[DI] CALL FOR PAPERS: Internet/Biology

"ReinhardDoelz"doelz at biox.embnet.unibas.ch "ReinhardDoelz"doelz at biox.embnet.unibas.ch
Wed Jul 5 13:03:07 EST 1995


[ Article crossposted from bionet.general, bionet.software ]
[ Posted on Wed, 5 Jul 1995 18:02:27 GMT ]






                Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 
        Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii - January 3-6, 1996 
                  http://cgl.ucsf.edu/psb/psb.html

         Workshop: Internet Tools for Computational Biology 
             C A L L      F O R         P A P E R S  
                  http://www.ch.embnet.org/psb     

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We would like to invite paper submissions in this exciting field of
interdisclipinary research. The development is currently progressing rapidly.
In particular, the development of more sophisticated client/server 
technology to overcome less refined features of the generic http protocol, 
including 
         authorisation, 
         state, 
         security, 
         synchronisation issues 

Biological applications start to become indispensible, in particular 
         database retrieval 
         sophisticated program input 
         linkage analysis 
         gene (exon) prediction 
         3D modelling: MIME types 
         3D modelling: VRML 

The most important development 'backstage' is to expand server-server 
communication for data update and data presentation
issues. 

We welcome papers describing results from a wide range of possible 
methodologies, including access to, and analyses of the databases of 
biomolecular sequences and structures, simple conceptual and computational 
evolutionary models, and success/quality/accessibility reports. Reports on 
molecular modelling via internet tools and special user group 
communication, such as MOO interlinking, as well as
generic methods for maintenance of information are welcome. 

Current plans are for electronic publication of the papers by the MIT Press, 
in both HTML and postscript. People wishing to present posters without 
publishing a full paper may submit an abstract. Preregistration for the 
conference is required for the inclusion of a paper in the conference 
proceedings. 


IMPORTANT DATES 



   Paper submissions due:                       July 27, 1995
   Notification of paper acceptance:            September 11, 1995
   Final paper deadline                         October 2, 1995
   Early registration deadline                  October 2, 1995




More information: 

                Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 
        Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii - January 3-6, 1996 
                  http://cgl.ucsf.edu/psb/psb.html
         Workshop: Internet Tools for Computational Biology 
                  http://www.ch.embnet.org/psb     

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 Biocomputing        CH 4056 Basel| electronic Mail    doelz at ubaclu.unibas.ch|
 Biozentrum der Universitaet Basel|-------------- Switzerland ---------------|
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