The Vienna Graduate School of Population Genetics is now accepting applications for the course “Experimental evolution: bringing theory and practice together” at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, December 5-9, 2022.
The course is targeted toward researchers interested in experimental evolution combined with NGS. It will cover the design of experimental evolution studies as well as the analysis of Pool-Seq time series data. Morning lectures by internationally renowned faculty will be followed by computer practicals on the analysis of experimental evolution data in the afternoon.
Ron Bassar (Auburn University, US)
Megan Behringer (Vanderbilt University, US)
Christian Schlötterer (Vetmeduni Vienna, AT)
Paul Schmidt (University of Pennsylvania, US)
Henrique Teotónio (IBENS, FR)
The course is free but will be number-restricted for the practical sessions (hands-on computer lab). Additional seats will be available for attending the lectures, only.
Students and researchers are invited to apply by submitting a single .pdf file containing 1) a short CV, 2) a motivation letter and a statement of computer skills to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 30, 2022.
Confidence in working with Unix command line, as well as R, is strongly recommended for the practicals. If people are interested to attend the lectures only, they can sign up by completing this form: https://forms.gle/RTh9bkwcnqFZovFUA, as space is limited!
Participants are expected to arrange their own accommodation. Further information and updates available at: https://www.popgen-vienna.at/training/experimental-evolution-course/