Presentations are sought in all areas related
to computational-, omics-, and systems biology, and novel research
results by young scientists will be given precedence.
"Travel support" in the following description will include:
expenses on flight tickets, local transportations, hotels, banquets, lunches,
and hotel reservations by the conference committee.
Oral/Poster Presentation with Travel Support Track
Participants wishing to make an oral or poster presentation
AND to obtain full travel support must submit an abstract and a CV
via the Registration page by August 31, 2008.
Submitted abstracts will be reviewed, and accepted abstracts will
be allocated to "Oral Presentation with travel support" or
"Poster Presentation with travel support". In case your submission is
not accepted, you can resubmit it to the Poster Presentation without
Travel Support Track.
If you don't wish to make an oral presentation even if your
abstract is highly evaluated, you can submit it to the Poster Presentation
with Travel Support Track. Nevertheless, please note that submissions to the
Oral/Poster Presentation with Travel Support Track will be given priority
in the review process.
Poster Presentation without Travel Support Track
Participants wishing to make a poster presentation but NOT
to obtain full travel support must submit an abstract via the
Registration page by September 19 (from Taiwan and other countries) or September 30 (from Japan), 2008.
Any submission will be accepted, as far as
the conference hall capacity allows.
JSBi Session with Travel Support Track
For undergraduate students from Japanese universities,
we will hold a Japanese-language session, which is supported by the Japanese
Society for Bioinformatics. Thus we would like to invite enthusiastic
undergraduate students to the conference, by offering full travel support
and giving opportunities to make short oral presentations in the JSBi session.
Undergraduate students who wish to make a short oral presentation
and get the full travel support must submit a letter of application (in Japanese)
via the Registration page by September 12, 2008.
Abstract (Oral/Poster presentation tracks)
To prepare an abstract, please use the style format
HERE (MS Word .doc file). If you need to change the format or have any
other question regarding this matter, please send email to
Abstract must be 1 page of
A4 size and prepared in English
according to the format provided above. Please submit a pdf version
of the manuscript, via the Registration page.
On the title section of the manuscript,
please do not forget to indicate the presenter's name with underline.
CV (Oral/Poster presentation tracks with travel support)
Please provide your CV as an A4, 1-4 pages, English,
pdf-formatted file. You can use either the style format
(MS Excel .xls file) or your favorite formatting. As an example, a CV may include:
- English Full Name (LASTNAME, Firstname)
- Full Name in Your Own Language (LASTNAME, Firstname)
- E-mail Address
- Education Profile
- Publication List
- Conference Presentation List
- Honors and Awards
- Other information that indicates that you are a person to be supported
Letter of Application (JSBi session for undergraduates)
There is no prepared format for a letter of application;
please describe your name, affiliation, research, and motivation for joining the
conference in a 1 page of A4 pdf-formatted file in
Japanese to indicate that you are a person to be supported.
Then, please submit your file as an "abstract file" via the Registration page.
Oral presenters will be given a 15 min slot (12 min
presentation + 3 min question).
All posters will be allocated a space of 1190 mm height
x 840 mm width (ISO A0 paper size).
Short oral presentation in the JSBi session
JSBi short oral presenters will be allocated
a 10 min slot (tentative: the exact length can be changed later).
From each of oral presenters, poster presenters,
and JSBi-session presenters, best presentation award will be given
to outstanding presentations.
If you have any question, send email to email@example.com