January 23-24 2014, UPMC, Paris, France
This workshop aims at gathering statisticians, computer scientists, and biologists to discuss new statistical methodologies for the analysis of high throughput biological data and the challenge arising herein.
This year we will celebrate the tenth edition of SMPGD in the heart of Paris, at University Pierre et Marie Curie. The workshop is organized by the Laboratoire de Génomique des Microorganismes and will feature 4 keynote speeches and 3 invited sesssions. The themes of the session are Metabolism, Evolution, and Statistical genomics. We also welcome submission of abstracts for contributions.
The conference will take place at the UPMC campus, Durand auditorium - Esclangon building (map)
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Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15th of December, 2013
Deadline for registration: 15th of December, 2013
Invited Speakers (abstracts)
A fast homotopy algorithm for a large class of weighted classification problems and application to phylogeny (pdf)
Multi-trait genomic selection via multivariate regression with structured regularization (pdf)
Identifying Differentially Expressed Proteins by a Binary Threshold Model (pdf)
Testing for Associations between Loci and Environmental Gradients Using Latent Factor Mixed Models (pdf)
Evolution of Codon Usage Bias in E. coli (pdf)
A New Gene-Based test of Association Using Extended Rasch Models (pdf)
A Regularisation Path-Following Approach for Discovering Interactions in High-Dimensional Survival Data (pdf)
The Causal Mediation Analysis in Genomic Data (pdf)
On the robustness of the Generalized Fused Lasso to prior specifications (pdf)
Testing 2 x 2 Association with Uncertain Classification (pdf)
An RNA-Seq read count emission model for transcriptional landscape reconstruction with state-space models (pdf)
The leave-p-out estimator of the prediction error as a U-statistic and its asymptotic tests (pdf)
Of cis, trans, and feedback regulation: Dissecting local regulation in yeast (pdf)
Efficient statistical computations on genome-scale data using reduced representations (pdf)
Call for communications
Deadline for submission of communications : 15th of December 2013, before midnight in the timezone of your choice.
We accept submission of abstract of maximum 2 pages. The submitted abstract will have to follow the LNCS template (see here for more details) and first uploaded as pdf files. The best submissions will be selected for oral communications (15 minutes presentations) and not selected abstracts will be given the opportunity to present a poster during the poster session.
Please use the submit form on the left to submit an abstract (contact firstname.lastname@example.org in case of problem)
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