HICSS Biotechnology Computing Track has been moved
hunter at work.nlm.nih.gov
Thu Oct 1 11:29:26 EST 1992
The Biotechnology Computing Track
26th Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences
Jan 5-8, 1993
HAS BEEN MOVED.
Due to hurricaine damage to the conference hotel on Kauai, the meeting has been
moved to Maui Intercontinental Hotel in the Wailea Resort area on the island of
The biotechnology computing track of the meeting will involve the presentation
of 40 stringenly refereed papers from the US, Japan, Australia & Europe in the
* Computer Support for Genome Mapping and Sequencing
* AI Technologies for Molecular Biological Analysis
* Protein Structure Prediction
* Computer-Aided Drug Design
* Methods for Dealing with Errors and Uncertainty in Molecular Biology
Calculations and Databases
An archival quality proceedings is being published, and will be distributed at
the conference (and available from the IEEE Computer Society Press afterward).
Other tracks at HICSS-26 are: Computer Architecture, Parallel Software Design,
Decision Support and Knowledge-based Systems, and Collaboration Technology.
Plenary addresses include Robert Langridge on the "Computational Visualization
of Biochemical Complexity" and Gul Agha on "Universal Models for Parallel
Computation." Tutorials on a variety of topics are included in the
GUARANTEED REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 15. Registration may be available
after that date or on-site at a higher rate, depending on space limitations.
If you are planning on attending, you are well advised to make hotel and air
reservations now; January is peak travel season in Hawaii.
For further information contact the Track Chair or the Conference Coordinator.
Pam Harrington, HICSS-26 Coordinator
University of Hawaii
Center for Executive Development
2404 Maile Way, B-101
Honolulu, HI 96822 USA
tele: +1 (808) 956-7396
fax: +1 (808) 956-3766
email: hicss at uhunix.uhcc.hawaii.edu
National Library of Medicine
Building 38A, Mail Stop 54
Bethesda, MD 20894 USA
tele: +1 (301) 496-9300
fax: +1 (301) 496-0673
email: hunter at nlm.nih.gov
Track Organizing Committee:
Lawrence Hunter, National Library of Medicine
Minoru Kanehisa, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University
Thomas Marr, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
John Wootton, National Center for Biotechnology Information
Lloyd Allison, Monash University (Australia)
Mary Berlyn, Yale University
James Fickett, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Teri Klein, UCSF School of Pharmacy
Kimberle Koile, Arris Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Richard Lathrop, MIT
Charles Lawrence, Baylor Medical School
Stanley Letovsky, Letovsky Associates
Katsumi Nitta, Institute for New Generation Computer Technology (Japan)
Lawrence Hunter, PhD.
National Library of Medicine
Bldg. 38A, MS-54
Bethesda. MD 20894
(301) 496-0673 (fax)
hunter at nlm.nih.gov (internet)
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