[Computational-biology] CIBCB 2007 special sessions and deadlines

Clare Bates Congdon via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by congdon from gmail.com)
Sun Oct 29 08:49:01 EST 2006


CIBCB 2007
 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in
 Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
 April 1-5, 2007, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

LATEST NEWS: The submission deadline for the accepted special
sessions is NOVEMBER 8th:
1. Special Session on Fuzzy Systems in Bioinformatics
2. Special Session on Computational Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering

The submission website will remain open after the special session
deadline and after the regular paper deadline (Oct. 31st) and papers
will be reviewed on a time/reviewer availability basis.

We look forward to receiving your high quality submissions, for the
regular session and/or the special sessions, discussing the latest
advances in the field of computational intelligence and their
application to real-world problems in biology.

Relevant topics include but are not limited to:
 gene expression array analysis,
 RNA structure prediction
 protein folding and structure prediction,
 protein-protein interaction
 motif and pattern detection,
 drug design,
 binding site prediction,
 molecular sequence alignment,
 sequence analysis,
 disease informatics,
 metabolic pathway analysis,
 gene regulatory networks,
 microarray analysis,
 medical imaging and pattern recognition,
 analysis of large biological data sets,
 phylogenetic tree reconstruction and analysis,
 gene ontology (GO),
 cell simulation and modelling,
 ecological modeling,
 biological theory

The use of computational intelligence should play a substantial role
in submitted papers. Submissions will be peer reviewed and accepted
papers will be published in the conference proceedings.  Authors are
expected to present their paper at the symposium.

Please see the CIBCB web site for submission details and the latest
news on keynote talks, tutorials, and special sessions:
 http://www.cibcb.org

Best regards,

 IEEE CIBCB 2007 General co-Chairs:
    David Corne,
    Jagath Rajapakse,
    Gwenn Volkert,
 and the entire CIBCB'07 Organizing Committee



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