International Symposium on
Integrative Bioinformatics
5th annual meeting
20th to 22nd August 2008
Leucorea, Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany

University of Halle (Saale)
  
 
PROGRAMME
  Tuesday 19th August 2008
  13:00 - 17:30   Pre-Symposium Meeting - Data Integration Software tutorial
(requires a seperate registration)
  Wednesday 20th August 2008
  11:00   Symposium registration desk opens
  12:00   Buffet lunch
  13:00   Welcome
F. Schreiber (IPK Gatersleben, Germany)
    1st Session: Data Integration and Integrative Databases
  13:10
keynote
  Karp, Peter A Comprehensive Schema for Bioinformatics Data Integration
(SRI International, USA)
  14:00   Baumbach, Jan MoRAine - A web server for fast computational transcription factor binding motif re-annotation
(Center for Biotechnology, Bielefeld University, Germany)
  14:30   Belmamoune, Mounia Data Integration for Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Gene Expression of Zebrafish development: the GEMS database
(Leiden University, The Netherlands)
  15:00   Coffee break
  15:30   Töpel, Thoralf BioDWH: A Data Warehouse Kit for Life Science Data Integration
(Bielefeld University, Germany)
  16:00   Taubert, Jan Graph-based sequence annotation using a data integration approach
(Rothamsted Research, UK)
  16:30 - 18:30
Seminar Room 1 & 2
  Poster Session
  16:30-18:30   Software demonstrations
Audimax
  16:30   V. A. Ivanisenko, E. E. Yarkova, P. S. Demenkov and A. V. Kochetov ANDCell: a tool for automated knowledge extraction from PubMed and reconstruction of association networks
  17:10   R. Smith, S. Contrino, H. Janssens, J. Kulaviak, R. Lyne, K. Rutherford, J. Sullivan, D. Tomlinson, M. Wakeling, X. Watkins and G. Micklem InterMine: open source data warehouse and query interface
  17:50   A. Joecker, A. Groscurth, F. Hoffmann and H. Schoof AFAWE: Automatic and Manual Functional Annotation in a distibuted Web Service Environment
 
  Thursday 21st August 2008
    2nd Session: Integrative Data Analysis and Interpretation
  09:00
keynote
  Schomburg, Dietmar Experiment and Bioinformatics in Systems Biology
(Technical University Braunschweig, Germany)
  09:50   Sun, Yudong Converting Biomolecular Modelling Data based on an XML Representation
(University of Oxford, UK)
  10:20   Kwok Yip, Szeto Effectiveness of Closure of Public Places with Time Delay in Disease Control
(Physics Dept. HKUST, Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China)
  10:50   Coffee break
  11:15   Borowski, Krzysztof Visual Comparison of Multiple Gene Expression Datasets in a Genomic Context
(University of Calgary, Canada)
  11:45   Harrison, Andrew P. Widespread existence of uncorrelated probe intensities from within the same probeset on Affymetrix GeneChips
(University of Essex, UK)
  12:15   Buffet lunch
  13:00   Guided Tour through the World Heritage City Wittenberg
    3rd Session: Network Analysis
  15:50   Yuan, Yinyin A Bayes Random Field Approach for Integrative Large-Scale Regulatory Network Analysis
(University of Warwick, UK)
  16:20   Eronen, Lauri Subgraph Queries by Context-free Grammars
(University of Helsinki, Finland)
  16:50   Coffee break
  17:15   Emig, Dorothea Integrative Visual Analysis of the Effects of Alternative Splicing on Protein Domain Interaction Networks
(Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany)
  17:45   Åkerlung, Arto ReMatch: a web-based tool to construct, store and share stoichiometric metabolic models with carbon maps for metabolic flux analysis
(University of Helsinki, Finland)
  18:15 - 19:00   Poster Session
Seminar Room 1 & 2
  18:15   Software demonstration
Audimax
  18:15   P. Karp Integration of Metabolism, Genomics, and Regulation in Pathway Tools
  19:30   Conference Dinner “Brauhaus Wittenberg”
 
  Friday 22nd August 2008
    4th Session: Data Mining
  09:00
keynote
  Thiele, Herbert Chemometric Approaches Based On MS/NMR Data For Metabolic Profiling
(Bruker Daltonik Germany)
  09:50   Mitra, Chanchal An Unusual Distribution of 6-nt Sequences Near The Transcription Start Site
(University of Hyderabad, India)
  10:20   Groth, Detlef GOblet: Annotation of anonymous sequence data with Gene Ontology and Pathway terms
(Potsdam University, Germany)
  10:50   Coffee break
  11:20   Teng , Li Discovering Distinct Patterns in Gene Expression Profiles
(The Chinese University of Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China)
  11:50   Niranjan, Mahesan Mining Protein Databases using Machine Learning Techniques
(University of Sheffield, UK)
  12:20   Final remarks
  12:30   Buffet lunch and then Depart
Sponsor: KWS SAAT AG

Sponsor: SunGene GmbH

 
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