BIOKDD: Data Mining in Bioinformatics

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Event When Where Deadline
BIOKDD 2017 International Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics (BIOKDD'17)
Aug 14, 2017 - Aug 14, 2017 Halifax, Canada May 21, 2017
BIOKDD 2012 The 11th International Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics
Aug 12, 2012 - Aug 12, 2012 Beijing, China May 15, 2012
BIOKDD 2011 10th International Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics
Aug 21, 2011 - Aug 24, 2011 San Diego, CA, USA May 13, 2011
BIOKDD 2010 9th International Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics
Jul 25, 2010 - Jul 25, 2010 Washington, DC, USA May 4, 2010
 
 

Present CFP : 2017

The goal of BIOKDD 17 is to encourage KDD researchers to take on the numerous challenges that Bioinformatics offers. This year, the workshop will feature the theme of “Multiscale and Multimodal Analysis for Computational Biology”. This field focuses on the use of data mining and machine learning approaches for the analysis of the large amount of heterogeneous complex biological and medical data being generated. The direction of deep learning methods is particularly encouraged. The goal here is to build accurate predictive or descriptive models from these data enabling novel discoveries in basic biology and medicine.

We encourage papers that propose novel data mining techniques for areas including but not limited to :

Development of deep learning methods for biological and clinical data.

Building predictive models for complex phenotypes from large-scale biological data .

Discovering biological networks and pathways underlying biological processes and diseases .

Processing of new/next-generation sequencing (NGS) data for genome structural variation .

Analysis, discovery of biomarkers and mutations, and disease risk assessment .

Discovery of genotype-phenotype associations.

Novel methods and frameworks for mining and integrating big biological data .

Comparative genomics.

Metagenome analysis using sequencing data.

RNA-seq and microarray-based gene expression analysis.

Genome-wide analysis of non-coding RNAs.

Genome-wide regulatory motif discovery.

Structural bioinformatics.

Correlating NGS with proteomics data analysis.

Functional annotation of genes and proteins.

Cheminformatics.

Special biological data management techniques.

Information visualization techniques for biological data .

Semantic web and ontology-driven data integration methods .

Privacy and security issues in mining genomic databases .

Papers should be at most 9 pages long, single-spaced, in font size 10 or larger with one-inch margins on all sides. Camera-ready format papers may be referenced from previous BIOKDD conference proceedings.

Submission of accepted papers: For accepted workshop papers, we require that each camera-ready paper be formatted strictly according to the official ACM Proceedings Format. Please submit PDF file only. To prepare for the camera-ready PDF file submission, you may use either the Microsoft word template or the Latex files preparation instructions found at the ACM website.


IMPORTANT DATES

May 21st, 2017 : Deadline for Submission of papers date

Jun 16th, 2017 : Notification of Acceptance date

Aug 14th, 2017 : Workshop date
 

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