Bioinformatics to Systems Biology 2011
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Fourth virtual conference on "Bioinformatics to Systems Biology"
Online at Bioinformatics.Org
October 28, 2011
About the conference
The first virtual conference on "Bioinformatics to Systems Biology" took place on November 16, 2007, online at the Bioinformatics Organization. The previous conferences BSB'10, BSB'08 and BSB'07 were a big hit. The BSB series including this year's Bioinformatics to Systems Biology 2010 (BSB ’10), is aimed at students and those in the research community who fall under broader disciplines of bioinformatics and systems biology. The BSB ’11 conference (October 28, 2011) will include invited keynote talks within sub-disciplines of these two exciting fields. Ample time will be set aside for discussion during the presentation of participants. In the coming days, we will be adding a lot of information to this website that will provide you with detailed information on BSB ’11.
Bioinformatics Organization (Bioinformatics.Org) has over 30,000 members and currently hosts over 400 projects that are related to Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. The Organization also offers online interactive tutorials on several relevant topics. The tradition of virtual conferences at Bioinformatics.Org dates back to Bioinformatics to Systems Biology 2007 (BSB'07).
The most recent conferences Bifx'11 Afbix '09, BSB'08 ~Bioinformatics to Systems Biology 2008 ignited a spark in the audience across the world through four keynote talks as well as other virtual presentations and posters. The conference brought together over 140 attendees both directly and indirectly across the globe.
- Graduate students and researchers in Computational Biology, Molecular Biology and Medicine
Speakers and Program
- All time EDT*
- Kanagasabai Rajaraman, PhD, A-STAR, Singapore. Semantic Technologies for Life Sciences. 0700hrs
- VS Sundararajan, PhD, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Bioinformatics and Cloud Computing: Challenges 0730hrs
- Sivaramaiah Nallapeta, PhD, Bruker Daltonics, Bangalore, India. Recent Trends and Applications of Mass Spectrometry in Life Sciences: A Bioinformatical Perspective. 0800hrs
- Alfredo Benso, PhD, Politecnico Di Torino, Italy. A Chaotic Model for the Simulation of Biological Systems 0830hrs
No registration required. Click here to go to the conference website and login as guest
Logistics: Presenter checklist
- 1. You will need a computer with Windows or Mac OSX.
- 2. You will need a fast Internet connection using an Ethernet cable. IMPORTANT: Do not use wireless, since it will cause your connection to drop.
- 3. You will need speakers, a microphone and a webcam (recommended) with 320x240 or 640x480 resolution. If you'll be using a headset, a microphone with a foam windscreen is strongly recommended. Test that these work at least a day before the event/course.
- 4. Set your computer's screen resolution to either 1024x768 or 1088x612 (widescreen).
- 5. Increase the font size on any applications that you will be showing. (This should also be a consideration when making slides.)
- 6. Log in to the URL provided (TBA). A host from Bioinformatics.Org will moderate.
- 7. Make sure your cell phone is silenced.
- 8. Make sure your computer isn't capturing/recording desktop sounds (“stereo mix”). Your microphone should be your only capture/recording device.
- 9. Make sure your microphone is positioned below your chin, if using a headset. This will help prevent audio “popping” from your breath.
- 10. Click on the “Share My Desktop” button on the screen.
- 11 Anything you now see on your desktop (such as a slide show) will be seen by the attendees.
Additional information for presenters
NB: The recorded presentations will be available after the main conference to anyone in the world who will not have been able to attend the main event and will also act as a backup in case you the presenter experiences any technical problems on the conference day.