RECOMB 2014 accepted papers are here

RECOMB 2014 Accepted Papers Are Here

RECOMB 2014 Pittsburgh PA

RECOMB 2014, 18th Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology, one of the longstanding computational biology conferences has recently announced the accepted papers and the tentative program. RECOMB 2014 will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania April 2-5, 2014 and it is jointly hosted by Carnegie Mellon University and Univ. of Pittsburgh.

Keynote speakers of RECOMB 2014 include Ian T. Baldwin, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Germany, Atul Butte, M.D., Ph.D., Stanford University School of Medicine, James Collins, Boston University and Wyss Institute, Harvard University, Trey Ideker, University of California, San Diego, Tom Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon University, and Sarah A. Tishkoff, U. Penn.

RECOMB 2014 has accepted 35 papers from a variety of topics including, Regulation and Epigenomics, Sequencing and Genotyping, and Population and Statistical Genetics. The accepted papers will be presented as talks at RECOMB. RECOMB 2014’s accepted papers have the option to be considered for PLOS Computational Biology or Journal of Computational Biology.

Here are a few accepted papers  that looked interesting from the NGS point of view.

  1. Siavash Mirarab, Nam-Phuong Nguyen and Tandy Warnow. PASTA: ultra-large multiple sequence alignment
  2. Chen-Ping Fu, Vladimir Jojic and Leonard Mcmillan. An Alignment-Free Regression Approach for Estimating Allele-Specific Expression using RNA-Seq Data
  3. Ngan Nguyen, Glenn Hickey, Daniel Zerbino, Brian Raney, Dent Earl, Joel Armstrong, David Haussler and Benedict Paten. Building a Pangenome Reference for a Population
  4. Murray Patterson, Tobias Marschall, Nadia Pisanti, Leo van Iersel, Leen Stougie, Gunnar W. Klau and Alexander Schoenhuth. WhatsHap: Haplotype Assembly for Future-Generation Sequencing Reads
  5. Rayan Chikhi, Antoine Limasset, Shaun Jackman, Jared Simpson and Paul Medvedev. On the representation of de Bruijn graphs
  6. Yana Safonova, Anton Bankevich and Pavel Pevzner. DipSPAdes: Assembler for Highly Polymorphic Diploid Genomes
  7. Y. William Yu, Deniz Yorukoglu and Bonnie Berger. Traversing the k-mer landscape of NGS read datasets for quality score sparsification
  8. Adam Bloniarz, Ameet Talwalkar, Jonathan Terhorst, Michael Jordan, David Patterson, Bin Yu and Yun Song.Changepoint Analysis for Efficient Variant Calling
  9. Emily Berger, Deniz Yorukoglu and Bonnie Berger. HapTree: A novel Bayesian framework for single individual polyplotyping using NGS data
  10. Shaun Mahony, Matthew Edwards, Esteban Mazzoni, Richard Sherwood, Akshay Kakumanu, Carolyn Morrison, Hynek Wichterle and David Gifford. An integrated model of multiple-condition ChIP-seq data reveals predeterminants of Cdx2 binding
  11. Armin Töpfer, Tobias Marschall, Rowena A Bull, Fabio Luciani, Alexander Schönhuth and Niko Beerenwinkel. Viral quasispecies assembly via maximal clique enumeration
  12. Ben Raphael and Fabio Vandin. Simultaneous Inference of Cancer Pathways and Tumor Progression from Cross-Sectional Mutation Data
  13. Derek Aguiar, Eric Morrow and Sorin Istrail. Tractatus: an exact and subquadratic algorithm for inferring identity-by-descent multi-shared haplotype tracts

Visit http://www.compbio.cmu.edu/recomb/ to learn more about this year’s RECOMB. Note that RECOMB is also organizing RECOMB-seq, a satellite workshop that mainly focuses on high-throughput sequencing applications. RECOMB-seq also has a separate paper submission and program. The accepted papers from RECOMB-seq is not publicly announced yet.

 

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