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Sixth International
Conference on Bioinformatics
InCoB2007

HKUST, Hong Kong
Hanoi, Vietnam and
Nansha, PR China


InCoB
An APBioNet Meeting




InCoB History

Programme

Speakers

Committees

Registration

Competitions

Sponsorships

Venues

HKUST Event 1

Getting around HK

HKUST Meals

HKSTP GalaDinner

Hanoi Event 2

Nansha Event 3

Call for Participation

Submission

Reviewers

Planning your trip:FAQs


Endorsed by

ISCB International Society for Computational Biology

APBioNet

AMBIS


Supported by

HongKong University of Science and Technology


HongKong Event
Sponsored by


KC Wong Education Foundation

Hong Kong Research Grants Council RGC

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks

Inforsense Inc

KOBIC

KOOPrime KOOPrime Consulting

ISCB International Society for Computational Biology


Hanoi Event
Sponsored by


United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation

IUBMB International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

FAOBMB Federation of Asian and Oceanian Biochemists and Molecular Biologists

Institute of Biotechnology IBT


Nansha Event
Sponsored by


HKUST Fok Ying Tung Graduate School


Publication Partners

BioMedCentral Bioinformatics

BMF Biomolecular Frontiers


Internet2 Partners

Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

TransEurasia Information Network TEIN



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOINFORMATICS
HongKong-Hanoi-Nansha

27 - 30 August 2007

SUBMISSION

Abstract and Paper Submissions are still open. (note the extension in the latest cfp)

Submittor Login
Abstract Submission for paper/poster/tutorial/SIGS via Open Conference System for participants of the HKUST Main Conference 27th - 30th August 2007.

  • When you submit an abstract for the first time, the system will generate a userid and password from your name and email address. Please remember the userid and password. A email will be sent to you to confirm that you have submitted the abstract and includes a reminder of your userid and password. Please keep this reminder in a safe easily retrieval place.
  • If you have submitted an abstract before, you can login and edit it.
  • If you have already submitted an abstract, and wish to upload a PDF document containing the full paper, you can do so at this same webpage by logging in.
  • Please ensure that you follow the BMC Bioinformatics guidelines (even though you may not necessarily wish to submit to this journal), providing the full title page including authors, paper title, institutional addresses and contacts. In addition, for the convenience of our InCoB reviewers, we would like to restrict submissions to
    1. One single PDF file including supplementary material. (Note: additional material not in the single PDF file submitted in separate files will not be made visible to the reviewers!)
    2. Don't forget to include full title page information in the front page.
    3. Be prepared to submit the supplementary material separately during the pre-publication stage by retaining your original material separately.
  • Please don't forget your userid and password. The userid is generated from your family/surname.
  • If you forget your password, enter your userid and it will send email containing your password to your email address.
  • If you have forgotten your userid as well, please contact tinwee __at__ bic.nus.edu.sg.
  • WARNING: You are responsible for keeping an exact copy of all your submitted material including the abstract, full paper etc. InCoB2007 organisers or the website administrators will not be responsible for any loss of data arising from any server incident. Should there be such an incident, submittors may be required to re-submit their abstract or full paper.


PUBLICATION

Full Papers submitted to InCoB2007 are automatically considered for publication in special supplements of the following journals, BMC Bioinformatics and Biomolecular Frontiers. Please note the following:

BMC Bioinformatics

  • Papers designated for BMC Bioinformatics will incur:
    Page Charges: GBP 750
    (This is a discount off the GBP850 published charges)
  • All corresponding authors of papers that are candidates for publication in BMC Bioinformatics are to sign a Letter of Certification on an institutional letterhead that they will undertake to pay page charges upon being notified acceptance, within 14 days of the announcement. This undertaking is to be sent to shoba --at-- bic.nus.edu.sg cc tinwee ++at++ bic.nus.edu.sg for record purposes.
  • However, if you do not wish to pay page charges, or if you do not send the Letter of Certification that you undertake payment when the publication process is in progress, your paper will not be selected for publication in BMC Bioinformatics.

Biomolecular Frontiers

  • More details soon.





First Created: April 2007 Tan Tin Wee
Previous updates: Last Updated: April 2007