In this webinar hosted by GenomeWeb, experts from TileDB and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative will walk through SOMA, a unified open-source API specification for single-cell data access and why cloud-native and cross-language access via TileDB-SOMA is critical to the single-cell community.
The TileDB life sciences team will be in Basel, Switzerland, for BioTechX. Stop by stand #700 or check out our talks on Oct. 4 at 12:45pm CEST on single-cell data management and again on Oct. 4 at 5:05pm on applying a multi-modal database to solve multi-omics data challenges.
BitsnBio Mingle Cambridge
Nextflow Summit Boston
A fireside chat explaining how a multimodal database that uses arrays, bridges complex data, analytics, LLMs and data products in a single solution.
In case you missed the TileDB booth or lunch talk, access this recording from Bio-IT World. TileDB partner Dr. Stephen Kingsmore of Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine presents a preview of the program BeginNGS™ (fka BabySave). He covers how his team addressed VCF data management challenges using TileDB and shares performance benchmarks. TileDB Founder & CEO Stavros Papadopoulos concludes with an overview of TileDB and its value in population genomics.
Join us to see how a universal database is powering efficient data access to high-quality SAR imagery and LiDAR data for geospatial analysts worldwide.
Join us to see how a universal database based on multi-dimensional arrays is disrupting the distribution and analysis of AIS data at massive scale.
Access this recorded webinar on the internal mechanics of TileDB Embedded, TileDB’s array storage engine. Discover the key principles behind the open-spec data format and open-source C++ library, and see how it serves as the foundation for TileDB Cloud, the universal database.
Access this recorded webinar, where Stavros, the original creator of TileDB will unveil a bold vision for the data management industry: a universal database for any data, at any scale.
Access this recorded workshop on how a universal data management system based on multi-dimensional arrays can be a game-changer for managing, analyzing and sharing massive LiDAR data.
DESEI | September 12-15, 2023
TileDB's geospatial data scientist, Margriet Groenendijk, attended DSEI 2023 in London. Follow up with @MargrietGr on X / Twitter if you'd still like to connect and talk about TileDB in the defense and geospatial science industry.
SatCamp | September 12-14, 2023
TileDB went outdoors at SatCamp in Boulder, Colorado. Our geospatial Solution Architect, Nick Kules, and Principal Software Engineer, Matthew Perry, hiked, explored, and connected with the community.
The TileDB Multi-omics Dinner | September 6, 2023
TileDB hosted a special evening of drinks and dinner in Santa Clara. Our genomics solution architect, Chad Krilow, and Vice President of Sales, Mark Rubin, were on hand to introduce and share TileDB’s recent innovations and successes in single-cell analysis, biomedical imaging and population genomics.
The TileDB Multi-omics Mingle | May 17, 2023
TileDB organized an exclusive evening of drinks, a signature blue cocktail and fine food. Our CEO, Stavros Papadopoulos and our genomics team was on hand, along with many of your peers in computational biology and bioinformatics to share their amazing innovations in single-cell analysis, biomedical imaging and population genomics.
Frontiers in Pediatric Genomic Medicine 2023
TileDB had the honor to sponsor the Frontiers in Pediatric Genomic Medicine event hosted by the Rady Children's Institute Genomic Medicine. In this hybrid event, our experts explained how TileDB helps scaling genomics data analysis for newborn sequencing.
BioTechX 2022 | Conference presentation & booth
We participated in BioTechX, one of the biggest pharmaceutical development and healthcare events, in Basel, Switzerland. Hundreds of participants visited our booth to learn how TileDB tackles data challenges in population genomics, single-cell analysis and biomedical imaging. Also Stavros Papadopoulos, TileDB's founder and CEO, at his conference presentation explained how TileDB enables high-performance, scalable compute for all modalities of omics data, while maintaining FAIR data principles.
International Conference on Newborn Sequencing (ICoNS)
Stavros Papadopoulos, TileDB's founder and CEO, talked about the data management challenges that were overcome in BeginNGS, an innovative newborn screening and treatment system led by Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine. Specifically, he covered how TileDB is able to manage and analyze massive quantities of variant data in the cloud, and fuse them with other phenotypic data and variant annotations.
Norman Barker, VP Geospatial at TileDB, participated on an informative panel. He explored SAR analytics with TileDB arrays that have been made publicly available from Capella Space as part of the AWS Open Data program, to unlock new experimentation opportunities for earth observation scientists. He also discussed how to create a multi-dimensional stack of SAR data and shared how easy it is to query, process and visualize that data without any infrastructure overhead.