[Bioforum] Call For Papers: WORLDCOMP'09 Congress (July 13-16, 2009/USA) - paper submission deadline extended to March 11, 2009

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I would be most grateful if you would share the announcement below
with those who may be interested.  The paper submission deadline
is extended to March 11, 2009.  Thank you.


                        Call For Papers

        Extended Paper Submission Deadline: March 11, 2009

                          WORLDCOMP'09
          The 2009 World Congress in Computer Science,
           Computer Engineering, & Applied Computing
       Date and Location: July 13-16, 2009, Las Vegas, USA

            http://www.world-academy-of-science.org

Due to numerous requests, the paper submission deadline has been
extended to March 11, 2009.  You are invited to submit a paper; see
below for submission instructions.  All accepted papers will be
published in the conference proceedings (in printed books).

Academic Sponsors include: United States Military Academy, Network
Science Center; various research laboratories and centers affiliated
with Harvard U. / MIT; Argonne National Lab.; U. of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign; Minnesota Supercomputing Institute; U. of Texas at
Austin; George Mason U.; Vienna U. of Technology; U. of Siegen;
National Institute for Health Research; U. of Iowa; Russian Academy
of Sciences; U. of North Dakota; Texas A&M U./Com.; The European
Commission, and many others.  For the complete list of sponsors,
refer to:
http://www.world-academy-of-science.org/worldcomp09/ws/sponsors

The 2009 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP'09) is composed of the following
conferences (all will be held simultaneously, same location and
dates: July 13-16, 2009, USA). A link to each conference's URL can
be found at
http://www.world-academy-of-science.org

BIOCOMP'09: International Conf. on Bioinformatics &
            Computational Biology
CDES'09:    International Conf. on Computer Design
CGVR'09:    International Conf. on Computer Graphics & Virtual
            Reality
CSC'09:     International Conf. on Scientific Computing
DMIN'09:    International Conf. on Data Mining
EEE'09:     International Conf. on e-Learning, e-Business,
            Enterprise Information Systems, & e-Government
ERSA'09:    International Conf. on Engineering of Reconfigurable
            Systems and Algorithms
ESA'09:     International Conf. on Embedded Systems & Applications
FCS'09:     International Conf. on Foundations of Computer Science
FECS'09:    International Conf. on Frontiers in Education: Computer
            Science & Computer Engineering
GCA'09:     International Conf. on Grid Computing & Applications
GEM'09:     International Conf. on Genetic & Evolutionary Methods
ICAI'09:    International Conf. on Artificial Intelligence
ICOMP'09:   International Conf. on Internet Computing
ICWN'09:    International Conf. on Wireless Networks
IKE'09:     International Conf. on Information & Knowledge
            Engineering
IPCV'09:    International Conf. on Image Processing, Computer
            Vision, & Pattern Recognition
MSV'09:     International Conf. on Modeling, Simulation &
            Visualization Methods
PDPTA'09:   International Conf. on Parallel and Distributed
            Processing Techniques & Applications
SAM'09:     International Conf. on Security and Management
SERP'09:    International Conf. on Software Engineering Research
            and Practice
SWWS'09:    International Conf. on Semantic Web and Web Services


SUBMISSION OF PAPERS:

   Prospective authors are invited to submit their draft papers by
   uploading them to http://worldcomp.cviog.uga.edu/ .
   Submissions must be received by March 11, 2009 and they must be in
   either MS doc or pdf formats (about 5 to 7 pages - single space,
   font size of 10 to 12).  All reasonable typesetting formats are
   acceptable (later, the authors of accepted papers will be asked to
   follow a particular typesetting format to prepare their papers for
   publication.)

   The length of the Camera-Ready papers (if accepted) will be limited
   to 7 (IEEE style) pages.  Papers must not have been previously
   published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere.  The
   first page of the draft paper should include: title of the paper,
   name, affiliation, postal address, and email address for each author.
   The first page should also identify the name of the Contact Author
   and a maximum of 5 topical keywords that would best represent the
   content of the paper.  Finally, the name of the conference that
   the paper is being submitted to must be stated on the first page.

   Papers will be evaluated for originality, significance, clarity,
   impact, and soundness.  Each paper will be refereed by two experts
   in the field who are independent of the conference program committee.
   The referees' evaluations will then be reviewed by two members of
   the program committee who will recommend a decision to the chair of
   the track that the paper has been submitted to.  The chair will make
   the final decision.  Lastly, the Camera-Ready papers will be reviewed
   by one member of the program committee.


IMPORTANT DATES:

   March 11, 2009:    Extended deadline for Submission of papers
                      (about 5 to 7 pages)
   April 9, 2009:     Notification of acceptance
   May 1, 2009:       Camera-Ready papers and Registration due
   July 13-16, 2009:  The 2009 World Congress in Computer Science,
                      Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing
                      (WORLDCOMP'09 - 22 joint conferences)

TUTORIALS:

   12 to 15 tutorials are currently being planned - all tutorials are
   free to conference registrants.  Tutorial subjects include:
   various aspects of supercomputing (parallel and distributed systems
   and processing), visualization, preparation for teaching online
   courses, various areas of security, sensor networks, bioinformatics
   for computer scientists, web services for mobile and wireless systems,
   ABET accreditation as it relates to computing, inverse problems in
   computer vision, data mining, ...

PURPOSE / HISTORY:

   This set of joint conferences is the largest annual gathering of
   researchers in computer science, computer engineering and applied
   computing.  Many of the joint conferences in WORLDCOMP are the
   premier conferences for presentation of advances in their
   respective fields.  We anticipate to have 2,400 or more attendees
   from over 85 countries participating in the 2009 joint conferences.

   WORLDCOMP'09 will be composed of research presentations, keynote
   lectures, invited presentations, tutorials, panel discussions,
   and poster presentations.  In recent past, keynote and/or tutorial
   speakers included: Prof. David A. Patterson (U. of California,
   Berkeley); Prof. Michael J. Flynn (Stanford U.); Prof. John H.
   Holland (U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor); Prof. H. J. Siegel (Colorado
   State U.); Prof. Barry Vercoe (MIT); Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy (U. of
   California, Berkeley); Prof. Jun Liu (Harvard U.); Dr. Jim Gettys
   (OLPC + developer of X Window); and many other distinguished
   speakers.  For this year's conference, the keynote speakers include:
   Prof. Ian Foster (Father of Grid Computing), Dr. Eric Drexler
   (Father of Nanotechnology), Prof. Brian Athey (Head, NIH National
   Center for Computational Medicine & Biology), Dr. Jose Munoz (Deputy
   Director, National Science Foundation Office of Cyberinfrastructure),
   and many other distinguished speakers.

   The motivation is to assemble a spectrum of affiliated research
   conferences into a coordinated research meeting held in a common
   place at a common time.  The main goal is to provide a forum for
   exchange of ideas in a number of research areas that interact.  The
   model used to form these annual conferences facilitates communication
   among researchers from all over the world in different fields of
   computer science, computer engineering and applied computing.  Both
   inward research (core areas of computer science and engineering) and
   outward research (multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, and
   applications) will be covered during the conferences.

LOCATION OF CONFERENCES:

   The conferences will be held in the Monte Carlo hotel, Las Vegas,
   Nevada, USA (with any overflows at other near-by hotels).  This is
   a mega hotel with excellent conference facilities and over 3,000
   rooms.  It is minutes from the airport with 24-hour shuttle
   service to and from the airport.  This hotel has many recreational
   attractions, including: waterfalls, spa, pools, sunning decks, Easy
   River, wave pool, lighted tennis courts, health spa, nightly shows,
   a number of restaurants, ...  The negotiated room rate for
   conference attendees is very reasonable.  The hotel is within
   walking distance from most other attractions (recreational
   destinations, Golf courses, ...)


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