[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[PVS] Call for Poster papers




Poster submission deadline: April 11, 2010.
 
Call for Posters
ACM International Conference On Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (ACM-BCB 2010)
August 2-4, Niagara Falls, New York, USA
http://www.cse.buffalo.edu/ACM-BCB2010
 
ACM-BCB is the first ACM conference in the areas of bioinformatics, computational biology,
and biomedical researches. The conference is pleased to announce that the conference has
set up three awards: the best paper award, the best student paper award, and the best
poster award. The conference will also support 10 student travel grants
(see the conference website for more details).
 
We invite you to submit posters focusing on problems and new challenges of Bioinformatics
and Computational Biology. Submit your posters (limited to 3 pages of  ACM template) to
poster co-chair: Tony Hu (xh29@drexel.edu). 
Accepted posters will be published in the conference proceedings (CD).
 
Poster papers should not exceed 3 pages in ACM template on 8.5 x 11 inch paper
(see ACM templates at <http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates>)
 

The topics of relevance for the conference papers include but are not limited to the following:
 
Assembly algorithms for the next generation sequencing
 
Genome annotations via mass spectrometry
 
Gene discovery and protein function prediction
 
Functional genomics algorithms for high throughput data generation methods
 
DNA and protein motif discovery
 
Models of gene expression regulation at RNA level
 
Algorithms for comparative and evolutionary genomics
 
Molecular evolution and phylogeny reconstruction
 
Multiple genome alignment
 
Computational genomics for plant and animal genomes
 
Engineering of bioinformatic databases
 
Models of gene expression networks
 
Computational proteomics and methabolomics
 
Prediction of protein-protein interactions
 
Protein structure prediction and molecular dynamics
 
Visualization of biomolecular and cellular structure, dynamics and interactions
 
Modeling of methabolic pathways
 
Computational epigenomics
 
Models of cellular and multicellular systems
 
Prediction of cellular network dynamics from incomplete information
 
Clinical genomics and proteomics
 
Data mining in biomolecular databases
 
High performance computing for complex biomolecular and cellular systems
 
. Biomedical imaging
 

Key Dates
 
Poster Submission dealine: April 11, 2010
Author Notification May 1, 2010
 
Conference Date 2-4 August, 2010
 
ACM-BCB Organizing Committee
 

ACM-BCB2010-posters.pdf