[Infovis] CFP: 4th International Symposium on Information Visualization in Biomedical Informatics

Urska Cvek ucvek at lsus.edu
Fri Feb 19 21:07:31 CET 2010

   4th International Symposium of Information Visualization in  
Biomedical Informatics (IVBI)
****************** http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/IV09/IVbm.htm  

July 27, 2010  *  London  *  United Kingdom

Paper submission deadline: March 1, 2010

Call for Papers and Participation
Organized as part of the 2010 International Information Visualisation  
Conference, the Fourth International Symposium of Information  
Visualization in Biomedical Informatics (IVBI) is a forum for the  
presentation of original papers in information visualization theory  
and applications to biomedical biomedical and biomolecular data and  
processes. The symposium covers all aspects of visualization and  
issues affecting interaction with large and complex data sets. We  
encourage the submission of papers covering new techniques, old  
techniques applied in novel ways, new methods, interesting  
applications and in-depth surveys.

Proceeding will be published by the IEEE Computer Society, with ISBN  
number, and to be indexed by IEEE Xplore and other major  
bibliographical search engines.

Example topics include, but are not limited to:

Array data (mRNA, exon, CGH, etc.) design and analysis
Biomolecular data and networks, phylogeny
Nucleotide and protein sequence alignment and search
Protein structure, function, sequence analysis
Signaling pathways, biochemical networks
Genetic sequence analysis, comparison and alignment networks
Gene regulation, expression, identification and network
DNA, RNA structure, function, sequence analysis
Biochemical and cellular simulations and models
High-performance computing and parallel rendering
Structural, functional and comparative genomics
Neuroscience and physiology
Drug design
Computer aided diagnosis

Examples of visualization topics include, but are not limited to:

Interaction with data sets, human factors
Data exploration using classical and novel approaches
Visualization and databases
Linking literature and semantics in pathway visualizations
Volume and flow visualization
Annotation and labeling
Overview and detail presentation of predictive or uncertain data
Comparative Methods / User studies / Surveys
Identification of correlated and anomalous relationships in disparate  
data sets

Important Dates:
  1 March 2010 - Submission of papers through online submission system
30 April 2010 - Submission of camera-ready (accepted submissions) and  
early registration
27 July  2010 - Symposium

Symposium URL: http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/IV10/IVbm.htm
Submission procedures: http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/IV10/PAPERS.htm
IV 2010 URL:   http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/IV10/

Symposium chairs:

Urska Cvek, Sc.D.
Computer Science Department
Louisiana State University Shreveport
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Email: ucvek (AT) lsus.edu

Marjan Trutschl, Sc.D.
Computer Science Department
Louisiana State University Shreveport
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Email: mtrutsch (AT) lsus.edu

Georges Grinstein, Ph.D.
Computer Science Department
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Email: grinstein (AT) cs.uml.edu

Instructions for Authors
Reviewing is applied to all submitted papers. Authors are invited to  
upload full original papers to the conference online submission system  
by March 1, 2010. Electronic submissions (PDF) are preferred and  
should be formatted according to the instructions for papers at http://www.graphicslink.co.uk/IV10/PAPERS.htm 
. The final manuscripts for full papers are expected to be no more  
than 6 pages - up to 4 excess pages may be purchased and is set by  
publisher at 25 GBP per page.
With the camera ready paper submission for publication, you agree to  
pay the registration fee (or reduced registration fee if your  
registration form is received on or before the early registration  
date) and published papers must be presented by at least one of the  

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