DAC Workshop on Modeling of Biological Systems (MoBS'13)
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Austin, TX, June 2 nd 2013

Call for Participation

The First Workshop on Modeling of Biological Systems (MoBS) focuses on computational methods, algorithms, and software tools for the modeling and analysis of biological systems. For biologists, this workshop is an opportunity to showcase their work to an entirely new audience and gain exposure to a new talent pool of potential postdocs and graduate students. For EDA experts, the workshop provides an excellent opportunity to explore challenges in biology and medical research, and recognize potential for new collaborations and novel applications of methods and techniques they are familiar with.

The workshop format includes invited talks by leading researchers in computational biology, oral presentations and posters. The workshop encourages early dissemination of ideas and results highlighting important new problems in the early stages of development, without providing complete solutions.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • biological network inference
  • optimization/learning techniques applied to biological data
  • statistical modeling of biological systems
  • CAD and visualization of biological systems
  • data-mining for bio and health-care systems
  • hybrid methods for bio-system simulation
  • bio-model validation and verification
  • sensitivity analysis for biological systems

Invited Speakers :

  • Edward Dougherty, Texas A&M
  • Dana Pe’er, Columbia
  • Josh Stuart, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Shuichi Takayama, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Key Dates :

Call for abstracts published:             February 20, 2013

Abstract submission deadline:        March 30, 2013

Abstract acceptance notification:     April 15, 2013

Final version due:                           May 10, 2013

Workshop:                                    June 2, 2013, 9am-6:30pm (Program TBA)

Abstract Submission :

You can submit your abstract using EasyChair. Abstracts should not exceed 500 words. The submission should indicate whether you would like your abstract considered for a poster presentation, an oral presentation, or both. Selected abstracts will be distributed to workshop participants and posted on the workshop website.

Workshop Organizers :

Subarna Sinha, Stanford ( Email Contact)
Natasa Miskov-Zivanov, CMU ( Email Contact)
Smita Krishnaswamy, Columbia ( Email Contact)

Program Committee :

Jasmin Fisher, Microsoft Research, UK
Soha Hassoun, Tufts




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