We are happy to announce the 5th workshop on "Data Structures in Bioinformatics" taking place
The DSB workshop is an incubator of ideas and facilitates exchange as well as collaborations on topics related to algorithms and data structures in bioinformatics. Speakers will present state of the art techniques and recent advances in this field.
There is limited seating available in the U-Tower, so please submit your abstract and/or register early, ideally before the holiday season! Registration will be closed when the workshop is full.
After DSB, on February 7 and 8, there will probably be LSD & LAW in London. There are convenient flight options directly from Dortmund (DTM) to the London area.
To participate (without giving a talk), please use the EasyChair website, pretend to submit an abstract, but write "None" into title and abstract field, and indicate "I only want to register and participate" by choosing the corresponding radio button.
Please go to the workshop's EasyChair page, create an EasyChair account or log in with your existing account and submit a title and short abstract of your talk (one author: yourself, text only, no PDF papers). Additionally, please indicate in the choice field that you want to give a talk. Please only indicate yourself as an author in the author fields (so we don't get confused with registrations), and mention your co-authors in the abstract ("This is joint work with ..."). Thank you!
If the workshop is heavily over-subscribed, the organizers will make a selection among submitted abstracts to ensure a program that is diverse both in terms of topics and presenters.
|Arrival day: Monday Feb 4|
|Day 1: Tuesday Feb 5||U-Tower|
|Day 2: Wednesday Feb 6||U-Tower|
(Updated: 03-Oct-2018. This program is a stub. Times may change.)
of accepted talks
Abstract submission and registration is open. Please see the call for contributions above.
Accepted talks will be announced at a later date.
|Johannes Fischer||TU Dortmund||Organizer|
|Johannes Köster||University of Duisburg-Essen||Organizer|
|Sven Rahmann||University of Duisburg-Essen||Organizer|
How to find it
The workshop will take place at the "U"-Tower in Dortmund city center, close to the main train station ("Dortmund Hbf"). Dortmund is a major train hub and a stop of the high-speed ICE trains, as well as many local trains. There is a small local airport (code DTM) with good connections to the London area and Eastern Europe. An express bus connects the city and main station with the airport. Otherwise, the major international airport of Düsseldorf (DUS) is a short train ride away.
We recommend to book a hotel or other accomodation close to the venue and/or city center. A small number of rooms have been pre-reserved for DSB 2019 at the following hotels in walking distance for your convenience:
(Hotel information will follow soon. You can already book early via the usual booking portals.)
Please note that we cannot cover or re-imburse your travel or accomodation costs.
Please be aware that, while major credit cards are frequently accepted, especially smaller amounts are usually paid in cash (Euros).
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