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  1. GenoCloud : launch a virtual machine and access it with ssh

    13 Mar 2014 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Cyril Monjeaud

    First step with GenoCloud using openNebula interface. In this video, you can see how easy starting a new simple virtual machine and how access to it with a ssh connection.

  2. e-Science in France, a Life science Western story

    23 Jun 2014 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Yvan Le Bras, Aurélien ROULT, Cyril Monjeaud, Mathieu Bahin, Olivier Quenez, Claudia Heriveau, olivier sallou, Anthony Bretaudeau, Olivier Collin

    Research processes are evolving at a rapid pace. This evolution, mainly due to technological advances, offers powerful equipment and generalizes the digital aspect of the research data. If facing the actual data deluge context represents a challenge, it also offers an opportunity to change and …

  3. Integrating Galaxy workflows in a metadata management environment

    25 Jun 2014 | Seminars | Contributor(s): francois moreews, Yvan Le Bras, Olivier Dameron, Cyril Monjeaud, Olivier Collin

    The Galaxy platform offers repositories of user data and related analysis processes (data histories and workflows). These repertories enable traceability and reproducibility of the processes within the platform. At a larger scale, to answer questions like "What protocol was used to analyze my …

  4. Conférence Gen2BIO 2014 : The evolution of e-Ecology

    22 Jan 2015 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Willem Bouten

    Original website is reachable here Le concept de e-Science a également été traité sous un angle original par le professeur Willem Bouten (Université d’Amsterdam) dans sa conférence « e-Ecology ». Il a notamment développé des outils scientifiques collaboratifs et participatifs pour …

  5. TED from Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world

    25 Feb 2015 | Seminars | Contributor(s): Jane McGonigal

    The original resource can be found here. Games like World of Warcraft give players the means to save worlds, and incentive to learn the habits of heroes. What if we could harness this gamer power to solve real-world problems? Jane McGonigal says we can, and explains how.