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BIOCOMP'09: July 13, 2009 Schedule

Last modified 2009-06-20 13:20

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6:30am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)


08:30 - 08:45am:  WORLDCOMP'09 Opening Remarks - July 13, Monday:
                  Prof. Hamid R. Arabnia (General Chair & Coordinator)
                  University of Georgia, Georgia, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

08:45 - 09:40am:  Keynote Lecture - July 13, Monday:
                  Grid Computing
                  Prof. Ian Foster
                  Father of Grid Computing
                  Distinguished Professor of CS & Director, Computation
                  Institute, University of Chicago & Argonne National Lab.,
                  Illinois, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

09:45 - 10:40am:  Keynote Lecture 2 - July 13, Monday:
                  Advanced Nanotechnology: Advanced Computing on the Critical Path
                  Dr. K. Eric Drexler
                  Father of Nanotechnology
                  Chief Technical Advisor, Nanorex
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

10:45 - 11:35am:  Keynote Lecture 3 - July 13, Monday:
                  Algorithm Design for Reconfigurable Computing Systems
                  Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna
                  Charles Lee Powell Chair in Engineering; Professor of ECE & CS;
                  Executive Director of USC-Infosys Center for Advanced Software
                  Technologies (CAST), University of Southern California, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

11:40a - 12:30p:  Keynote Lecture 4 - July 13, Monday:
                  It's Like Deja-Vu All over Again ... Again
                  Dr. Jose L. Munoz
                  Deputy Director, National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of
                  Cyberinfrastructure (OCI) and NSF/ICI senior advisor.  Former
                  Director of Simulation & CS Office at the National Nuclear
                  Security Adm.'s Advanced Simulation & Computing (ASCI) program.
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

12:30 - 01:40pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)


01:40 - 02:40pm:  BIOCOMP KEYNOTE: July 13, Monday:
                  Prof. Brian D. Athey
                  Professor of Biomedical Informatics, University of Michigan
                  Medical School, USA; Founding Associate Director, U-M Center for
                  Computational Medicine & Biology (CCMB); Head, NIH National Center
                  for Integrative Biomedical Informatics; Director, Biomedical
                  Informatics Program of Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health
                  Research; Peace Fellow, Federation of American Scientists; Special
                  Advisor to Director of the Division of Program Coordinator,
                  Planning, & Strategic Initiatives (DPCPSI), in the office of the
                  Director of the NIH.
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 5)


03:00 - 03:40pm:  DISCUSSION SESSION A-BIOCOMP (Refreshments will be available)
                  July 13, 2009 (Monday)
                  (LOCATION: Hallways - Ballrooms 1-5)

                  O. Discovery of Structural Motifs in Metalloproteins Using
                     Protein Structural Alphabets and 1D Motif-finding Methods
                     Shih-Yen Ku, Chih-Ying Wei and Yuh-Jyh Hu
                     National Chiao Tung U. & University of Southern California, USA
                  O. Combinational Chemotherapy Drug Scheduling using Fuzzy Adaptive
                     and Neighborhood Operator Particle Swarm Optimization
                     Harish C. Soundararajan, V. Kumar Leelakrishnan, M. Sivanandham
                     Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering Pennalur, India
                  O. An Efficient Marker-based Registration Method Using Projection
                     Model Estimation with a Gaussian Weighting Function for TEM
                     Image Alignment
                     Ho Lee, Jeongjin Lee, Hyunna Lee and Yeong Gil Shin
                     Seoul National U., South Korea & The Catholic U., South Korea
                  O. Human Tissue Classification: an In Silico Approach
                     Guozhen Liu, Elvena Fong, Xiao Zeng
                     SABiosciences Corporation, Frederick, Maryland, USA
                  O. gSpider: a New Tool for Data Integration and Visualization
                     Elvena Fong, Xiao Zeng, and Guozhen Liu
                     SABiosciences Corporation, Frederick, Maryland, USA
                  O. Genetic Characterization and Population Structure of Arabian
                     oryx (Oryx leucoryx) Based on Microsatellite Analysis
                     Dr. Mohammad A. Khidhir, K. Praveen Kumar, Marwa Al-Aseer
                     Department of President's Affairs, Al-Ain, UAE
                  O. Generalized Method for 1-D Biosignals Compression
                     Luz Angela Aristizabal Q, Alvaro Ivan Morales P-
                     U. Autanoma de Manizales & U. Nacional de Colombia  & U. De Cadas, Colombia
                  O. Nano Bio Computing - Synthesis of a Nano Bio Computer Using
                     DNA and Nanorobots
                     G. Vaidyanathan; Vickram College of Engineering, India
                  O. There will also be a number of other papers.


SESSION 1-BIOCOMP: PROTEIN STRUCTURE, FUNCTION & PROTEOMICS
                  Co-Chairs: Dr. Mark Clement* and Dr. Wei Zhong**
                  *Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah USA
                  **University of South Carolina Upstate, USA
                  July 13, 2009 (Monday); 03:40pm - 06:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Ballroom 5)

03:40 - 04:00pm:  Accurate Prediction and Recognition of Subfamilies of G
                  Protein-Coupled Receptors from Amino Acid Sequences
                  Huixiao Hong, Qilong Hong, Weida Tong
                  US Food & Drug Administration, USA & University of Arkansas, USA

04:00 - 04:20pm:  A Protein Sub-structure Surface Comparison Method Using Distance Matrix
                  Nam Hee Yu, Kwang Su Jung, Yong Je Chung, Keun Ho Ryu
                  Chungbuk National University, Korea

04:20 - 04:40pm:  Conformational Sampling of Protein Loop Structures by Self-Guided
                  Langevin Dynamics
                  Michael S. Lee and Mark A. Olson
                  U.S. Army Research Laboratory, USA

04:40 - 05:00pm:  In silico Proteome Parsing Analysis to Identify Core Sets of
                  Proteins in Bacteriophages to Aid in Their Classification
                  Padmanabhan Mahadevan and Donald Seto
                  George Mason University, USA

05:00 - 05:20pm:  Analyzing Flexibilities of Lysozyme Mutations for Protein Surface
                  Comparison with Structure Factor and Phase Angle
                  Kwang Su Jung, Nam Hee Yu, Keun Ho Ryu, Yong Je Chung
                  Chungbuk National University, Korea

05:20 - 05:40pm:  Predicting Protein Complex Core Components Through Integration
                  of Different Types of Interaction Data
                  Patrick Tan and Frederic Pio
                  Simon Fraser University MBB Department, Canada

05:40 - 06:00pm:  FREE SLOT


06:00 - 09:00pm:  KEYNOTE & INVITED PRESENTATIONS + TUTORIALS
                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)


09:10 - 11:30pm:  CONFERENCE RECEPTION DINNER & PLANNED BANQUET KEYNOTE
                  July 13 - Monday
                  (LOCATION: Ballrooms 1-5)


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