Biomedical Computation at Stanford 2000

Jonathan Dugan bcats at email.com
Fri Sep 29 16:55:05 EST 2000


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Announcing:
                      Biomedical Computation at Stanford 2000
                             http://bcats.stanford.edu

On Saturday, October 28, 2000, Stanford University will host a
symposium called Biomedical Computation at Stanford (BCATS 2000).
Attendance at the BCATS 2000 Symposium is open to both the Stanford
community and local industry.  It will provide an open and
interdisciplinary forum for Stanford students and post-docs to
disseminate and share their latest research in widely ranging fields
involving biomedical computation.

The keynote speakers are:

David Haussler, Ph.D.
UC Presidential Chair in Computer Science
University of California, Santa Cruz
Title: "A Working Draft of the Human Genome"	

and

Richard Satava, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Professor of Surgery
Yale University
Title: "The BioIntelligence Age: Medicine after the Information Age"

Technical content will include:
    -  Informatics, Data Modeling and Statistics
    -  Biomechanical Simulation and Modeling
    -  Structural Biology and Genetics
    -  Biomedical Image Acquisition and Processing
    -  Computer Assisted Interventions and Robotics
    -  Network and Computing Technology in Education

See http://bcats.stanford.edu for more conference information.


o  There is a CALL FOR SUBMISSION for talk and poster abstracts from
Stanford students and postdocs.   The submission deadline is October
6, 2000. See http://bcats.stanford.edu/submit.html for registration
details.


o  Everyone must REGISTER to attend.  Registration is FREE to all
Stanford students, postdocs, and faculty if they register online
before October 10, 2000.  A simple online form is all you have to do!
See http://bcats.stanford.edu/reg.html for registration details.


o  Opportunities exist for industry CO-SPONSORSHIP and involvement.
See http://bcats.stanford.edu/sponsorship.html for registration
details.    Co-sponsorship includes:
    o  Corporate name and logo printed at the end the abstract
	book distributed to all attendees
    o  Corporate name and small logo and web page link at the
	bottom of http://bcats.stanford.edu
    o  Space and a table to present and distribute materials
	during the poster / demonstration session
    o  Registration for up to 3 individuals

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