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SeqAn UM 2018

2018-08-18T10:40:34+00:00

[18.08.2018: Registration is now open!] Dear SeqAn followers and bioinformatics enthusiasts, We are delighted to announce this year’s SeqAn User Meeting 2018 from 19th to 21st of September in Berlin. For the second time we will host it as a common User Meeting of the de.NBI Center for Integrative Bioinformatics (CIBI) and cordially invite researchers in the [...]

SeqAn UM 2018 2018-08-18T10:40:34+00:00

SeqAn 3 @GCB 2018

2018-07-31T21:52:42+00:00

We are happy to announce our tutorial, SeqAn3 – a modern C++ library for efficient sequence analysis, in a full day tutorial at the GCB 2018 in Vienna. This is a beginner tutorial and focuses on tool programming using modern C++ and the SeqAn 3 library. SeqAn 3 is a major redesign of our sequence analysis [...]

SeqAn 3 @GCB 2018 2018-07-31T21:52:42+00:00

SeqAn @ECCB 2018

2018-07-31T21:53:57+00:00

We are happy to announce our tutorial, From an application to a fully integrated workflow – Comprehensive software engineering with SeqAn, in a full day tutorial at the ECCB 2018 in Athen. This is a beginner tutorial and focuses on basic tool programming using C++ and the SeqAn library. In addition participants will learn how SeqAn [...]

SeqAn @ECCB 2018 2018-07-31T21:53:57+00:00

SeqAn 2.4 released

2018-02-02T17:11:40+00:00

We are pleased to announce the release of version 2.4 of the SeqAn library and updated versions of the official SeqAn-based applications. The alignment module has received significant updates and a parallised interface. Beyond simple multi-threading the alignment module can utilise the vector extensions of modern CPUs (SSE4, AVX2, AVX512) resulting in very impressive speed-ups, [...]

SeqAn 2.4 released 2018-02-02T17:11:40+00:00

SeqAn User Meeting 2017

2018-04-03T16:22:16+00:00

[01.08.2017] Registration now open until 15th of August!!! Joint CIBI user meeting featuring: SeqAn:  C++ library of efficient algorithms and data structures for the analysis of biological sequence data. and OpenMS + MetFrag: High-­performance software for high-­throughput proteomics and metabolomics Dear friends and colleagues, we are happy to announce the 10th CIBI User Meeting on 25. September (09:00) until [...]

SeqAn User Meeting 2017 2018-04-03T16:22:16+00:00

SEQAN 2.3 RELEASED

2016-12-16T14:29:35+00:00

We are pleased to announce the release of version 2.3 of the SeqAn library and updated versions of the official SeqAn-based applications. Major advancements have been accomplished in the area of Input and Output, e.g. we now support I/O of RNA structure files like Vienna or Stockholm and we included handling of new fields in Blast [...]

SEQAN 2.3 RELEASED 2016-12-16T14:29:35+00:00

SEQAN 2.2 RELEASED

2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

We are pleased to announce the release of version 2.2 of the SeqAn library and updated versions of the official SeqAn-based applications. New features include the preliminary addition of a bi-directional FM-Index and a new interface for performing multiple sequence alignments at the same time. The latter uses SIMD features of modern processors to perform [...]

SEQAN 2.2 RELEASED 2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

SeqAn 2.1.0 released

2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

We are very pleased to announce the immediate availability of SeqAn-2.1.0! The new version contains a new module for BLAST e-value statistics and I/O, as well as support for Journaled String Trees. C++11 features have been introduced in many places and countless smaller issues have been fixed. The entire codebase has undergone cleanup and especially [...]

SeqAn 2.1.0 released 2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

SeqAn UGM 2016

2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

Update [15.04.2016]: Here you can download the power point slides from the meeting. We are happy to announce the 2016 SeqAn user meeting supported by the CIBI (Center for integrative Bioinformatics), a member of  of the de.NBI. The meeting will take place at FU Berlin from March 30th to April 1st 2016. The SeqAn user meeting addresses bioinformatics students [...]

SeqAn UGM 2016 2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

New IPCC

2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00

The Intel® PCC program supports universities, institutions, and labs identified as leaders in their fields. It focuses on modernizing applications or software libraries to increase performance on modern microprocessors and coprocessors using parallel computing. Parallel computing involves the simultaneous operation of multiple processors running elements of a computer program at the same time and is [...]

New IPCC 2018-02-07T14:23:33+00:00