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ICSB2001 Call for Posters

Michael Hucka mhucka at cds.caltech.edu
Mon Aug 13 15:39:12 EST 2001

                       CALL FOR POSTERS

                      *** ICSB 2001 ***

    The Second International Conference on Systems Biology

            The California Institute of Technology
                      Pasadena, CA, USA

                      November 4-7, 2001


    Poster abstract submission deadline: September 2, 2001

Systems Biology is the synergistic application of experiment,
theory and modeling towards understanding biological processes as
whole systems instead of isolated parts.  Understanding
biological processes from the systems perspective is an essential
cornerstone of a true understanding of biological function.

The Second International Conference on Systems Biology (ICSB2001)
will bring together researchers working in systems biology and
related areas to present the current status of their research and
to discuss future directions for the field.  This year, ICSB2001
will be held during November 4-7, 2001, at the California
Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, USA.

The conference will begin with tutorials and workshops on the
morning of Sunday, November 4.  Technical sessions will beginn
on Monday morning.  The sessions will feature keynote
speeches and invited presentations by world-renowned researchers,
along with afternoon poster sessions and evening social


Dr. Alfred G. Gilman -- Nobel laureate and head of the Alliance
                        for Cellular Signaling

Dr. David Botstein   -- Chair of the Dept. of Genetics at Stanford

Dr. Adam Arkin       -- Assistant Professor of Biophysical Chemistry 
                        and Bioengineering at LBL/UCBerkeley


Poster submission deadline:     Sep.   2, 2001
Tutorials                       Nov.   4, 2001
Technical sessions              Nov. 5-7, 2001


With this announcement we solicit submissions of POSTER ABSTRACTS to
the meeting.  Relevant topics include (but are certainly not limited
to) the following:

    Quantitative behavioral measurements for systems biology 
    Quantitative microscopy and imaging methods 
    Metabolomic arrays 
    Gene expression arrays 
    Mass spectrometry 
    Pharmacological methods 
    In vitro reconstituted systems 
    Metabolic control theory & biochemical systems theory 
    Biological engineering control theory 
    Stochastic and multiscale simulation 
    Robustness, modularity and evolvability 
    Network structure and dynamics 
    Spatiotemporal systems 
    Optimization methods 
    Bifurcation analysis 
    Modeling of gene, signal and metabolic networks 
    Novel computational algorithms 
    Software for system biology 
    Standards for systems biology 
    Databases for systems biology 
    Visualisation of networks and dynamics 
    Application of modeling to drug targeting 

Poster abstracts submitted by the deadline (September 2, 2001) to
the conference will be accepted and published in the proceedings
volume distributed at the conference.  The abstracts will also be
made available online at http://www.icsb2001.org prior the

Please visit the web site (http://www.icsb2001.org) or contact us
directly (icsb2001 at caltech.edu) for information about format
requirements and submission procedure.


John Doyle      -- California Institute of Technology
Mel Simon       -- California Institute of Technology
Hiroaki Kitano  -- ERATO Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project, JST, 
                   and The Systems Biology Institute


Tau-Mu Yi       -- Division of Biology, Caltech
Michael Hucka   -- Control and Dynamical Systems, Caltech
Herbert Sauro   -- Control and Dynamical Systems, Caltech
Mineo Morohashi -- ERATO Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project, JST

mailto:icsb2001 at caltech.edu

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