December 18 - 20, 2006 New Delhi

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Important Information

Registration : at 3 pm -6 pm on 17 December at Ashok Hotel, New Delhi

Due to overwhelming response, Registration is closed for Indian students & Indian Academicians.

Registration kit material & lunch facility is not guaranteed to Spot Registrations

Limited transport will be available from IIT Hostel & Indian Social Institute at 7:30 am & 8:30 am

IIT Hostel @ Rs 100 per person/ per night

Indian social Instt. @ Rs 270 per person/ per night
(All rooms occupied. No rooms available)
Indian Social Institute
Lodhi Road
New Delhi
Tel : 91 11 24611745, 24622379, 2462 5015

Samrat hotel @ Rs 5800 per room per night
Kautilya Marg,Chankyapuri, New Delhi
Tel + 91 11 26110606

Ashok Hotel @ Rs 9125 per room per night
Kautilya Marg,Chankyapuri, New Delhi
Tel + 91 11 26110101

IIT Hostel Accomodation List

Hostel Kumaon (View) (Contact Person : Mr. Anand Kumar - 9899594240)

Hostel Zanskar (View) (Contact Person : Mr. Ram Karan - 9810076288)

Girls Hostel (View) (Contact Person : Ms. A.Gandhimathi. - 9871350526)

* Kindly reach IIT Delhi main gate, the security guard will have a list with their names & from there respective details

InCoB 2006 and its Objectives:

InCoB, the International Conference in Bioinformatics is a major meeting in the general area of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, and is among the first such meetings being organized in India by the Department of BioTechnology (DBT). We hope to bring together the extensive and diverse groups working in the country along with leading researchers in the area from across the world. It also includes the annual conference of the Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network (APBioNet). This is their fifth Annual International Conference.

Previous InCoB meetings were

  1. InCoB 2002 at Bangkok, Thailand,
  2. InCoB 2003 at Penang, Malaysia,
  3. InCoB 2004 at Auckland, New Zealand
  4. InCoB 2005 at Busan, South Korea

This provides for an international forum that will present cutting-edge computational biology applications and findings on interdisciplinary research such as molecular evolution, health, agriculture, microbes and tropical diseases and on sequence and structure analysis. The main objective of the InCoB is to provide a platform for experts and budding bioinformaticians to develop and apply computational methods for solving biological varying problems and to discuss and exchange ideas and thoughts on the development of bioinformatics.

Over 1000 participants from across the globe are expected to participate in the conference including students, academicians, pharmaceutical companies and other corporates.

Themes for the Conference Sessions:

  • Computational Biology
  • Genomics and Proteomics
  • Molecular Dynamics simulations
  • Drug Design
  • Structural Bioinformatics
  • Synthetic Biology
  • Micro array analysis
  • Data Mining and databases
  • Industry Interference
  • Bioinformatics products

Conference Highlights

  • Fifteen Plenary talks that will cover the entire field, along with up to 30 invited talks by speakers who are leaders in the area. Parallel sessions to give broad coverage of the field.

  • Platform for both Academia and Industry to come together and associate themselves with the latest developments and the future trends in Computational Biology.

  • Original, refereed papers will be published in the journals BMC Bioinformatics and Journal of Biosciences (Bangalore)..

  • Poster Presentations.

  • Software Demonstration.

Areas of Interest:

Please submit original research papers including significant works-in-progress in any aspect of bioinformatics including the following areas, not limited to:

  • Sequence Analysis
  • Evolution and Phylogeny
  • Genomic
  • Transcriptomics
  • Proteomics
  • Pathways
  • Networks and Systems Biology
  • Structural Bioinformatics
  • Neuro-informatics
  • Bio-Ontologies
  • Biomedical Text Mining
  • Biological Data Modeling and Integration
  • LIMS and Other Tools To Support Experimental Biology
  • Applications of Bioinformatics to Biomedicine
  • Agriculture and Drug Discovery

Department of BioTechnology, Government of India

Jawaharlal Nehru University

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi





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