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[Bionews] BGRS'2005 Summer School "Evolution, Systems Biology and High Performance Computing Bioinformatics"

Dmitry Afonnikov ada at bionet.nsc.ru
Wed Jun 22 02:40:03 EST 2005


The International School of Young Scientist
"Evolution, Systems Biology and High Performance Computing Bioinformatics",
Novosibirsk, September 11-16, 2005

INFORMATIONAL LETTER
Dear Colleagues!
The International School of Young Scientist "Evolution, Systems Biology and
High Performance Computing Bioinformatics" will be held under the auspicies
of the BGRS (Bioinformatics of the Genome Regulation and Structure)
conference at Academgorodok, September 11-16, 2005. The conference is
organized by the Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Siberian Branch of the
Russian Academy of Sciences and is supported by the Russian Foundation for
Basic Research.
It will be an interdisciplinary workshop concerned with the application of
supercomputer  technologies to the problems of evolutionary and systems
biology. It will be a continuation of the lines of scientific inquiry
followed in the preceding BGRS conferences at Akademgorodok. Leading
Scientists in Russia and outside it will be involved as professionals in the
promotion of parallel computing applications   to modern biological
problems, such as phylogenetic tree building, modeling of nucleotide and
amino acid sequence evolution, integrative or systems biology.
The Summer School WWW-site: http://www.bionet.nsc.ru/meeting/bgrs_school/
E-mail address: bgrs_school at bionet.nsc.ru

Registration and abstract submission.
To participate in the School, registration at the Summer School WWW-site is
needed before August 1, 2005 (for foreign participants)
Additional information is available at the Summer School WWW-site.


Organizing Commettee address:
10, Lavrentyev Ave.,
Institute of Cytology  and Genetics SB RAS,
Novosibirsk, 634090, Russia.
Dmitry Afonnikov
Tel.: (3832) 33-29-71
Fax.: (3832) 33-12-78





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