The course was postponed to 2021. This page stays only for your information.
Applications are now closed.
All applications received after February 8, 2020 will be put on a waiting list with no guaranteed acceptance.
May 11 - 29, Athens, GA
From 9:00am to 5:00pm
Department of Animal and Dairy Science
425 River Road, Athens GA 30602
Introduction to programming in Fortran 95/2003
Monday - Wednesday:
Thursday - Friday:
Friday. Single-step without limits and practical issues
Ignacy Misztal, Daniela Lourenco, Shogo Tsuruta, and Yutaka Masuda (UGA)
Andres Legarra and Zulma Vitezica (France)
Ignacio Aguilar (Uruguay)
The course can be attended in full or partially. The attendance in Weeks 1-2 is limited to 25 and in Week 3 is limited to 35. Those attending for 2-3 weeks will have priority.
Those familiar with basics of Fortran 95 can skip Week 1. Those familiar with the BLUPF90 software can skip Week 2.
Thursday-Friday of Week 2 and Week 3 will involve very limited programming and can thus be attended by those interested in application programs and genomic applications.
Participants are expected to be familiar with mixed model equations and quantitative genetics.
Familiarity with Linux / Unix environments a plus.
Knowledge of programming in any programming language is a strong plus.
The fees will be the same regardless of the number of weeks attended
March 2, February 8, 2020, Applications closed: we will put the new applications (after February 8, 2020) to a waiting list with no guaranteed acceptance.
Download the Application Form
To speed up the process, email your application form to Susan Bradley email@example.com
Payment information will be emailed to you as soon as your application is processed
The closest airport to Athens is in Atlanta. For transportation to and from the Atlanta airport, see: https://groometransportation.com/athens/
Housing at the university dorms will be available. The registration will be open in April: https://housing.uga.edu/site/register_summer
On-campus hotel (Georgia Center) is also an option: https://www.hotel.uga.edu/
An extended stay hotel provides accommodation at ~ $250/week (DO NOT book before reading reviews): https://www.intownsuites.com/extended-stay-locations/georgia/metro-athens/
Other housing options can be booked through regular booking websites and Airbnb.