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[CFP] The Seventh Annual Bio-ontologies Meeting
p.lord at russet.org.uk
Tue Jun 1 04:08:41 PDT 2004
In hindsight we have realised that setting the deadline on a holiday
both in the US and in the UK. Also, some people have had technical
difficulties with the submission procedure, as the mailing list we
were using was bouncing anything large. So we've decided to extend the
deadline till the end of the week.
Sorry for the confusion. All my (PL) fault. 5 years in a Computer
Science Dept, and I still can't use one....
Any further submissions can be mailed directly to both
p.lord at russet.org.uk
robert.stevens at cs.man.ac.uk
The Seventh Annual Bio-ontologies Meeting Call For Submissions
Organisers: Robert Stevens(1) ,Robin McEntire(2),
Phillip Lord(1), and James.A.Butler(2)
(1) Dept of Computer Science, University of Manchester
Submission Deadline: 31st May 2004
Contact: bio-ontologies at lists.man.ac.uk
Location: Glasgow, Scotland.
Date: 4th June
Main Conference: http://www.iscb.org/ismbeccb2004/
Registration Costs: 80 Academic, 110 Corporate, 60 Student
(Prices in UK Pounds. 17.5% VAT will be added. Coffee and lunch included)
The Bio-Ontologies workshop has been in existence since 1998, and now
operates as a Special Interest Group at the ISMB Conference.
Bio-Ontologies is well established as one of the key meetings for
dissemination of the latest information and research on ontologies in the
life sciences and has drawn the key researchers in the field.
After last year's highly successful theme of "Ontologies and Text
Analysis", we will follow with the timely theme of "Ontologies and
Bio-Images". Work is currently being done in the area of ontologies of
images, especially in the domain of developmental biology and
medicine. A prime example of this work is the Bio-Image databank,
which makes extensive use of ontologies.
Our guest speaker for this year's topic will be Dr. David Shotton, who
will talk about the use of ontologies within the BioImage database.
New this year
This year, Comparative and Functional Genomics will publish selected
presentations from the Seventh Annual Bio-Ontologies
Workshop. Previously we have published Conference Reviews in CFG. We are
very pleased that last year's Workshop had enough substantial,
high-quality work to enable such a special issue this year. We do, however,
believe that a level of informality is critical to the success of this
Workshop, and so we hope the meeting offers a venue for news and
views, perhaps less developed, but up to the minute work. All are
We invite the submission of two A4 page abstracts for presentation along
this theme. Suitable topics include, but are not restricted to:
The content of bio-images;
The technical origins of images
Support for image analysis (e.g., change in shape, colour,
We wish, however, not to restrict the topics presented to the theme
alone. So, we are also interested in:
Shared experiences in using ontology tools, development methodologies,
comparing ontologies, and reusing other people's ontologies;
Current research in ontology languages and ontology exchange
Updates on ontologies in development by members of the life
sciences community, including genomics, proteomics and
Practical uses of ontologies in research and drug discovery
especially pre-competitive ontologies for the industry.
Submission details at http://bio-ontologies.man.ac.uk
Phillip Lord, Phone: +44 (0) 161 275 6139
PostDoctoral Research Associate, Email: p.lord at russet.org.uk
Department of Computer Science http://www.russet.org.uk
Kilburn Building http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~phillord
University of Manchester
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