2020 Agricultural Genomics International training
Welcome to our survey for the international workshop on Agricultural Genomics. After successfully running it for 2 years in Bangkok, our workshop will now rotate across Asia Pacific.
Vietnam (Ho Chi Mihn City) has volunteered to organise the next one and we are now collecting information on potential topics. If enough residents from other pacific countries apply here, we might duplicate it to your country so please do fill out this form even if you can't make it to Vietnam.
We are currently trying to identify the topics that people would like to focus on, along with other key information such as dates.
This form is anonymous but you can opt to provide an email address at the end. We expect this form will take 5-10 minutes for you to complete.
The organising committee
Are you in Academia, Government, Industry, or elsewhere?
In which country do you live?
I know R or BASH exists but don't use it
I can write new software or R packages
Optional: Do you identify as female?
Optional: Do you identify as an unprivileged minority in your country of residence?
Your PhD level
Do not have and are not studying for PhD
Studying for a PhD
Have a PhD. My degree date is 2017 or later
Have a PhD. My degree date is 2010-2016 inclusive
Have a PhD. My degree date is 2005-2009 inclusive
Have a PhD. My degree date is before 2005
Which month(s) would be able to attend in 2020?
I cannot attend in 2020 but happy to circulate to my colleagues
Please suggest which topics you'd prefer to see covered
Ontologies and Controlled Vocabularies
Horizontal Gene Transfer (bacterial to host)
Whole genome sequencing of non-model eukaryotes (genome assembly)
Whole genome sequencing of multiple bacteria (shotgun metagenomics)
R/Bioconductor for Genomics (for those who can already code)
Eukaryotic amplicon biodiversity
Eukaryotic non-model gene functional annotation
Advanced Python for Genomics (for those who can already code)
Horizontal Gene Transfer (bacterial to bacteria)
Eukaryotic gene expression
Eukaryotic molecular systematics
Genomic synteny analysis
Eukaryotic non-model gene structural annotation
Prokaryotic amplicon biodiversity
Phylogenomics (gene tree families from 1 or more genomes)
Any topics not covered above?
If you had to pick only ONE topic of the above (including any answer to 'not covered above'), which one would it be?
How long would you be willing to attend?
1 work day
7 work days
Do you think it is important to include a day for selected participants to present their own research (selected via abstract submissions)?
Yes, it would be very useful for networking and finding jobs
Not important for me
What registration fees (including breaks & lunch) would you be willing to cover?
Registration fees would cover the venue costs, your breaks/lunch, and flights/accommodation for lecturers. It would NOT be used to cover a honorarium to lecturers nor organising committee. It would not include your dinner or accommodation. A higher budget means makes it more likely to have the workshop for more days or host multiple international experts, making your attendance more valuable.
If you are local to Vietnam, would you be available to help with organising / contacting sponsors?
We are not making a profit from this workshop but we do want to organise a successful one. One way to reduce participation costs is to write grants or work with sponsors. Would you be willing to lead a sponsorship activity in your country (note we already have Illumina Inc on board!)?
I'm not local
If able to attend Vietnam 2020, would you be funding at least 50% of the costs from your grant/institution/employer?
I do not know
I cannot attend Vietnam in 2020
Optional: Would you be interested in submitting an Expression of Interest for developing or delivering teaching for this workshop?
Optional: If you cannot attend Vietnam 2020, would you be interested in helping organising an event at your local city at another time?
Optional: If you provide your email, we will keep you informed of when the event is open for registration.
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