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[Bionews] PRIB 2008

Shandar Ahmad via bionews%40net.bio.net (by shandar from nibio.go.jp)
Mon Feb 18 06:37:49 EST 2008

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Third IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition in
October 15-17, 2008
Novotel, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Australia


Important Deadlines:

Paper submission:                       15 April  2008
Proposals for Special Sessions:         15 March  2008 
Proposals for Tutorials:                15 May    2008
Author notification:                    15 May    2008 
Camera-ready papers:                    15 June   2008

PRIB 2008 is aimed at bringing together top researchers, practitioners,
and students from around the world to discuss the applications of
pattern recognition methods in the field of bioinformatics to solve
problems in life sciences. Pattern recognition techniques of interest
include: statistical, syntactic, and structural approaches, Bayesian,
hidden Markov and graphical models, neural networks, fuzzy and genetic
algorithms, data mining, and their hybrids. Papers in areas of (but not
limited to) bio-sequence analysis, gene and protein expression analysis,
structure prediction, protein folding, docking, metabolic pathway
analysis and regulatory networks, system biology, drug design, and
bioimaging, are solicited for presentation at the conference.

All papers will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published
in the conference proceedings as an edited volume in Lecture Notes in
Bioinformatics by Springer. Submission of papers will be electronic and
through the conference website. Proposals for special sessions and
tutorials at the conference are also invited in all related areas of
research. Authors of selected papers presented at the conference will
also be invited for publication in Special Issues of reputed journals. 

Melbourne is a sophisticated city in the south-east corner of mainland
Australia. It is known for its attractive site seeing places, great
events, passion for food and wine and fabulous scenery. Boasting as a
style-setter, Melbourne is home to continuous program of festivals, art
exhibitions and musical extravaganzas. Warning: you might never want to
go home.

For latest information on PRIB 2008, visit the conference web site or
email the secretariat at prib2008.melb from infotech.monash.edu.au

General Chair: 
Madhu Chetty  (Monash University, Australia)

General Co-Chair:
Raj Acharya (Pennsylvania State University, USA)

Program Chair:
Jagath Rajapakse (NTU,  Singapore)

Technical Chairs: 
Elena Marchiori (Vrije University, The Netherlands)
Bertil Schmidt (NICTA, Australia)

Special Session Chairs:
Jennifer Hallinan (New Castle University, UK)
Alioune Ngom (University of Windsor, Canada)

Local Chair:
Shyh Wei Teng (Monash University, Australia)

Publicity Chairs: 
Shandar Ahmad (Inst. of Biomedical Innovation, Japan)
Phoebe Chen (Deakin University, Australia) 
Mariofanna Milanova (University of Arkansas at LR, USA)
Md. Tamjidul Hoque (Griffith University, Australia)

Publication Chairs: 
Sy Loi Ho (NTU, Singapore)
Girija Chetty (University of Canberra, Australia)

Sponsorship Chair: 
Dieter Bulach (CSIRO, Australia)

Finance Manager:
Tim Stephens (Monash University, Australia)

Tina Bradshaw (Monash University, Australia)

Web Master: 
Margot Schuhmacher (Monash University, Australia)

PRIB 2008 Secretariat
Gippsland School of Information Technology
Monash University 
Churchill, Victoria - 3842, Australia
Tel: +61 3 9902 6566    Fax: +61 3 9902 7137
Email: prib2008.melb from infotech.monash.edu.au

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