[sysbio] ICSB 2010, Edinburgh, UK. 10th-15th October 2010 - Call for Tutorials

Steven Watterson s.watterson at ed.ac.uk
Thu Dec 10 04:37:34 PST 2009



Subject: ICSB 2010, Edinburgh, UK. 10th-15th October 2010 - Call for
Tutorials


Call For Tutorials

10th International Conference on Systems Biology Edinburgh, UK. 10th-15th
October 2010

The ICSB tutorials series is meant to prepare attendees for a better
understanding of certain aspects of the main conference, by giving them an
introduction to the tools and methods of general interest for systems
biology and by providing hands-on experience where appropriate. We would now
like to invite prospective tutorial organisers to submit proposals for
ICSB2010 tutorials to the organising commitee.

Proposals should include the purpose and background of the subject area, the
name of organizer and speakers, a description of their organisation, an
estimate of the numbers of participants and mention whether demonstration
facilities other than a standard AV system will be used. If tutorial
material already exists even in draft stage, it would be helpful for the
programme committee to make a more informed decision, if it were included
with the proposal. Tutorials will last up to 4hrs.

Enquiries can be made directly to Prof. Vincent Danos (vdanos at inf.ed.ac.uk)
and Dr. Hong Yue (hong.yue at eee.strath.ac.uk).

Examples of tutorials given at recent ICSB meetings can be found at
http://www.icsb-2007.org/tutorials/index.html
http://www.icsb-2008.org/main.php?display=tutorials
http://icsb-2009.org/schedule.php#tutorial1

Deadline for tutorial proposals: Jan 15 2010 Tutorial venue and date:
Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Oct 10 2010 Submission can be
made directly to Prof Danos and Dr Yue or via the conference website.

Registration and Fees:
There is no charge to present an academic/non-profit tutorial. Registration
for tutorials will be handled by ICSB and participants will be charged to
cover the local expenses. Tutorial presenters and attendees are expected to
register for the main conference. Appropriate badging for all tutorial
attendees will be provided.

Commercial tutorials may be presented at a cost of GBP500. Commercial
tutorials are tutorials that primarily focus on using specific commercial
products or systems, or at which commercial products are advertised,
promoted, or sold, or which are primarily taught by the distributors or
producers of those products. The program committee will make the final
determination of whether or not a tutorial is commercial.

For more information about ICSB2010, please see http://www.icsb-2010.net/


Sent on behalf of:

Chair of the Scientific Program Committee and Congress Chairman, Prof. Igor
Goryanin 

Vice Chair of the Scientific Program Committee, Dr. Andrew B. Goryachev

10th International Conference on Systems Biology Edinburgh, UK. 10th-15th
October 2010 http://www.icsb-2010.net/





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