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International Conference on Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics
Delft, The Netherlands, November 2-4 2011

Call for Papers - UPDATED DEADLINE

Please distributed to interested people

In modern biology, high-throughput measurement devices allow scientists 
to gather data at unprecedented rates. To make sense of this data, 
computational biologists and system biologists construct quantitative 
models, many of which depend on pattern recognition techniques. Their 
application is challenging due to the large volumes of data and 
background information, noisy measurements and target outputs, highly 
diverse data types etc.

The Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics conference series aims to 
bring together  researchers, practitioners and students from around the 
world to present and discuss recent developments and applications of 
pattern recognition methods in current bioinformatics, computational 
biology and systems biology. Authors are invited to submit full papers 
in relevant research areas, which include but are not limited to:

     Bio-sequence analysis
     Gene and protein expression analysis
     Biomarker discovery
     Protein structure and interaction prediction
     Motifs and signal detection
     Metabolic modelling and analysis
     Systems and synthetic biology
     Pathway and network analysis
     Immuno- and chemo-informatics
     Evolution and phylogeny
     Biological databases, integration and visualisation

Pattern recognition techniques of interest include:

     Statistical, syntactic and structural pattern recognition
     Datamining and data-based modeling
     Evolutionary computation
     Bayesian networks and graphical models
     Neural networks and fuzzy systems

Invited speakers

     Yves Moreau, Bioinformatics Research Group, K.U.Leuven, Belgium.
     Mark Girolami, Department of Statistical Science, University 
College London.
     Pierre Baldi, Institute of Genomics and Bioinformatics, University 
of California, Irvine.
     Alvis Brazma, European Bioinformatics Institute.
     Berend Snel, Department of Biology, Utrecht University.

Submission, Publication and Grants

Papers should be submitted electronically through the conference 
website. Springer will publish accepted papers in its Lecture Notes in 
Bioinformatics series (LNBI). A limited number of Ph.D. student travel 
grants will be made available; please keep an eye on the website for 
more information.

Important dates

     Paper submission               June 26, 2011
     Author notification            July 25, 2011
     Camera-ready paper             August 24, 2011
     Poster abstract submission     October 2, 2011


General chairs
Marcel Reinders, Delft University of Technology
Dick de Ridder, Delft University of Technology

Programme chairs
Marco Loog, Delft University of Technology
Lodewyk Wessels, Netherlands Cancer Institute

Publicity chairs
David Tax, Delft University of Technology
Thomas Abeel, Ghent University

Invited speaker chairs
Jeroen de Ridder, Delft University of Technology
Manuele Bicego, University of Verona

Steering committee      Ray Acharya, Pennsylvania State University
Madhu Chetty, Monash University
Tom Heskes, Radboud University Nijmegen
Visakan Kadirkamanathan, University of Sheffield
Elena Marchiori, Radboud University Nijmegen
Jagath Rajapakse, Nanyang Technological University
Guido Sanguinetti, University of Sheffield

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