3rd International Conference on Computational Systems-Biology and Bioinformatics (CSBio2012) 3-5 October 2012

With the advent of technologies like DNA sequencing and DNA microarray, an enormous amount of information has been generated that can only be efficiently analyzed with computers. As the information becomes ever larger and more complex, more computational tools are needed to sort through the data. These include:
Development of computational methodologies to perform systematic studies of complex interactions in biological systems to enable discovery of new emergent properties that may arise from the integrated systemic view.
Development of new algorithms and statistics to assess biological information, such as relationships among members of very large data sets.
Development and implementation of tools that enable efficient access and management of different types of information, such as various databases, integrated mapping information.
Visualization of various types of biological data to aid in analysis and interpretation of nucleotide and amino acid sequences, protein domains, and protein structures.

CSBio 2012 will also cover the engineering sciences related to the pharmaceutical industry, in both material and manufacturing sciences. This conference would like to gather like minded researchers and industrial counterparts whom are involved in designing, developing and improving industrial processes and equipment for large-scale chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing; planning and testing methods of manufacturing; developing methods for the treatment of bi-products; devising production processes that are safe, efficient, profitable and environmentally sound; researching naturally occurring chemical reactions so that these processes can be copied for our benefit; conducting environmental-impact studies; developing and implementing cleaner production technologies; researching new processes and products & designing, developing and using new materials to meet at this event.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

   Modeling and Simulation of Biological Processes, Pathways, Networks
   Mathematical and Quantitative Models of Cellular and Multicellular Systems
   Synthetic Biological Systems
   Molecular Evolution and Phylogeny
   Functional Genomics
   Metabolomics and other omics
   DNA, RNA and Protein Sequence Analysis
   Structural Bioinformatics
   Gene Expression Analysis
   Biomarker Discovery
   Disease Classification
   Parallel and Grid Computing
   Image and Signal Analysis
   Qualitative Biological Model
   Biological Network Reconstruction and Analysis
   Biological Databases
   Bio-data Visualization
   Medical and Biomedical Informatics
   Drug Discovery and Validation
   Discrete/Stochastic Modeling and Language Frameworks