We will continue to accept posters until September 24, 2007. However, late abstracts will not be included in the printed program book, but will be posted on the online proceedings.
We are soliciting posters in any aspect of systems biology.
Please visit the abstract submission page to submit your
ICSB 2007 will bring together scientists from a wide range
of disciplines, including biology, physics, computer
science, mathematics, and other fields. We recommend that
posters are designed with this broad audience in mind, so
that they may appeal to all systems biologists and thereby
help bring more interest to your research.
Size and other poster specifications:
- The ideal poster size should be a maximum of 44 inches
(110 centimeters) wide by 44 inches (110 centimeters)
tall. Posters may be slightly smaller but they must not
be larger. Fasteners will be provided at the site,
please DO NOT bring tape, tacks or pins.
- The board of your poster will be numbered and viewers
will find your poster according to the title of your
submitted abstract and number as stated in the final
- Posters may be put up beginning at 8:00AM on October 2 and
must be removed by 4:30PM on Thursday October 4. We
recommend everyone put up their posters by 2 PM.
Individuals are responsible for their own posters, including
set up and tear down.
- ICSB will not be responsible for accepting any posters
shipped to the Convention Center or official hotels.
The Convention Center itself will not accept any
packages addressed to individuals.
Posters will be categorized into the main session topics
listed in the abstract submission system: Morphogenesis,
Network Structures and Regulation, Synthetic Biology,
Mathematical Frontiers, Innovative Approaches, Systems
Bioinformatics, Systems Biomedicine, and Other.
For citation purposes, abstracts should be considered "personal communication" to conference attendees.
ICSB 2007 will not offer tables or electrical connections
for computer demos during the poster session. Also, please
keep in mind that posters are intended to convey a
scientific result and are not advertisements for commercial