You can now submit an abstract for a presentation at the BioSB 2020 conference. The main programme of the conference will feature several parallel sessions that will be set up via abstract selection.
You can submit an abstract for an oral presentation in one of the sessions or for a poster or demo presentation.
- Submission for oral & highlight presentations: 15 February 2020, 23h59 --> Closed
- Notification date oral & highlight presentations: extended to 31 March 2020
- Abstract submission for posters & demos: new date: 18 September 2020, 23h59
New this year: highlight presentations and poster flashes
New during the conference this year are highlight presentations and poster flashes. For highlight presentations we invite people to submit an abstract that relates to work that has been published in a peer-reviewed journal since January 1st 2019. Based on these, people will be given the opportunity to present their work in one of the parallel sessions in a 15 + 5 minute presentation & questions time slot.
In addition, we will give a number of poster presenters a unique opportunity to show-case their work in a very short one-minute flash talk during the plenary session preceding the poster session on the first or second day. The abstract selection committee will nominate candidates based on the accepted abstracts for poster presentations.
Below you can find the list of topics for which you can submit your abstract:
|Single cell biology||Single-cell RNAseq, Chip-seq, DNA-seq|
|Genome regulation||eQTL, 3D genome organization,
transcriptional regulation, epigenetics,
modelling of regulatory networks
and population genetics
|QTL, phylogenetics, Orthologs,
gene order, genome assembly and
organization, evolutionary analyses,
|3D bioinformatics and functional prediction||Sequence-Structure-Function relationship,
molecular modelling, functional prediction
|Metabolism||Genome-scale metabolic modelling,
Constraint-based modelling, dynamic
modelling, metabolic engineering
|Immune bioinformatics & systems biology||Immune cell diversity, single-cell
immune profiling, modelling immune
response, immune interaction / signaling networks
Clinical decision support systems;
|Microbial (meta)genomics & evolution||Agricultural, biotech, human
microbiome, antibiotic resistance, modelling microbial evolution
|Machine learning & AI||Machine learning algorithms; method development|
|Biological data visualization||Data visualization in biology, from
molecular to cell, tissue, organism and population biology
|Biophysics of living cells|
|Metabolomics (NMC)||Biostatistics, metabolomics data analysis, “omics” data integration, chemometrics|
|ELIXIR-NL: Education||MOOC, FAIR training, Training for
researchers (e.g. multi omics, machine learning, data stewardship)
|ELIXIR-NL: FAIR tools & resources||Open Software, Linked Data applications, FAIR by design, Cloud solutions|
|ELIXIR-NL: Data integration||Big data, data models, standardization, ontologies|
Submissions about services and infrastructure for researchers in the life sciences are also welcome!
Depending on the number of submissions for topics, other topics might be added, or topics can be merged. Submissions might move to other topics, subject to considerations of the Programme committee.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the BioSB 2020 Programme committee. You will receive a notification by e-mail.
You can submit your abstract via EasyChair. If you do not already have an account, you will be prompted to create one the first time you visit EasyChair.
You can indicate if you would like to present your abstract as a:
- oral presentation only
- oral presentation if accepted, otherwise poster
- highlight presentation only
- highlight presentation if accepted, otherwise poster
- as a poster only
- as a software demo (poster + demo)
- Please also provide the full abstract in the “Abstract” text box and upload the PDF as the paper.
- Please add the presenter of the lecture of poster as first author!
Please prepare a 1-page abstract in PDF. The format should be:
- A4 paper;
- use Times Roman (10pt);
- two columns separated by 0.5 cm whitespace with margins of 2 cm;
- Please specify a title, the authors and their affiliations and e-mail addresses; underline the presenting author!;
- If applicable please use the section headings “Introduction”, “Approach”, “Results” and “Discussion”;
- A page number should be omitted.
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You can submit an abstract to present your work in one of the topical parallel sessions during the conference. The presentation slot will be 15 minutes + 5 minutes for questions.
We invite people to submit an abstract that relates to work that has been published in a peer-reviewed journal since January 1st 2019. Based on these, people will be given the opportunity to present their work in one of the parallel sessions in a 15 + 5 minute presentation & questions time slot.
You can submit an abstract for a poster to be presented during the poster sessions which are planned on April 21rd late afternoon/evening (even poster numbers) and on April 21st during the lunch break (odd poster numbers). Poster numbers will be determined after the submission deadline. We expect all posters to be present on both days, but on the assigned (even/odd) day we expect you to actually present your poster.
Posters should be prepared in A0 portrait format (height: 1189 mm (46.81 inches) and width: 841 mm (33.11 inches)).
A prize will be awarded to the best poster presentation.
Poster flash presentation: a unique opportunity to show-case your work in a very short one-minute flash talk during the plenary session preceding the poster session on the first or second day.
You can submit an abstract for a software/tools demonstration during the demo sessions at the conference which will be held simultaneously with the poster sessions.
The software demo will be a setup with a poster, a high table and electricity plug.
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