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[PVS] [CIBCB] Call for Papers: IEEE CIBCB 2010 - Montreal May 2-5,2010




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 ,'/ \`.                   IEEE CIBCB 2010                                 ,'/ \`.  
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 `.\ /,'       2010 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in        `.\ /,'  
   ,/'              Bioinformatics and Computational Biology                 ,/'       
 ,'/ \`.                2-5 May 2010, Montreal, Canada                     ,'/ \`.
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   `\.      IMPORTANT DATES:                                                 `\.
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(=(   )=)        Special Session Proposals Due:    31 Aug.  2009          (=(   )=) 
 `.\ /,'         Tutorial Proposals Due:           30 Sept. 2009          `.\ /,'
   `\.           Paper submission deadline:         1 Nov.  2009            `\.
 ,'/ \`.         Author notification:               7 Jan.  2010           ,'/ \`.
(=(   )=)        Camera-ready paper deadline:      15 Feb.  2010          (=(   )=) 
 `.\ /,'         Conference:                   May 2-5, 2010           `.\ /,'
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    SCOPE:
 
       This symposium will bring together top researchers, practitioners, and students 
       from around the world to discuss the latest advances in the field of Computational       
       Intelligence and its application to real  chemical informatics, bioengineering and 
       related fields.  

       Computational Intelligence (CI) approaches includes artificial neural networks, 
       fuzzy logic, evolutionary algorithms, hybrid approaches and other emerging techniques. 

       Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: 
         
         - high-throughput data analysis (microarrays, mass spectrometry, EST, etc.)
         - molecular docking and drug design
         - RNA and protein folding  and structure prediction
         - metabolic pathway analysis
         - analysis of large biological data sets 
         - Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) analysis
         - immuno- and chemo-informatics
         - molecular evolution and phylogenetics 
         - bio and medical ontologies
         - microRNA gene expression analysis
         - molecular sequence alignment and analysis
         - systems and synthetic biology
         - emergent properties in complex biological system
         - computational proteomics
         - motif and signal detection
         - medical image analysis and pattern recognition
         - in-silico optimization of biological systems

       The use of computational intelligence must play a substantial role in submitted papers. 
       Submissions will be peer reviewed by at least 3 reviewers and accepted papers will be 
       published in the conference proceedings and will be index in IEEE eXplore.

    SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:

       Prospective authors are invited to submit papers of no more than  eight (8) pages in 
       IEEE conference format, including results, figures and references. Submission details 
       can be found on the symposium web  site at:  www.cibcb.org/CIBCB2010. Authors are 
       expected to present their paper at the symposium. 

    CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSIONS and TUTORIALS:
      
       Consult the SSCI symposium web site for instructions on proposing a special session 
       or tutorial. Papers accepted for special sessions must also have a significant 
       computational intelligence focus.

    LOCATION: 

      The symposium will take place at the Hôtel Omni Mont-Royal located in beautiful 
      downtown Montreal - close to the University of Montreal and MacGill University

    ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

        General Chair           L. Gwenn Volkert
        Program Chair:          Dan Ashlock
        Technical Co-Chairs:    Francesco Masulli 
                                Mihail Popescu
                                Clare Bates Congdon
        Publicity Chair:        Sorin Draghchi
        Proceedings Chair:      Chengpeng (Charlie) Bi           

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    Direct your questions or requests for additional information to:

    L. Gwenn Volkert – volkert@cs.kent.edu   - CIBCB 2010 General Chair
       or
    Daniel Ashlock   - dashlock@uoguelph.ca  - CIBCB 2010 Program Chair
      
    See http://www.cibcb.org/CIBCB10 for more details
    
    Download the cfp at: http://www.cibcb.org/files/cibcb2010cfp.pdf

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