The goal of IPG (Integrative Post-Genomics) is to promote exchanges between scientists from different disciplines (biology, mathematics, computer sciences, physics) who are interested in the analysis and the data mining of the wealth of data generated by genome and post-genome projects, as well as the building of necessary modeling tools to gain system level thoughtful insights.
Topics of interest include (the list is not exhaustive):
genome analysis, evolutionary genomics and nuclear organization
transcriptome and proteome analysis
system biology, regulatory networks analysis
artificial life, modeling
Abstracts (maximum 500 words, in English) must be submitted before the 15th october 2010 through the IPG website. Abstracts presenting results of multidisciplinary nature are particularly welcome. The notification of selected abstracts (for poster sessions or oral presentations) will be available on the 1st of November 2010 through the IPG website.