Early registration deadline: June 1, 2010.
Call for Participation
ACM International Conference On Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (ACM-BCB 2010)
August 2-4, Niagara Falls, New York, USA
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).
Two keynote speeches:
Dr. Mark B Gerstein, Title: Analysis of Molecular Networks
Dr. Bob Cottingham,Title: Bioinformatics - Transition from algorithmic to data intensive science
Oak Bridge National Laboratory
Dr. Jing Li and Dr. Kun Huang, Title: Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis
Case Western Reserve University and The Ohio State University
Dr. Patrick S.P. Wang, Title: Intelligent Pattern Recognition and Applications
Panel: Personalized medicine - challenges and opportunities for informatics research.
Gene Network and Pathway Generation and Analysis
Graph Theoretic Approaches for Biological Network Analysis
Immunoinformatics and Computational Immunology Workshop (ICIW 2010)
Protein-protein interaction data: management, querying and analysis
ACM SIG Organization meeting: Through ACM-BCB conferences, ACM hopes to build
the bioinformatics and computational biology community and establish an ACM
Special Interest Group in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (SIGBCB).
A community meeting will be held during the ACM-BCB2010 conference at Niagara Falls to
develop the support for forming the ACM SIGBCB.