[BiO BB] Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Symposium (Submission Deadine Extended to June 12)

Mark Clement clement at cs.byu.edu
Sat Jun 3 16:55:10 EDT 2006

Many authors asked for an extension of the submission deadline.  The  
will now be June 12, 2006, but there will be no further extensions.

Call for Papers

Provo, Utah
October 20-21, 2006

Research and development in biotechnology requires the collaboration  
of scientists and engineers in
fields such as biology, chemistry, computer science, chemical  
engineering, and electrical engineering.
This symposium will bring together scientists, engineers and scholars  
from relevant fields with
practitioners from industry in order to help each group to understand  
progress made in the area as
a whole.

The Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Symposium 2006 will be held in  
Provo , Utah on
October 20-21, 2006, hosted by Brigham Young University.

Topics of interest include:
     Bio-molecular and Phylogenetic Databases
     Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetic analysis
     Drug Delivery Systems
     Bio-Ontology and Data Mining
     Sequence Search and Alignment
     Microarray Analysis
     System Biology
     Pathway analysis
     Identification and Classification of Genes
     Protein Structure Prediction and Molecular Simulation
     Functional Genomics
     Tertiary structure prediction
     Drug Docking
     Gene Expression Analysis
     Biomedical Imaging

An extended abstract or a paper must report significant research  
results, findings or advances within
its own field. However, since the symposium is geared toward a  
diverse audience of biologists, computer
scientists, chemists, engineers, technology transfer individuals,  
graduate students, professors,
industry individuals, etc., the papers or extended abstracts must be  
presented in a lucid manner
accessible to such individuals.  A pdf version of your paper can be  
submitted at

Dr. Mark Clement
Department of Computer Science
Brigham Young University
3370 TMCB
Provo, Utah 84602
(801) 422-7608
clement at cs.byu.edu

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