The International Journal of Computational Biology, Informatics and Control (IJCBIC)

The International Journal of Computational Biology, Informatics and Control (IJCBIC)
Event on 2013-01-20 09:00:00
Scope & Topics

The International Journal of Computational Biology, Informatics and Control (IJCBIC) is a bi-monthly open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Computational Biology, Informatics and Control. With the advances of Information Technology, Computer Science and Control Engineering, research in computational biology promotes medical research, drug design and applications. The emerging computational, statistical and biomedical approaches are useful in several applied areas of Science and Engineering. Control methods are closed related to Chaos, Automation, Communication, Robotics, Power Systems, and Biomedical Instrumentation. The journal focuses on all technical and practical aspects of Computational Biology, Informatics and Control Engineering. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on modelling concepts, computer simulation, bioinformatics, biomedical and quantitative approaches, control methods and establishes new collaborations in these areas.

Authors are solicited to contribute to this journal by submitting articles that illustrate research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics and Control Theory.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Adaptive control
Agriculture, environment, health applications
Algorithms, modelling and simulation of biosets
Applications of modelling in science and engineering
Biodata visualisation
Biodatabases and data mining
Bioinformatics engineering
Biological modelling
Biological systems and models
Biomedical data engineering
Biomedical image processing (segmentation, registration, fusion)
Biomedical modeling and computer simulation
Biomolecular and phylogenetic databases
Biomolecular dynamics
Bio-ontology and data mining
Body and cell biosignatures
Cellular signalling and communications
Chaos Theory
Computational genomics, Intelligence, proteomics, structural biology
Computer modelling
Control theory
Data visualization
Digital control
DNA assembly, clustering, and mapping
Drug design and drug discovery
Embedded systems
Engineering models in biomedicine
Fault detection and isolation
Feedback control
Functional genomics
Fuzzy logic
Gene expression analysis
Gene ontology
Genetic algorithms
Genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
Hidden Markov models
High performance computing
High-throughput drug screening
Hybrid systems
Identification and classification of genes
Industry, military, space applications
Linear and nonlinear control systems
Machine learning
Mathematical modelling
Microarray technologies
Model predictive control
Molecular and cellular systems
Molecular evolution and phylogeny
Molecular modeling and simulation
Molecular sequence analysis
Monte Carlo simulation
Networked control systems
Neural networks
Neural networks and fuzzy logic
Numerical analysis and scientific computing
Optimization and optimal control
Parallel algorithms and architectures for biological analysis
Phylogeny reconstruction algorithms
Power Systems
Process control and instrumentation
Protein docking
Protein structure prediction and molecular simulation
Real-time issues
Robust control
Scientific computing
Sequence assembly and sequence ontology
Sequence search and alignment
Signaling and computation in biomedical data engineering
Simulated annealing
Sliding mode control
Soft computing and control
Statistical analysis
Stochastic control and filtering
Support vector machines
System biology
System identification and control
Systems and automation
Systems biology
Important Dates

• Submission deadline : January 08, 2013
• Notification : January 17, 2013
• Final manuscript due : January 20, 2013
• Publication date : determined by the Editor-in-Chief

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Melbourne, Australia

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