[Bio-matrix] WCCI 2010 - "Computational Intelligence for Bioinformatics" Special Session

Alioune Ngom via biomatrx%40net.bio.net (by alioune.ngom from gmail.com)
Sat Feb 6 13:06:46 EST 2010

   LAST CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Session on Computational Intelligence for
Bioinformatics (CIB) as part of the WCCI 2010 (IJCNN + Fuzz-IEEE + IEEE
CEC), Barcelona, Spain, 18-23 July, 2010.


The 2010 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence will be held on
July 18-23, 2010, in Barcelona, Spain. The special session "Computational
Intelligence for Bioinformatics" (CIB) is intended to bring together top
researchers, practitioners, and students, from around the world. CIB will
serve as a platform to discuss applications of Computational Intelligence in
the field of Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Bioengineering, for
solving problems in medicine, pharmacy, health and life sciences, biology,
and forensic sciences.

This CIB special session is sponsored and co-organized by the IEEE BBTC, the
IEEE DMTF and the INNS SIGs on Bioinformatics and Biopattern. It spans three
WCCI conferences (FUZZ-IEEE, IJCNN and IEEE-CEC) and integrates five tracks:
CIBCBB, CIBDA, CIPI, CIBSDF and FSBM, described below. The conference
associated with each track is also indicated in this description. Further
details on the CIB session can be found at,
http://www.neuronelab.dmi.unisa.it/wcci2010. We cordially invite you to
submit research articles in this CIB session. We also encourage you to
distribute the attached "call-for-papers" to your colleagues. Please visit
WCCI 2010 at http://www.wcci2010.org.


Track 1: CIBCBB - "Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics,
Computational Biology, and Bioengineering"
Main Sponsor: IEEE BBTC
Conference: CEC 2010
Organizers: A. Ngom, M.A. Lones, J.-H. Chiang, A. Floares, G. Bernot, and F.

Track 2: CIBDA - "Computational Intelligence for BioPattern Data Analysis"
Main Sponsor: IEEE DMTF
Conference: IJCNN 2010
Organizers: E. Biganzoli, L. Peterson, and A. Vellido

Track 3: CIPI - "Computational Intelligence for the Pharmaceutical Industry"
Main Sponsor: IEEE DMTF
Conference: IJCNN 2010
Organizers: P.J.G. Lisboa, J.D. Martín-Guerrero, and R. Tagliaferri

Track 4: CIBSDF - "Computational Intelligence in Biomedical Sciences and DNA
Conference: CEC 2010
Organizers: S. Ling, A. Kumar, Y. Guo, S. Bulusu, and S. Parija

Track 5: FSBM- "Fuzzy Systems in Bio-Medicine"
Conference: FUZZ-IEEE 2010
Organizers: M. Popescu, and J. Keller

Important dates:
• Paper Submission: 07 February 2010
• Decision Notification: 15 March 2010
• Camera-Ready Submission: 2 May 2010

Paper Submission: Electronic web submission in PDF format at
http://www.wcci2010.org/ .

Submission to the CIB Special Session:
The CIB session spans three WCCI conferences: CEC, IJCNN and FUZZ. Each of
the three conferences has its own review system, and the outcome of such
system will be that conference’s proceeding. There are three ISBNs for the
proceedings of three conferences. Authors can select the conference through
which they will like their paper(s) to be reviewed and published (if
accepted). When an author submits a paper for a given track of our CIB
session, s/he should (1) select the conference associated with the given CIB
track, and then (2) tag the paper using the CIB name (available from the
paper topic roll-down menu) as the first topic. The same paper can only
appear in one conference proceeding and it will be available from IEEEXplore
(from that proceeding).

CIB Scheduling and Publications:
Accepted papers from all CIB tracks will be integrated into a single block
that will be presented in a coherent manner in one multi-disciplinary track
at WCCI. Each paper will be published in the proceedings of the conference
that was selected for submission. The same paper will not appear in three
conference proceedings, even if our CIB session spans three conferences.

We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona.

With Best Regards,

Alioune Ngom, Ph.D.
On behalf of the WCCI_2010-CIB co-organizers.

Alioune Ngom, Ph.D., Associate Professor
School of Computer Science, University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario, Canada

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