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CFP: CIBB at WIRN04, September 14-15, 2004, Perugia, ITALY

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CIBB 2004

   INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE  METHODS FOR
		   BIOINFORMATICS AND BIOSTATISTICS

		September 14-15,  2004, Perugia, ITALY

		CIBB 2004 runs as a special session of
	   WIRN 04 - XV ITALIAN WORKSHOP ON NEURAL NETWORKS
       http://siren.dsi.unimi.it/conferences/SI/html/index.html

			FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

JOINTLY ORGANIZED BY
- BIOPATTERNS - European Network of Excellence on Computational Intelligence
                for Biopattern analysis in Support of eHealthcare
- SIREN - Italian Neural Networks Society

AIMS
CIBB 2004 addresses a  cutting edge area of application of Neural Networks,
Fuzzy Logic  and Evolutionary Computation methods. Technical areas include,
but are not  limited to:
- Data and methods for prognosis
- Data  and methods for  diagnosis
- Integration  of clinical  and genetic data
- Proteomics
- Pharmacogenetics

CHAIRS
Francesco Masulli, University of Pisa (Italy)
Antonina Starita,  University of Pisa (Italy)
Roberto Tagliaferri, University of Salerno (Italy)

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper electronic submission deadline:         June 15 2004
Notification of acceptance:                   July 15 2004
Submission of camera-ready papers:            Sept  2 2004

SUBMISSIONS

Papers  must not  be  longer than  6  pages, including  a cover  sheet
stating  (1)  Paper  title;   (2)  Keywords;  (3)  Authors  names  and
affiliations;  (4) Corresponding  author's name  and  contact details,
including  telephone/fax numbers and  e-mail address.   For electronic
submission refer to
http://siren.dsi.unimi.it/conferences/SI/html/index.html
All accepted papers submitted  by registered participants to WIRN 2004
will be  included in the proceedings  book of WIRN 2004,  that will be
published by an international Publisher.

REGISTRATION FEES
The registration to WIRN 2004 includes the free participation at CIBB 2004.




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