First International Workshop on           

 Data Mining and Bioinformatics (DMBIO2005)

 

                    In conjunction with the

2005 International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications

            Singapore, May 09-12, 2005

 

 

 

Workshop Objectives

In recent years, high-throughput experimental methods in molecular biology have resulted in enormous amounts of data. Mining biological data is an emerging area of intersection between bioinformatics and data mining. The objective of this workshop is to facilitate collaboration between data mining researchers and bioinformaticians by presenting cutting edge research topics and methodologies in the area of data mining for bioinformatics.  We encourage papers that propose novel data mining techniques for tasks such as:

  • Microarray data  analysis
  • Protein/RNA structure prediction
  • Genomics and Proteomics
  • Drug design
  • Biomedical literature data mining 
  • Modeling of biochemical pathways
  • Whole, multiple genome comparison
  • Biological data visualization
  • Phylogenetics
  • Biomedical  ontologies
  • System biology and pathways
  • Biological database management

 

Paper Submission and Review

Submitted papers must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a conference with proceedings. Papers submitted to the workshop will undergo a peer-review process.

 

Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings to be published by Springer-Verlag as part of their Lecture Notes in

Computer Science series. For initial submissions, authors are strongly encouraged to use Springer's manuscript submission guidelines

at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.  Selected papers from the workshop will be published as a book in the SEBI series (Science, Engineering and Biology Informatics Series). http://www.worldscibooks.com/series/sebi_series.shtml

 

 

Research papers should not exceed 5000 words. Short papers describing early research results are also welcome.  Papers should be submitted in electronic form (Standard Postscript, PDF, doc) via E-mail to dmbio2005@cis.drexel.edu

 

 

 

 

Important Dates

 

 

Submissions:  Dec 10, 2004

Acceptance:   Jan 10, 2005

Camera-ready final for publication:    Feb. 10, 2005

The following papers are accepted in the workshop

  • The Binary Multi-SVM Voting Systems for Protein Subcellular Localization Prediction by Bo Jin, Yuchun Tang, Yanqing Zhang, Chung-Dar Lu and Irebe Webber
  • Gene Network Prediction from Microarray data byAssociation Rule and Dynamic Bayesian Network by Hei-ChiaWang, Yi-Shiun Lee
  • Protein Interaction Prediction using Inferred Domain Interactions and Biologically-Significant Negative Dataset, by Xiao-li Li, Soon-Heng Tan, and See-Kiong Ng
  • Semantic Annotation of Biomedical Litterature using Google by Rune Sætre1, Amund Tveit, Tonje S. Steigedal and Astrid Lægreid
  • Fast Parallel Algorithms for the Longest Common Subsequence Problem Using an Optical Bus by Xiaohua Xu, Ling Chen ,Yi Pan, Ping He
  • Estimating Gene Networks from Expression Data and Binding Location Data via Boolean Networks by Osamu Hirose, Naoki Nariai, Yoshinori Tamada, Hideo Bannai, Seiya Imoto, and Satoru Miyano
  • Efficient Matching and Retrieval of Gene Expression Time Series Data Based on Spectral Information by Hong Yan
  • SVM classification to predict two standed anti-parallel coiled coils based on protein sequence data by Zhong Huang, Yun Li and Xiaohua Hu
  • Estimating Gene Networks with cDNA Microarray Data Using State-Space models by  Satoru Yamashita and Tomoyuki Higuchi
  • Conceptual Modeling of Genetic Studies and Pharmacogenetics  Xiaohua Zhou and Il-Yeol Song
  • A penalized Likelihood Estimation on Transcriptional Module-based Clustering by Ryo Yoshda, Seiya Imoto Tomoyuki Higuchi

 

Workshop Organization

PC Chairs

Xiaohua (Tony)  Hu, Drexel University, USA

David Taniar, Monash University, Australia

 

 

Program committee members

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Catherine Abbott, Flinders Univ, Australia

Vineet Bafna, University of California San Diego, USA

Phil Bourne, University of California San Diego, USA

Kun-Mao Chao, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 RunSheng Chen,  Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
I-Jen Chiang ,Taipei Medical University, Taiwan

Ross Coppel, Monash University, Australia 

David Dagan Feng, University of Sydney, Australia

Gary Fogel, Natural Selection Inc., USA

Gavin Huttley, Australia Nat of Uni, Australia 
Vipul Kashyap, Partners HealthCare Systems, USA

Tak-Wah Lam, Univ of Hong Kong
Sang-Yup Lee, KAIST, Korea  

Jinyan Li, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore

T.Y. Lin, San Jose State Univ. USA
Jingchu Luo, Peking Univ, China

Kate McCain, Drexel University, USA

Vincent Ng , HongKong Polytechnic University

Yi Pan ,Georgia State Univ., USA
Jong H. Park, KAIST, Korea
Michael Poidinger, ANGIS, Australia
Shoba Raganathan, Macquarie Univ, Australia
Wing-Kin Sung, National Uni of Singapore, Singapore
Tin Wee Tan, National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore
Shin-Mu Vincent Tseng ,National Cheng Kung University,  Taiwan

Jason Wang, NJIT, USA

Lipo Wang , Singapore National University

Wei Wang, UNC Chapel-hill, USA

Hong Yan, City Univ of Hong Kong, China
Ueng-Cheng Yang, Nat Yang-Ming Univ, Taiwan

Mohammed Zaki, Renselear Polytechnic Institute, USA
Aidong Zhang, U. Buffalo, USA

Ren Zhang, Wollongong Univ, Australia
Yanqing Zhang, Georgia State Univ., USA

Xiaoyan Zhu ,Tsinghua University, China,