Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology

Dominic Clark - BIU dac at bison.lif.icnet.uk
Thu Jan 12 01:58:50 EST 1995


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                 The Third International Conference on
                Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology

                           July 16-19, 1995
                            Cambridge, UK.

     ========  PLEASE NOTE MINOR CHANGE TO SUBMISSION PROCEDURE ======

     Organizing Committee                      Key Dates

Christopher Rawlings, ICRF, UK           Papers due:         Feb 15, 1995.
Dominic Clark, ICRF, UK                  Replies to authors: Mar 27, 1995.
Russ Altman,  Stanford U, USA            Revised papers due: Apr 20, 1995.
Lawrence Hunter, NLM, Bethesda, USA
Thomas Lengauer, GMD-SCAI, Germany
Shoshana Wodak, UCMB, ULB, Belgium

     Program Committee

Yutaka Akiyama          Kyoto University, Japan
Stephen Altschul        NCBI, USA
Kiyoshi Asai            Electrotechnical Laboratory, Japan
Hans-Joachim Boehm      BASF, Germany
Soren Brunak            Centre for Biological Sequence Analysis, Denmark
Bruce Buchanan          University of Pittsburgh, USA
Christian Burks         Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Andreas Dress           University of Bielefeld, Germany
Jacquelyn Fetrow        University at Albany, USA
John Fox                Imperial Cancer Research Fund, UK
Bob Futrelle            Northeastern University, USA
Janice Glasgow          Queens University, Canada
Michael Gribskov        San Diego Supercomputer Centre, USA
David Haussler          University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Peter Karp              SRI International, USA
Toni Kazic              Washington University, St Louis, USA
Alan Lapedes            Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Rick Lathrop            Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Michael Mavrovouniotis  Northwestern University, USA
Marcie McClure          University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
Satoru Miyano           Kyushu University, Japan
Richard Mott            Imperial Cancer Research Fund
Art Olson               Scripps Institute, USA
Rebecca Parsons         University of Central Florida, USA
Francois Rechenmann     INRIA, France
Otto Ritter             German Cancer Centre, Germany
Burkhard Rost           EMBL, Germany
Jean Sallantin          CNRS, France
Chris Sander            European Bioinformatics Institute, UK
David Searls            University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jude Shavlik            University of Wisconsin, USA
Mike Sternberg          Imperial Cancer Research Fund, UK
Gary Stormo             University of Colorado, USA
Willie Taylor           National Institute for Medical Research, UK
Ed Uberbacher           Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Teresa Webster          Stanford University, USA

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The Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular
Biology (ISMB-95) will take place at Robinson College, Cambridge, England
during July 16-19th, 1995.

The ISMB conference is intended to bring together scientists who are
addressing problems in molecular biology using advanced computational
methods including data modelling, machine learning, artificial
intelligence, cognitive science, robotics, combinatorial/stochastic
optimization, adaptive computing, string & graph algorithms, linguistic
methods and parallel computer technologies.  The scope extends to any
computational method or system supporting a biological task that is
algorithmically, cognitively or conceptually challenging, involves a
synthesis of heterogeneous information, or in some other way exhibits the
emergent properties of an "intelligent system."  In general these methods
will have been validated on real data sets or have clear practical
applications.

The four-day conference will feature introductory and advanced tutorials
(on July 16th), and presentations of original refereed papers, posters and
invited talks (on July 17th-19th).

Paper submissions will be accepted for review with the understanding that
the same work has not been published elsewhere.  Papers should be
single-spaced, 12 point type, 12 pages maximum including title, abstract,
figures, tables, and bibliography with titles.  The first page should
include the full postal address, electronic mailing address, telephone and
FAX number of each author.  Also, please list five to ten keywords
describing the methods, concepts and problems discussed in the paper.
State whether you wish the paper to be considered for oral presentation
only, poster presentation only or for either presentation format.  

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

A. Six printed copies of each paper should be submitted to the following
   address:

   ISMB'95,
   c/o Dr. Christopher Rawlings,
   Biomedical Informatics Unit,
   61, Lincoln's Inn Fields,
   London, WC2A 3PX
   UK

*AND*

B. Send email to ismb95 at biu.icnet.uk including the following information:

   TITLE, LIST OF AUTHORS, KEYWORDS, ABSTRACT

   For primary author*: NAME, AFFILIATION, E-MAIL ADDRESS, FULL POSTAL ADDRESS
   For other authors  : NAME, AFFILIATION, E-MAIL ADDRESS

   *or other author responsible for correspondence

FURTHER INFORMATION

For more information concerning the conference, tutorial submissions and
travel fellowships see the ISMB'95 World Wide Web page.

                WWW  : ftp://ftp.icnet.uk/icrf-public/ismb/ismb95.html
                email: ismb95 at biu.icnet.uk
                Fax  : +44 (0) 171 269 3067


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