Recomb98 deadline: Oct. 20

Eugene Kolker eugene at genome.biotech.washington.edu
Mon Oct 13 15:33:59 EST 1997


		 	 CALL FOR PAPERS
              SECOND ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON                
                   COMPUTATIONAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

                           (RECOMB 98)

                       March 22 - 25, 1998  
                          New York City                   
                                                                  
                           Sponsored by 
                 Association for Computing Machinery 
                              SIGACT

                         with support from
                          SLOAN Foundation 
                      US Department of Energy
 
	      http://www.mssm.edu/biomath/recomb98.html


The Second Annual Conference on Research in Computational Molecular 
Biology (RECOMB 98) will be held in New York City, March 22 - 25, 1998. 
Papers reporting on original research (both theoretical and experimental) 
in all areas of computational molecular biology are sought, including 
surveys of important recent results/directions. Typical but not exclusive 
topics of interest include: 

- Genomics
- Molecular sequence analysis
- Recognition of  genes and regulatory elements
- Molecular evolution
- Protein structure
- Combinatorial libraries and drug design


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: 
Authors are requested to send 10 copies (preferably two sided copies) of a
detailed extended abstract (5-10 pages)  to: 

                        Professor Pavel Pevzner
                        RECOMB 98 Program Chair
                        University of Southern California
                        Department of Mathematics, DRB 155
                        Los Angeles, CA 90089-1113

An abstract must be received by October 20 (!), 1997. This is a firm deadline. 
Simultaneous submission to another conference or journal is allowed.

For more information please visit the conference web page:
http://www.mssm.edu/biomath/recomb98.html


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