ISMB 2006
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Software demos allow organizations to demonstrate their software/hardware relevant to the
bioinformatics / molecular biology community.

*** Academic Demo submissions is now closed ***

  • One 50 minute demo session (scheduled by ISMB 2006)
  • Listing in the conference program, including your demonstration time in the main schedule and a 50-word summary in a special section of the program book
  • Private demonstration room
  • Independent submission and acceptance procedures for academic and comercial for-profit demos
  • Audio-Visual equipment provided includes LCD projector, screen, microphone (all additional equipment required will be charged at cost to the presenting organization)

Does not include conference registration

Academic Demos

Authors of accepted demos will be notified after May 8, 2006. The 50-word summary will be printed in the conference program, and the one-page abstract will be posted on the conference web site. Academic demos will be scheduled during a single 50 minute time slot.

Please note: All software and data described in academic demos must be free of cost and available without restrictions on use or access to academic or non-profit users, regardless of whether the submitters' employer or home institution is a for-profit, non-profit, or academic organization. Submitters may provide their software under a license, retain intellectual property rights to the code, and charge licensing fees to "for-profit" users.


Demos will be scheduled in 50 minute time slots. Presenters should be prepared to finish on time to allow for set-up of the following presentations.

You will be provided with a Windows-based desktop computer and Internet access. If you require a different operating system, please bring your own computer and contact the audiovisual team at least 24 hours before you are due to give your demo.

If you intend to use a Windows computer provided by the conference for your demonstration, please bring a CD containing any software and presentation material that needs to be loaded, or make your software and other material downloadable via the internet.

Within your time slot, you are at liberty to demonstrate your software in any way that you see fit: for example, you can combine one or more structured talks with live demos and question-and-answer sessions. Authors should provide handouts for attendees.

Major sponsors will be given precedence for corporate demo slots.


Corporate demonstration presenters will be contacted by an ISMB 2006 Committee Member to arrange your demo schedule and logistics following receipt of the sign up form and payment.

Academic demonstration presenters will be notified of acceptance after May 8, 2006, following review of the abstracts.

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