Poster Session of the track Modeling and Simulation Methods for Computational Systems Biology
Further information can be obtained from the official conference website!
Topics of interest: The Sunday (December 3, time to be determined) Poster Session is an opportunity for attendees to view applications and research results in an informal atmosphere, with plenty of time to interact one-on-one with authors. The poster session of the track Modeling and Simulation Methods for Computational Systems Biology will be organized as part of the Winter Simulation 2006 Poster session .
Submissions of posters are encouraged in all areas of modeling and simulation methods being developed for and being applied in Systems Biology, see also preliminary program of the track.
Oral presentation of selected posters on Tuesday 5th December 2006, 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.: An oral presentation slot is dedicated to presenting ongoing research projects and thus highlighting current trends and open challenges in modeling and simulation methods in Systems Biology. Each poster that has been selected for oral presentation will be given a 15 minutes slot, incl. 10 minutes talk and 5 minutes discussion.
Submissions: Abstract submissions for posters should be min. half to max. two pages in two column format, and should not include more than 10 references, and two figures. Please register your poster at the WSC poster submission page (title and authors) and e-mail the pdf file to Jasmin Fisher and Lin Uhrmacher.
Important dates for poster submissions:
- October 20, 2006: Submission of abstracts for posters
- October 30, 2006: Contributors will be notified whether the abstract has been accepted as poster
- October 30, 2006: Contributors will be notified whether their abstract has been selected for an oral presentation
- November 17, 2006: Authors electronically provide the final poster abstract that will be made available on the web
Preparing the poster: You will have a 4 feet high and 8 feet wide bulletin board available to you. We recommend that you use approximately 4 feet by 6 feet of space for your project display. There is no requirement that you fill the board. There is also no requirement that you print a "real" poster - printed slides are perfectly acceptable. Your poster should cover the main points of your work and be as self-explanatory as possible. You can set up your posters before the Ph.D. Colloquium on Sunday.
Contact: If you have further questions concerning the poster session please do not hesitate to contact Jasmin Fisher , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland, Herbert Sauro, Keck Graduate Institute, USA, or Adelinde Uhrmacher , University of Rostock, Germany.