[PET] Call for submission: Privacy-aware computational genomics 2015

Geno Privacy genopri at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 18:05:06 BST 2015


Hello,

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        Privacy-aware computational genomics 2015

                              PRIVAGEN 2015

     An official satellite workshop of GIW/InCoB 2015

               September 8, 2015. Tokyo, Japan

                Call for abstracts & participation

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PRIVAGEN 2015 is an official satellite workshop of GIW/InCoB 2015 focusing
on privacy-aware technologies that assist computational genomics, and aims
to facilitate discussion among researchers in diverse fields including
bioinformatics, genome ethics, machine learning, data-mining and
cryptography.

PRIVAGEN 2015 seeks abstract submissions to be peer-reviewed and selected
either oral presentations or posters.

A few oral presenters are eligible for travel fellowships.


Keynote Speakers:

Emiliano De Cristofaro (University College London)

Kazuto Kato (Osaka University)


Key Dates:

Abstract submission deadline: June 30, 2015

Notifications of selected talks: July 20, 2015

Late abstract submission deadline*: August 10, 2015

Registration Ends: August 20, 2015

Workshop Date: September 8, 2015


*Late submissions are not considered for oral presentations.


Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

    - Privacy-preserving machine learning and data mining for genomics

    - Cryptographic techniques that potentially assist genomic sequence
retrieval/medical information analyses/epi-genomic information analyses

    - Genome ethics

    - Privacy evaluation of personal genome

    - Genome-hacking

    - An efficient biological database design for privacy protection


Venue: AIST Tokyo Waterfront Bio-IT Res. Build. (Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan)

URL: http://aistcrypt.github.io/Privacy-Aware-Computational-Genomics/


General Co-Chairs:

Kana Shimizu (AIST)

Takahiro Matsuda (AIST)

Antti Honkela (University of Helsinki)


Confirmed PC members:

Xiaoqian Jiang (UC San Diego)

Samuel Kaski (Aalto University)

Hiroaki Kikuchi (Meiji University)

Noman Mohammed (University of Manitoba)

Valtteri Niemi (University of Helsinki)

Koji Nuida (AIST)

Jun Sakuma (Tsukuba University)

Shuang Wang (UC San Diego)

Natsuko Yamamoto (Osaka University)
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