• Matteo Fumagalli (UC Berkeley)
  • Anders Goncalves da Silva (Monash)
  • Rose Andrew (UNE)
  • Justin Borevitz (ANU)
  • Kevin Leempoel (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)


The workshop

Venues: ANU Commons Function Centre (Tues, Wed & Fri) and University House (Thurs).

Daily sessions will run from 8.30am-5.30pm:

  • 8:30am: Theoretical lecture
  • 10:30am: Morning tea break
  • 11:00am: Practical session 1
  • 12:30pm: Lunch break
  • 2:00pm: Practical session 2
  • 3:30pm: Afternoon tea break
  • 4:00pm: Practical session 3

* on the first day (Tues) try to be there a bit earlier (by 8:15am at the latest) so we can register everyone and hand out documentation and campus maps.

You will need to bring your own laptop with the required software to the workshop. 

Before the workshop commences we will contact you with the software downloads you will need to install prior to the workshop. We have put all the relevant information in a GoogleDrive folder. You can also find this information in the daily Program:

  1. Tues 25 March From raw NGS data to SNPs (ANU Commons)
  2. Wed 26 March Population structure and inference of demography (ANU Commons)
  3. Thurs 27 March Selection scans and admixture analysis (University House)
  4. Fri 28 March Landscape Genomics (ANU Commons)

There will be WIFI in the workshop rooms.  ANU staff/students can use their own Uni ID number to log in or we can provide a guest log in on the ANU network. But it is highly recommended that you come to the workshop with all the required downloads on your computer.

A light morning tea and afternoon tea will be provided each day, but you will need to bring your own lunch or you can purchase it at various nearby cafes, etc. on the ANU campus.

For more information, please contact the workshop coordinator Rosa Agudo or CBA coordinator Claire Stephens.


Updated:  15 August 2020/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  Coordinator