Title Date de début Date de fin Pays Ville Description Site web
CSBIO 2019 - 10th International Conference on Computational Systems-Biology and Bioinformatics 04-12-2019 07-12-2019 France Nice
CSBIO 2019
10th International Conference on Computational Systems-Biology and Bioinformatics

With the advancement in next-generation molecular technology in generating the high-throughput "omics" data, life science has come to the era of "big data". To extract biological knowledge from the data and translate it into benefits for society (e.g. better medicine and healthcare), novel and advanced computational tools are needed for data analysis.

The call for paper targets contribution in the field of computational approaches designed to face the challenges aroused by biological systems. It aims at giving an overview of the cutting-edge methods and tools to address biological systems.

CSBio 2019 would like to invite researchers and industrial counterparts to meet at this event to exchange ideas and stimulate research collaborations.



Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Adaptive computation in bioinformatics
- Bio-data visualization
- Bio-inspired computing
- Biological network reconstruction and analysis
- Biomarker discovery
- Disease classification
- DNA, RNA and protein sequence analysis
- Drug discovery and validation
- Epigenetics/epigenomics
- Formal validation of biological systems
- Functional genomics
- Gene expression analysis
- Medical and biomedical informatics
- Modeling and simulation of biological processes, pathways, etc.
- Molecular evolution and phylogeny
- Next-generation sequencing
- Parallel and distributed computing for life science
- Population genetics
- Proteomics & other omics
- Protein folding
- Translational bioinformatics
NETTAB / BBCC 2019 Meeting 11-11-2019 13-11-2019 Italie Salerno

The topics of the event include the usual topics of NETTAB and BBCC workshops.
Moreover, a special session will be devoted to “Computational Proteomics”.


Computational Proteomics topics
A provisional list includes Bioinformatics methods, tools and platforms for:

  • Standardization of data and methods
  • Annotation, visualization, integrated discovery
  • Protein identification and validation
  • Biomarker discovery
  • Quantitative proteomics
  • Single cell proteomics
  • Targeted proteomics
  • Molecular imaging by mass spectrometry
  • Microbial proteomics

NETTAB Workshop topics
Bioinformatics methods, standards, tools, applications and experiences deployed over Internet, including:

  • On-line databases, software tools, user interfaces
  • Data integration and data fusion platforms, integrated bio-search
  • Grid and clouds applications and platforms
  • APIs and Web Services, workflow management platforms
  • Semantic tools, biomedical ontologies
  • Semantic Web tools, Linked Open Data, SPARQL endpoints
  • Biological Wikis, social applications for life sciences
  • Tools for collaborative development of software, databases and documents
  • Mobile bioinformatics apps

BBCC Meetings topics
Scientific contributions in all topics of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology field are welcome.
Oral presentations and posters are particularly encouraged for the following topics:

  • big data in medicine
  • health data analysis
  • structural bioinformatics and computational biochemistry
  • systems&synthetic biology
  • combinatorial optimization in molecular biology
  • omics and inter-omics data mining
  • metagenomics
  • agri-food applications
Genome Informatics 06-11-2019 09-11-2019 États-Unis New York

Genome Informatics

November 6 - 9, 2019

Abstract Deadline: August 16, 2019


Nicholas Loman, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Alicia Oshlack, Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Australia
Melissa Wilson, Arizona State University

The next Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory conference on Genome Informatics will be held at Cold Spring Harbor, New York (this meeting has alternated with the Hinxton meeting started under the joint auspices of CSHL and the Wellcome Trust). The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 6, and finish with lunch on Saturday, November 9, 2019.


  • Personal and Medical Genomics
  • Transcriptomics, Alternative Splicing and Gene Predictions
  • Epigenomics and Non-Coding Genome
  • Data Curation and Visualization
  • Variant Discovery and Genome Assembly
  • Comparative, Evolutionary, and Metagenomics
Artificial Evolution 2019 (EA-2019) 28-10-2019 30-10-2019 France Mulhouse

The Biennial International Conference on Artificial Evolution (EA-2019) will celebrate its 14th anniversary from 28 to 30 October 2019 in Mulhouse, France.

Topics of interest : 
Authors are invited to submit original papers related, but not limited to :
- Evolutionary computation, evolutionary optimization, coevolution, natural computing, soft computing.
- Artificial Life, population dynamics.
- Theory, algorithm design and evaluation, implementations, parallelizations.
- Application of evolutionary paradigms to the real world (biosciences, industry, socioeconomic sciences etc).
- Biologically-inspired metaheuristics (swarm intelligence, articial ants, artificial immune systems, cultural algorithms, etc).
- Memetic algorithms, multi-objective optimization, interactive optimization, constraint handling, dynamic optimization, etc.
- Hybridization with other soft computing techniques like machine Learning or fuzzy logic.
- Evolutionary robotics, education, visualization, interactive design and artistic applications.

Probabilistic Modeling in Genomics (ProbGen) meeting 06-10-2019 09-10-2019 France Aussois

We are pleased to announce the 5th Probabilistic Modeling in Genomics meeting (ProbGen19), to be held in Aussois, in the French Alps, Oct 6-9, 2019

 The goal of this meeting is to cover a wide variety of topics in genomics, ranging from population genomics to systems biology and cancer genomics, with a particular focus on the use of novel mathematical and computational models and inference methods to address timely and important biological questions. What makes the meeting special, in our view, is that it has substantial mathematical and theoretical depth yet remains well grounded in the practical and scientific concerns of modern genomics. We invite abstract submissions on a range of topics including functional genomics, molecular evolution, phylogenetics, epidemiology, methods for genome-wide association studies, quantitative genetics, etc…

We will have three keynote speakers:

Barbara Engelhardt (Princeton University)

Gil McVean (Big Data Institute, University of Oxford)

Caroline Colijn (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver)

Alongside invited speakers, oral presentations will be selected from submitted abstracts. We particularly encourage abstract submissions from junior investigators, including postdoctoral fellows and graduate students. A few grants will be available for students and postdocs.



4th Disease Maps Community Meeting (DMCM2019) 02-10-2019 04-10-2019 Espagne Seville

We are glad to announce the 4th Disease Maps Community Meeting (DMCM2019) that will take place 2nd - 4th October in Hospital Virgen del Rocio, Sevilla, Spain (http://disease-maps.org/DMCM2019).


The event is held on yearly basis and presents advances in our knowledge on the molecular mechanisms of diseases, in mathematical modelling for understanding their progression and in developing software for supporting maps and carrying out different types of analyses. The meeting includes not only presentations and posters but also software demos and discussions on hot topics in systems medicine. Please see, for example, the outcome of the Luxembourg meeting discussions recently published in Briefings in Bioinformatics (https://doi.org/10.1093/bib/bby024).

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline: 1 August

Decision on abstract selection: 2 September

Registration deadline: 10 September

DMCM2019: 2-3 October


Contributions are welcome for oral presentations, posters, software demos or topics for discussion. Please, send abstracts through: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dmcm2019  

RECOMB COMPARATIVE GENOMICS 2019 01-10-2019 04-10-2019 France Montpellier RECOMB COMPARATIVE GENOMICS 2019 17th RECOMB Satellite Conference on Comparative Genomics, RECOMB-CG 2019 SCOPE The annual RECOMB Comparative Genomics Satellite Conference (RECOMB-CG) brings together leading researchers in the mathematical, computational and life sciences to discuss cutting edge research in comparative genomics, with an emphasis on computational approaches and the analysis of novel experimental results. The program will include keynote talks, contributed talks, and a poster session. The 17th RECOMB-CG conference will be held in Montpellier, France, October 1-4 2019 (https://recombcg2019.bitbucket.io). With this Call for Papers we invite high-quality original full papers on topics related to the conference theme. A detailed call for posters will be published later on the conference web page. TOPICS Papers are solicited on, but not limited to, the following topics: - genome evolution - genome rearrangements - genome variation, diversity and dynamics - phylogenomics - comparative tools for genome assembly - population genomics - comparison of functional networks - comparative epigenomics - paleogenomics - cancer evolution genomics - epidemiology - gene identification and/or annotation https://recombcg2019.bitbucket.io
The 23rd Evolutionary Biology Meeting at Marseilles 24-09-2019 29-09-2019 France Marseilles

23rd Evolutionary Biology Meeting at Marseilles,

September 24-27,2019 Marseilles FRANCE

twetter : EvolBiolMeetingMarseilles


The Evolutionary Biology Meeting at Marseilles is an annual congress which has gathered high level experts in evolutionary biology since its creation in 1997.

If the congress was initially a local meeting, it quickly gained an important weight in the scientific life. Indeed, whereas the number of participants has been increasing, the geographical origin of the researchers has been diversifying and widening year by year.

Today, the Evolutionary Biology Meeting at Marseilles has reached a worldwide dimension and plays a paramount role in the international scientific life: allowing the gathering of high level specialists, it encourages the exchange of ideas and stimulates the works of the researchers all through the world.

IB2019 - 15th International Symposium on Integrative Bioinformatics 18-09-2019 20-09-2019 France Paris

International Symposium on Integrative Bioinformatic 2019

September 18-20 2019, Paris, France   

One of the current challenges faced by the scientific community is to develop knowledge from the sharply increasing wealth of data produced in particular by high throughput technologies (genomics, phenomics, etc…). The Integrative Bioinformatics symposium aims at exchanging knowledge and experiences about the key science and technology strategies that allow integrating, aligning and modeling heterogenous types of big data to generate knowledge about complex biological systems. The topics explored are the following: 

  • Big Data:Large-scale systems for text and graph analysis, knowledge discovery and data mining, optimization, tool integration and workflow systems, novel algorithmic and statistical techniques for big data. 
  • Data Science:Methods for analysing biological data, networks, time series; mining sequences, omics data, protein structures and functions, gene regulatory networks, genotype to phenotype data. 
  • Foundations:Databases and data warehouses, biological ontologies, linked data; models and algorithms; relational/structured learning, deep learning, manifold learning; classification, clustering, regression; visualization.   

The Integrative Bioinformatic Symposium is a annual international event that gather several key actors of the data integration domain:

  • computer scientists developing solutions for big data management and exploration including text and graph analysis, linked data and integration based on Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Researchable (FAIR) datasets, knowledge discovery and data mining, tool integration and workflow systems, algorithmic and statistics. 
  • Communities using these approaches to meet their specific challenges including European Infrastructures like Elixir and Emphasis, WheatIS of the Wheat Initiative or the international Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. 
German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB2019) 16-09-2019 19-09-2019 Allemagne Heidelberg

The 2019 edition of the German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB2019) will take place in Heidelberg 16-19 September 2019 (https://gcb2019.de/). 

It will bring together a large bioinformatics community from Germany and abroad, with around 250-300 attendees expected.

This year's conference will focus in particular on topics of medical informatics and computational approaches in disease.

[BC]2 Workshop: Annotation and Curation of Computational Models in Biology 09-09-2019 09-09-2019 Suisse Basel

[BC]2 Workshop: Annotation and Curation of Computational Models in Biology, September 9, 2019, Basel 


The fast accumulation of biological data calls for more systematic approaches for their integration, analysis and exploitation. The generation of novel, relevant hypotheses from this enormous quantity of data remains challenging. Logical models have long been used to answer a variety of questions regarding the dynamical behaviours of regulatory networks. As the number of published logical models increases, there is a pressing need for proper model annotation, referencing and curation in community-supported and standardised formats. 
In this context, organised by members of the Consortium for Logical Models and Tools (CoLoMoTo – http://colomoto.org) and of the Computational Modeling of Biological Systems Community of Special Interest (COSI) of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) (SysMod - https://sysmod.info/), this workshop  aims to review and connect different ongoing projects, bringing together people from different communities involved in modelling and annotation of molecular biological entities, interactions, pathways and models.

Invited speakers

Several experts on data annotation, model curation, and community standard development are invited. In addition, a call for abstract submissions will be issued (see details below).

  • Martin Kuiper, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NO
  • Claudine Chaouiya, IGC, Oeiras PT & I2M, Aix-Marseille University, FR 
  • Birgit Meldal, Complex Portal & IntAct Curator, EMBL-EBI, Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, UK
  • Rahuman S. Malik Sheriff, Project Leader (BioModels), EMBL-EBI, London, UK
  • Cristina Casals, UniProtKB/ Swiss-Prot Biocurator, SIB, Geneva, CH
  • Paul Thomas – GO, (LEGO/Noctua), USC, USA
Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics (WABI) 2019 08-09-2019 10-09-2019 États-Unis Niagara Falls, NY

The Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics (WABI), established in 2001, is one of the major annual conferences on algorithms in bioinformatics. WABI 2019 will be held on September 8-10 in Niagara Falls, NY, USA, together with ACM-BCB 2019.



All research in algorithmic work in bioinformatics, computational biology and systems biology. The emphasis is mainly on discrete algorithms and machine-learning methods that address important problems in molecular biology, that are founded on sound models, that are computationally efficient, and that have been implemented and tested in simulations and on real datasets. The goal is to present recent research results, including significant work-in-progress, and to identify and explore directions of future research.

CIBB 2019 - 16th International Conference on Computational Intelligence methods for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics 04-09-2019 05-09-2019 Italie Bergamo

CIBB 2019: Computational Intelligence methods for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics

The main goal of this 16th edition of the CIBB international conference is to provide a multi-disciplinary forum open to researchers interested in the application of computational intelligence, in a broad sense, to open problems in bioinformatics, biostatistics, systems and synthetic biology and medical informatics. Cutting edge methodologies capable of accelerating life science discoveries will be discussed. 
Following its tradition and roots, this year's meeting will bring together researchers from the international scientific community interested in advancements and future perspectives in bioinformatics and biostatistics. Also, looking at current trends and future opportunities at the edge of computer and life sciences, the application of computational intelligence to system and synthetic biology, and the consequent impact on innovative medicine will be of great interest for the conference. Theoretical and experimental biologists are also invited to participate in order to present novel challenges and foster multidisciplinary collaboration.