Please note that the submissions deadline has passed. The call for Posters is closed
Poster track chair: R. Gonzalo Parra
ECCB2022 will bring together scientists from a wide range of disciplines, including molecular biology, biology, medicine, computer science, mathematics, and statistics. The ECCB2022 Posters Committee invites research posters in any aspect of computational biology to promote lively discussions. We invite all interested participants and conference attendees to consider presenting a poster.
Poster track: topics
The organisation of the poster presentations will be according to eight main topics including the newly added topics on Applications and Training:
|Data||Organisation, management, categorisation, integration, analysis of data, knowledge discovery|
|Genomes||Sequence analysis, alignment, evolution, phylogeny, genetics, epigenetics, 3D conformation|
|Genes||Expression, function, regulation, transcription, translation, geno-phenotype|
|Proteins||Structure, function, alterations, assemblies, interactions, design, proteomics|
|Systems||Systems biology, pathways, molecular networks, dynamics, signalling, multi-scale modelling|
|Climate crisis and health||Air quality, heat stress, infectious diseases|
|Applications||Posters related to the Applications track|
|Training||Posters related to training and education activities|
Authors should indicate one of the topics in the submission form. The Posters Committee will determine to which topic a submission is assigned taking authors preferences into consideration. The topic assigned will be used to streamline the review process and to group the poster presentations thematically.
Poster track: review criteria
All submissions will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
- Relevance, interest, and value of the topic to conference attendees
- Posters with commercial advertisements will not be accepted.
The ultimate decision of acceptance for a poster lies with the ECCB2022 Posters Committee.
Poster track: submission guidelines
A 250-word abstract must be submitted to the EasyChair Poster Track submission site (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eccb2022). Submissions should include the following:
- Name, affiliation and email of the presenting author. The presenter must register for the conference and deliver the poster presentation in person from the venue of the conference.
- Names, affiliations and emails of all co-authors. Note that all co-authors must agree to the submission. It is the responsibility of the submitter to guarantee that all co-author email addresses are correct (email notifications of the submission will be sent to all co-authors).
- At least three keywords (also known as key phrases or key terms) to characterise your submission.
- Application domain (choose one):
- Fundamental (Fundamental/basic research with no immediate application domain)
- Topic (choose one):
- Data: Organisation, management, categorisation, integration, analysis of data, knowledge discovery.
- Genomes: Sequence analysis, alignment, evolution, phylogeny, genetics, epigenetics, 3D conformation.
- Genes: Expression, function, regulation, transcription, translation, geno-phenotype.
- Proteins: Structure, function, alterations, assemblies, interactions, design, proteomics.
- Systems: Systems biology, pathways, molecular networks, dynamics, signalling, multi-scale modelling.
- Climate Crisis and Health: Air quality, heat stress, infectious diseases.
- 250-word abstract. The abstract should not contain your title/position or any personal information (e.g. affiliation) and may include references that should fit within the 250-word limit. A)
A) Please note there is no word count available on the EasyChair form, but you can check the number of words using a tool like e.g. https://wordcounter.net. Submissions that exceed the maximum number of words will not be admitted to the review procedure.
The space for posters will be limited, and while we will make every effort to accommodate all submissions, we advise you to submit your poster proposal well before the deadline.
For each presenting author, only one submission to the Poster track will be considered. The presenting author of a poster must be a registered delegate and be available at the poster session to which their poster is assigned. The presenting author must register before the online registration deadline on the 14th of July 2022. The early bird registration deadline is set for the 14th of July 2022.
Poster abstracts (maximum 250 words) will be posted on the conference website. A poster that is judged by the conference organisers to be an advertisement will be subject to removal without notice.
The poster boards are adapted to standard A0 poster size / portrait (A0 is 84.1 x 118.9cm ; or 33.1 x 46.8 inches). As soon as we have further information and instructions available, they will be added to this website.
Poster track: contact details
For any questions regarding poster submissions please contact the technical secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org