[Computational-biology] Deadline Approaching - ALBIO'08 (Vienna, July 2008 )

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                    CALL FOR PAPERS
 
  Higher School of Sciences and Technologies of Tunis 
                      (Tunisia)

                      Organizes

        Algorithms in Molecular Biology (ALBIO'08)
             Workshop held in parallel with

           2nd International Conference on
    Bioinformatics Research and Development (BIRD’08)

                    www.birdconf.org

         Technical University of Vienna, Austria
                     July 7-9, 2008

  Computational Molecular Biology has emerged from the
Human Genome Project as an important discipline for
academic research and industrial application. The
exponential growth of the size of biological
databases, the complexity of biological problems and
the necessity to deal with errors in biological
sequences, result in time efficiency and memory
requirements. The development of fast, low memory
requirements and high-performances algorithms is thus
increasingly important in Computational Molecular
Biology.

  We are interested in papers that deal with
algorithms that solve fundamental and/or applied
problems in Molecular Biology, that are
computationally efficient, that have been implemented
and experimented on simulated and/or on real
biological sequences, and that provide interesting new
results. The submitted papers should present recent
research results and identify and explore directions
for future research. Topics include, but not limited
to: (i) strings processing, (ii) biological sequences
comparison, (iii) structures prediction, (iv)
phylogeny reconstruction, (v) DNA sequences assembly,
clustering, and mapping, (vi) molecular evolution,
(vii) genes prediction/recognition, (viii) genes
expression (ix) haplotyping (x) genomes rearrangement
(xi) strings barecoding.

  You are invited to submit a draft paper in PDF
format before March 1, 2008 to the Workshop Chair: Dr.
Mourad Elloumi, E.Mail: Mourad.Elloumi from fsegt.rnu.tn or
Mourad12345678 from yahoo.com

  Papers should not exceed 10 pages in Lecture Notes
in Bioinformatics (LNBI) format. All accepted papers
will be published in LNBI

www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html by Springer
Verlag.

  Program Committee:
  . Mourad Elloumi, University of Tunis, Tunisia,
(Chair)
  . Sami Khuri, San José State University, USA
  . Alain Guénoche, Institute of Mathematics of
Luminy, Marseille, France.
  . Nadia Pisanti, University of Pisa, Italy
  . Gianluca Della Vedova, University of
Milano-Bicocca, Italy
  . Pierre Peterlongo, IRISA-INRIA, Rennes, France
  . Jan Holub, Czech Technical University in Prague,
Czech Republic

Important Dates: 
  Submission of Full Papers: March 1, 2008 
  Notification of Acceptance: April 1, 2008 
  Camera-ready Copies: April 15, 2008 



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                    CALL FOR PAPERS
 
  Higher School of Sciences and Technologies of Tunis 
                      (Tunisia)

                      Organizes

        Algorithms in Molecular Biology (ALBIO'08)
             Workshop held in parallel with

           2nd International Conference on
    Bioinformatics Research and Development (BIRD’08)

                    www.birdconf.org

         Technical University of Vienna, Austria
                     July 7-9, 2008

  Computational Molecular Biology has emerged from the
Human Genome Project as an important discipline for
academic research and industrial application. The
exponential growth of the size of biological
databases, the complexity of biological problems and
the necessity to deal with errors in biological
sequences, result in time efficiency and memory
requirements. The development of fast, low memory
requirements and high-performances algorithms is thus
increasingly important in Computational Molecular
Biology.

  We are interested in papers that deal with
algorithms that solve fundamental and/or applied
problems in Molecular Biology, that are
computationally efficient, that have been implemented
and experimented on simulated and/or on real
biological sequences, and that provide interesting new
results. The submitted papers should present recent
research results and identify and explore directions
for future research. Topics include, but not limited
to: (i) strings processing, (ii) biological sequences
comparison, (iii) structures prediction, (iv)
phylogeny reconstruction, (v) DNA sequences assembly,
clustering, and mapping, (vi) molecular evolution,
(vii) genes prediction/recognition, (viii) genes
expression (ix) haplotyping (x) genomes rearrangement
(xi) strings barecoding.

  You are invited to submit a draft paper in PDF
format before March 1, 2008 to the Workshop Chair: Dr.
Mourad Elloumi, E.Mail: Mourad.Elloumi from fsegt.rnu.tn or
Mourad12345678 from yahoo.com

  Papers should not exceed 10 pages in Lecture Notes
in Bioinformatics (LNBI) format. All accepted papers
will be published in LNBI

www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html by Springer
Verlag.

  Program Committee:
  . Mourad Elloumi, University of Tunis, Tunisia,
(Chair)
  . Sami Khuri, San José State University, USA
  . Alain Guénoche, Institute of Mathematics of
Luminy, Marseille, France.
  . Nadia Pisanti, University of Pisa, Italy
  . Gianluca Della Vedova, University of
Milano-Bicocca, Italy
  . Pierre Peterlongo, IRISA-INRIA, Rennes, France
  . Jan Holub, Czech Technical University in Prague,
Czech Republic

Important Dates: 
  Submission of Full Papers: March 1, 2008 
  Notification of Acceptance: April 1, 2008 
  Camera-ready Copies: April 15, 2008 



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