2nd Annual International Conference on BioInformatics and Computational Biology (BICB 2012) Special (BICB 2012)

Venue: Hotel Fort Canning

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Mar 12, 2012 End Date/Time: Mar 13, 2012
Paper Submission Date: Oct 28, 2011
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The aim of this BICB conference is to provide a platform for communication among top notch researchers, practitioners, and students from around the world in different fields of computer science, computer engineering, applied computing and computational biology to discuss the latest advances in the development of computing techniques and their application to life sciences.

The conference will feature original research in all areas of bio-informatics and computational biology, and covering the entire spectrum of underlying computational techniques in topics such as genome analysis sequence analysis, phylogenetics, analysis of high-throughput biological data, systems genetics, population analysis, as well as structural bioinformatics.

• Genome assembly
• Genome and chromosome annotation
• Gene finding, alternative splicing
• Genotype calling.
• EST analysis
• Comparative genomics
• Molecular dynamics and simulation
• Molecular interactions
• Molecular sequence classification
• Molecular sequence & structure databases
• Sequence analysis and clustering
• RNA and DNA structure sequencing
• Phylogeny estimation
• Comparative biological methods
• Population genetics
• Structural Bioinformatics
• Microarrays
• Linkage analysis
• Association analysis
• Population simulation,
• Haplotyping
• Marker discovery
• Systems biology
• Molecular biology
• Pultiscale modeling
• Combinatorics and bioinformatics
• Biological databases & information retrieval
• Bio-ontologies and semantics
• Biological data integration and visualization

• Biological data mining and knowledge
• Informatics & Statistics in Biopharmaceutical
• Tools and methods for computational
biology and bioinformatics
• Protein modeling
• Proteomics; Protein folding and
fold recognition
• Metabolic modeling and pathways
• Evolution and phylogenetics
• Macromolecular structure prediction
• Medical informatics
• Epidemic models
• Structural and functional genomics
• Amino acid sequencing
• Stochastic modeling
• Cheminformatics
• Computational drug discovery
• Experimental medicine and analysis tools.
• Personalized medicine
• Cancer informatics
• Graph theory and computational biology
• Experimental studies and results
• Application of computational intelligence in
drug design
• High-performance computing & applications
in biology