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International Conference on Computational Biology ICCB 2007 International Association of Engineers (IAENG) San Francisco, USA, 24-26 October, 2007 The conference ICCB'07 is held under the World Congress on Engineering 2007. The WCECS 2007 is organized by the International Association of Engineers (IAENG), a non-profit international association for the engineers and the computer scientists. The conference has the focus on the frontier topics in the theoretical and applied engineering and computer science subjects. Our last IAENG conference has attracted more than one thousand participants from over 50 countries, and our IAENG conference committees have been formed with over two hundred committee members who are mainly research center heads, faculty deans, department heads, professors, and research scientists from universities like Harvard, MIT, Stanford, UCLA, UC Berkeley and Yale etc. The conference proceedings will be published by IAENG (ISBN: 978-988-98671-6-4) in hardcopy. The full-text congress proceeding will be indexed in major database indexes so that it can be assessed easily. The accepted papers will also be considered for publication in the special issues of the journal Engineering Letters and other IAENG journals. Revised and expanded version of the selected papers may also be included as book chapters in the standalone edited books under the framework of cooperation between IAENG and Springer. Dr. Mark de Jongh, Senior Publishing Editor, Springer SBM NL, will also give a presentation about book publishing with Springer. Dr. Mark de Jongh will also be available during the conference period to talk to potential authors whom may have a new book idea/proposal. Important Dates: Draft Paper Submission Deadline: 6 July, 2007 Camera-Ready Papers Due & Registration Deadline: 30 July, 2007 WCECS 2007: 24-26 October, 2007 The topics of the ICCB'07 include, but not limited to, the following: Biomedicine, epidemiology, & agriculture Computer-aided drug design Databases & database integration Evolution and phylogenetics Metabolomics Ontologies Pathways, networks, and systems Proteomics Sequence analysis Simulation & system dynamics Structural bioinformatics Text mining Transcriptomics
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Microarray Data Analysis Micro RNA and RNAi Biomedical Applications Therapeutic Applications of Computational Biology Computational Drug Discovery Computational Proteomics Computational genomics Microbial Community Analysis Synthetic Biological Systems Evolution and Phylogenetics Sequence Motifs, Alignments, and families Functional Genomics Promoter Analysis and Discovery, Recognition of Regulatory Elements
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