China Aug 19-20, 2016 The 14th CJK Bioinformatics Symposium, Xiamen, China

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The CJK Bioinformatics Symposium started in 2002 which aims at promoting bioinformatics research activity in the three Asian countries through scientific exchange, training future talents and exploring new translational biomedical strategies to improve human health.

2016 Group Photo

General Information

Time

Registration: August 18th, 2016
Symposium: August 19th to 20th, 2016

Venue

Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, No. 184, Daxue Road, Xiamen, Fujian Province, China
Bus transportation will be provided between the venue and the accomodation (Peony Wanpeng Hotel)

Xiamen

Organizers and sponsors

Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology (SCBIT), Shanghai, China
Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Xiamen, Fujian Province, China
Shanghai Society for Bioinformatics, Shanghai, China

Attendants

Accommodation

Peony Wanpeng Hotel
No. 17, Huyuan Road, Siming District, Xiamen, Fujian Province

Cost and facility

The attendance fee is free. Lecturers and young investigators should cover their own travel expenses. Three days' lodging will be provided by SCBIT includring August 18th, 19th, and 20th.

Invited Speakers

China China
Hao Bailin Professor, T-Life Research Center, Fudan University, Shanghai Two web servers for prokaryotic phylogeny and taxonomy: Whole-genome-based CVTree3 and 16S rRNA based LVTree Viewer
Cao Zhiwei Professor, Tongji University, Shanghai Computing antigenicity for influenza
Li Yixue Professor, CAS-PMG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, SIBS/CAS /
Xie Lu Professor, Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology Multi-omics data integrative analysis and application
Shao Zongze Professor, Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration Species determination and systematic evolution of marine Bacillus and other bacterial groups
Ji Zhiliang Professor, Xiamen University Systems computational toxicology in the big data era
Japan Japan
Saitou Naruya Professor, National Institute of Genetics Evolutionarily conserved noncoding sequences in eukaryotes
Gojobori Takashi Professor, KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), Saudi Arabia & NIG A history of Middle East populations from a view point of the integrated whole genome sequence data
Inoue Ituro Professor, National Institute of Genetics Post-GWAS: allelic imbalance of the transcriptional control
Nakamura Yasukazu Professor, National Institute of Genetics Approaches and challenges in genome annotation
Korea Korea
Kim Sangsoo Professor, Soongsil University Phasing-based filtering of cancer somatic mutation calls in next generation sequencing
Kim Sanguk Professor, POSTECH (Pohang University of Science and Technology) Molecular evolution of biological network and genotype-phenotype relationship
Nam Dougu Assistant Professor, UNIST (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) Differential expression and enrichment analysis of RNA-seq data
Lee Insuk Associate Professor, Yonsei University Pathway and network-based approaches to human disease research
Seungwoo Hwang Senior Researcher, KOBIC (Korean Bioinformation Center) /

List of Selected Young Speakers

China China
Huang Tao Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, CAS Identification of novel candidate drivers connecting different dysfunctional levels for lung adenocarcinoma
Yang Hao Key Lab of Intelligent Information Processing, CAS Open-pNovo: De novo peptide sequencing with thousands of protein modifications
Zheng Xiaoqi Shanghai Normal University Tumor purity estimation and differential methylation analysis in cancer research
Japan Japan
Korea Korea
Lee Tak Yonsei University Systematic dissection of crop genetics through network biology
Sora Yoon Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology BIMIR: Condition-specific microRNA target prediction using bi-clustering

Program

Talk time for invited speakers is 35 min. including questions and discussions.
Talk time for selected young investigators is 15 min. including questions and discussions.
Registration: Thursday, August 18th, 2016
Peony Wangpeng Hotel
13:00-18:00 Registration at Peony Wangpeng Hotel
18:30-20:00 Welcome reception at Peony Wangpeng Hotel
Day 1: Friday, August 19th, 2016
Meeting room: Third Institute of Oceanography
07:55-08:05 Gathering at hotel hall for shuttle bus to meeting room
Departure time will be 08:05
08:30-08:40 Introduction Li Yixue & Xie Lu
SCBIT
08:40-09:15 Invited Talk 1:
Two web servers for prokaryotic phylogeny and taxonomy: Whole-genome-based CVTree3 and 16S rRNA based LVTree Viewer
China Hao Bailin
T-Life Research Center, Fudan University
09:15-09:50 Invited Talk 2:
A history of Middle East populations from a view point of the integrated whole genome sequence data
Japan Gojobori Takashi
KAUST, Saudi Arabia & NIG
09:50-10:25 Invited Talk 3:
Pathway and network-based approaches to human disease research
Korea Lee Insuk
Yonsei University
10:25-11:00 Invited Talk 4:
Computing antigenicity for influenza
China Cao Zhiwei
Tongji University
11:00-11:15 Selected Young Investigators' Talk 1:
Identification of novel candidate drivers connecting different dysfunctional levels for lung adenocarcinoma
China Huang Tao
Shanghai Institute for Biological Sciences, CAS
11:15-11:30 Selected Young Investigators' Talk 2:
Systematic dissection of crop genetics through network biology
Korea Lee Tak
Yonsei University
11:40-13:00 Lunch>
Ling Hai Xuan Restaurant
13:00-13:30 Taking Group Picture & Posters Preparation
13:30-14:05 Invited Talk 5:
Post-GWAS: allelic imbalance of transcriptional control
Japan Inoue Ituro
National Institute of Genetics
14:05-14:40 Invited Talk 6:
Differential expression and enrichment analysis of RNA-seq data
Korea Nam Dougu
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
14:40-15:15 Invited Talk 7:
Systems computational toxicology in the big data era
China Ji Zhiliang
Xiamen University
15:15-15:30 Tea Break
15:30-16:05 Invited Talk 8:
Molecular evolution of biologycal network and genotype-phenotype relationship
Korea Kim Sanguk
Pohang University of Science and Technology
16:05-16:20 Selected Young Investigators' Talk 3:
Open-pNovo: De novo peptide sequencing with thousands of protein modifications
China Yang Hao
Key Lab of Intelligent Information Processing, CAS
16:200-17:20 Poster Presentation 1
17:20-17:30 Gathering at meeting room for shuttle bus back to hotel
Departure time will be 17:30
18:00-19:30 Dinner
Room 18 & 19, 4th floor, Peony Wangpeng Hotel
19:30-21:00 Discussion Meeting about next year JKC Bioinformatics Symposium (invited speakers)
Day 2: Saturday, August 20th, 2016
Meeting room: Third Institute of Oceanography
08:25-08:35 Gathering at hotel hall for shuttle bus to meeting room
Departure time will be 08:35
09:00-09:35 Invited Talk 9:
Species discrimination and systematic evolution of marine Bacillus and other bacterial groups
China Shao Zongze
Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration
09:35-10:10 Invited Talk 10:
Evolutionarily conserved noncoding sequence in eukaryotes
Japan Saitou Naruya
National Institute of Genetics
10:10-10:45 Invited Talk 11:
Phasing-based filtering of cancer somatic mutation calls in next generation sequencing
Korea Kim sangsoo
Soongsil University
10:45-11:00 Selected Young Investigators' Talk 4:
BIMIR: Condition-specific microRNA target prediction using bi-clustering
Korea Sora Yoon
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
11:00-11:15 Selected Young Investigators' Talk 5:
Tumor purity estimation and differential methylation analysis in cancer research
China Zheng Xiaoqi
Shanghai Normal University
11:20-12:40 Lunch
Ling Hai Xuan Restaurant
12:50-13:50 Poster Presentation 2
13:50-14:25 Invited Talk 12:
Approaches and challenges in genome annotation
Japan Nakamura Yasukazu
National Institute of Genetics, NIG
14:25-15:00 Invited Talk 13:
Multi-omics data integrative analysis and application
China Xie Lu
Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology
15:00-15:20 Closing Ceremony
15:30-17:00 Visit to Third Institute of Oceanopgraphy, State Oceanic Administration (Optional)
15:30-15:40 Those who choose not visit Third Institute of Oceanography
Gathering at meeting room for shuttle bus back to hotel
Departure time will be 15:40
17:00-17:10 After finishing visiting, another shuttle bus will be arranged to go back to hotel
18:00-19:30 Dinner
Day 3: Sunday, August 21st, 2016
Check out from Peony Wangpeng Hotel
07:00-12:00 Check out at hotel

Travelling Guidance

Map 1

A: Xiamen (Amoy) Gaoqi International Airport

B: Accommodation & Registration & Welcome Dinner
Peony Wanpeng Hotel
No. 17, Huyuan Road, Siming District, Xiamen, Fujian Province

C: Training Course
Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration
No. 184, Daxue Road, Xiamen, Fujian Province, China

A—B: 14km

(1) Highly recommended, TAXI (3-4 persons)
35-40 min / About 40-45 RMB per person for shared use of a taxi

(2) Not so recommended, BUS
1 hour and 10 minutes / 40 RMB/person
- Airport express shuttle bus: Terminal Building 3 — Xiamen Railway Station (1 stop)
- Bus No.2: Xiamen Railway Station — Yi Zhong Station (5 stops)
- Waking: Yi Zhong Station — Peony Wanpeng Hotel (500 meter)

*For your own safety and convenience, we highly recommend you to go the hotel by taxi. You can also share a taxi with other participants.

B—C: 2.9km

Map 2

Shuttle Bus

Date Departure Time From To
August 18th 13:30 Gaoqi International Airport Terminal 3 Peony Wanpeng Hotel
August 19th 08:05 Peony Wanpeng Hotel Third Institute of Oceanography
17:30 Third Institute of Oceanography Peony Wanpeng Hotel
August 20th 08:35 Peony Wanpeng Hotel Third Institute of Oceanography
15:40 Third Institute of Oceanography Peony Wanpeng Hotel
17:00 Third Institute of Oceanography Peony Wanpeng Hotel
August 21st 10:15 Peony Wanpeng Hotel Gaoqi International Airport Terminal 3 and Terminal 4
  1. Departure time for shuttle bus will be probably adjusted according to the meeting process and particular situations. If so, the change will be announced during the meeting to all the participants.
  2. If someone need to go back to hotel in the middle of the day, you can take No.87 Bus.
    Hospital of Xiamen University Station — Botanic Garden Station (2 stops/10 min).

Contact Person

Ms. He Qinwen Foreign Affairs Secretary
Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Center
Mobile Phone: +86-13816978475
Email: qwhe@scbit.org

Dr. Gong Linfeng
Third Institute of Oceanography
Mobile Phone: +86-13476243619

Dr. Lai Qiliang
Third Institute of Oceanography
Mobile Phone: +86-13459255785