MBMC Workshop Almost Here

A couple more days until the workshop! It will be taking place at the University of Southern California at the Hughes Aircraft Electrical Engineering Building (EEB) 132.
 
Please take a look at all the great talks coming up, as well as all the posters to be displayed. We will even be having lightning poster presentations. Check out the entire program over the two days of the workshop.
 

The Parking and Directions page will give you all the details on how to find us.

 

 

Walking from Parking Structure A:
-Turn right on McClintock Ave
-EEB is at the intersection of McClintock Ave. and West 37th Place

 

Walking from the Radisson hotel:
-Cross Figueroa Street
-Enter on Childs Way. Keep walking down Childs Way.
-Turn Left onto Watt Way
-Either enter onto the small path in front of Powell Hall and walk all the way down OR turn Right onto West 37th Place
-EEB is on the intersection of McClintock Ave and West 37th Place

 

See you there!

Workshop Update #2: RSVP, Hotel and New Speakers

RSVP’s are set-up and ready to go. Please REGISTER at our RSVP site at http://www.usc.edu/dept/pubrel/specialevents/esvp/index.php. You will need to enter the code “MBMC” to access our RSVP page. Please remember that early registration rates end on November 13, 2015. Please see our Main Workshop page for more details.

We have reserved a block of rooms at the Radisson Hotel USC at a special discounted rate.  This rate will be available until Thursday, November 12, 2015.  Book your room online at the Radisson Hotel using code ELECTR or call 800.333.3333. Please be sure to specify that you are reserving under “USC Electrical Engineering/Electrophysics.” Please go to the Hotel page for more details.

Also, we’ve added a couple of really great speakers. Check out all the speakers and their biographies at the Speakers page. Abstracts of their upcoming talks will be coming shortly. Stay tuned!

Workshop Save the Date: Communications, Inference, and Computing in Molecular and Biological Systems

Communications, Inference, and Computing in Molecular and Biological Systems
December 3-4, 2015
Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
[Please note: IEEE GLOBECOM 2015 will be held nearby in San Diego, California, from December 6-10]
This workshop will will have a combination of invited talks and submitted posters.  Details on poster submission will follow shortly.
Any questions should be directed to Christina Tang-Bernas: tangbern@usc.edu

ICC 2016 Information

At previous ICC and Globecom conferences, there were “selected areas in communications” tracks dedicated to molecular, biological, and multi-scale communication.

For ICC 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, we are following a different model. We made arrangements so that you can submit papers on the subject of molecular, biological, and multi-scale communication directly to the Communications Theory (CT) symposium. The paper submission deadline is October 16, 2015.

As always, we encourage you to submit extended versions of your conference papers to the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications.