Call for Posters and Lightning Talks:
Nanoinformatics 2011 (December 7-9, 2011, Arlington, VA) will bring together informatics experts, nanotechnology researchers, and other stakeholders and potential contributors to advance Nanoinformatics 2020 Roadmap goals. The workshop will set a clear path for Nanoinformatics participants through the presentation of projects and research, open discussions, and strategic planning sessions.
Participants are invited to submit poster abstracts that:
- Describe existing nanoinformatics projects within a specific nanotechnology application area
- Describe informatics exemplars from outside the nanotechnology domain that would be appropriate models for nanoinformatics
- Describe novel approaches to the collection and/or curation of nanotechnology data
- Demonstrate innovative use of computational and/or information technologies to solve problems within the nanotechnology domain
- Address cultural, legal, or ethical barriers to data sharing within the nanotechnology community
Participants are welcome to submit posters that address the Nanoinformatics 2011 themes: Quantitative Structure Activity Relationships and Minimum Required Characteristics.
A Lightning Talk session on Friday, December 9, will highlight a variety of 10-minute presentations. Participants are invited to submit Lightning Talk abstracts that:
- Report out on nanoinformatics projects
- Propose new pilots for the Nanoinformatics 2020 Roadmap
- Give feedback on the Nanoinformatics 2020 Roadmap
- Address any of the poster prompts listed above
Poster and Lightning Talk abstracts that describe a project or approach as outlined above will be reviewed by program theme co-chairs.
Please limit your abstract to 500 words.
Both poster and Lightning Talk submissions will be accepted until November 14, 2011.
Authors will be notified about the status of their submission as it is reviewed.
Submit your abstract.
Contact: Jessica Adamick, InterNano Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nanoinformatics 2011 is open to all members of the nanoinformatics community and will be organized and governed by that community. Contact the program committee to get involved.
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