TERENA Networking Conference 2000    
         
         
   

Session 5A

User Communities
Chair: Hans Döbbeling, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Germany

There are two different ways of looking at a network: on one hand the people providing the network service, on the other hand the people using the network for their daily work. For the latter group, the network is just one of many work tools, but often, the way they use the network is very different from how the people providing the service were imagining. In this session we see presentations by specific user communities and provide a chance for network developers and network users to converge and discuss the provision of better services for everyone.

5A1   The Canadian Bioinformatics Resource, CBR-RBC, a model
         for a distributed national bioinformatics facility

         Christoph W. Sensen, National Research Council of Canada, Institute
         for Marine Biosciences, Canada - Abstract - Paper PDF (208KB)
         - Slides (956KB)

5A2   Network Services for Biologists in the Genome Era: The
         Work of the European Bioinformatics Institute

         Rodrigo Lopez, The European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI),
         United Kingdom - Abstract - Slides (1.76MB)

5A3   An Activity for Agricultural Research and Educational
         Collaboration in Asia Pacific Region by Asia Pacific
         Advanced Network (APAN)

         Akira Mizushima, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery
         research network, MAFF, Japan - Abstract - Paper
         - Slides (2.23MB)

   
         
   

 

Return to Index