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Software Demonstration Schedule
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Sunday, 1 August 2004
Time Industry and Non-profit/student Demo's – Alsh 1 Non-profit/student Demo’s – Alsh 2
09:30-10:30   Blueprint
SeqHound: A Bioinformatics Application Programming Platform
10:30-11:30 Bioinformatics Institute
WILDFIRE: Distributed, Grid-enabled Workflow Enactment Engine
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
PDA: A Pipeline to Explore and Estimate Polymorphism in Large DNA Databases
11:30-12:30 European Bioinformatics Institute and The Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics
MSD/RCSB PDB Access Tools and Databases
Japan Biological Information Research Center, AIST
H-Invitational Database - A New Human Gene Annotation Database
12:30-13:30 European Bioinformatics Institute and The Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics
MSD/RCSB PDB Access Tools and Databases
Bilkent University
PATIKA - Pathway Analysis Tool for Integration and Knowledge Acquisition
13:30-14:30 European Bioinformatics Institute
EMBOSS
Cornell University
BIOZON: A System for Unification, Management and Analysis of Heterogeneous Biological Data
14:30-15:30 IBM
Graph Data Management for Bioinformatics
Nanyang Technological University
MolStudio - A low end system for VR-enhanced protein visualization
15:30-16:30 IBM
Graph Data Management for Bioinformatics
Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems
Exploring Metabolic Networks Using the FluxAnalyzer
16:30-17:30 European Bioinformatics Institute
Jemboss - the Graphical User Interface to EMBOSS
European Bioinformatics Institute
IntAct - an Open Source Molecular Interaction Database
19:30-20:30 Accelrys
From Genes to Protein Structures Prediction: "A Genome Analysis"
The Hebrew Univeristy
SPRINT – the Side-chain Prediction Inference Toolbox
Monday, 2 August 2004
Time Industry and Non-profit/student Demo's – Alsh 1 Non-profit/student Demo’s – Alsh 2
09:30-10:30 Kyushu Institute of Technology
CADLIVE: A Direct Link of Biochecmial Netoworks to Dynamic Simulations
EMBL
Protein Disorder Prediction
10:30-11:30 The MathWorks, Inc.
MATLAB for Bioinformatics
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Reactome - A Knowledgebase of Biological Processes
11:30-12:30 The MathWorks, Inc.
MATLAB for Bioinformatics
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Reactome - A Knowledgebase of Biological Processes
12:30-13:30 Weizmann Institute of Science
The LAMA and CYRCA Protein Profile-to-Profile Alignment and Multiple Profile Alignment Methods
European Bioinformatics Institute
An Introduction to a Number of Web Based Services from the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)
13:30-14:30 Synamatix
Advantages of a Novel Structured Network Database in Prediction of Biologically Significant Patterns in High-throughput Genomics and Proteomics
Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb
INCA: Synonymous Codon Usage Analysis Software
14:30-15:30 Synamatix
Advantages of a Novel Structured Network Database in Prediction of Biologically Significant Patterns in High-throughput Genomics and Proteomics
University of California at Berkeley
MUSCLE: Faster and More Accurate Multiple Sequence Alignment
15:30-16:30 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Managing Knowledge, Throughput, Visualization, Grids & Data Centers
University of Leeds
Databases and Software Available at Leeds University
16:30-17:30 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Managing Knowledge, Throughput, Visualization, Grids & Data Centers
University of Leeds
Databases and Software Available at Leeds University
Tuesday, 3 August 2004
Time Industry Demo’s – Alsh 1 Non-profit/student Demo’s – Alsh 2
09:30-10:30 Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Metaclinic Database System
Baylor College of Medicine
Analysis of Intermediate Resolution Structures
10:30-11:30 Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Metaclinic Database System
UniProt
UniProt (Universal Protein Resource): A Comprehensive Catalog of Information on Proteins
11:30-12:30 Apple Computer
Xgrid and Mac OS X: A Platform for Distributed Scientific Computing
UniProt
UniProt (Universal Protein Resource): A Comprehensive Catalog of Information on Proteins
12:30-13:30 Apple Computer
Blending Power with Simplicity in Life Science Clustering: iNquiry and the Apple Workgroup Cluster
CNRG Genoscope
YIB: A Tool for Biological Network Motif Analysis
13:30-14:30 Scottish Enterprise
The Scottish Bioinformatics Forum - Demonstrating Bioinformatics Excellence in Scotland
University of Georgia
MAGIC Database: A Tool for Gene Discovery and Expression
14:30-15:30 Scottish Enterprise
The Scottish Bioinformatics Forum - Demonstrating Bioinformatics Excellence in Scotland
 
15:30-16:30 SciTegic
Private Demo by invitation
European Bioinformatics Institute
The HUPO PSI Object Model and the mzData format
16:30-17:30 SciTegic
A Graphical Pipelining Environment for the Integration of Bioinformatics Data and Tools: Pipeline Pilot™
Rat Genome Database
Rat Genome Database
Wednesday, 4 August 2004
Time Industry Demo’s – Alsh 1 Non-profit/student Demo’s – Alsh 2
09:30-10:30 Université Libre de Bruxelles-SCMBB
A Snow/aMAZE Demo
European Bioinformatics Institute
Taverna - a Bioinformatics Workflow Tool
10:30-11:30 Gene Ontology Consortium
The DAG-Edit Ontology Development System

European Bioinformatics Institute
BioMart: A Family of Tools to Facilitate Rapid Querys Against Large Volumes of Biological Data

11:30-12:30 Center for Applied Computer Science, University of Cologne and Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin
GQL - A comprehensive tool for gene expression time course analysis
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh University
XSPAN - A Cross-Species Anatomy Network
12:30-13:30 NESC
Bridges Project
San Diego Supercomputer Center
The Encyclopedia of Life
13:30-14:30 Fraunhofer FIT
Biozoom
European Bioinformatics Institute
ArrayExpress, MIAMExpress, Expression Profiler Tools for Microarray Annotation, Storage and Analysis