Workshop Programme now available on-line.

Registration now open.

 

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Submission of Papers:

 

Types of Submissions

Authors can submit two types of papers: full papers and short papers.

Full Papers - c. 6,000 words, 12 pages in 10 point, in PDF format. Papers should describe completed research activities, related to the list of Subject Indications provided below, and will be reviewed by the Program Committee on the basis of technical quality, relevance to the conference, originality, significance, and clarity.

Short Papers - c. 3,000 words, 6 pages in 10 point, in PDF format. Papers can describe research in progress, points of technical merit, novel research applications, or interim findings, related to the list of Subject Indications provided below, and will be reviewed by the Program Committee on the basis of technical quality, relevance to the workshop, originality, significance, and clarity.

Full and short papers will be published in the Workshop Proceedings. The best two papers of the workshop will also be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (Volume 1 of the BNCOD Proceedings), subject to final agreement with the publisher.

 

Subject Indications

Papers are invited in all areas dealing with the collection, storage, integration and analysis of Bioinformatics data and their provenance.
Areas of special interest are:

  • Bioinformatics data management in the context of next generation distributed systems, e.g. Semantic Web/Grid. This includes, for example, work in the areas of data provenance, workflow systems, ontologies and data integration.

  • Management of complex bioinformatics data types, particularly temporal and spatial data.

However, quality papers in other areas dealing with the management
of Bioinformatics data, information and knowledge, are also welcome.

 

Important Dates

* Paper submission date -1st March 2004
* Notification to Authors - 15th March 2004
* Camera ready copy and author registration deadline - 12th April 2004
* Workshop - 5th July 2004

 

Information for Authors

To submit a paper, please use our submission engine. If you encounter any problems with this, please contact bncod_bioinf@macs.hw.ac.uk.

Instructions for camera-ready copies are available from Springer.