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Conference: IEEE Computer Society Bioinformatics Conference (call for papers)
Submitted by Mark Luo; posted on Monday, February 17, 2003 (1 comment)
Submitter IEEE Computer Society Bioinformatics Conference
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
August 11-14, 2003

You are invited to submit a paper to the 2003 IEEE Computer Society Bioinformatics Conference (CSB2003). The conference?s goal is to facilitate collaboration between computer scientists and biologists by presenting cutting edge computational biology research findings. While such research has an interdisciplinary character, CSB2003 emphasizes the computational aspects of bioinformatics research. Computer science papers must show biological relevance, and biology papers must stress the computational aspects of the results.

Important Dates:
- Submission date: April 1, 2003
- Acceptance date: May 19, 2003
- Final Revision date: June 14, 2003

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Call For Papers Fuzzy Sets in Bioinformatics
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Wednesday, April 30, 2003
CALL FOR PAPERS JOURNAL OF FUZZY SETS AND SYSTEMS Special Issue on Fuzzy Sets and Systems in Bioinformatics Guest Editors: Dr. David Pelta, University of Granada, Spain Dr. Natalio Krasnogor, University of Nottingham, UK A forthcoming issue of the Journal of Fuzzy Sets and Systems will be devoted to provide the state-of-art in the application of fuzzy sets and systems to bioinformatics, highlighting new and promising research areas. Bioinformatics lies at the interface between biology, computer science and information technology. The ultimate goal of the field is to enable the discovery of new biological insights as well as to create a global perspective from which unifying principles in biology could be discerned. Moreover, Computational and mathematical insights gained in the pursuit of bioinformatics excellence have already impacted on other areas of the mathematical and computer sciences. The application of fuzzy sets and systems (FSS) to bioinformatics gives raise to an emergent area that is growing fast as both scientific communities met. The use of FSS in Bioinformatics could be fruitful in at least two ways: * Providing the formal tools to deal with the aspects of uncertainty, vagueness and fuzziness that are inherent to bioinformatics problems * Improving reliability and robustness by hybridising with other optimisation/machine learning techniques The purpose of this special issue is to highlight and explore some of the more recent theoretical and practical advances in the field of Fuzzy Sets and Systems with an application to Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. Original, high-quality papers providing insights and results on the application of FSS to bioinformatics are sought, addressing issues including(but not restricted to): * Theoretical methods and models for FSS in bioinformatics. * Novel hybridisation methods with other optimisation/machine learning techniques. * Data mining, Knowledge discovery and interpretation of biological data repositories. * Phylogenetic reconstruction * Structure/Sequence analysis/prediction for bio-molecules. * Performance comparisons with other optimisation/machine learning techniques. * Network reconstruction for development, expression, metabolism, catalysis, regulation, etc. * Methodologies/philosophy/pedagogy of bioinformatics as a multidisciplinary activity. * hardware implementation of fuzzy or fuzzy/hybrid systems for bioinformatics applications Each submitted article would be rigorously evaluated following the revision process normally applied in the Journal of Fuzzy Sets and Systems. This process will be based on assessing the originality, significance, technical soundness, clarity of exposition and level of contribution of FSS techniques and methods that are present in the submitted paper. The article should preferably be written using Elsevier Science's document class 'elsart', or alternatively the standard document class 'article'. See the journal web page: http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/fss for more information about formatting. Although the format for this first submission is not strict, each accepted article should be written in LaTex following the journal guidelines. Contributions should be sent electronically, (as a single PS or PDF file) to both of the addresses indicated below: Dr David A. Pelta E mail: dpelta@decsai.ugr.es Department of Computer Science and A.I ETSI Informatica University of Granada, Spain Dr Natalio Krasnogor E mail: Natalio.Krasnogor@nottingham.ac.uk Automated Scheduling, Planning and Optimisation Group School of Computer Sciences and Information Technology University of Nottingham, UK Important Dates: Deadline for Submission: Dec, 15 2003 Notification of acceptance: March, 20 2004 Deadline for final version (in elsevier latex format): May, 1 2004
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