WSES BIO NEWSLETTER. LEARN DETAILS AT THE END OF THIS MESSAGE

WSES BIO News Letter bio_newsletter at worldses.org
Wed May 2 13:37:43 EST 2001


IN THIS ISSUE:
1) INVITATION TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF OUR LIST!
2) NEW FACULTY POSITION IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY 
(see at the end)
   (announcements for new faculty positions in your department must be sent to 
bio_newsletter at worldses.org)


1) INVITATION TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF OUR LIST!
I have the honor to invite each of you to submit an Invited Paper
in the 2nd WSES WORLD CONFERENCE ON BIOSCIENCES AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES 
http://www.worldses.org/wses/conferences/skiathos/mcbc

that will take place in the exquisit, fascinating and historic island of Skiathos 
(Greece), in September 26-30, 2001.
(SEE DETAILS BELOW)

Prolongation of deadline: JUNE 30, 2001, but we can inform you the
recommendation of the reviewers 30 days after your submission!

Also, if you would like, we could send an official letter to you 
(via regular mail) in order to find possible financial support 
for your trip from your department (as Invited Lecturer)

You will be mentioned in the Proceedings as Invited Lecturer.

Also, if you want to organize a Session, -ATTENTION: in this case your name will be 
mentioned in the proceedings as Associate Editor-, please, collect and review at least 
8-10 papers
and then send them to us.

Of course, you could send me now the title of your paper

Regards

K.Papanikolaou on behalf of the Chair of the Organ.Committee
Here is the complete announcement:

2nd WSES WORLD CONFERENCE ON BIOSCIENCES AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES 
         MCBC'01
"MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY"

with special emphasis in:
   MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
   MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
   BIOCHEMISTRY, CHEMISTRY
   BIOPHYSICS
   COMPUTER BIOLOGY
   BIOLOGICAL DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
   BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Koukounaries, Skiathos Island, 
Greece, September 26-30, 2001 

DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: JUNE 30, 2001 
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION: one month after the date of
the submission of your paper (MAXIMUM)

Sponsored by: The World Scientific and Engineering Society (WSES)
-- Sector of Physics, Sector of Chemistry, Sector of Biology, Sector of
Biochemistry, Sector of Biophysics, Sector of Chemical Engineering,
Sector of Biomedical Engineering and Sector of Medicine

http://www.worldses.org/wses/conferences/skiathos/mcbc

<Please, if you have a friend interested
in any branch of BIO-SCIENCES or BIO-TECHNOLOGIES, please,
forward this message>

ALL THE ACCEPTED PAPERS will be published:
1)in the CD-ROM Proceedings (with Search Facilities and Page Numbering) 
as well as 
2)in the Electrical and Computer Engineering International Reference
Book Series of WSES PRESS as Post-Conference Books (Hard cover, velvet
paper, international circulation). 
These will be different International Editions (with different ISBN). 
This material will be ready at the opening of the Multiconference and
will be distributed to the participants. 

Also SPECIAL ISSUES have been scheduled for many JOURNALS!

More informations: Send a message to skiathos2001 at worldses.org

About Skiathos ("The Island of Poets")
The famous island with its origins to be lost in the 
misty background of the greek mythology, today well known as 
an international tourist resort. An unforgettable paradise 
in the aquamarine aegean sea within sight of farfamed Pelion mountain. 
Skiathos is really an enchanted corner of Greece mantled with pines 
and olive-trees, amaranths and thyme. Over than 60 blond beaches around 
the Skiathos Palace Hotel (where the conferences will take place) with 
the picturesque backdrop of many byzantine monasteries and white chapels
conspicuous symbols of the islanders' God-Fearing piety and spiritual
feeling. 
   Skiathos is a beautiful, wooded island, far greener than one 
would expect a Greek island to be, which has between 60 & 70 fine sandy
beaches, many of which have not become overcrowded & 
some of which can be virtually empty, even in the height of summer.   
The environment is incredibly varied & can range from hidden, wooded
valleys (like our own in Zorbathes) to Monasteries set against a
backdrop of barren rock, from shallow beaches with pastures behind to
plunging cliffs with beaches nestling below them, only accessible by
boat. There are several offshore islands which are worth visiting and
where
you will find beaches with less people on them than the main island
ones.
 At the eastern end of the island is the main (& only) town, also called
Skiathos, surrounding a well sheltered harbour which fills in the summer
with every type of vessel from 3 metre fishing boats to 11 metre yachts
to 40 metre motor yachts. In Skiathos town you can find everything.
It is a thriving, cosmopolitan centre that hums with energy during the
summer months contrasting nicely with the lazy beach days.  
You can have a slow ouzo on the waterfront, boogie all night, shop 'til
you drop or fill yourself at one of the many of tavernas & restaurants.
Whatever you fancy, there will be someone catering for it.  
Places of interest & beauty worth a visit are: 
The church of Aghios Nikolaos, The Old Castle, The Bourtzi, The Plakes,
The graveyard (where my father was buried for 3 years), The boatyard by
Megali Ammos Beach, Papadiamantis House 
A walk through the upper west part of Skiathos, from the Health Centre
down to the Plakes and up & back to the fish market and Old Port. This
is the most original part of Skiathos and the narrow streets give it a
lot of atmosphere. 
The main road follows the south coast until it reaches the west end of
the island & terminates at Koukounaries beach.
Many famous Artists of Greece, like Alexander Papadiamantis
and Alexander Moraitidis were born in Skiathos ("The Island of Poets").


During the Conference Official Dinner, a small festival / concert will
take place.
skiathos2001 at worldses.org



TOPICS of the 2nd WSES WORLD CONFERENCE ON BIOSCIENCES AND
BIOTECHNOLOGIES 
                MCBC'01
"MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY"

PART A: 
Mathematical Models (Deterministic and Stochastic), Modelling and
Simulation, Experiments and Computer Analysis, Statistics, Optimization,
Advanced Mathematics (Differential Geometry, Operator Analysis,
Non-linear analysis and Chaos, ...), Computer Science (Data Bases, Data
Structures, Software Engineering, Reliability), Computational
Intelligence (Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms),
Practical Methods, Empirical and Semi-Empirical Methods 

IN
Molecular Dynamics 
Biochemistry 
Biophysics 
Quantum Chemistry 
Molecular Biology 
Cell Biology 
Immunology 
Neurophysiology 
Genetics 
Population Dynamics 
Dynamics of Diseases 
Bioecology 
Epidemiology 
Social Dynamics 
PhotoBiology, PhotoChemistry 
Plant Biology 
Microbiology 
Bioinformatics 
Signal Transduction 
Environmental Systems 
Psychological and Cognitive Systems 
Pattern Formation 
Evolution, Game Theory and Adaptive Dynamics 

PART B: (Bio-Engineering, Chemical Engineering) 

Medical Imaging 
2-dimensional and 3-Dimensional Signal Processing 
Feedback Control in Biology and Chemistry 
Fluid Mechanics and Applications in Biomedicine 
Space Medicine and Biology 
Chemical Engineering 
Reactor Engineering 
Nuclear Chemistry 
Nuclear Biology and Medicine 
Cancer Therapy and Mathematical Models 
Protection from Nuclear Accidents 
Automatic Control in Chemical Processes 
Speech Synthesis 

PART C: (Miscellaneous) 

Semi-empirical and mixed classical/quantum mechanics methods 
Impulsive Differential Equations in Biology 
Experiments Design 
Agricultural Systems and production 
Economic Systems

(List incomplete) 


2) NEW FACULTY POSITION IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY FACULTY
AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, USA.
To learn more: visit the main page of
the 2nd WSES WORLD CONFERENCE ON BIOSCIENCES AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES 
http://www.worldses.org/wses/conferences/skiathos/mcbc
and find appropriate link at the end of the main page
OR send an email to jhawes at iupui.edu

This file has been sent to us by:
Dr. John W. Hawes, Director
Biochemistry Biotechnology Facility
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Indiana University School of Medicine
635 Barnhill Drive, MS 4053
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5122
phone: (317) 274-6647
facsimile: (317) 274-4686
e-mail: jhawes at iupui.edu

(announcements for new faculty positions in your department must be sent 
to bio_newsletter at worldses.org)


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