Unfortunately for obvious reasons, there is a maximum number of onsite seats and consequently there is a limited number of onsite registrations. Currently, there is no limitation on the number of online registrations. For this reason, the well-known “first come first serve” strategy will be adopted, so if you want to participate in presence, we […]
Registration is now open! Registration The five-day event will take place in Certosa di Pontignano – Castelnuovo Berardenga (Siena) Tuscany and online on 18-22 September. Register Now! Unfortunately for obvious reasons, there is a maximum number of onsite seats and consequently there is a limited number of onsite registrations. Currently, there is no limitation on […]
Ross D. King has joint positions at the University of Cambridge, and Chalmers Institute of Technology, Sweden. He is one of the most experienced machine learning researchers in the UK. His main research interest is the interface between computer science and science. He originated the idea of a ‘Robot Scientist’: integrating AI and laboratory robotics […]
Jürgen Bajorath received a diploma and PhD in biochemistry (1988) from the Free University in West-Berlin. He was a postdoctoral Fellow with Arnie Hagler, Biosym Technol./Agouron Inst., in San Diego where he began to work on computational methods for bioinformatics and drug design. From 1990-2004, Jürgen held positions at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, […]
Due to many requests for an extension, the LOD 2022 Organizing Committee has agreed to revisit the Late Breaking Paper Submission Deadline until June 15th. Papers are pouring in and the organizing committee would like to thank all those who have already submitted papers. Those who have not submitted a paper yet are encouraged to do […]
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LOD 2002 now starts on 18 September and ends on the 22nd. See you in Tuscany in September!
Pierre Baldi is a chancellor’s professor of computer science at University of California Irvine and the director of its Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics. Pierre Baldi received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees at the University of Paris, in France. He then obtained his Ph.D. degree in mathematics at the California Institute […]