Useful Information (print this page as a memo!)
NETTAB Workshop Secretary,
National Cancer Research Institute,
Largo Rosanna Benzi 10,
I-16132 Genova, Italy
Email: info at nettab dot org
The workshop will be held from 10.00 AM, October 5 to 6.15 PM, October 7, 2005.
How to reach Naples
has many direct international connections
including Munchen, Paris CDG and Orly, Nice,
London Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow, Bruxelles, Zurich,
Berlin, Cologne, Hannover, Stuttgart, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Madrid.
It is also connected with many italian airports, including
Milan Malpensa and Linate, Rome, Venice, Bergamo, Genova and Turin.
Naples is only ca 2 hours from Rome by fast train.
How to move in Naples
The workshop will be held in Naples, in the town center,
and will be hosted by the Second University of Naples.
The preferred way to reach the workshop location is Naples
underground (Metropolitana). You can either take line 1
(exit Museo or exit Dante) or line 2 (exit Cavour).
See maps below for details.
The address is:
Sala Croce di Lucca,
Piazza L. Miraglia,
In the following maps, a circle shows the location of the workshop
(click on maps for details).
You can also download an MS Powerpoint file including the
Workflow management in bioinformatics: the possibilities and
Francis Ouellette, University of British Columbia, Canada
Web Services Choreography: Building Peer-to-Peer Relationships
Steve Ross-Talbot, Pi4 Technology,
Chair W3C Web Services Coordination Group and
co-chair W3C Web Services Choreography Working Group
Semantics in data integration processes
Guido Vetere, Research Director, Center of Advanced Studies, IBM, Italy
Survey and categorization of existing workflow management systems
and their main features / limitations
Elia Stupka, TIGEM, Italy
Application of automated bioinformatics procedures for the analysis
of biological data
Luciano Milanesi, Biomedical Technologies Institute,
National Research Council, Milan, Italy
Taverna Workbench (tutorial)
Tom Oinn, European Bioinformatics Institute - EBI, United Kingdom
Designing, setting up and accessing Web Services (tutorial)
Martin Senger, International Rice Research Institute - IRRI, Philippines
Using Pegasys to create custom workflows for sequence analysis and
genome annotation (tutorial)
Sohrab Shah, University of British Columbia, Canada
It's too late, sorry!
After August 26, 2005:
- Students: 70,00 Euro
- Academic: 180,00 Euro (reduced fee: 162,00 Euro)
- Non-academic: 370,00 Euro (reduced fee: 333,00 Euro)
The 10% reduction is applied on fees for members of
Society for Computational Biology),
(Bioinformatics Italian Society)
and other selected scientific societies that will be announced.
The same discount applies to partners of the
HRBC Genomics Network, the
Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Technologies
in Bioinformatics (LITBIO) and the
Oncology over Internet
Information is available on-line for becoming ISCB
Relative fees are also available on-line.
Hotels in Naples
Hotels cannot be booked through the Secretariat of the Workshop.
A list of recommended hotels which can be booked at an agreed
reduced price is available here.
NB! Please note that these prices are very special prices for
participants in our workshop only.
When booking, please refer always to the price agreed
for the NETTAB 2005 workshop.
For a partial list of further hotels in Naples:
Useful and interesting external links
Naples is a very old town, certainly worth a visit. Here, a list of links
to web sites describing Naples and its surrounding region will be available.
See the following links:
Workshops' Home Page
2005 Home Page
Call for Papers
Type of contributions
Subscribe mailing list
Register to the Workshop
How to reach
Institutes & Societies