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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR WORKSHOP PAPERS, POSTERS: Bioinformatics and Biomedicine 2011


IEEE BIBM 2011

Workshop papers submissions in welcome in all areas of Bioinformatics and Biomedicine in the 
following 14 workshops

Workshop #1: 
 Workshop on Next-generation Sequencing Analysis
 
Workshop #2: 
 Workshop on Computational Advances in Molecular Epidemiology
 
Workshop #3: 
 3rd Workshop on Data Mining for Biomarker Discovery
 
Workshop #4: 
 2nd Workshop on Integrative data analysis in systems biology
 
Workshop #5: 
 Workshop on Hybrid Modeling in Systems Biology
 
Workshop #6: 
 Workshop on Cancer Informatics
 
Workshop #7: 
 Workshop on Computational Structural Bioinformatics
 
Workshop #8: 
 Workshop on Bioinformatics for microRNA and Disease
 
Workshop #9: 
 4th Workshop on Biomolecular Network Analysis
 
Workshop #10: 
 Workshop on Biomedical and Health Informatics
 
Workshop #11: 
 Workshop on Informatics Applications in Therapeutics
 
Workshop #12: 
 Workshop on Data mining for genome-wide association studies
 
Workshop #13: 
 The Second Workshop on Knowledge Engineering, Discovery and Dissemination in Health
 
Workshop #14: 
 The Second International Workshop on Information Technology for Chinese Medicine
 
 
Poster submissions are welcome in all areas of bioinformatics and biomedicine relevant to the 
scope of BIBM. Poster presentations offer the opportunity to present late-breaking results, work 
in progress, or other significant research that is best communicated in a graphical or interactive 
format. We expect the poster session to be the focus of interactions between authors and other 
conference participants, leading to discussions about the work presented, fostering possible 
collaborations, and providing the authors with valuable feedback about their work. Poster 
abstracts are limited to one page, must be camera-ready, and must follow the same formatting 
requirements as the main papers. Posters will be reviewed on the basis of their relevance to the 
scope of the conference and on the scientific quality of the work presented. Each poster paper 
will be published with maximum upto 3 page limit in the poster/workshop proceedings.


Workshop paper submission , poster submssion: 

http://wi-lab.com/cyberchair/2011/bibm11/cbc_index.html

Best regards!

Yours
Xiaohua Tony Hu, Professor

Editor-in-Chief, Int. Jour. of Data Mining & Bioinformatics

IEEE CS Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Steering Committee Chair

IEEE CS Granular Computing Steering Committee Co-Chair

College of Information Science and Technology

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, USA

Tel: 215-8950551  Fax: 215-8952217

Email: xh29@drexel.edu

Http://www.ischool.drexel.edu/faculty/thu