The Conference will be held in
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society, and by the
Digital Technology Center at the University of Minnesota
The BIBE Symposium provides a common
platform for the cross fertilization of ideas, and to help shape
knowledge and scientific achievements by bridging these two very
important and complementary disciplines into an interactive and
attractive forum. Keeping this objective in mind, BIBE solicits original
contributions in the following non-exclusive list of areas:
Biomedical Informatics and Computation
Bio-molecular and Phylogenetic Databases,
Query Languages, Interoperability, Bio-Ontology and Data Mining, System
Biology, Identification and Classification of Genes, Sequence Search and
Alignment, Protein Structure Prediction and Molecular Simulation,
Molecular Evolution and Phylogeny, Functional Genomics, Proteomics, Drug
Discovery Gene Expression Analysis, Biolanguages, Bioinformatics
Engineering, Data Visualization, Signaling and Computation Biomedical
Data Engineering, Medical Image Processing (Segmentation, Registration,
Fusion), Telemedicine, Modeling and Simulation, Biomedical Imaging.
Biological Systems and Models, Engineering
Models in Biomedicine, Biomedical Sensors, Computer Assisted
Intervention Systems and Robotics, Bionic Human, Cell Engineering,
Molecular and Cellular Systems, Body's and Cell's Bio-signatures, Tissue
A selection of the best papers will be published in an International
Journal relevant to Bioinformatics and Bioengineering.
The symposium will be held at the Digital Technology Center (DTC) at the
University of Minnesota. The DTC is located on the main campus of the
University of Minnesota and is housed in the recently renovated Science
& Engineering Library.
More information about the venue and directions on how to get there can
be found here.