62852nd CFP - EvoBio 2014
- Oct 21, 2013
Callfor Papers -- EvoBIO 2014 in Granada, Spain -- 23rd - 25th April, 2014 Partof Evo*
TheEuropean Conference on Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning and Data Mining in Computational Biology
Submissiondeadline: 1 November 2013
Join us in Baeza for EvoBIO, a multidisciplinary conference that brings together researchers working in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology that apply advanced techniques coming from Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning, and Data Mining to address important problems in biology, from the molecular and genomic dimension, to the individual and population level. EvoBIO engages researchers who are developing or applying advanced artificial intelligence or machine learning algorithms to cutting edge problems in bioinformatics and computational biology. Each accepted paper will be presented orally or as a poster at the conference and will be printed in the proceedings published by Springer Verlag in the LNCS series. Possibletopics of interest include:
- Interpreting genomic or metagenomic data
- Discovering regulatory or expression pathways
- Rational drug design and personalized medicine
- Modeling ecosystems or population dynamics
- Discovering genome-disease associations
- Assembling next generation sequence data
EvoBIOand other EvoSTAR conference have significant thematic overlap; often the work of one conference or application is of interest to attendees of another. Select EvoBIO papers may be considered for presentation in a joint session with other EvoSTAR conferences (EuroGP, EvoCOP, and EvoMUSART).
For more information, visit our web page at http://www.evostar.org, or follow us on Twitter @EVOBioConf, join our evobio2014 group on LinkedIn and our EvoBIO group on Facebook, or email to evobio.conference(at)gmail.com.
EvoBIO is interested in papers in three article types:
1. Full research articles (maximum 12 pages) describing new methodologies, approaches, and/or applications (oral or poster presentation).
2. Short reports (maximum 8 pages, poster presentation) describing new methodologies, approaches, and/or applications and System Demonstrations (maximum 8 pages) outlining the nature of the system and describe why the demonstration is likely to be of interest for the conference.
3. Abstracts (maximum 4 pages) discussing work previously published in a journal: it is therefore essential that a reference to the previous article is clearly cited in the abstract (oral or poster presentation).
William S. Bush, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA william.s.bush(at)vanderbilt.edu
Federico Divina, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, Spain fdivina(at)upo.es