BIBE 2017 Workshops

This year, we are going to have a number of workshops in conjunction with the BIBE main conference and cordially invite you to submit papers and participate in this great conference. The following paragraphs provide you relevant information of each workshop. Each paper submitted to the workshops should be different than the ones submitted to the main conference. For more details, please contact the workshop organizer(s) .

“Computational modeling for prediction of disease progression”

Computational modeling can give opportunity for a patient-specific model in order to improve the prediction for the disease progression. This workshop will include computational methods for disease prediction with emphasize on cardiovascular disease, bone biomechanics, cancer disease, nanomedicine, biomedical decision support system, data mining, personalized diagnostics, bio-signal processing, protein structure prediction, biomedical image processing, tissue engineering, analysis and visualization, high performance and big data computing.

Important Deadlines:
Paper Submission (minimum 4 pages IEEE standard): August 31, 2017
Notification of acceptance: September 22, 2017
Final Camera ready submitted to IEEE: October 15, 2017
BIBE Workshops papers will be published in IEEE Conference BIBE Proceedings in a separated section. Also, the best papers (after a review process) could be published in Int. Journal on Neural Systems.

Please submit your paper to : fica@kg.ac.rs

“2017 BIBE-Workshop on Brain-Informatics”

Brain-Informatics is one the most attractive research topics for many generation of Scientists, Engineers, Practitioners, Physicians, others due to its profound importance in healthcare and in our lives as well. Significant driving forces behind of such research topic are, human curiosity the BRAIN Project in USA with a very large funding budget, the exponential evolution of the IT (or Computational Informatics) and Nano-Tech the last two decades, which have inspired and motivated many researchers around the globe to contribute with their research to the “last frontier (the brain)”. So, we invite the submission of original papers addressing the contributions on the field of brain-informatics for the following topics, but not limited:
• Neuro and Brain Imaging (EEG, fMRI, PET, CT, other)
• Multiple Modalities for Brain Activities (memory, learning, decision-making, emotion, consciousness other)
• Brain Diseases (mental, deficiencies, diagnosis)
• IT Devices for Brain Signalling (implanted, micro-nano)

Important Deadlines:
Paper Submission (minimum 4 pages IEEE standard): August 31, 2017
Notification of acceptance: September 22, 2017
Final Camera ready submitted to IEEE: October 15, 2017
BIBE Workshops papers will be published in IEEE Conference BIBE Proceedings in a separated section. Also, the best papers (after an IEEE JBHI review process) could be considered for publication in the IEEE Journal Special issue on “Advances on Neuro-Informatics”.

Please submit your paper to : nikolaos.bourbakis@wright.edu OR assaf.harel@wright.edu

“2017 BIBE-Workshop on Clustering, spatial analysis, and topology-based exploration of heterogeneous data”

Clustering, unsupervised learning, manifold learning, bilinear factor models, topological data analysis, and related techniques have been generating interest in the bioinformatics community for their utility in exploring high-dimensionality data from multiple heterogeneous assays. This workshop will explore these methods for exploratory data analysis and model discovery for complex experimental designs.

Important Deadlines:
Paper Submission (minimum 4 pages IEEE standard): August 31, 2017
Notification of acceptance: September 22, 2017
Final Camera ready submitted to IEEE: October 15, 2017
BIBE Workshops papers will be published in IEEE Conference BIBE Proceedings in a separated section. Also, the best papers (after a review process) could be considered for publication in the IEEE Journal Special issue on “Advances on Neuro-Informatics”.Int. Journal on Neural Systems, Advances on Neural Systems, WSP Int. Journal on AI Tools, “AI in Bioinformatics”, WSP

Please submit your paper to :
Professor Michael L. Raymer michael.raymer@wright.edu