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CfP: Symposium on Current Trends in BioInformatics at IIT Madras [Mar 6-7, 2020]: Submit by Dec 31: Expired


The IITM-Tokyo Tech Joint Symposium is a biannual international symposium held in the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM), India in collaboration with the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo-Tech), Japan. During the symposium, experts in various domains of Bioinformatics gather from India and Japan under one roof to discuss and present their works.

The symposium provides a unique opportunity for the researchers and students to learn the frontiers and interact with eminent scientists in Bioinformatics. The 5th IITM-Tokyo Joint Symposium titled “Current Trends in BioInformatics” will be held from March 6-7, 2020 at IITM, Chennai, India.

  • Algorithms for biomolecular sequences/structures
  • Bioinformatics databases and tools
  • Protein function
  • Structure-based drug design
  • Machine learning
  • Deep learning
  • Large scale data analysis
  • Big Data
  • NGS Analysis
  • Protein interactions/network
  • Molecular modeling/docking/screening
  • Biomolecular structure and function
Who can Attend?
  • Students, research scholars, post-doctorates and faculty members in areas of life sciences interested in the mentioned research topics are eligible to apply.
  • Best poster awards and travel fellowships will be awarded to selected participants.
  • Participation certificate will be awarded to every participant.
Registration Fee
  • Students: INR 2,500
  • Research Scholars: INR 4,000
  • Faculties/ Industry: INR 5,000
Call for Papers

Interested candidates can register and submit their abstracts online by clicking here. The last date to submit your abstracts is December 31, 2019.

Important Dates
  • Registration open: 15th Aug 2019
  • Registration deadline: 31st Dec 2019
  • Abstract submission deadline: 31st Dec 2019
  • Oral presentation selection: 15th Jan 2020
  • Symposium: 6-7th Mar 2020

Email ID: iitmadras.tokyotech@gmail.com

For further details, click here.

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