Call For Papers
You are invited to submit a paper to the 2003 IEEE Computer Society
Bioinformatics Conference (CSB2003). The conference?s goal is to
facilitate collaboration between computer scientists and biologists by
presenting cutting edge computational biology research findings.
While such research has an interdisciplinary character, CSB2003
emphasizes the computational aspects of bioinformatics research.
Computer science papers must show biological relevance, and biology
papers must stress the computational aspects of the results.
CSB2003 will accept 27 papers for podium presentation, and these will
be published in the IEEE conference proceedings. Topics of interest
include (but are not limited to):
Machine learning String and Graph Algorithms
Data Mining Genome to Life
Robotics Stochastic Modeling
Data Visualization Genomics and Proteomics
Regulatory Networks Gene Expression Pathways
Comparative Genomics Evolution and Phylogenetics
Pattern Recognition Molecular Structures and
Papers are limited to 12 pages, single spaced, in 12 point type,
including title, abstract (250 words or less), figures, tables, text, and
bibliography. The first page should give keywords, authors? postal and
electronic mailing addresses. Submit papers electronically to
bioinformatics at computer.org in either postscript or PDF format. A
select subset of accepted papers will be invited to also publish in the
Journal of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology.
The Best Paper will be selected by the Program Committee and
announced at the awards ceremony.
Submissions must be received no later than April 1, 2003. Authors
will be notified of their submission's status by May 19, 2003, and final
corrected versions must be received by June 14, 2003.
Submission date: April 1, 2003
Acceptance date: May 19, 2003
Final Revision date: June 14, 2003
Send e-mail queries or submissions to bioinformatics at computer.org
General Chair: Vicky Markstein, vicky at insilicolabs.com, 650-851-8399
Program Co-chairs: Peter Markstein, peter_markstein at hp.com, 650-857-6662
Ying Xu, xyn at ornl.gov, 865-574-7263
Serafim Batzoglou, Stanford University
Suchendra M. Bhandarkar, University of Georgia
Mark Borodovsky, Georgia Institute of Technology
Nikolaos Bourbakis, Wright State University
Jake Chen, Myriad Proteomics
Mark Craven, University of Wisconsin
Antoine Danchin, Institute Pasteur
Charles Dyer, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Mike Eisen, Lawrence-Berkeley Lab
Paolo Frasconi, University of Florence
Terry Gaasterland, Rockefeller University
Sridhar Govindarajan, Maxygen
Roderic Guigò, Grup de Recera en Informatica Biomedica, Barcelona
Peter Hammer, Rutgers University
Bailin Hao, Academia Sinica
Tao Jiang, University of California at Riverside
Ming Li, University of Waterloo
Xiaole Shirley Liu, Harvard University
Ann Loraine, Affymetrix Corp.
Peter Markstein, Hewlett-Packard Co.
Satoru Miyano, University of Tokyo
Sean Mooney, Stanford University
Ruth Nussinov, National Cancer Institute and Tel Aviv University
Antonio Piccolboni, Affymetrix Corp.
Walter L. Ruzzo, University of Washington
Gustavo Stolovitzky, IBM
Liping Wei, Nexus Genomics
Dong Xu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ying Xu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The Call-For-Papers is available as a downloadable PDF file. We
would greatly appreciate if you would print it and post it where it can
be seen by your colleagues.
(Message Courtesy of The Fourth Georgia Tech International Conference
on Bioinformatics, http://opal.biology.gatech.edu/GeneMark/conference/)