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Special Issue on In Silico Research on Microbiology and Public Health

Journal of Electronic Science and Technology (JEST) is soliciting original manuscripts for a special issue/section featuring in silico research on microbiology and public health.

The goal is to bring together state-of-the-art research results in microbiology and public health, especially research into 2019-nCoV. Submissions must be original, unpublished and not be under review in any other conference or journal. We particularly welcome theoretical, experimental studies and reviews on 2019-nCoV; for example, on the spread of the virus, bioinformatics analysis on microbial genomes, computational simulation and analysis on public health.

Benefits and Responsibilities of Authors:

  • A rapid peer-review process: 20 days for the initial review cycle.
  • The accepted papers will be published open access on ScienceDirect and will be freely available to download and read.
  • All authors must sign a Copyright Agreement with JEST.


Important Dates:

  • Submission deadline: 20 Dec 2020
  • Online publication: On average, three weeks after acceptance
  • Hard copy publication: vol. 19, no. 1, March 2021


Submission Instructions:

Download all necessary files (e.g., the JEST Template and JEST Copyright Form). Submit your WORD or PDF full manuscript online; please select the section category SI: Microbiol. & P.H.

For inquiries about this special issue, please contact journal@uestc.edu.cn

Prof. Dr. Quan Zou

Prof. Dr. Quan Zou

Guest Editor

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu

Email: zouquan@uestc.edu.cn

Research Fields: Bioinformatics, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing.

He is also the Editor-in-Chief of "Current Bioinformatics".

http://lab.malab.cn/~zq/en

Prof. Dr. Chi-Chang Chang

Prof. Dr. Chi-Chang Chang

Co-Guest Editor

Email: changintw@gmail.com

Research Fields: Clinical Operational Research, Medical Decision Analysis,

Machine Learning.

http://mdecisionlab.csmu.edu.tw/ 

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