Important dates

August 10, 2014
Registration for the conference with submission of the full report in accordance with the rules of formatting
August 15, 2014
Notification of report acceptance
August 20, 2014
Deadline for fee payment
October 19–24, 2014


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The conference has following objectives:

  1. To communicate the best of recent advances in mathematical modelling approaches in the life sciences and to identify key targets of future work.
  2. To provide a platform for young researchers.

Applications are invited for contributed and poster presentations. In addition, researchers interested in organizing mini-symposia are invited to submit their proposals. The conference is designed for researchers who are active in or interested in this fast growing field where experimental biology and medicine, biochemistry, computational biology, mathematics, computer science, physics, nanobiotechnology and nnanobioelectronics.

Plenary lectures and invited talks (30 min.) are scheduled during the morning sessions. Parallel sessions (except Wednesday) with short talks (15 min.) will be held in the afternoons. Contributions to be given as talks will be selected by the Organizing Committee on the recommendation of the International Program Committee. The plenary lecture and invited talk speakers will be specified in the next bulletin.

About 200 scientists are expected to attend the ICMBB14 Conference. The Conference will start on Monday, October 19, and end on Friday, October 24. The arrivals will be on Sunday afternoon, October 18 and departures on Friday, October 24.

The working languages of the Conference are English and Russian.