2nd Workshop on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Core Data Resources

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The two day workshop will bring together experimentalists, computational biologists and database developers from the Intrinsically Disordered Protein (IDP) field. The workshop will focus on the methods available to characterize IDPs, their advantages and disadvantages and their representation in the literature and community resources. A key goal of the workshop is to create a roadmap for the definition of guidelines and standards to improve the reproducibility, interpretation, and dissemination of experimental IDP data. A summary of the progress towards these common guidelines and standards for IDPs will be produced and the results will be distributed to the IDP community for further feedback. This roadmap will become the remit of the newly formed Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO) Proteomics Standards Initiative (PSI) Intrinsic Disorder workgroup.

Preliminary list of speakers

Rebecca Beveridge – IMP, Vienna
Norman Davey – Institute of Cancer Research, London
Zsuzsanna Dosztanyi – Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Rachel Drysdale – ELIXIR Hub, Cambridge
Stephan Feller – University of Halle
Isabella C. Felli – University of Florence
Marc Gouw – EMBL Heidelberg
Kyouhoon Han – KRIBB
Klara Hlouchova – Charles University, Prague
Cy Jeffries – EMBL Hamburg
Bálint Mészáros – Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Elena Papaleo – Danish Cancer Society Research Center, Copenhagen
Vasilis Promponas – University of Cyprus, Nicosia
Dana Reichman – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Pedro Romero – University of Wisconsin
Piau Siong Tan – EMBL Heidelberg
Agnes Tantos – Institute of Enzymology, Budapest
Francois X Theillet – Institut de Biologie Intégrative de la Cellule, Paris
Silvio Tosatto – University of Padova
Jiri Vondrasek – Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
Lukas Zidek – NCBR, Brno


13 March, Wednesday

Program will be available in venue in print.

14 March, Wednesday

Program will be available in venue in print.


Registration has been closed.


Travel costs to the event and accommodation will be at your own expense.


Please make your own travel arrangements to the venue.

Vila Lanna
V sadech 1
160 00 Prague 6
Czech republic

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Transport from Prague airport: Please note that there are two arrival halls at the airport (for Non-Schengen countries – Terminal 1; for Schengen countries – Terminal 2).

Public transportation bus No. 119 connects the airport with the Metro station Nádraží Veleslavín (17 min, operates 04 – 24 h. daily). Time interval is about 10 min. The bus stations are close to arrival terminals exits. Price for the bus ticket is 32 CZK in the ticket machines located directly at the bust stops. Tickets can also be purchased at the Public Transport counters in Arrival Halls of Terminals 1 & 2 (from 7 am to 10 pm).

The cheapest way to get to Vila Lanna is by bus No. 119 mentioned above. The bus terminates directly at the Metro station Nádraží Veleslavín, Line A. From there you can take the underground to Metro station Hradčanská (3 stops) and then walk to Vila Lanna (see the map). There is no public transport directly to Vila Lanna.


Vila Lanna provides accommodation facilities at the venue only for speakers.
For other participants we recommend the following facilities:

Penzion Marna

Art hotel Praha

Hotel Schwaiger

Hostel Dakura

Hotel International

Hotel u Kočků

Useful links

Prague Information Service

Organisers & Coorganisers

Jiří Vondrášek
ELIXIR CZ at IOCB AS CR, Czech Republic

Silvio Tosatto
University of Padova, Italy

Norman Davey
Institute of Cancer Research, London

Zsuzsanna Dosztanyi
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

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