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List of Web Service Hackathon attendees

Confirmed

  • Web service providers
    • DDBJ
      • Hideaki Sugawara ( DDBJ, Japan;  DDBJ XML)
      • Yasumasa Shigemoto (DDBJ, Japan; DDBJ XML)
    • KEGG
      • Shuichi Kawashima (Univ of Tokyo, Japan; KEGG API)
      • Satoshi Miyazaki (Japan; KEGG)
    • PDBj
      • Akira Kinjo (Osaka Univ, Japan; PDBj)
    • CBRC
      • Tatsuya Nishizawa (IMS/DBCLS/CBRC, Japan; PDBj)
      • Hiroyuki Sato (IMS/DBCLS/CBRC, Japan)
      • Oto Maekawa (IMS/DBCLS/CBRC, Japan)
    • EBI
      • Richard Cote (EBI, UK; PICR and OLS web services)
      • Florian Reisinger (EBI, UK; ENVISION/ECORE, WS-I compliant services for Ensembl, UniProt-DAS, ArrayExpress, PRIDE , IntAct, and Reactome)
      • Arnaud Kerhornou (EBI, UK; ex-INB, IMIM)
    • Other web service providers and standard exchange format developers
      • Alberto Labarga (Integromics, Spain; ex-EBI)
      • Matthew Pocock (Newcastle, UK; Taverna, BioJava)
      • Osvaldo Trelles (INB, Spain; MOWServ)
      • Sophia Ananiadou (Manchester, UK; Text mining)
      • Jan Christian Bryne (Computational Biology Unit, Bergen; EMBRACE)
      • Evangelos Pafilis (European Molecular Biology Laboratory; SRS web services)
      • Bruno Aranda (EBI, UK;  IntAct)
      • Lukasz Salwinski (US;  DIP)
      • Michael Kuhn (Germany; STRING)
      • Rene Ranzinger (Germany; Glycoinformatics)
      • Kiyoko Kinoshita (Soka Univ, Japan; Glycoinformatics)
      • Ken Fukuda (CBRC, Japan; BioPAX, INOH)
  • Open Bio* developers
    • BioRuby
      • Mitsuteru Nakao (Kazusa DNA Res, Japan; BioRuby)
      • Naohisa Goto (Osaka Univ, Japan; BioRuby)
      • Jan Aerts ( BBSRC, UK; BioRuby)
      • Pjotr Prins (BioRuby)
      • Alex Gutteridge (BioRuby)
      • Christian Zmasek (BioRuby)
      • Raoul Jean Pierre Bonnal (BioRuby, BioSQL)
    • BioJava
      • Mark Schreiber (BioJava)
      • Richard Holland (BioJava, BioMart)
    • BioPerl
      • Heikki Lehvaslaiho (BioPerl)
      • Hilmar Lapp (BioPerl)
      • Rutger Vos (BioPerl)
  • Workflow client developers
    • Tom Oinn (EBI, UK; Taverna/myGrid)
    • Stuart Owen (EBI, UK; Taverna)
    • Kazuharu Arakawa (Keio Univ, Japan; E-Cell, G-language)
    • Hiroyuki Nakamura (Keio Univ, Japan; eXpanda)
    • Keiichiro Ohno (UCSD, US; Cytoscape)
    • Akira Funahashi (Keio Univ, Japan; SBML)
  • BioMOBY project
    • Mark Wilkinson ( Univ of British Columbia, Canada; BioMOBY)
    • Martin Senger (BioPerl, BioMOBY - CGIAR Generation Challenge Project)
    • Andreas Groscurth (the lead BioMOBY developer at the Max Planck Institute in Germany for the European Tomato Project)
    • Paul Gordon (the lead BioMOBY developer in the SUN Centre of Excellence for the Genome Canada Bioinformatics Platform)
    • Masaru Takeya (AFFRC, Japan; BioMOBY)
    • Lord Hendrix Barboza (IRRI; BioMOBY)
    • Richard Bruskiewich (IRRI; BioMOBY)

To be confirmed

  • Open Bio* developers
    • BioPerl
      • Lincoln Stein (BioPerl, BioMOBY, BioDAS)
      • Jason Stajich (BioPerl)
      • Aaron J Mackey (BioPerl)
      • Ewan Birney (BioPerl, Ensembl)
      • Chiris Dagdigian (O|B|F)
    • BioPython
      • Andrew Dalke (BioPython)
      • Michael de Hoon (BioPython)
    • BioRuby
      • Andreas Biegert (Max-Planck-Institute; MPI toolkit)
    • BioJava
      • Andreas Prlic
      • Andy Yates
  • Workflow client development
    • June Finch (Taverna)
  • BioMOBY project
    • Edward Kawas (the lead BioMOBY developer in Mark's lab)
    • Romina Royo (one of the lead BioMOBY developers for the Genome Espania Bioinformatics Platform)
    • Pieter Neerincx (the lead BioMOBY developer in the Netherlands)
    • Takeshi Itoh (AFFRC, Japan)
    • Akane Takezaki (AFFRC, Japan)

and more...

If you could recommend any appropriate persons from the following groups, please let me know:

  • NCBI web service developers
  • BioPython developers