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Computational Methods in Systems Biology

Guest Editors:

Tom Henzinger, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria
Ashutosh Gupta, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria

In connection with the 2013 CMSB Workshop, held in Vienna, Austria on September 23- 25, 2013, we solicit articles for a special issue of ACM TOMACS on Computational Methods in Systems Biology We solicit original research articles on the computational modeling and analysis of biological systems, pathways, networks, data, and corresponding application domains. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • paradigms, formalisms, and languages for modeling biological processes
  • continuous, discrete, and hybrid approaches to modeling and simulation of cell biological systems
  • frameworks, techniques, and tools for verifying, validating, analyzing, and simulating biolog- ical systems
  • high-performance computational systems biology and parallel implementations
  • model integration from biological databases
  • multi-scale and spatial modeling and analysis methods
  • synthetic biology

We encourage conference presenters and attendees to submit extended versions of their papers to this special issue. We also welcome papers from authors who did not attend the conference. All submitted papers must not have been previously published or currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Submission deadline: January 15, 2014.

The issue appeared as Volume 25 Issue 2, April 2015. For the editorial policy, instructions to authors, and further details, please consult the ACM TOMACS Web page.

The submission process is electronic only. When submitting your paper, select the appropriate paper type, Special Issue on Principles of Advanced Discrete Simulation, and make sure that you carefully follow the submission instructions.

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