[BioNLP] Call for Paper - GIW2012

p7896116 p7896116 at mail.ncku.edu.tw
Tue Apr 10 08:02:33 EDT 2012


Genome Informatics Workshop (GIW) is the longest running international bioinformatics 
conference in the world. The scope includes all works that are ultimately devoted to 
the computational understanding of biological systems on the molecular basis and the 
aims are to present recent results of both theoretical and practical research, to 
demonstrate biological systems, and to show new applications and directions of future 
research. The first GIW was held at Tokyo in 1990. Since then, GIW has been held 
annually around the countries in Asia-Pacific region. This year's GIW is the 23rd 
anniversary and will be held at Tainan in Taiwan. The purpose of GIW2012 is to provide 
an international forum for scientists and researchers to exchange ideas and approaches.

National Cheng Kung University and Taiwan Society for Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
(TSBSB) are honored to host the GIW2012. We are delighted to give you a warm welcome to 
Tainan in Taiwan.

http://conf.ncku.edu.tw/giw2012/

Papers in all areas related to works that are ultimately devoted to the computational 
understanding of biological systems on a molecular basis will be considered. The aims 
of the conference are to present recent results of both theoretical and practical 
research, to show new applications, to demonstrate systems, and to indicate directions 
of future research. Authors can choose to submit full paper or poster that focuses on 
bioinformatics and computational biology, but not limited to the following areas:
 
-Genome-wide Association Study
-Gene Expression Analysis
-Genomic Database 
-Sequence Analysis
-Functional Genomics
-Next-generation Sequencing
-Structural Genomics
-Simulation of Biological System
-Biomarker Identification and Drug Discovery
-Biological Network Reconstruction and Analysis
-Protein Interaction Networks
-Biological Databases
-Protein Structure and Function Prediction
-Medical and Biomedical Informatics
-Knowledge Extraction from Literature
-Modeling of Biological Systems
-Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
-Bio-data Visualization
-Gene Regulatory Networks
-Comparative Genomics
 
IMPORTANT DATES
Paper submission deadline:    July 15, 2012
Paper decision:    August 16, 2012
Camera-ready due:    September 5, 2012
Poster submission deadline:    October 15, 2012
Conference Dates:    December 12-14, 2012





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