|Notification of Acceptance
[Poster Format] The poster size should be 36 inch x 48 inch in portrait mode. There is no specific template that the presenters are required to use. The poster session will take place during the evening reception on Sep. 4, 2023, to encourage attendance and dynamic interactions.
The 14th ACM Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics (ACM-BCB) is the flagship conference of the ACM SIGBio. The 2023 ACM-BCB conference is the premier conference that is dedicated to promoting No-Boundary Thinking to address science challenges with broad participation and frontier research linking computer science, artificial intelligence, mathematics, statistics, biology, medicine, bioinformatics, and biomedical and health informatics.
ACM-BCB focuses on the grand challenges for life science, bioscience and human health by showcasing leading-edge research on new technologies, methods, and tools around the processing, integration, analysis, mining, retrieval, interpretation, and presentation of data and determine how to transform data into meaningful information and actionable knowledge, with the aim of defining problems as well as solving problems in life science, biomedical discovery, public and population health, disease prevention, and healthcare delivery.
We invite authors to submit results that fall into general areas of bioinformatics, computational biology, and health informatics, including but not limited to the following:
Submissions that fall under any of the following categories are highly encouraged: original research contributions, or preliminary results or proof-of-concept studies arising from work-in-progress, or results arising from undergraduate research or student- initiated research, or survey of tools and techniques in bioinformatics and biomedical health informatics.
In addition, we will be accepting late-break poster submissions once the regular poster submission period ends. Accepted posters in this category will also be part of the conference program. However, the main (and only) difference is that the abstract of regular posters will be included in the ACM digital library proceedings for ACM-BCB, while the late-break abstracts will not be included in the proceedings.
Submission: All interested authors are expected to submit a 1-page abstract describing their posters on OpenReview. Submitted abstracts should not exceed one page in the (ACM Master Article Template), on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. Submissions will be peer-reviewed on the basis of their originality, technical soundness, significance, presentation, and interest to the conference attendees.
Poster submission (closed)
Please submit your poster abstract to OpenReview.net using the link below:
Late Break Poster submission (closed)
We now accept the submission of late break poster abstracts. Please submit your 1-page late break poster abstract to OpenReview.net using the link below:
Late break posters are intended for sharing the latest research findings that may have been obtained after the submission deadline of regular papers/posters has passed. Please note that the accepted late-break posters will be part of the conference program (like regular posters) but the 1-page late-break poster abstracts will not be included in the proceedings due to the short timeline.
|Poster abstract submission deadline:
|Poster abstract acceptance notification:
|Camera ready poster abstract submission:
|July 15, 2023
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