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BreSci 2018 : XII Brazilian e-Science Workshop


When Jul 22, 2018 - Jul 26, 2018
Where Natal - RN, Brazil
Submission Deadline Apr 2, 2018
Notification Due Apr 27, 2018
Final Version Due May 4, 2018
Categories    computer science   data science   life sciences   physical sciences

Call For Papers

Call for Papers
BreSci - XII Brazilian e-Science Workshop
Satellite Event of the XXXVIII Congress of the Brazilian Computer Society
Natal-RN, Brazil, July 22-26, 2018

In the last decades, there has been a revolution in the way science and engineering have been conducted by using information and communication technologies (ICTs) in an intensive way. This new way of performing science, called e-Science, plays a fundamental role in the methodology of work adopted by many research groups around the world. Aiming to collaborate with e-Science efforts, proposing a forum for the discussion of relevant topics in this area of study, the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) will hold, on July 22-26, 2018, the 12th edition of the Brazilian e-Science Workshop (XII BreSci). The event is part of the activities of the XXXVIII Brazilian Computer Society Congress (CSBC) and will be based at the Natal Convention Center, in the city of Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.

- Deadline for papers submission: April 2nd until 12:00 p.m. (BRT), 2018
- Preliminary acceptance notice with suggestion of corrections: April 27, 2018
- Deadline for submission of the final version: May 4th, 2018
- XII BreSci: 23 and 24 July 2018


The activities in the workshop include the presentation of full papers, work in progress, abstracts, as well as invited talks distributed over two days within CSBC programming. Topics of interest in BreSci XII include (but are not limited to) those listed below:

Main Track
Semantic Web for e-Science
Autonomic and self-organized systems for e-Science
e-Science Enabling Technologies
Experimental Environments for e-Science
Large-scale e-Science experimentation processes
Knowledge management applied to large-scale e-Science
Crowdsourcing and citizen science
Software ecosystems for e-Science

Application Track

Comparative, evolutionary and functional genomics
Metagenomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, proteomics and phylogenomics
Bioinformatics data management and data mining
Web services for bioinformatics
Development of databases, algorithms and computational tools for bioinformatics
Pattern recognition, clustering and classification
Molecular modeling and anchoring, crystallography studies and drug design
Bioinformatics applied to public health
Structural bioinformatics, computational genomics and related fields

Advanced architectures for astronomical computing
Environments for analysis of stellar population
Tools for astronomy collaboration networks
Advanced algorithms for processing astronomical data
Panoramic photometry in the PB era
Workflows for exploring astronomical data sets
Methods of data mining in astronomy
Storage and visualization of cosmological simulations
Astronomy data management
Query processing on large astronomy databases
Treatment to combine astronomical catalogs

Computational chemistry
Theoretical chemistry
Statistical mechanics
Molecular mechanics
Molecular modeling
Molecular simulation
Electronic structure calculation
Data storage and visualization in chemistry

Biodiversity Informatics
Integration of biodiversity and environmental data
Modeling ecological and environmental niches
Quality of biodiversity data
Data standards and metadata for biodiversity and environment
Scientific workflows and web services for biodiversity
Geographic information systems for biodiversity
Semantic web and ontologies in biodiversity and environment
Tools for digitizing and mobilizing biodiversity data


Both the main and application tracks will accept submissions of complete papers (up to eight pages) and short papers (up to four pages), written in English or Portuguese. Papers should be formatted according to the SBC template (

All submissions will be reviewed according to the following criteria: suitability for workshop scope, relevance, technical quality, originality and clarity. Papers describing preliminary and ongoing work may also be submitted. Results are desirable (especially in full papers), but not required. Papers will be reviewed in pairs, and the selected papers will be published in the proceedings of the event and should be presented in technical sessions during the workshop.

Submissions should be made via the Brazilian Computer Society submission system (JEMS):

For more information about the 12th Brazilian e-Science Workshop, please visit .

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