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3–6 December 2018 1st international workshop on Machine Learning for EEG Signal Processing (MLESP 2018)
EEG signal processing involves the analysis and treatment of the electrical activity of the brain measured with Electroencephalography, or EEG, in order to provide useful information on which decisions can be made. The recent advances in signal processing and machine learning for EEG data processing have brought an impressive progress to solve several practical and challenging problems in many areas such as healthcare, biomedicine, biomedical engineering, BCI and biometrics. The aim of this workshop is to present and discuss the recent advances in machine learning for EEG signal analysis and processing. We are inviting original research work, as well as significant work-in-progress, covering novel theories, innovative methods, and meaningful applications that can potentially lead to significant advances in EEG data analytics. This workshop is an opportunity to bring together academic and industrial scientists to discuss the recent advances.
The topics of interest include but not limited to:
- EEG signal processing and analysis
- Time-frequency EEG signal analysis
- Signal processing for EEG Data
- EEG feature extraction and selection
- Machine learning for EEG signal processing
- EEG classification and clustering
- EEG abnormalities detection (e.g. Epileptic seizure, Alzheimer's disease, etc.)
- Machine learning in EEG Big Data
- Deep Learning for EEG Big Data
- Neural Rehabilitation Engineering
- Brain-Computer Interface
- Biometrics with EEG data
- Related applications
Oct. 7, 2018 (11:59 pm CST): Due date for full workshop papers submission
Oct. 27, 2018: Notification of paper acceptance to authors
Nov. 15, 2018: Camera-ready of accepted papers
Dec. 3-6, 2018: Workshops
3–4 November 2017 International Conference on Computing and Technology
21–24 May 2018 XI International Conference on Computational Heat, Mass and Momentum Transfer
11–15 June 2018 ECCM-ECFD 2018
ECCM-ECFD 2018 in Glasgow is hosted by The University of Glasgow and The University of Edinburgh, in partnership with the UK Association for Computational Mechanics in Engineering (UKACM).
The ECCOMAS Conference on Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (ECCM) and the ECCOMAS Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD), together with the ECCOMAS Congress, constitute the three main scientific events of ECCOMAS organized every four years, on even years, which attract approximately 5000 participants in total.
8–13 July 2018 Sagamore XIX – 2018: Conference on Quantum Crystallography (QCr)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
West Dover, VT, USA
The Computational Chemistry GRC has been held biennially since 1986, with chairs alternating between industry and academia.
Computational Chemistry has traditionally spanned many separate fields, two of which are quantum chemistry and classical molecular modelling and simulation. These two worlds are now becoming increasingly coupled and it is one of the aims of the 2012 conference to highlight challenges at the boundaries where these come together. Topics will range from ab initio quantum chemistry and density functional theory for large complex systems to combined quantum/classical techniques to large scale simulations of biomolecules and polymers. There will be a focus on industrial applications as well as applications in astrochemistry. There will be an emphasis on methodological developments in areas such as polarizable force fields. The 2012 conference will adhere to the traditional GRC format: talks and posters will focus on new, unpublished work; extensive time will be set aside for discussion; and poster sessions will allow participants to show and discuss their work. It will bring together leading scientists from industry, academia and government to debate the latest advances in the field and to outline the challenges to come.
22–25 July 2012 ICBO 2012 — 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Ontology
Topics: Bioinformatics, Biomedical Informatics, Collaboration and Data-Sharing Tools , Computer Science, E-Science, Informatics, Information Science, Research Methods, Scientific Communication, Scientific Computing, Scientific Publishing
19–23 August 2012 ICSB 2012 — International Conference on Systems Biology
The ICSB attracts the world’s top systems biologists and welcomes this talent to an environment that encourages integration of biology, computer science, engineering and chemistry, and that spans leading areas of biomedical research. The vital importance of international collaboration in modern science, and its scientists are at the heart of the ICSB2012.
In 2011, the ICSB attracted over 1000 of the world’s top systems biologists. Over half submitted posters. ICSB 2012 in Toronto is a vital initiative to celebrate and disseminate the recent achievements and ground breaking research in this diverse field. Sponsors can take pride in knowing that they are providing researchers today with the significant support they need to find a cure tomorrow.
27–31 August 2012 SSMBio 2012 — 2012 International Summer School in Methods in Bioinformatics
SSMBio 2012 offers a broad and intensive series of lectures at different levels on bioinformatics. The students choose their preferred courses according to their interests and background. Instructors are top names in their respective fields. The School intends to help students initiate and foster their research career.
Topics: Human Protein Variants: Structural and Functional Annotation, Multiscale Modelling for Systems Biology, Translational Bioinformatics: From Genomes to Diseases and Drugs, Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis for Proteomics, Gene Tree Reconciliations: Incomplete Lineage Sorting, Duplication/Loss, and Reticulation [introductory/intermediate, 4 hours] Gajendra P.S. Raghava (Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh), Bioinformatics Approach for Designing Therapeutic Peptides, particularly Subunit Vaccines, Integrative 'Omics' Data and Network Analysis, Extracting Information from Next Generation Sequencing Data, From Computational -Omics to Systems Biology.
30 August–1 September 2012 MM2012 — MM2012 Molecular Modelling Meeting
Queenstown, New Zealand
MM2012, the next meeting of the Association of Molecular Modellers of Australasia (AMMA) will be held in Queenstown, New Zealand as part of Queenstown Research week. The main themes of the conference will be computer aided drug design, computational chemistry and chemoinformatics.
Topics: computer aided drug design, computational chemistry and chemoinformatics
4–7 October 2012 BIBM12 — International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine
Philadelphia, PA, USA
The IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM) has established itself as the premier research conference in bioinformatics and biomedicine. IEEE BIBM 2012 provides a leading forum for disseminating the latest research in bioinformatics and health informatics. It brings together academic and industrial scientists from computer science, biology, chemistry, medicine, mathematics and statistics.
Jackson, MS, USA
We would like to invite you and encourage your students, postdoctoral fellows and colleagues to participate in the 21th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry (21th CCTCC) to be held in Jackson, Miss (USA), on November 9-10, 2012.
This CCTCC meeting will gather plenary lectures by twenty five invited speakers who have made prominent contributions to the broad field of computational and quantum chemistry. It will also provide the opportunity to all members of our community, researchers and students, to present and discuss their work through several poster sessions. Contributions in all areas of methods development and applications in theoretical chemistry are welcome.
15–16 November 2012 4th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress 2012
Topics: Genomics, Epigenetics, Metagenomics, Bioinformatics, Data Management, Next Generation Sequencing, Analytical Genomics, Computational Biology, Oncology, RNA Profiling, Molecular Genomics, Microbiology, Nutrition, Biomarkers, Data Management
11–14 February 2013 BIOINFORMATICS 2013 — International Conference on Bioinformatics Models, Methods and Algorithms
The purpose of the International Conference on Bioinformatics Models, Methods and Algorithms is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in the application of computational systems and information technologies to the field of molecular biology, including for example the use of statistics and algorithms to understanding biological processes and systems, with a focus on new developments in genome bioinformatics and computational biology. Areas of interest for this community include sequence analysis, biostatistics, image analysis, scientific data management and data mining, machine learning, pattern recognition, computational evolutionary biology, computational genomics and other related fields.
Topics: Simulation Computational Intelligence Genomics and Proteomics Sequence Analysis Structural Bioinformatics Image Analysis Visualization Databases and Data Management Data mining and Machine Learning Biostatistics and Stochastic Models Pharmaceutical Applications Systems Biology Algorithms and Software Tools Web Services in Bioinformatics Computational Molecular Systems Immuno- and chemo-informatics Pattern recognition, clustering and classification Structure prediction Model design and evaluation Transcriptomics Next Generation Sequencing Structural Variations
List of covered topics:
- Introduction to force fields and molecular dynamics.
- Overview of AMBER and AmberTools and its programs.
- Introduction to setting up and running simulations.
- Visualizing AMBER simulations.
- Overview of AMBER Force Fields / Solvent Models etc.
- Introduction to implicit solvent and binding energy calculations.
- Protein folding and advanced analysis.
- Designing good simulation projects.
- Dealing with non-standard residues.
- What to do if there is no crystal structure.
- Statistical mechanics for free energy calculations.
- QM/MM coupled potential simulations.
- Advanced sampling methods.
- Lipid bilayer simulations.
- GPU accelerated molecular dynamics simulations.
In order to tackle the growing complexity associated with emerging and future life science challenges, bioinformatics and computational biology researchers and developers
need to explore, develop and apply novel computational concepts, methods, tools and systems. Many of these new approaches are likely to involve advanced and large-scale
computing techniques, computational approaches, technologies and infrastructures such as:
* High-performance architectures and systems (e.g., multicore, GPU);
* Distributed computing (e.g. grid, cloud, peer-to-peer, Web services, e-infrastructures);
* Computational simulation (mechanistic, stochastic, multi-model);
* Algorithms (theoretical and experimental aspects);
* Applied bioinformatics (analysis pipelines, tools, applications);
* Artificial and computational intelligence (machine learning, agents, evolutionary techniques, bio-inspired methods).
University of Pau, Pau, France
- Gather the researchers interested on the fields of approximation, numerical modelling and their applications in the environment sciences and natural resources.
- Reinforce the scientific interchange between researches from different countries, with special emphasis on the Mediterranean basin and neighbourhood.
- Encourage young researchers to present the results of their scientific works.
Promote the scientific research in the field of mathematics applied to environment sciences and natural resources.
- Enhance the fluidity of scientific interchange between university competences and socio-economic operators.
- Help new international research projects to arise by facilitating contacts between tentative partners
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics embodies a vibrant field of active research dedicated to a better description of equilibrium and dynamical properties of systems evolving out of equilibrium. The sixth installation of the Mainz Materials Simulation Days (MMSD) will cover state-of-the-art methodologies to simulate non-equilibrium systems in computer simulations. It gathers scientists of different backgrounds and expertise, from statistical physicists to biomolecular modelers, who can provide an original view over several different aspects of non-equilibrium processes in soft matter systems. In particular, this workshop will focus on various aspects of
- the description of theoretically-sound methodologies to simulate non-equilibrium systems
- the extension of non-equilibrium phenomena to coarse-grained models
- the prospects for in-silico manipulation of structure formation via control parameters and external factors.
The Chairman of the 6th International Conference on Experiments/Process/System Modeling/Simulation/Optimization (IC-EpsMsO), Prof. Demos T. Tsahalis, also Director of LFME, invites all scientists and engineers from the academic, scientific engineering and industrial sector to participate in the Conference and to contribute both in the promotion and dissemination of the scientific knowledge. Please forward to colleagues of yours that you think might be interested in participating.
Topics of Interest
Biological areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Sequence analysis, comparison and alignment methods;
- Motif, gene and signal recognition;
- Molecular evolution, phylogenetics and phylogenomics;
- Determination or prediction of the structure of RNA and protein in two and three dimensions;
- Inference/ reconstruction of metabolic/ regulatory networks or models;
- Analysis of high-throughput biological data (trancriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, fluxomics);
- Functional genomics;
- Molecular docking and drug design;
- Problems in population genetics such as linkage and QTL analysis, linkage disequilibrium analysis in populations, and haplotype determination;
- Metabolic engineering applications.
Computational areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining techniques;
- Text Mining and Language Processing;
- Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition;
- Rough, Fuzzy and Hybrid Techniques;
- Hidden Markov Models;
- Bayesian Approaches;
- Artificial Neural Networks;
- Support Vector Machines;
- Evolutionary Computing;
- Non-linear dynamical analysis methods and Intelligent signal processing.
Contribution related to any aspects from Scientific Computing to Computational Engineering and Numerical Analysis is enthusiastically encouraged. The contributions will be published in the Conference Proceedings which have ISSN number 2241-8865 and ISBN numbers.
Tällberg (Dalarna) Sweden