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Annals of Operations Research Call for Papers Special Issue: Computational Biomedicine
Annals of Operations Research
Call for Papers
Special Issue: Computational Biomedicine
Editors: Panos M. Pardalos, Anton Kocheturov, George Michailidis
Deadline for submission: September 30, 2016
We invite you to submit a paper for publication in a special issue on Computational Biomedicine in
Annals of
Operations.http://www.springer.com/business+%26+management/operations+research/journal/10479
The special issue will publish papers related to all areas of Computational Biomedicine, in particular (but
not limited to) those addressing the following topics:
*Optimization with applications in biomedicine
*Machine learning and artificial intelligence with applications in biomedicine
*Data mining and big data in biomedicine
*Computational neuroscience
*Computational biomedicine
Submitted papers should be original and not have been previously published nor be currently under
consideration for publication elsewhere.
All papers must be submitted through the Annals of Operations Research online submission system
at www.editorialmanager.com/anor/default.aspx. Please indicate that your work is intended for the
special issue "S.I.: Computational Biomedicine." Manuscripts submitted after the deadline may not be
considered for the special issue and may be transferred to a regular issue.
Papers will be subject to a strict review process managed by the editors, and accepted papers will be
published online individually, before print publication.
All inquiries about the special issue should be directed to the editors:
*Panos M. Pardalos, Distinguished Professor, Paul and Heidi Brown Preeminent Professor in Industrial
and Systems Engineering, Director of CAO, Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of
Florida, [email protected]
*Anton Kocheturov, PhD student, Center for Applied Optimization, Department of Industrial & Systems
Engineering, University of Florida, [email protected]
*George Michailidis, Director of Informatics Institute, University of Florida, [email protected]
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