All of our workshops have launched abstract calls to provide participants with the possibility to present their research during the workshop. Continue reading to find out to which workshop your research may fit.

Toward a common framework for annotated, accessible, reproducible and interoperable computational models in biology

This workshop brings together scientists from broader computational communities (multiscale, multicellular, and also quantitative modelling) to harmonise practices and foster interoperability and reusability of computational models in Systems Biology. Interested researches working in this area, can submit their abstracts directly to the workshop organisers (see workshop description).

Federating computational analyses with GA4GH standards

This workshop is dedicated to advancing the development, establishment and promotion of GA4GH standards-based federated cloud solutions for the large-scale analysis of genomic and biomedical data. If you are working on one of these topics and are interested in participating in the workshop, you can submit your abstract here.

BioNetVisA: biological network reconstruction, data visualization and analysis in biology and medicine

This workshop brings together the different actors of network biology, whether database providers, experimental biologists and clinicians involved in systems biology approaches, as well as computational biologists involved in data analysis and modelling. Interested participants can submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation via EasyChair.

For more information on the different workshops' content, have a look at their description!