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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR POSTERS: Bioinformatics & Biomedicine, Nov 12-15, 2011, USA

IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics & Biomedicine (BIBM'11) Atlanta, GA, USA

Poster submissions are welcome in all areas of bioinformatics and biomedicine relevant to the scope
of BIBM (for a detailed list of topics see the
Call for paper ). 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 co-chairs
Prof. Yufei Huang
University of Texas at San Antonio
Prof. Chandan Reddy
Wayne State University, USA
Prof. Habtom Ressom
Georgetown University, USA
Important dates
 October 1, 2011 - Poster submission deadline
 October  7, 2011 - Notification of poster acceptance
 October,  15, 2011 - Camera-ready submission of poster 
Brief poster abstracts can be submitted by the deadline indicated above through the online 
submission system ( In case difficulties 
are encountered using the on-line systems posters can be submitted by email to one of the poster 
chairs specifying "BIBM 11 Poster Submission" on the "Subject" line. 
Poster abstracts are limited to one page, must be camera-ready, and must follow the same formatting
requirements as the main papers (DOC, PDF, LaTeX macros). 
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 up to 
3 page limit in the poster/workshop proceedings (EI indexed) 

Poster preparation
Boards, tape and/or tacks will be provided for displaying the posters.
Dimensions: Posters must be limited in width to 36".
Readability: Posters should be easy to read from 4-6 ft distance. In particular, the fonts used 
should not be smaller than 18pt (20pt or 24pt are preferred).
Attendance: At least one of the poster co-authors is required to register for the conference and 
to present the poster at the scheduled poster session.

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