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IEEE MSC 1953 (9 th October 2006)
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Meeting were held monthly by teleconference call. The were as face to face meeting at the newly formed Flow Informatics and Computational Cytometry Society [FICCS] in Seattle September 20 and 21st. At thismeeting there appeared to be widespread support for the standards under development.
Ryan Brinkman (British Columbia Cancer Agency)
Perry Haaland (Becton Dickenson)
Robert Gentleman (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center)
Michael Ochs (Fox Chase Cancer Center)
Adam Triester (FlowJo Inc.)
Additional voting members will be identified through FICCS.
Previously a possible issue of extended scope on behalf of theInternational Society for Analytical Cytometry [ISAC] was reported. We have now provided additional components of our standards as requested, and our complete set of proposed standards have been submitted to ISAC'sinternal data standards committee for review and comments prior to IEEEballoting
Next telephone conference call is scheduled for October 19
predicted date for first ballot
3rd PAR being developed for short sequence reads from next generation sequencers
Working group formed
Members from Sanger, EBI, WashU, JGI, BostonU, Broad, GSC, Solexa, 454, Helicos
In the process of recruiting a member from ABI
The decision to proceed under IEEE standards process is still outstanding.