The BGRS'2008 International Summer School for Young Scientists "Evolution, Systems Biology and High Performance Computing Bioinformatics"

Novosibirsk, Russia
June 29-July 2, 2008

 



 

 

 

 

 

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Dear Colleagues,
The third international school-seminar "Evolutionary, Systems Biology & High Performance Computing Bioinformatics" will take place at Akademgorodok (Novosibirsk, Russia) under the auspices of the BGRS'2008 (Bioinformatics of the Genome Regulation and Structure-2008). The main focus of this interdisciplinary school-seminar will be timely problems of applied supercomputer calculations in resolution of bioinformatics, evolutionary and system biology issues. Leading specialists from Russia and other countries will give lectures on timely issues that arise in parallel computations in biology, particularly in phylogenetic tree building, structural - functional analysis of macromolecules, systems biology.

The program will include the following sections:

  • Introduction to supercomputers and high-performance computing

  • Parallel computing in bioinformatics

  • Parallel computing and algorithms for building phylogenetic trees

  • Theoretical models for genetic macromolecule evolution

  • Computer systems biology

  • Application of theoretical models in analysis of genetic macromolecules evolution

    A session of oral and poster reports of young scientists will be held at the school (the presentation is not required). Young scientists will have the opportunities to present their own work (posters or oral presentations) for discussion. The participants intending to present their contribution as poster or oral report are requested to submit an abstract of 1 printed page in English by e-mail in Microsoft Word file. The decision on acceptance will be communicated by May 1, 2006. Please find abstract format information at the Call for abstract page. Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations, including three awards for the oral presentations and one award for poster presentations.

        

    Prizes (up to $100) will be awarded for the best presentations, including three awards for the oral presentations and one award for poster presentations.

    The attendees of the courses and workshops will receive certificates.

    We would be very grateful if you could spread this information among your colleagues who also could be interested in attending the Summer School.

    All the participants of the School will receive the materials of the School in electron format on CD.

    We would be very grateful, if you would spread this information among your colleagues who also might be interested in attending the Summer School.

    We believe that your participation will contribute to the success of the School, a good background for fostering international contacts will be provided.

    Looking forward to seeing you in Novosibirsk, Scientific/Organizing Committee

    For the BGRS'2008 summer school, please see the web-site for:
    http://www.bionet.nsc.ru/meeting/bgrs_school_2008/

    To register, please visit registration page Russian/NIS citizenship participants:
    http://www.bionet.nsc.ru/meeting/bgrs_school_2008/registration_rus.html

    For participants outside Russia:
    http://www.bionet.nsc.ru/meeting/bgrs_school_2008/registration.html

    Contact E-mail: bgrs_school@bionet.nsc.ru;

    EXTENDED DEADLINES

  • April 1, 2008 One-page abstracts that may be published at BGRS'2006 proceedings.

  • May 1, 2008 Presentation acceptance notifications sent out.

  • May 1, 2006 Registration of participants at the site of the School
    ( http://www.bionet.nsc.ru/meeting/bgrs_school_2008/registration.html ).

    Registration fee.

    Registration of participants at the site of the Conference

    The registration fee is 1000 roubles (~$40), the fee does not cover the expenses for accommodation and meals. The Conference registration fee is to be paid in cash at the registration desk. A receipt will be issued immediately.



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    IC&G  SB RAS,
    Laboratory of Theoretical Genetics