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[3rd CFP] CMSB2013 (deadline extended) - The 11th Annual Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology

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    CALL FOR PAPERS CMSB 2013 The 11th Annual Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology 23-25 September, 2013 IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria
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      CALL FOR PAPERS

      CMSB 2013
      The 11th Annual Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology

      23-25 September, 2013
      IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria
      http://ist.ac.at/cmsb13

      IMPORTANT DATES

      Abstract deadline 17 April, 2013
      Paper submission deadline 22 April, 2013
      Author notification 27 May, 2013
      Poster submission deadline 27 May, 2013
      Poster notification 10 June, 2013
      Camera-ready deadline 24 June, 2013

      AIM & SCOPE

      CMSB 2013 solicits original research articles on the computational
      modeling and analysis of biological systems, pathways, networks,
      data, and corresponding application domains. The conference brings
      together computer scientists, biologists, mathematicians, engineers,
      and physicists interested in a system-level understanding of biological
      processes. It covers theory, computation, experimental data, as well
      as applications.

      Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

      * original paradigms, formalisms, and languages for modeling biological
      processes
      * original models together with their application domains
      * frameworks, techniques, and tools for verifying, validating, analyzing,
      and simulating biological systems
      * high-performance computational systems biology and parallel
      implementations
      * inference from high-throughput experimental data
      * model integration from biological databases
      * multi-scale modeling and analysis methods
      * synthetic biology

      Case studies in systems and synthetic biology are especially encouraged.

      Submitted papers should describe original work that has not been
      previously published and is not under review for publication elsewhere.

      There will be an award for Best Paper and a cash prize of $500 USD for
      the Best Student Paper. The criteria for a Student paper are that the
      leading (corresponding) author should be registered in a Masters or
      PhD program, and the contributions and percentages of effort by all
      authors should be clearly stated in an appendix, outside the page
      limit, indicating that the submission is in this category. The cash
      prize is donated by TCSIM (the IEEE Technical Committee on Simulation).

      Proceedings will be published by Springer LNCS/LNBI.

      After the conference, a selection of papers will be invited to be
      extended and submitted to a special issue of Theoretical Computer
      Science.

      PAPER SUBMISSION

      Papers must be edited in LATEX using the LNCS format and be submitted
      electronically as PDF files via EasyChair. The limit for submissions
      is 12 pages.

      POSTER TRACK

      CMSB 2013 also solicits poster submissions. The abstract of each poster
      will get 2 pages in the proceedings. Selected posters will also be

      given slots of short talks at the conference.

      WE ESPECIALLY ENCOURAGE POSTER SUBMISSION FROM EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGISTS!
      In order to facilitate biologists to attend the conference and present
      their work, a limited number of travel stipends for students and
      postdocs presenting biology posters will be available.


      INVITED SPEAKERS

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      PROGRAM COMMITTEE

      * Luca Cardelli ( Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK )
      * Vincent Danos ( University of Edinburgh, UK )
      * Hidde De Jong ( INRIA, Grenoble, France )
      * Finn Drablos ( NTNU, Trondheim, Norway )
      * Fran├žois Fages ( INRIA, Rocquencourt, France )
      * Jerome Feret ( INRIA, Paris, France )
      * Jasmin Fisher ( Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK )
      * Walter Fontana ( Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA )
      * Radu Grosu ( Technical University, Vienna, Austria )
      * Calin Guet ( IST Austria )
      * Ashutosh Gupta ( IST Austria )
      * Monika Heiner ( Brandenburg University, Cottbus, Germany )
      * Thomas Henzinger ( IST Austria )
      * Jane Hillston ( University of Edinburgh, UK )
      * William Hlavacek ( Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA )
      * Eric Klavins ( University of Washington, Seattle, USA )
      * Heinz Koeppl ( ETH Zurich, Switzerland )
      * Marta Kwiatkowska ( University of Oxford, UK )
      * Oded Maler ( CNRS, Grenoble, France )
      * Wolfgang Marwan ( University of Magdeburg, Germany )
      * Tommaso Mazza ( IRCCS Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza Mendel, Rome, Italy )
      * Ilya Nemenman ( Emory University, Atlanta, USA )
      * Alberto Policriti ( University of Udine, Italy )
      * Corrado Priami ( Microsoft Research and University of Trento, Italy )
      * Saurabh Srivastava ( University of California, Berkeley, USA )
      * Joerg Stelling ( ETH Zurich, Switzerland )
      * Carolyn Talcott ( Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, USA )
      * P.S. Thiagarajan ( National University of Singapore, Singapore )
      * Adelinde Uhrmacher ( University of Rostock, Germany )
      * Jose Vilar ( University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain )
      * Verena Wolf ( Saarland University, Saarbrucken, Germany )

      ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

      * Calin Guet - IST Austria
      * Ashutosh Gupta - IST Austria
      * Thomas Henzinger - IST Austria (program chair)

      STEERING COMMITTEE

      * Finn Drablos - NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
      * Francois Fages - INRIA Paris Rocquencourt, France
      * David Harel - Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
      * Monika Heiner - Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany
      * Tommaso Mazza - IRCCS Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza Mendel, Rome,Italy
      * Satoru Miyano - University of Tokyo, Japan
      * Gordon Plotkin - University of Edinburgh, UK
      * Corrado Priami - CoSBi/Microsoft Research, University of Trento, Italy
      * Carolyn Talcott - Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, USA
      * Adelinde Uhrmacher - University of Rostock, Germany

      SPONSORS

      * European Research Council (ERC)
      * IST Austria
      * Technical Committee for Simulation (TCSIM)
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