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2008
DateEventparticipant (CBRC)
11/6-7 CBRC2008
11/6 39th Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Molecular Biology Informatics
11/6 The 1st Japan-India Bilateral Symposium
on Bioinformatics
11/46 The 2nd Taiwan-Japanese Young Researchers Conference on Computational and Systems Biology Taiwan-Japan
11/47 BiWO2008BioInformatics Week In Odaiba)
7/27/4 7th International BIO Expo
2/112/15 BioHackathon 2008

The Annual Meeting of Computational Biology Research Center 2008

Date 6th - 7th. November, 2008
Venue Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC), AIST
Accesshttp://www.cbrc.jp/ja/map.ja.html
Detail CBRC2008 Official HP:http://www.cbrc.jp/cbrc2008/top.html
About CBRC2008:
CBRC2008 is an annual meeting of the Computational Biology Research Center (CBRC) that performs bioinformatics research on a variety of topics. This meeting will feature software demonstration, oral presentations, and poster session, in addition to three invited talks by outstanding scientists. These will provide participants with both an overview of CBRC's research activity and the opportunity to directly discuss individual topics with the presenters.
Program(tentative)
Nov.6(THU
10:00-12:00 Software Demonstration
SEVENS & GRIFFIN, fRNA Database, Softwares for RNA sequence analysis, LAST, WoLF PSORT, POODLE, TMBETA-NET, SGCAL, EzCatDB, CellMontage/SAMURAI, ASIAN, INOH, Meatabolome.JP
18:00-19:00 Joint Poster Session
19:00- Joint Banquet
Nov.7(FRI
9:30 Opening Remarks
9:50
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11:10
Oral Presentations1
Toutai Mituyama, Team Leader of RNA Informatics Team, CBRC
Oral Presentations2
Michiaki Hamada, Reserch Scientist of Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc.
Oral Presentations3
Paul Horton, Team Leader of Sequence Analysis Team, CBRC
Oral Presentations4
Martin Frith, Research Scientist of Sequence Analysis Team, CBRC
Coffee Break
11:30
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12:30
Invited Lectures
Dr. John SpougeNCBI
Lunch
14:00
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15:00
Invited Lectures
Dr. Shoji Takada, Associate Professor of Kyoto University
15:00
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16:00
Invited Lectures
Dr. Kunihiko Kaneko, Professor of Tokyo University
Coffee Break
16:20
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18:00
Oral Presentations5
Chie Motono, Research Scientist of Molecular Modeling Drug Design Team, CBRC
Oral Presentations6
Shinsuke Yamada, AIST Research Scientist of Molecular Function Team, CBRC
Oral Presentations7
Nozomi Nagano, Senior Research Scientist of Cell Function Design Team, CBRC
Oral Presentations8
Ryoko Morikao, AIST Research Scientist of Biological Network Team, CBRC
Oral Presentations9
Toshiyuki Tashiro, Integration of Biological Information Group, System Integrate Manager, CBRC
18:00-18:30 Joint Poster Session

39th Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Molecular Biology Informatics (SIG-MBI)

Date 6th, November, 2008 13:3018:00 Oral Presentations
19:00Joint Banquet
Venue Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC), AIST
Accesshttp://www.cbrc.jp/ja/map.ja.html
Detail Official HPhttp://seq.cbrc.jp/events/SIG_MBI_CBRC2008/
Host The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence
About JSAI SIG-MBI:
SIG-MBI is a special interest group of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence focusing on topics related to molecular biology. This meeting will feature invited talks (mostly in Japanese) from researchers on the forefront of proteomics and next generation sequencing.

The 1st Japan-India Bilateral Symposium
on Bioinformatics

Date 6th, November, 2008 13:3019:00 Oral Presentations
19:00 Banquet
Venue Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC), AIST
Accesshttp://www.cbrc.jp/ja/map.ja.html
Detail http://molf-jibs.cbrc.jp/index.html
Host Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC),
Indian Institute of Technology,
Delhi (IITD) & Bharathidasan University(BARD)
About The 1st Japan-India Bilateral Symposium on Bioinformatics:
The 1st JIBS (Japan-India Bilateral Symposium on Bioinformatics) is a strategic Japanese-Indian cooperative programme on Multidisciplinary Research Field, which combines Information and Communications Technology with Bioinformatics. This meeting will introduce the research between the two countries about the recognition mechanism studies of bio-complexes using GRID computing.
Program(tentative)
Nov.6(THU
13:30- 13:40 Openning
Dr. Hiroshi Kuriyama (Research Coordinator, AIST)
13:40
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13:50
Greeting
Dr. Kiyoshi Asai (Director, CBRC)
13:50
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14:40
Activity on Bioinformatics at IITD
Prof. Jayaram, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD), Dept. of Chemistry (Dept. Head) & Supercomputing Facility for Bioinformatics (Director)
14:40
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15:10
Activity on Glycoscience
Dr. Hirabayashi (Deputy Director), Research Center for Medical Glycoscience (RCMG)
15:10
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15:40
Activity on Cell Engineering
Dr. Renu (Team Leader), Research Institute for Cell Engineering (RICE), Cell Proliferation Research Group
15:40
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16:00
Activity on Molefular Function Team
Dr. Fukui, Molecluar Function Team, CBRC
Coffee Break
16:30
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17:10
Activity on Bioinfomatics at BARD
Dr. Selvaraj, Bharathidasan University
17:10
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17:35
Interaction
Dr. Gromiha, Molecluar Function Team, CBRC
17:35
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18:00
Network
Dr. Nemoto, Molecluar Function Team, CBRC
18:00-19:00 Poster
19:00- Banquet

The 2nd Taiwan-Japan Young Researchers Conference on Computational and Systems Biology

Date 4th - 6th, November, 2008
Venue Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC), AIST
Accesshttp://www.cbrc.jp/ja/map.ja.html
Detail Official HPhttp://www.cb.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/tjyoung2/index.htm
About The 2nd Taiwan-Japanese Young Researchers Conference on Computational and Systems Biology:
The uniqueness of this international meeting is that everything is planned and conducted by young Ph. D. candidates and post-docs. There is no compromise on the quality though. Also there is no age limit for participants, and anybody is welcome to join.

BiWO2008
BioInformatics Week In Odaiba

Date 4th - 7th, November, 2008
Venue Computational Biology Research Center(CBRC), AIST
Accesshttp://www.cbrc.jp/ja/map.ja.html
Detail Official HPhttp://www.cbrc.jp/biwo2008/index.html
About BiWO2008:
4 Conferences concerning to bioinformatics will be held during "Bioinformatics Week in Odaiba 2008 (BiWO2008)", November 4 - 7, 2008, at AIST Tokyo waterfront, Odaiba, Tokyo.
Links for details;

  • The 2nd Taiwan-Japan Young Researchers Conference on Computational and Systems Biology
  • The 1st Japan-India Bilateral Symposium on Bioinformatics
  • 39th Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Molecular Biology Informatics only Japanese)
  • The Annual Meeting of Computational Biology Research Center (CBRC2008)
  • 7th International BIO Expo
    BIO ACADEMIC FORUM

    Date 2nd - 4th, July, 2008
    Venue Tokyo Bigsight, Japan
    Host Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
    Detail & Contact BIO ACADEMIC FORUM
    http://www.bio-expo.jp/bio/english/academia/index.phtml
    • CBRC Oral Presentations
    • The CBRC will host a pavilion at the 7th annual International Bio EXPO on July 2-4 at Tokyo Big Site.Five CBRC scientists will present their latest work in oral and poster presentations.Please enjoy lively discussion with numerous other participant.

    • July 2 Wed.
    • 10:50-11:20ACA-4
      Title: "High performance computing for protein interaction/affinity"
      Kazuhiko Fukui Team Leader, Molecular Function Team
    • 11:30-12:00ACA-6
      Title: "CellMontage: Integrated Analysis System for Large-Scale Microarray Data"
      Wataru Fujibuchi Team Leader, Cell Function Design Team
    • July 3 Thu.
    • 12:50-13:20ACA-3
      Title: "Protein structure-based in silico screening"
      Takatsugu Hirokawa Team Leader, Molecular Modeling & Drug Design Team
    • 15:30-16:00ACA-5
      Title: "An application of the functional RNA database for annotating small RNAs"
      Toutai Mituyama Team Leader, RNA Informatics Team
    • July 4 Fri.
    • 10:50-11:20ACA-3
      Title: "Molecular simulation of amyloid fibril for drug design"
      Tomoshi Kameda Research Scientist, Molecular Modeling & Drug Design Team


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