[Computational-biology] Final Call for Papers: Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics (PRIB'06)

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Final Call for Papers


2006 Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics (PRIB'06)

August 20, 2006

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong


Sponsored by

The IAPR Technical Committee (TC-20) on Pattern Recognition for


Organized by

School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University,

Computer Science and Engineering, the Pennsylvania State University, USA


 Held along with the International Conference on Pattern Recognition



The goal of the workshop is to present recent research results,
including significant 

work-in-progress in the areas of pattern recognition applied to

It will bring together top researchers, practitioners, and students from
around the world 

to discuss the applications of pattern recognition methods in the field
of bioinformatics 

to solve problems in life sciences. 

Topics of applications include but are not limited to: sequence
analysis, gene and protein 

expression data analysis, structure prediction and folding, protein
docking and drug design, 

metabolic pathway analysis, medical imaging and a variety of other

Pattern recognition techniques of interests include: statistical,
syntactic, and structural 

approaches, neural networks, fuzzy techniques, genetic algorithms,
graphical models, data 

mining techniques and their hybrids. 


The papers presented at the workshop will be published in the workshop

The papers should follow IEEE conference format, as stipulated by
ICPR'06, and not 

exceed 6 pages. 


The IEEE conference proceeding formatting guidelines (8.5"x11") are
located here:

Conference Publishing Forms


All submissions will be electronic and should be done via PRIB'06 site: 



Important Dates:

Deadline for paper submission:              January 15, 2006

Author notification:                                March 15, 2006

Deadline for camera-ready papers:        May 1, 2006


The extended versions of the selected papers will be invited for
publication in an edited book

that we plan to submit to the Imperial College Press for publication in
their "Advances in 

Bioinformatics and Computational Biology" book series.






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