|CCL 07.01.21 ECCB - 5th European Conference on Computational Biology, Eilat, Israel|
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Date: Sat Sep 23 11:18:03 2006
Subject: 07.01.21 ECCB - 5th European Conference on Computational Biology, Eilat, Israel
ECCB - 5th European Conference on Computational Biology, Eilat, Israel January 21-24, 2007 (postponed from Sept. 2006). http://www.eccb06.org/ ECCB, the European Conference on Computational Biology, is an annual scientific meeting devoted to the latest research in computational biology and bioinformatics. The conference is held in a different country each year. This year it will be held in Israel, at the Red Sea resort of Eilat. Workshops/Tutorials Distributed, High-Performance, and Grid Computing BioSapiens - Genome Annotation Discovering and Interpreting Regulatory DNA Sequence Motifs Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetic Analysis Immunological Bioinformatics, Epitope Discovery, and Vaccine Design Gene and Protein Networks Sunday: Keynote: Richard Karp 20:30 Multiple Alignment by Sequence Annealing Ariel S. Schwartz and Lior Pachter 21:00 Tandem Repeats over the Edit Distance Dina Sokol, Gary Benson and Justin Tojeira 21:30 Opening reception Monday, 22 January 08:30 Registration opens 09:00 Keynote: Tom Blundell 10:00 Analysis of Binding Site Similarity, Small Molecule Similarity and Experimental Binding Profiles in the Human Cytosolic Sulfotransferase Family Rafael J. Najmanovich, Abdellah Allali-Hassani, Richard J. Morris, Ludmila Dombrovsky, Patricia W. Pan, Masoud Vedadi, Alexander N. Plotnikov, Cheryl Arrowsmith, Aled Edwards and Janet M. Thornton Software Demo: Advanced Micro Devices 10:30 Electrostatic Potentials of Proteins in Water: A Structured Continuum Approach Andreas Hildebrandt, Ralf Blossey, Sergej Rjasanow, Oliver Kohlbacher and Hans-Peter Lenhof 11:00 EBIMed - Text Crunching to Gather Facts for UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Proteins from Medline Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann, Harald Kirsch, Miguel Arregui, Sylvain Gaudan, Mark Riethoven, Peter Stoehr Software Demo: Large Scale Pedigree Haplotyper (LSPH) 11:30 Coffee 12:00 Optimization of Probe Coverage for High-Resolution Oligonucleotide aCGH Doron Lipson, Zohar Yakhini and Yonatan Aumann Software Demo: Grid Computing for Bioinformatics 12:30 Simultaneous Alignment and Annotation of cis-Regulatory Regions Abha Singh Bais, Steffen Grossmann and Martin Vingron 13:00 Genetic Code Symmetry and Efficient Design of GC-Constrained Coding Sequences Matan Gavish, Amnon Peled and Benny Chor 13:30 Discovering Tightly Regulated and Differentially Expressed Gene Sets in Whole Genome Expression Data Chun Ye and Eleazar Eskin 14:00 Lunch break 15:30 Biological Network Comparison Using Graphlet Degree Distribution Natasa Przulj Software Demo: Selecton: A Web Server for the Detection of Site-Specific Positive Darwinian Selection and Purifying Selection 16:00 Identification of Conserved Protein Complexes Based on a Model of Protein Network Evolution Eitan Hirsh and Roded Sharan 16:30 Phylogenetic Reconstruction from Non-Genomic Data Jose C. Clemente, Kenji Satou and Gabriel Valiente Software Demo: Text Mining as Web Services Provided from the EBI 17:00 Similarities and Differences of Gene Expression in Yeast Stress Conditions Oleg Rokhlenko, Ydo Wexler and Zohar Yakhini 17:30 Efficient Inference on Phylogenetic Trees Using Poisson Regression Saharon Rosset Software Demo: EVEREST: A Collection of Evolutionary Conserved Protein Domains 18:00 Coffee 18:30 Keynote: Naama Barkai 19:30 Poster session & reception 23:00 Tuesday, 23 January 08:30 Registration opens 09:00 Keynote: Jeffrey Skolnick 10:00 Vorolign - Fast Structural Alignment using Voronoi Contacts Fabian Birzele, Jan Erik Gewehr, Gergely Csaba and Ralf Zimmer Software Demo: Sun Microsystems, Inc. 10:30 Prediction and Simulation of Motion in Pairs of Transmembrane Alpha-Helices Angela Enosh, Sarel J. Fleishman, Nir Ben-Tal and Dan Halperin 11:00 Rediscovering Secondary Structures as Network Motifs - an Unsupervised Learning Approach Barak Raveh, Ofer Rahat, Ronen Basri and Gideon Schreiber Software Demo: Blast2GO v2 11:30 Coffee 12:00 A Tale of Two Tails: Why are Terminal Residues of Proteins Exposed? Etai Jacob and Ron Unger Software Demo: What's new with ArrayExpress 12:30 A Novel Pattern Recognition Algorithm to Classify Membrane Protein Unfolding Pathways with High-Throughput Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy Annalisa Marsico, Dirk Labudde, Tanuj Sapra, Daniel Mueller and Michael Schroeder 13:00 Using an Alignment of Fragment Strings for Comparing Protein Structures Iddo Friedberg, Tim Harder, Rachel Kolodny, Einat Sitbon, Zhanwen Li and Adam Godzik 13:30 ISIS: Interaction Sites Identified from Sequence Yanay Ofran and Burkhard Rost 14:00 Lunch break 15:30 Incremental Window-Based Protein Sequence Alignment Algorithms Huzefa Rangwala and George Karypis Software Demo: CFinder: Locating Cliques and Overlapping Modules in Biological Networks 16:00 Designing Patterns for Profile HMM Search Yanni Sun and Jeremy Buhler 16:30 Simulating Multiplexed SNP Discovery Rates using Base-Specific Cleavage and Mass Spectrometry Sebastian Bcker Software Demo: SABIO-RK (System for the Analysis of Biochemical Pathways - Reaction Kinetics) 17:00 Learning Probabilistic Models of cis-Regulatory Modules that Represent Logical and Spatial Aspects Keith Noto and Mark Craven 17:30 Festive dinner 23:00 Wednesday, 24 January 08:30 Registration opens 09:00 Keynote: Marc Vidal 10:00 TOPP - The OpenMS Proteomics Pipeline Oliver Kohlbacher, Knut Reinert, Clemens Grpl, Eva Lange, Nico Pfeifer, Ole Schulz-Trieglaff and Marc Sturm Software Demo: The SimpAT Package: Integrating SIMAP into its own Applications 10:30 Difference Detection in LC-MS Data for Protein Biomarker Discovery Jennifer Listgarten, Radford M. Neal, Sam T. Roweis, Peter Wong and Andrew Emili 11:00 Identifying HLA Supertypes by Learning Distance Functions Tomer Hertz and Chen Yanover Software Demo: COLOMBO/SIGI-HMM: Prediction of Genomic Islands in Procaryotic Genomes Using HMMs 11:30 Coffee 12:00 A Comparative Genome Approach to Marker Ordering Thomas Faraut, Simon de Givry, Patrick Chabrier, Thomas Derrien, Francis Galibert, Christophe Hitte and Thomas Schiex Software Demo: The Scriptome: Protocols for Manipulating Biological Data 12:30 Family Relationships: Should Consensus Reign? Macha Nikolski and David James Sherman 13:00 Merging Microarray Cell Synchronization Experiments through Curve Alignment Filip Hermans and Elena Tsiporkova 13:30 A Supervised Approach for Identifying Discriminating Genotype Patterns and its Application to Breast Cancer Data Nir Yosef, Zohar Yakhini, Anya Tsalenko, Eytan Ruppin and Roded Sharan 14:00 Lunch break 15:30 Inferring Phylogeny from Whole Genomes Pawel Gorecki and Jerzy Tiuryn Software Demo: DeltaProt: Molecular Comparison of Proteins based on Sequence Alignments 16:00 Using Median Sets for Inferring Phylogenetic Trees Bernt Matthias, Merkle Daniel and Middendorf Martin 16:30 Efficient Parsimony-Based Methods for Phylogenetic Network Reconstruction Guohua Jin, Luay Nakhleh, Sagi Snir and Tamir Tuller Software Demo: CoryneRegNet: An Integrative Bioinformatics Platform for the Analysis of Transcription Factors and Regulatory Networks 17:00 Phylogeny Reconstruction: Increasing the Accuracy of Pairwise Distance Estimation Using Bayesian Inference of Evolutionary Rates Matan Ninio, Eyal Privman, Tal Pupko and Nir Friedman 17:30 Coffee 18:00 Keynote: Martin Vingron 19:00 Closing ceremony & awardsNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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