The aim of this workshop called Bioinformatics and Artificial Intelligence (BAI) is to bring together active scholars and practionners in the frontier of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Bioinformatics. AI holds a tremendous repertoire of algorithms and methods that constitute the core of different topics of bioinformatics and computational biology research. BAI goals are twofolds : How can AI techniques contribute to bioinformatics research ?, and How can bioinformatics research raise new fundamental questions in AI ? Contributions will clearly point out answers to one of these goals focusing on AI techniques as well as focusing on biological problems.

Important dates:

  • Deadline for Paper Submission: April 27th, 2015 May 11th, 2015
  • Author Notification: June 8th, 2015
  • Camera Ready Deadline: June 22th, 2015
  • Workshop: July 27th, 2015

Useful links:

The updated version of the workshop program is available here !

The current version of the proceedings is available here! The workshop proceedings will be published on CEUR web-site soon.

List of Accepted papers for oral presentation

Ognjen Arandjelovic. Modelling Disease Progression using Electronic Hospital Records
Abed Alkhateeb, Siva Reddy, Iman Rezaeian and Luis Rueda. Zseq : an approach for filtering low complex and biased sequences in next generation sequencing data
Forough Firoozbakht, Iman Rezaeian, Alioune Ngom and Luis Rueda. Identifying the Network Biomarkers of Breast Cancer Subtypes By Interaction
Ham Ching Lam, Srinand Sreevatsan and Daniel Boley. Evolution and Vaccination of Influenza Virus
Vincent Picard, Jeremie Bourdon and Anne Siegel. A Logic for Checking the Probabilistic Steady-State Properties of Reaction Networks
Alan R. Fachini, David Correa Martins Jr and Anna Helena Reali Costa. Using Ensemble Combiners to Improve Gene Regulatory Network Inference
Ahmed Halioui, Petko Valtchev and Abdoulaye Banire Diallo. Workflow Mining : Discovering Generalized Process Models from Texts

List of Accepted extended abstracts for poster presentation

Mina Maleki, Mohammad Haj Dezfulian and Luis Rueda. Identification of High Affinity Ubiquitin Variants: an in Silico Mutagenesis-based Approach
Jean-Marc Alliot, Luis Farinas and Robert Demolombe. Logical modelling of Molecular Interaction Maps
Leliane N. de Barros, Ronaldo F. Hashimoto, Karina V. Delgado, Carolina F. Da Silva and Fabio A. C. Tisovec. Robust Intervention on Genetic Regulatory Networks Using Symbolic Dynamic Programming
Juliana Bernardes, Fabio Vieira and Gerson Zaverucha. Evaluation and improvement of clustering algorithms for detecting remote homologous protein