The goal of this one-day workshop (which follows the Research in Computational Molecular Biology RECOMB 2003 conference) is to review the state-of-the-art in the application of kernel methods to biology in order to highlight promising research directions, and to foster communication between the computational biology and machine learning communities.
No prior knowledge in kernel methods is expected: we explicitly encourage participation of researchers in computational biology interested in new algorithms and tools to process post-genomics data. The workshop will begin with a tutorial on kernel methods.
Sorry, the call for paper is over by now. The submission deadline was March 14th, 2003.
Here is a text version of the initial call for paper.
Click here to access the program with the slides of some talks.
Click here to access the abstracts.
Registration is free, but we ask you for a 10 euros contribution towards the cost of lunch and drinks. This money will be collected when you pick up your badge. Registration to RECOMB2003 is not required.
Registration is now closed. The list of registered participants can be found here
For informations concerning papers and presentations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org; for other informations contact Jean-Philippe.Vert@mines.org.