SCOG will organize regular workshops and hackathons to promote the collaboration between single cell researchers. These events will focus on developing algorithms to analyse single cell data, applying and  developing existing analysis pipelines, as well as sharing and developing new experimental methods and computational models. The workshops will be hosted by partners of the management team.

Upcoming events

SCOG Meeting + Hackathon: ‘Computational single cell genomics’, 26-28 March 2019 in Munich

The SCOG network is organizing a international workshop on computational single cell genomics (26/27th of March, 1.5 days) followed by a Hackathon (27th and 28th of March) in Munich (downtown); Registration and program will be published soon on

Berlin & London Joint School: ‘Epigenetics in single cells', 3-10 April 2019

SCOG partners from the Max Delbrück Center are organizing a school hosted by the MDC Berlin from 3-6 April 2019 and by the MRC LMS from 8-10 April 2019. The course is limited to 20 participants who will be selected by the scientific committee.

Application deadline: 15 February 2019

Program and application submission are available here

Past events

SCOG meeting: ‘Advances in single cell epigenomics’, 22-23 November 2018

Two-day workshop to foster interactions between SCOG groups and to promote the exchange of information on developments and challenges in the field of single cell epigenomics, including conceptual questions, experimental approaches and bioinformatics pipelines. The focus will be on the following technologies and datasets: sc-DNA methylation, sc-NOMe, sc-HiC, sc-ChIP and integrated interpretation of sc-epigenome data with sc-RNA data.

Location: Linslerhof, Überherrn (Saarbrücken area)

SCOG Hackathon, 09 October 2018

Hackathon for basic single cell analysis. PhD students and Postdocs are welcome to bring up their own software issues and projects to be discussed.

Location: The meeting will take place at the Helmholtz Zentrum München, Campus Neuherberg