Monday, July 09, 2007

Anyone attending ISMB 2007 in Vienna?

Anyone atttending the bioinformatics conference ISMB 2007 (held in Vienna, Austria this year)? I'll be there, along with several fellow alumni of the bioinformatics group from Waterloo -- John Tsang, Tomas Vinar, and Broňa Brejová. Perhaps we could organize a bloggers' dinner or something there if we get a critical mass.

4 comments:

Pedro Beltrão said...

I have to start attending these larger conferences if I am ever going to meet some of the blogger crowd. I tend to go to smaller events since it is usually easier to talk to everyone.

Jonathan Eisen said...

My brother is attending, but his blog kind of sucks. Apparently he does not have time to blog while he working to get tenure at Berkeley. But you should harass him into participating.

Jonathan Badger said...

Yeah, Michael's attending -- in fact he's giving a keynote!

suicyte said...

I (Kay from Suicyte notes) am in Vienna, and I have seen that Jason (from Fungal genomes) and Roland (from Notes from the biomass") are also here.

Michael's keynote was great, he suggested that bioinformaticians should stop working on microarray software, as in 2 years time nobody will be using microarrays anyway.