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InCoB-2006 First circular
Scope of InCoB
Area of Interest
Who Should Attend
Registration Fee
Address for Correspondence
Event Manager
InCoB Website

Dr. M. K Bhan,
Secretary, DBT
Prof. Surendra Prasad,
Director IIT Delhi
Prof. B.B. Bhattacharya, VC, JNU

National Organizing Committee .

Prof. A. S. Kolaskar,
Univ. of Pune

Local Organizing Committee .

Mr. U. N. Behera,
I. A. S.,
Joint Secretary,

Scientific Program Committee
Prof. R. Ramaswamy, JNU, Chairman
Prof. Tan Tin Wee,
NUS, Singapore, Co - Chair
Dr. Shoba Ranganathan,
Australia Co - Chair


Prof. Alok
Prof. B. Jayaram,
IIT Delhi
Dr. T. Madhan Mohan, DBT


Dr. Sandhya
R. Shenoy, IIT Delhi sandhya@


Neumech events
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New Delhi 110019
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InCoB 2006 -International Conference on Bioinformatics
www.dbtindia.nic.in www.jnu.ac.in

InCoB 2006 is the fifth annual international conference of the Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network (APBioNet) to be held from 18th - 20th December, 2006 in New Delhi, India.

 Previous International Conferences on Bioinformatics (InCoB) were held in

  1. InCoB 2002 at Bangkok, Thailand,
  2. InCoB 2003 at Penang, Malaysia,
  3. InCoB 2004 at Auckland, New Zealand
  4. InCoB 2005 at Busan, South Korea

This conference brings together scientists from different branches of biology, medicine, computer science, engineering, mathematics and statistics. The scope of InCoB encompasses the development and application of computational methods for solving biological problems at different levels of biological organization. InCoB 2006 hopes to provide a common platform for both academia and Industry to come together to enrich themselves with current developments and future trends in the field of computation biology and for developing products and services useful to society.

The conference will feature original, refereed papers, which will be published in the conference proceedings. There will also be tutorials, posters, software demonstrations, and an exhibition of hardware and software vendors.

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi, and the Department of Biotechnolgy Govt. of India are the organizers of the event.

Dates: December 18th to 20th, 2006.

Venue: Hotel Ashoka, Diplomatic Enclave, 50-B, Chankyapuri,, New Delhi-110021


Abstracts of full papers and poster presentations, exhibits etc. are invited from students / researchers / Industry. Abstract Submission: 31 st Aug, 2006

Acceptance of Abstracts: 30 th Sep, 2006

Registration fee


Participants Category

18 November 2006

18 November  2006


Foreign Academicians & Foreign Students

US$ 400

US$ 500


Profit Institutions

US$ 700

US$ 800


Indian Academicians & Indian Students 

Rs 4000

Rs 5000


Indian Corporate

Rs 7500

Rs 8500

The registration fee is to be remitted as Cheque or Demand Draft in the name of “Registrar, IIT Delhi.(InCoB-2006)” and to be mailed to

Dr. S. K. Khare, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016.

InCob Website: www.incob2006.in

Address for Correspondence                                          Top

Dr. T. Madhan Mohan, Director, Department of Biotechnology,CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Email: madhan@dbt.nic.in; http://www.dbt.nic.in

Prof. Alok Bhattacharya, School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi -110067, India

Email: alok0200@mail.jnu.ac.in; http://www.jnu.ac.in

Prof. B. Jayaram, Professor of Chemistry & coordinator,Supercomputing Facility for Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110016. India.

Email : bjayaram@chemistry.iitd.ac.in; http://www.scfbio-iitd.res.in

The scope of InCoB                                                     Top

1.Development and application of computational methods for solving biological problems at different levels of biological organization.

2.To provide a common platform for both academia and Industry to come together to enrich themselves with current developments and future trends in the field of computation biology

3.For developing products and services useful to society.

Plenary Speakers                                                       Top

  • D. Beveridge, USA
  • Dan Gusfield, USA
  • David Sankoff, Canada
  • Gene Myers, USA
  • Ravi Iyengar, USA
  • Richard Lavery, France
  • Akhilesh Pandey, USA
  • Ross King, UK
  • Philip Bourne, USA
  • Barry Honig, USA
  • M. Sakaki, Japan

Areas of Interest                                                       Top

  • Sequence Analysis
  • Evolution and Phylogeny
  • Genomic
  • Transcriptomics
  • Proteomics
  • Pathways
  • Networks and Systems Biology
  • Structural Bio-informatics
  • Neuro-informatics Bio-Ontologies
  • Biomedical Text Mining
  • Biological Data Modeling and Integration
  • LIMS and Other Tools To Support Experimental Biology
  • Applications of Bio-informatics to Biomedicine
  • Agriculture and Drug Discovery

   Who Should Attend                                                     Top


Pharmacy Companies


Bio Tech Companies


Lead Specialists


Research Personnel




Service Equipments & Suppliers
7 Biomolecular Modelling laboratories
8 National Institute of Genetics
9 Trade Journals / Publications
10 Bioinformatic students
11 Biological Research Information center
12 Department of Biotechnology
13 Software Development Organizations/ Institutes for Molecular Biology
14 International Center for Cooperation in Bioinformatics Network
15 Universities and Institutions of Science, Health and Research
16 Computational Biochemistry Research Group
17 Institutions of Biochemistry and Biophysics
18 Medical Schools
19 Scientists
20 Biocomputing Units
21 Exhibitors
22 Department of Biological Sciences
23 School of Natural Sciences
24 Bioinformatic Centers
25 National Centers for Biological Sciences
26 Related Associations/ Foundations and Bodies
27 DNA Research Institutes
28 Biomolecular Engineering Research Centers
29 Information & Technology in relevant fields

Event Manager                                                     Top
Neumech events has been appointed the official Conference Manager & Travel Agent for InCoB2006. Participants may book with them for their relevant plans of travel and stay during the InCoB2006.

Ms.Minakshi Bindra Mahajan Mandakini Enclave, Delhi- 110019.
Tel.no: +91 11 26275066, 55698950
Fax no: +91 11 26274349

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