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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 4 Jan 2011 08:58:10 -0500
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Giri Narasimhan wrote:
>
> IEEE-Computer-Society
>
> *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/ (Chair) U. of Connecticut
>
> /John Reif/ Duke University
>
> /Sartaj Sahni/ U. of Florida
>
> * *
>
> *GENERAL CHAIR*
>
> /S. Rajasekaran / U. of Connecticut
>
> * *
>
> *PROGRAM CHAIRS*
>
> /Ion Mandoiu/ U. of Connecticut
>
> /Satoru Miyano/ U. of Tokyo
>
> /Teresa Przytycka/ NLM/NCBI**
>
> * *
>
> *WORKSHOP CHAIRS*
>
> /Dumitru Brinza/ Life Technologies
>
> /Raja Jothi/ NIEHS
>
> /Sing-Hoi Sze/ Texas A&M U.
>
> *PUBLICITY CHAIRS*
>
> /Giri Narasimhan /Florida Intl. U.
>
> *FINANCE CHAIRS*
>
> /Reda A. Ammar/ U. of Connecticut
>
> /Chun-Hsi Huang /U. of Connecticut
>
> * *
>
> *LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS CHAIR*
>
> /Sumit Kumar Jha/ U. of Central Florida
>
> 	
>
> *CALL FOR POSTERS *
>
> *1^st IEEE International Conference on Computational Advances in Bio 
> and Medical Sciences (ICCABS)*
>
> *Feb. 3-5, 2011, Holiday Inn – in the Walt Disney Resort, Orlando, 
> Florida*
>
> 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 an abstract in PDF format 
> by following the instructions at 
> http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iccabs11. 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 1 page in length. Accepted abstracts will be 
> published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. In addition to being 
> displayed, each accepted poster will also be allocated a short time 
> for an oral presentation. Each poster title should start with the word 
> “Poster:”
>
> *POSTER CHAIRS*
>
> · */Rachel O’Neill/**, University of Connecticut*
>
> · */Raj Sunderraman/**, Georgia State University*
>
> *KEY DATES*
>
> *Abstract submission*
>
> *Notification of acceptance*
>
> *Camera-ready version and author registration*
>
> 	
>
> *January 5, 2011*
>
> *Jan. 10, 2011*
>
> *Jan. 20, 2011*
>
> * **http://www.iccabs.org/***
>
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