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Thu Jul 16 08:47:00 EST 1992


The schedule for the 2nd International Conference on computational
molecular biology (Genes, Proteins & Computers) appears below. It
is to be held in Chester, UK on 2nd-4th September 1992. All speakers
have accepted.

Contributions are invited on any topic in protein or nucleic acid analysis
involving computational molecular biology. The deadline for submission
of abstracts is 1st August 1992.

If you would like further information about the programme or
administrative arrangements please contact the GPC Conference Office at
the SERC Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington WA4 4AD, UK.

Programme:
    Alan Bleasby    AJB at DARESBURY.AC.UK
Conference Facilities, Accomodation, Travel, Fees:
    GPC Conf. Office (Tel. +44 925 603235)
    FAX: +44 925 603195
    David Brown     D.J.BROWN at DARESBURY.AC.UK

The First Bulletin is available from the above address.
The conference fee is 90 pounds sterling.

Schedule:


Wed September 2nd:

11:00     Registration
12:00     Lunch
2-2:45    Charles Cantor "Human Genome computing"
2:45-3:30 John Elder "DNA Hybridisation"
3:30-4.00 Tea
4:00-5:00 David Hillis "Phylogeny inference & its application to phage lambda"
5:00-5:30 Poster assembly
5:30-7:00 `Daresbury Daemon' Punch reception (mixer)
7:00      Dinner
8:30-10:30 Discussion groups

Thu September 3rd:

9:00-9:40  Eddie Holmes  "Evolution of AIDS virus"
                          Computational/algorithmic challenge of data
                          handling
9:40-10:20 David Eisenberg "Identifying homologies/topologies from
                            sequence"
10:20-11:00 2 of 20 min poster talks
11:00       Coffee
            Commercial exhibition & posters with buffet lunch
            Tea at approx 3:00
3:30-4:10   Rod Hubbard "Approaches to modelling by homology"
4:10-4:50   Tony Rees   "Antibody modelling"
4:50-5:30   2 of 20 min poster (or contributed) talks
7:00        Sherry
7:30        Conference dinner

Fri September 4th:

9:00-9:45   EMBNET/HGMP/SEQNET               |
            Alan Bleasby & Martin Bishop     |- European bioinformation
9:45-10:30  Otto Ritter                      |  organisation
10:30-11:00 Coffee                           |
11:00-11:45 Howard Bilofsky                  |
11:45-12:30 Jim Ostell                       -  USA bioinformation (NCBI)



Programme Committee:
 A.J. Bleasby      Daresbury
 M.J. Bishop       Cambridge
 A.F.W. Coulson    Edinburgh
 T.B.L. Kirkwood   NIMR
 P. Murray-Rust    Glaxo
 D. Roberts        Natural History Museum
 H.J. Sherman      Daresbury
 J. Thornton       UCL



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