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Join your Colleagues at the Next Generation Sequencing Conference (NGS) 2014!

IMPORTANT DATES
Submissions Close
-->14 Mar 2014

Author Acceptance Notifications
-->06 Apr 2014

Early registration closes
-->28 Apr 2014

Online registration closes
-->26 May 2014
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES*
Early Registration - Valid until
28 April 2014         
ISCB Member Non-Member
Professional (including Postdoc) 205 375
Student 125 275

Early Registration - Valid AFTER
28 April 2014
ISCB Member Non-Member
Professional (including Postdoc) 255 425
Student 175 325
*All prices listed in Euro

June 2-4, 2014  
Barcelona, Spain

The NGS Conference will aim to encompass the associated computational challenges:

  • Novel algorithms, methods and pipelines
  • Comparative benchmarks of methods
  • Hardware developments specific to NGS
  • High performance computing in NGS       
  • Computation in portable NGS devices, micro- and nano-NGS devices
  • Computation during data acquisition

Register Now and Save!

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • State of the art technologies, and technologies under development
  • Novel software and algorithms
  • Novel applications of NGS technologies in genomics and biology
  • Post genome sequencing analysis, including RNA analysis, transcription factor binding sites profiling, histone modifications, nucleosome positioning, copy number variation, genotyping, RNA structure, dynamics of transcription and translation, etc.
  • Research breakthroughs based on exhaustive applications of NGS.
  • Clinical and translational applications
  • Applications to agriculture and biotechnology
  • Societal implications: forensic law, sociology research, history, etc.
  • Economical impacts

Deadline: 14 March 2014

Submit your research now!