Workshop -- Call For Papers
Biodiversity Informatics: challenges in modelling and managing biodiversity knowledge
Cardiff University, UK, 10th July 2008
Those parts of the original announcement that no longer appear on the main workshop page are reproduced below.
Papers on all aspects of modelling and managing biodiversity
knowledge are invited. Possible topics include:
This list is not intended to be exhaustive or to exclude
papers that do not fall into one or more of the above
- Interoperation of biodiversity systems
- Biodiversity data quality
- Supporting the taxonomic process
- Visualisation and manipulation of biodiversity data
- Modelling biodiversity concepts
Original papers of up to 8 pages in Springer LNCS format are invited.
Submissions should be e-mailed as PDF documents to:
Style files and instructions for producing your paper in Springer
LNCS format may be obtained by visiting the following URL:
and following the link labelled "Information for LNCS Authors and
Each paper submission received will be subject to peer review by
three members of the programme committee.
There is the opportunity for up to two of the best papers to be
published in the BNCOD conference proceedings (Springer-Verlag
Lecture Notes in Computer Science); it is planned to make the
remainder available to attendees on CD-ROM.
At least one author of each accepted paper will be expected to
attend the workshop and to give a presentation (provisionally
20 minutes + 10 minutes questions).
|Submission deadline:||4th April 2008|
|Notification of acceptance/rejection:||18th April 2008|
|Final "camera-ready" copy deadline:||2nd May 2008|
|"Early-bird" registration deadline:||31st May 2008|
|Workshop:||10th July 2008|
If you would like to give a demonstration
(not necessarily linked to a submitted paper) at one of the coffee breaks, please e-mail
Andrew Jones to discuss this further:
In order to register for the Workshop, please download the
registration form, complete it and post or FAX it to the address
given in the form. It is either available as a
or a PDF
Copyright © 2008 by
Dr R.J. White and Dr A.C. Jones, School of Computer Science, Cardiff University.
All rights reserved.
Last update: 16:50, Monday 7th July 2008.