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Topic: [Call for Submissions] Biological Systems Design 2012 - ISMB 2012 - July 13, 2012, Long Beach, CA
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[Call for Submissions] Biological Systems Design 2012 - ISMB 2012 - July 13, 2012, Long Beach, CA
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Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB 2012)
July 13, 2012 - Long Beach, CA USA

Submission site:

** Important Dates **

Paper submission: April 20, 2012
Author notification: May 4, 2012
Workshop: July 13, 2012

**Keynote Speakers**

- Jef D. Boeke,  Johns Hopkins University
- Christodoulos A. Floudas, Princeton
- Dan Gusfield, UC Davis
- Nathan J. Hillson, Joint BioEnergy Institute
- Christina Smolke, Stanford University

**Invited Speakers**

- Jake Beal, BBN Technologies
- Michal Galdzicki, University of Washington School of Medicine
- Sarah Richardson, Joint Genome Institute

**Aims and Scope**

The complexity of the genomic structure and our limited understanding
of biological processes require new computational methods to
the huge number of possible designs for circuits, pathways, and entire
genomes, with the ideal being the ability to model, simulate and
redesign a biological system in-silicon prior to fabrication, similar
CAD/CAM for physical devices.

Synthetic Biology aims to establish a standard and effective biological
design flow, where biological systems are designed and verified
before in vitro synthesis and in vivo experiments. Each phase of this
process has multiple challenges ranging from managing high-throughput
laboratory operations to developing new software and defining accurate
interoperable computational models.

The Special Interest Group in Biological Systems Design (BSD-SIG 2012)
aims to provide a broad view of the current state-of-the-art for
from biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics and engineering.


- Genome Design
- Protein Design
- Computer Aided Design Tools
- Data management & standards


We encourage submissions in the form of oral and poster presentation;
authors must submit a 1 page abstract specifying the track and the form
of the contribution.

Contributions must be submitted through EasyChair:


We are looking forward to see you in Long Beach:

Joel Bader, Doug Densmore, Swapnil Bathia and Giovanni Stracquadanio

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