EURASIP Journal on Signal Processing and Bioinformatics (EURASIP JSPB)
(Link inactive 9 December 2005)
Publisher: Hindawi Publishing Corporation
The overall aim of EURASIP Journal on Signal Processing and Bioinformatics
(EURASIP JSPB) is to publish research results related to signal processing
and bioinformatics theories and techniques relevant to a wide area of
applications into the core new disciplines of genomics, proteomics, and
The journal is intended to offer a common platform for scientists from
several areas including signal processing, bioinformatics, statistics,
biology and medicine, who are interested in the development of algorithmic,
mathematical, statistical, modeling, simulation, data mining, and
computational techniques, as demanded by various applications in genomics,
proteomics, system biology, and more general in health and medicine.
Papers should emphasize original results related to the theoretical and
algorithmic aspects of signal processing and bioinformatics, in close
connection with the applications to genomics, proteomics, systems biology
and medicine. Tutorial papers, especially those emphasizing strong
components of signal processing or bioinformatics in multidisciplinary views
of genomics, proteomics and systems biology are also welcome.
The journal will embrace a wide range of topics, and will accommodate
different exposition styles, to help scientists with various backgrounds,
e.g., engineering, bioinformatics, or biology, to interact effortlessly and
to facilitate the exchange of information across the multidisciplinary areas
involved. EURASIP JSPB employs a paperless, electronic submission and
evaluation system to promote a rapid turnaround in the peer review process.
The journal publishes two types of issues: regular issues and special
issues. Regular issues publish collections of papers without special
solicitation. The special issues feature specifically aimed and targeted
topics of interest contributed by authors responding to a particular
Call-for-Papers or by invitation, edited by invited guest editor(s).
Regular papers can be submitted at any time, while special issue papers can
be submitted only based on planned schedules and submission guidelines of
the Call-for-Papers. Proposals for special issues can be submitted directly
to the Editor-in-Chief.
Subject areas include (but are by no means limited to):
* Reverse engineering of biological circuits
* Data mining methods for genomics and proteomics
* Signal Processing theory and techniques for systems biology
* Modeling and simulation of biological networks
* Nanotechnology in genomics and proteomics
* Signal processing methods in sequence analysis
* Information theoretic approaches to genomics and proteomics
* Microarray image and data analysis
* Noise models in high-throughput technologies
* Integration of heterogeneous data
All articles published in EURASIP JSPB are open access and thus may be
freely copied, redistributed, stored, and used to prepare derivative works,
provided authors are given control over the integrity of their work and the
right to be properly acknowledged and cited.
Original articles are invited and should be submitted through the EURASIP
JSPB manuscript tracking system at http://www.mstracking.com/spb/.
Room TF414 (Tietotalo)
Institute of Signal Processing
Tampere University of Techology
P.O. Box 553
FIN-33101, Tampere, Finland
Current Issue: Forthcoming
Date: 13 September 2005