Genome biology is generating datasets of unprecedented size and complexity in health, livestock and agricultural sciences. The effective analysis of this data presents a significant challenge in realising the potential “big-data” offers to science and industry, which has been difficult to achieve with traditional approaches. This workshop will address advances in the application of a broad array of “artificial intelligence” methods to effectively integrate large-scale ‘omic’, environmental and trait/diagnostic data to predict phenotypic performance.

Symposium dates: 9th to 11th of April 2019
Location: The Sebel Hotel, Kiama NSW
Registration fee, includes welcome event, lunch, morning and afternoon tea each day, beverages and the symposium dinner.

For more information see the symposium web page:


  • $300


Event date: 09Apr 2019

Tuesday 9 - Thursday 11 Apr 2019

The Sebel Hotel

Kiama NSW Australia

More information

For more information see the symposium web page: