CALL FOR PAPER: CBGI 2001 (Atlantic Symposium on Computational Biology and Genome Information Systems & Technology)

Cathy Wu wuc at NBRF.Georgetown.Edu
Fri Sep 1 21:48:40 EST 2000


 
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***** CALL FOR PAPERS: CBGI 2001 ***** 
Atlantic Symposium on Computational Biology and Genome Information Systems & Technology
March 15-17, 2001, Regal University Center, Durham, N.C., USA
http://www.ee.duke.edu/cbgi/

SPONSORED BY: 
Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University; Information Science Journal; 
National Biomedical Research Foundation

PLENARY AND KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Dr. Mark Adams, VP Genome Programs, Celera Genomics 
Dr. Russell F. Doolittle, Professor, University of California, San Diego 
Dr. Joseph Nevins, James B. Duke Professor, Duke University 
Dr. Jeffrey M. Trent, Director, Chief Cancer Genetics Branch, NIH/NHGRI 

IMPORTANT DATES: 
Oct 13, 2000	Papers due to Program Subcommittee Chairs
Nov 01, 2000	Authors notified of acceptance or rejection
Dec 01, 2000	Deadline for submission of revised papers to Symposium Manager

STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS: 
T. Critchlow (LLNL, CA); Richard Fair (Duke University); J. Gattiker (Los Alamos 
National Lab); Joseph Jaja (University of Maryland); L. Ripley (University of Medicine 
and Dentistry of New Jersey); B. Shapiro (National Cancer Institute); Jason Wang (New 
Jersey Institute of Technology); Paul P. Wang (Duke University, Symposium Chair); 
Cathy Wu (NBRF, Georgetown University) 

SYMPOSIUM TOPICS: 

Bioinformatics & Genome Research:
- Gene Identification and Gene Family Classification 
- Sequence Search and Alignment 
- Protein Structure Prediction and Molecular Simulation 
- Bio-Ontology and Database Interoperability 
- Molecular Biology Databases and Data Mining 
- Motif Discovery 
- Molecular Evolution and Phylogeny 
- Functional Genomics 
- Genetic Network 
- Gene Expression Analysis 

Hardware & Biochips:
- Array Making 
- Array Reading 
- DNA chips 
- Gene Expression 
- Drug Design 
- Non-DNA Arrays 

Interface & Computational Technology:
- Algorithms & Data Structure 
- Computational Intelligence 
- Data Management & Mining 
- Evolutionary Computing 
- Fuzzy Logic 
- Genetic Algorithms 
- Machine Learning 
- Neural Network 
- Information Theory 
- Pattern Recognition 

SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS: 

Papers should be a maximum of 5 pages, 10 point font, double column, single space, 
camera-ready only. Papers should be submitted for review to one of the following three 
subcommittee chairs by October 13, 2000. 

Bioinformatics & Genome Research:
Cathy H. Wu, Ph.D.
Director of Bioinformatics
National Biomedical Research Foundation
Georgetown University Medical Center
3900 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, DC 20007-2195 
Phone: (202) 687-2121, Fax: (202) 687-1662 
Email: wuc at nbrf.georgetown.edu
*Electronic copies in MSWord or PDF format preferable; postscript copies acceptable. 

Hardware & Biochips:
Alex Shenderov, Ph.D.
Nanolytics Co.
4225-4 Avent Ferry Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27606
Email: ashend at bellsouth.net
*Electronic copies in MSWord format only are acceptable. 

Interface & Computational Technology:
Prof. Jason T. L. Wang
Department of Computer and Information Science 
New Jersey Institute of Technology 
University Heights, Newark, New Jersey 07102, USA
E-mail: jason at cis.njit.edu
Phone: (973) 596-3396 
Fax: (973) 596-5777 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE MEMBERS: 
William K. Allard (Duke University); N.G.Bourbakis (Binghamton University); Shu 
Yuan Chen (Taiwan, ROC); Heng-Da Cheng (Utah State University); David K. Y. Chiu 
(Canada); Jim Clark (Duke University); A. L. Crumbliss (Duke University); Terence 
Critchlow (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory); Cliff Cunningham (Duke 
University); Mark Danielsen (Georgetown University); Daniel Davison (Bristol-Myers 
Squibb, CT); Michael Gribskov (San Diego Supercomputing Center); Ashley Heath 
(SIGMA-GENOSYS); Tao Hsieh (Duke University); Toni Kazic (Washington 
University); Stephen A. Krawetz (Wayne State University); Thomas H. LaBean (Duke 
University); Kim Laurio (Sweden); Simon Lin (Duke University); Richard A. Lucic 
(Duke University); Doug Marchuk (Duke University); Larry Marks (Duke University); 
James O. McNamara (Duke University); Boris Mirkin (UK); Steve Mount (University of 
Maryland); Mike Munley (Duke University); Krishna Palaniappan (Gene Logic); David 
J. Pickup (Duke University); Dave Rizzieri (Duke University); Othel Rolle (Novartis 
Pharmaceuticals); Da Ruan (Belgium); John Sampson (Duke University); Sean Scully 
(Duke University); Timothy Shih (Tamkang U, ROC); Gautam B. Singh (Oakland 
University); Ralph Sinibaldi (Operon Technologies); Clay Smith (Duke University); 
Bruno Sobral (VA Tech); Rainer Spang (Duke University); Nancy Sung (Burroughs 
Wellcome Fund); Marilyn J. Telen (Duke University); Jean-Francois Tomb (DuPont); 
Christopher Town (TIGR, MD); Amitabh Varshney (University of Maryland); Jeffrey S. 
Vitter (Duke University); Honghui Wan (NIH); Jinhua Wang (China); W. G. Wilson 
(Duke University); Harry Zuzan (Duke University) 

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Full Registration 	$275
Student Registration	$150

For further information, you may contact us at: 
CBGIST
Pratt School of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Duke University, Box 90291
Durham, NC 27708 USA
Telephone: (919)660-5271
Fax (919)660-5293
E-mail: cbgi at ee.duke.edu or menzies_ap at compuserve.com


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