byteMAL is pleased to invite you to participate in the international assemblies in Maastricht, Aachen and Liège. The upcoming event is byteMAL Maastricht.
|9 March, 2016
|Maastrich University Randwyck campus
|Elisa Cirillo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ryan Miller (email@example.com)
|byteMAL Maastricht website
There will be two keynote presentations:
- Dr. Benjamin Balluff: Bioinformatics assistant professor in M4I at Maastricht University.
- Prof. Dr. Julio Saez-Rodriguez: Professor of Mechanistic Modeling in Computational Biomedicine at the Medical Faculty of RWTH Aachen University, as part of the Joint Research Center for Computational Biomedicine (JRC-COMBINE).
You have the opportunity to present a demo of your tool in the Application of show cases. Submit your show case here. Deadline: 2nd March 2016
Present your work in the Interactive Poster Session. You can also apply for Flash Talks in which to present your poster in 2 minutes. Submit your abstract here. Deadline: 2nd March 2016.
Registration is free! Deadline: 3rd March 2016.
Submit your tool for the Application show cases prize or your Abstract for the Poster prize awards!!
What is byteMAL?
byteMAL (Bioinformatics for Young inTernational researchers) is a conference for young researchers in the fields of bioinformatics and computational biology and aims to provide a new networking platform for knowledge and expertise exchange across borders.
As researchers of very related topics in neighboring regions we are excited to widen our perspectives by creating the opportunity to discuss methods, tools, challenges and successes with people of similar mindset.
To vitalize the communication amongst researchers from the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, there will be three independent conferences held in Maastricht, Aachen and Liège.
The conferences are especially aimed at young researchers – master students, PhD students, and Post-docs. It will give participants the opportunity to learn top-notch research from experienced professors in the same field, present their current work on posters, and discuss their own developed tools and approaches with each other.
For more information see the byteMAL website.