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DILS 2009

From: Susie Stephens <susie.stephens@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 4 May 2009 12:04:05 -0400
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Poster or Demo submission (Deadline: May 19th, 2009)

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DILS 2009 invites submission for posters or poster/demo combinations

(ASCII abstract up to 400 words plus title, authors and affiliation).

Posters and demos will be presented in the poster/demo session at the

conference. The poster/demo abstracts are not part of the proceedings

but will be printed locally and handed out to all participants.

The organizers will provide a basic setup (poster boards, tables) as

well as Internet connections but no computers or projectors although

screens will be available to help with demos run from laptops.

Abstracts should be sent by May 19th to Cornelia (Conny) Hedeler

(chedeler@cs.manchester.ac.uk).

Please clearly specify the kind of submission (Poster or Poster/demo)

as a subtitle of your abstract.

Notification: May 29th, 2009



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Participation

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Registration for DILS 2009 is now open (Early registration deadline: June
20th, 2009)

http://www.cs.manchester.ac.uk/DILS09/registration1.php



The conference registration fee includes the welcome reception (with a tour
of the Manchester Museum) and the conference dinner.



Registration fees:

£280 early registration.

£120 early student registration.

£320 regular registration.

£160 regular student registration.

The ENFIN workshop is free. If you are only attending ENFIN please note

there are two registrations, one which includes lunch, and which does not.





Keynotes:

* Nicolas Le Novere, Data Integration and Semantic Enrichment of

Systems Biology Models and Simulations.

* Zachary Ives, Data Integration and Exchange for Scientific

Collaboration.



Accepted papers:

The following papers have been accepted for publication in the proceedings

of the 6th International Workshop on Data Integration in the Life Sciences

(DILS 2009 - http://www.cs.manchester.ac.uk/DILS09/):

* Graph-Based Modelling and Integration.

o Jan Taubert, Matthew Hindle, Artem Lysenko, Jochen Weile,

Jacob Kohler and Christopher Rawlings. Linking life sciences

data using graph-based mapping.

o Katherine James, Anil Wipat and Jennifer Hallinan.

Integration of Full-Coverage, Probabilistic, Functional

Networks with Relevance to Specific Biological Processes.

o Jun Zhao, Alistair Miles, Graham Klyne and David Shotton.

FlyWeb: The Way to Go for Biological Data Integration.

* Annotation.

o Eithon Cadag, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch and Peter Myler. On the

Reachability of Trustworthy Information from Integrated

Exploratory Biological Queries.

o Anika Gross, Michael Hartung, Toralf Kirsten and Erhard

Rahm. Estimating the quality of ontology-based annotations

by considering evolutionary changes.

o Marco Masseroli, Stefano Ceri and Alessandro Campi.

Integration and Mining of Genomic Annotations: Experiences

and Perspectives in GFINDer Data Warehousing.

* Structure Inference

o Mohammad S. Mir, Steffen Staab and Isabel Rojas. Site-Wide

Wrapper Induction for Life Science Deep Web Databases.

o Bastien Rance, Jean-Fran‡ois Gibrat and Christine

Froidevaux. An adaptive combination of matchers: application

to the mapping of biological ontologies for genome annotation.

o Christopher Baker, Patrick Lambrix, Jonas Laurila Bergman,

Rajaraman Kanagasabai and Wee Tiong Ang. Slicing through the

scientific literature.

* Data and Work Flows

o Tantan Liu, Fan Wang and Gagan Agrawal. Exploiting

Parallelism to Accelerate Keyword Search On Deep-web Data

Sources.

o Shahriyar Hossain and Hasan Jamil. A Visual Interface for

on-the-fly Biological Database Integration and Workflow

Design using VizBuilder.

o Niall Haslam and Toby Gibson. EpiC: A resource for

integrating information and analyses to enable selection of

epitopes for antibody based experiments

* Data Integration for Systems Biology.

o Joseph O. Dada and Pedro Mendes. Design and Architecture of

Web Services for Simulation of Biochemical Systems.

o Stephan Weise, Christian Colmsee, Eva Grafahrend-Belau,

Bjoern Junker, Christian Klukas, Matthias Lange, Uwe Scholz

and Falk Schreiber. An Integration and Analysis Pipeline for

Systems Biology in Crop Plant Metabolism.

o Dagmar Kohn and Carsten Maus. Towards Enhanced Retrieval of

Biological Models Through Evaluation of Annotations.
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