Virtual Presentations

    • Sultanah M. Alshammari and Armin R. Mikler: Modeling Spread of Infectious Diseases at the Arrival Stage of Hajj

    • Max Garzon and Duy Pham Genomic Solutions to Hospital-Acquired Bacterial Infection Identification

    • Sidi Ahmed Mahmoudi, Mohammed Ammar, Mohammed Amin Belarbi, Amine Abbou and Saïd Mahmoudi GPU-Low-Energy Tracking of the Left Ventricle in the Cloud

    • Pedro Pablo Gonzalez-Perez and Maura Cardenas-Garcia: Inspecting the Role of PI3K/AKT Signaling Pathway in Cancer Development Using an In Silico Modeling and Simulation Approach

    • Daniel Sanchez Morillo, Jesus Gonzalez and Julio Ortega: Classification of Breast Cancer Histopathological Images using KAZE features and Bag of Features

    • Domenica Scumaci, Antonio Oliva, Antonio Concolino, Antonio Curcio, Claudia Vincenza Fiumara, Laura Tammè, Oscar Campuzano, Vincenzo Pascali, Monica Coll, Anna Iglesias, Paola Berne, Gavino Casu, Pietroantonio Ricci, Ciro Indolfi, Josep Brugada, Ramon Brugada and Giovanni Cuda: Integration of omic strategies for biomarkers discovery and to elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying Brugada Syndrome

    • Abderraouf Hadj Henni, David Pasquier and Nacim Betrouni: A Transferable Belief Model decision support tool over complementary clinical conditions

    • Mohammed Rais and Abdelmonaime Lachkar: An Empirical Study of Word Sense Disambiguation for Biomedical Information Retrieval System

    • Sujay Saha, Sukriti Roy, Anupam Ghosh and Kashi Nath Dey: Gene-Gene Interaction Analysis: Correlation, Relative Entropy and Rough Set Theory Based Approach

    • Heechel Kim, Joon-Hyuck Yang Prediction of Lung Cancer : Data Mining on Cohort DB of National Health Insurance Service in Korea

  • Although IWBBIO organization encourages an active participation in the conference, authors who are unable to attend the conference in person due to funding issues concerning travel expenses may participate with a virtual presentation. Virtual presentation will consist of a recorded video or recording slides with voice-over where authors could present their accepted contribution (around 10-20 minutes, in .mp4 format). These videos or slides will be available for attendees in our conference website.

    VERY IMPORTANT: Authors of virtual presentation should send an email with the link to download the .mp4 file to: with the subject: IWBBIO2018_VIRTUAL_PRESENTATION_LINK.

    Following, some information about virtual presentations is clarified:

    Acceptance of submission for virtual presentations is based on the same criteria as attending participants.

    Authors who would like to make virtual presentations will also be awarded with a certificate and their papers will be considered for publications similar to other participants as if they were present physically.

    Authors who would like to make virtual presentations must select Virtual presentation in the Submission Category field within our submission system

    Virtual presentations will be accompanied by a discounted registration fee (See Registration Fees).

    Once contribution is accepted, you must send an email to indicating you are interested in virtual presentation.

    The number of virtual presentations is limited.