You can now submit proposals for workshops/SIGs or Tutorial for the ECCB 2016. We invite proposals for workshops/Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and tutorials preceding the ECCB 2016. Accepted workshops, SIGs and tutorials are to be held on September 3 and 4, preceding the main conference.
Workshops & SIGs
The workshops are expected to provide participants with an informal setting to discuss technical issues, exchange research ideas, and to share practical experiences on a range of focused or emerging topics in bioinformatics. SIGs are workshops organized by a Special Interest Group. Each workshop should provide an interesting perspective on the cutting edge of a selected research field. Workshops may include any form of presentation such as talks or panel discussions. Read more
The purpose of the tutorial program is to provide participants with lectures and hands-on training covering topics relevant to the field of bioinformatics. Each tutorial will offer participants an opportunity to learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, to get an introduction to important established topics, or to develop advanced skills in areas they are already familiar with. This call is an invitation for scientists and professionals working in the fields of bioinformatics and computational biology to submit proposals for high quality tutorials for ECCB 2016. Read more
Proposal submission deadline for both is: January 13th, 2016
On 3-7 September 2016 the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences and the BioSB research school will jointly organise the fifteenth edition of the European Conference on Computational Biology which will take place in the historic city of The Hague in the Netherlands. ECCB 2016 is the main computational event in 2016 and will welcome scientists working in a variety of disciplines, including bioinformatics, computational biology, biology, medicine, and systems biology. Participating in ECCB 2016 will be the perfect opportunity to keep pace with cutting edge research, and to network with members of ECCB community.