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CFP for Computational Biology Special Session at KES 2005 (Melbourne, Australia, 14-16 September 2005)

Lukasz Kurgan lkurgan at ece.ualberta.ca
Thu Mar 3 16:58:47 EST 2005

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  Call for Papers

  at the 9th International Conference on Knowledge-Based Intelligent 
Information & Engineering Systems (KES 2005)
  Melbourne, Australia, 14-16 September

  (Papers Due: April 5, 2005)

=> TOPICS <=

Papers are sought on a range of topics related to computational biology.
Example topics include, but are not limited to:
- Computational methods for modeling and simulation of biological systems 
like receptors and regulatory network
- Signal processing for genomics problems
- Data mining and pattern recognition methods for functional genomics
- Control theory and systems theory techniques for bioinformatics
- Models for cellular metabolism and inter-cellular signaling
- Modeling and analysis of bioinformatics systems
- Large-scale microarray gene expression data analysis / recognition / 
- Novel architecture and implementation methods for bioinformatics e.g. 
large-scale functional genomics
- Novel hardware/software approaches to genome- and proteome-scale modeling
- Nanotechnology in bioinformatics
- Analysis of protein interaction with other cellular constituents
- Comparative and quantitative proteomics
- Management of genomics and proteomics data
- Post-translational modification analysis
- Structural proteomics


The deadline for submission of the papers is April 5, 2005, directly to the 
organizers listed below:
Krzysztof J. Cios*, M. Karen Newell# and Lukasz Kurgan+
Associate Director, University of Colorado Center for Computational Biology*
University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center*
Director, University of Colorado Bioenergetics Institute#
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs#
University of Alberta at Edmonton+
Krys.Cios at cudenver.edu
mnewell at uccs.edu
lkurgan at ece.ualberta.ca

Notification of acceptance: April 20, 2005
Final papers: April 30, May 2005


The final paper format has to comply with LNCS/LNAI Springer-Verlag guidelines.
The max length is 7 pages. For additional pages, there is a charge of A$115 
per page.
The Springer-Verlag site for downloading paper formatting guidelines:
If you are using word you can download the "word.zip" file from the above 
site for formatting purposes.


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