The BioImage Informatics (BII) conference will bring together researchers and practitioners in the field of image informatics for the life sciences. The BII conference was created in 2005 to establish a unique communication network among the scientists working in the field of BioImage Informatics. The BioImage Informatics conference covers a wide range of topics that would be classified under the following themes:
- Applications to cell therapy, digital pathology, and regenerative medicine
- Data mining and machine learning of image information
- Advanced visualization of bioimages and image derived information
- Storage and repositories of biological data sets
- Collaborative frameworks, pipelines, and environments
- Fundamental algorithms (e.g., calibration, segmentation, tracking, feature-based image analysis, data-driven and hypothesis-driven modeling)
- Advanced imaging approaches and instruments
- Reproducibility and large scale imaging experiments
- Other topics relevant to life science imaging and image informatics.
Challenges: Concurrent with the conference, we will run two challenges to evaluate image stitching and nucleus counting algorithms. Details regarding these challenges can be found below.
- Submission Deadline:
May 17, 2015- Deadline Extended to June 12, 2015
- Decision Notification (Electronic): July 13, 2015
- Poster Deadline: August 16, 2015
- Poster Decision Notification (Electronic): August 23, 2015
- Oral and Poster Camera-Ready Copy Due Date and Pre-registration Due: September 14, 2015
Submission process and guidelines:
The paper and poster submissions will be reviewed by the organizing committee. All submissions should be between 1 and 4 pages with a selection of preferred oral or poster presentation type. Both types of submissions should follow the template. All submissions should be submitted to email@example.com.
To promote scientific collaboration, we will distribute submitted abstracts on-line after the conference. Selected contributions will also be invited as manuscripts for a special issue of a major bioinformatics journal.