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[Computational-biology] LAST Call for Papers: LDAB@CIBB2014

Andrea Bracciali via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by abb from cs.stir.ac.uk)
Fri May 2 06:28:33 EST 2014


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Few days left!=20
Feel free to contact the Special Session organisers if you have any =
question.


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Second Call for Papers



Large-scale and HPC data analysis in bioinformatics:=20
Intelligent methods for computational, systems and synthetic biology.

26-28 June 2014 =20
University of Cambridge, UK

http://www.cussb.unisr.it/cibb2014/ss.html#LSAHDAIB



Special Session of CIBB 2014:

Eleventh International Meeting on=20
Computational Intelligence Methods for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics
http://www.cussb.unisr.it/cibb2014/index.html


*** Submission deadline: 5th May 2014 ***
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AIMS and SCOPE

Biomedical research is currently facing the Big Data wave created by the=20=

huge amount of experiments performed every day in omics sciences.=20
This new situation demands appropriate IT-infrastructures and scalable=20=

software to analyse data within an acceptable timespan. Massive parallel=20=

clusters, distributed technologies, on-Chip solutions such as GPGPU and=20=

Xeon Phi must be exploited with adequate algorithmic solutions to reach=20=

their full potential.=20

The aim of this special session is to bring together researchers =
interested in=20
cutting-edge methods to address the challenges posed by the huge amount=20=

of data produced in omics science. The idea is to present the latest=20
advancements concerning High Performance Computing solutions required=20
to treat multi-omics data and the related Big Data paradigms that are =
needed=20
to manage the large-scale challenges of current computational biology.=20=


Examples of relevant areas of interest within this context include - but =
are not=20
limited to -

- Next-Generation Sequencing data analysis and interpretation,=20
- Genomics patterns identification and mining,=20
- Transcriptomics and Proteomics data integration,=20
- Systems Biology models simulation and optimization,=20
- Structural Biology and Molecular Dynamics,=20
- Synthetic Biology circuits design and simulation.


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

http://www.cussb.unisr.it/cibb2014/calls.html#submissions

Papers should be submitted in PDF format on the Easy Chair conference =
system.=20
Paper length should be at least 4 pages and should not exceed 6 pages.=20=

Papers are required to be structured according to the following five =
sections:

	=95 1. Scientific background
	=95 2. Material and methods
	=95 3. Results
	=95 4. Conclusion
	=95 5. References (no more than 10)

(Please refer to the latex template on the web page for more accurate =
instructions).
Please note that only PDF versions of papers can be accepted, as the =
proceedings=20
of CIBB will be produced starting from them.

A correct submission requires selecting this special session in the =
submission system.=20


PUBLICATION

Each paper will be peer-reviewed and the resulting scores used to =
determine invitations
for oral or poster presentations.=20

Following the conference, an extended version of the presented =
contributions (12 page=20
format) will be considered for publication in the Springer=92s Lecture =
Notes in Bioinformatics=20
(LNBI) series.=20

Moreover, a selection of the best papers will be considered for pu	=
blication in a special=20
issue of BMC Bioinformatics dedicated to CIBB2014.


IMPORTANT DATES

Paper submission: 		5th May 2014
Acceptance notification: 	10th May 2014
Camera ready due: 		30th May 2014
Conference: 			26th - 28th June 2014

ORGANISERS

Andrea Bracciali, University of Stirling, UK
Ivan Merelli, CNR-ITB, Italy


CONTACTS

Andrea Bracciali, University of Stirling, UK

Computing Science and Mathematics
School of Natural Sciences
Stirling University=20
abb from cs.stir.ac.uk
+44 (0)1786 467446


Ivan Merelli, CNR-ITB, Italy

Institute for Biomedical Technologies
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche=20
ivan.merelli from itb.cnr.it
+39 02 26422600











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