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Subject: 11.06.05 9th International Conference on Chemical Structures (ICCS), Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands
                     C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S
            9th International Conference on Chemical Structures
        NH Leeuwenhorst Conference Hotel, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands
                            5-9 June 2011

Submission of abstracts and registration to the conference is now open on 
the conference website at

The 9th International Conference on Chemical Structures (ICCS) is seeking 
presentations of novel research and emerging technologies for the 
following plenary sessions:

   o Cheminformatics
        > advances in structure representation
        > reaction handling and electronic lab notebooks (ELNs)
        > molecular similarity and diversity
        > chemical information visualization

   o Structure-Activity and Structure-Property Prediction
        > graphical methods for SAR analysis
        > industrialized and large-scale model building
        > multi-property prediction and multi-objective optimization

   o Structure-Based Drug Design and Virtual Screening
        > new docking and scoring approaches
        > improved understanding of protein-ligand interactions
        > pharmacophore definition and search
        > modeling of challenging targets

   o Analysis of Large Chemistry Spaces
        > mining of chemical literature and patents
        > design, profiling and comparison of compound collections and screening sets
        > machine learning and knowledge extraction from databases

   o Integrated Chemical Information
        > advances in chemogenomics
        > integration of medical and biological information
        > semantic technologies as a driver of integration
        > translational informatics

   o Dealing with Biological Complexity
        > analysis and prediction of poly-pharmacology
        > in-silico analysis of toxicology, drug safety, and adverse events
        > pathways and biological networks
        > druggability of targets

Besides the scientific program the conference will feature free workshops 
from BioSolveIT (, The Chemical Computing Group 
(, Tripos (, and Accelry (

Joint Organizers:
   o Division of Chemical Information of the American Chemical Society (CINF)
   o Chemical Structure Association Trust (CSA Trust)
   o Division of Chemical Information and Computer Science of the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ)
   o Chemistry-Information-Computer Division of the German Chemical Society (GDCh)
   o Royal Netherlands Chemical Society (KNCV)
   o Chemical Information Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
   o Swiss Chemical Society (SCS)

We encourage the submission of papers on both applications and case 
studies as well as on method development and algorithmic work. The final 
program will be a balance of these two aspects.

From the submissions the program committee and the scientific advisory 
board will select about 30 papers for the plenary sessions. All 
submissions that cannot be included in the plenary sessions will 
automatically be considered for the poster session.

Contributions can be submitted for any of the above and related areas, 
but we also welcome contributions in any aspect of the computer handling 
of chemical structure information, such as:

   o automatic structure elucidation
   o combinatorial chemistry, diversity analysis
   o web technology and its effect on chemical information
   o electronic publishing
   o MM or QM/MM simulations
   o practical free energy calculations
   o modeling of ADME properties
   o material sciences
   o analysis and prediction of crystal structures
   o grid and cloud computing in cheminformatics

Visit the conference website at for more 
information, including details on procedures for online abstract 
submission and conference registration.

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 31 January 2011.

We hope to see you in Noordwijkerhout.

Keith T Taylor, ICCS Chair
Markus Wagener, ICCS Chair
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