Rod Page, who will speak during the Population data session at this year’s VIZBI, is also involved with iEvoBio, a conference on Informatics for Phylogenetics, Evolution, and Biodiversity, which – like VIZBI, is now in its second year.
iEvoBio 2011 will take place in Norman, Oklahoma, in the US, from the 21st to the 22nd June, and is now accepting submissions for informatics talks concerning new tools, cyberinfrastructure development, large-scale data analysis, and visualization. iEvoBio and its sponsors strongly support open-source software development, and where appropriate, submissions must provide full details of their software’s licensing terms.
The submission deadline for full papers is 18th March 2011. For further details, please go to http://ievobio.org/ocs/index.php/ievobio/2011.