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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 20 Oct 2011 15:24:17 -0400
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On 10/18/2011 10:55 PM, ICCABS Mailing List wrote:
>
>                             CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>                    2nd IEEE International Conference on
>         Computational Advances in Bio and Medical Sciences 
> (ICCABS)
>
>                    Feb. 23-25, 2012, Las Vegas, Nevada
>
>                          http://www.iccabs.org/
>
> Advances in high-throughput technologies such as DNA 
> sequencing and mass spectrometry are profoundly 
> transforming life sciences, resulting in the collection of 
> unprecedented amounts of biological and medical data. 
> Using this data to advance our knowledge about fundamental 
> biological processes and improve human health requires 
> novel computational models and advanced analysis 
> algorithms.  IEEE ICCABS aims to bring together leading 
> academic and industry researchers to discuss the latest 
> advances in computational methods for bio and medical 
> sciences.
>
>
> SCOPE
>
> Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
>
> * Biological modeling and simulation: Molecular and 
> cellular modeling,
>   stochastic and rule-based modeling, modeling languages 
> and systems
>
> * Biomedical image processing: Image segmentation and 
> classification,
>   visualization, functional and molecular imaging
>
> * Biomedical data and literature mining: Data integration, 
> knowledge
>   discovery from electronic medical records and scientific 
> literature
>
> * Computational genetic epidemiology: Linkage and 
> association analysis,
>   gene-gene and gene-environment interaction modeling, 
> genetic risk
>   analysis
>
> * Computational metabolomics: Metabolomics databases, 
> metabolite
>   identification, spectral analysis, metabolic network 
> modeling
>
> * Computational proteomics: Peptide identification and 
> quantification,
>   post-translational modifications, protein-protein 
> interactions
>
> * Databases and ontologies: Biomedical data warehouses, 
> database
>   integration, biomedical ontologies and semantic web 
> services
>
> * Gene regulation: Regulatory motifs and modules, 
> post-transcriptional
>   regulation, regulatory networks
>
> * Genome analysis: Genome assembly, genome annotation, 
> comparative
>   genomics, metagenomics
>
> * Health Informatics: Medical data management and privacy, 
> medical
>   recommender systems, therapy optimization
>
> * High-performance bio-computing: Cloud and grid 
> computing, advanced
>   multi-core, GPU, and FPGA biomedical applications
>
> * Immunoinformatics: Epitope prediction, vaccine design, 
> immune system
>   simulators
>
> * Molecular evolution: Models of evolution, reconstruction of
>   phylogenetic trees and networks, comparative genomics
>
> * Population genomics: Haplotype and recombination 
> analysis, structural
>   genomic variation, signatures of natural selection
>
> * Sequence analysis: Multiple sequence alignment, motif 
> discovery,
>   sequence search and clustering
>
> * Structural bioinformatics: RNA and protein structure 
> prediction and
>   classification, molecular docking, RNA and protein design
>
> * Systems biology: Systems approaches to molecular 
> biology, multi-scale
>   modeling, biological networks, synthetic biology
>
> * Transcriptomics: Microarray and sequencing-based 
> transcriptome
>   profiling, novel transcript discovery, alternative 
> splicing,
>   non-coding RNA analysis
>
>
> SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
>
> Authors are invited to electronically submit extended 
> abstracts in PDF format by following the instructions at 
> http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iccabs12.  
> Submissions should be prepared using IEEE Computer 
> Society's Word/LaTeX templates available at 
> http://www2.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting and 
> should not exceed 6 pages in length.  Accepted abstracts 
> will be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.  
> Special issues of journals on selected extended abstracts 
> are under negotiation. A limited number of student travel 
> awards will be made (conditional upon NSF support).
>
>
> KEY DATES
>
> Abstract submission:        Dec. 22, 2011
> Notification of acceptance: Jan. 25, 2012
> Camera-ready version and
> author registration:        Feb. 2, 2012
>
>
> STEERING COMMITTEE
>
> Srinivas Aluru (Iowa State U.)
> Reda A. Ammar (U. of Connecticut)
> Tao Jiang (U.C. Riverside)
> Vipin Kumar (U. of Minnesota)
> Ming Li (U. of Waterloo)
> S. Rajasekaran (U. of Connecticut), Chair
> John Reif (Duke University)
> Sartaj Sahni (U. of Florida)
>
>
> GENERAL CHAIRS
>
> Sorin Istrail (Brown University)
> S. Rajasekaran (U. of Connecticut)
>
>
> PROGRAM CHAIRS
>
> Ion Mandoiu (U. of Connecticut)
> Mihai Pop (U. of  Maryland)
> John Spouge (NCBI/NIH)
>
>
> FINANCE CHAIR
> Reda A. Ammar (U. of Connecticut)
>
>
> LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS CHAIR
> Martin Schiller (U. of Nevada LV)
>
>
> A pdf version of this CFP is available at 
> http://iccabs.org/files/ICCABS-CFP.pdf
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