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Your logo or QR code on chocolates during coffee breaks…
or on t-shirts during the morning run?

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ECCB 2016 would like to invite you to connect your company name to the 15th European Conference on Computational Biology, to be held on 3-7 Sept 2016 in the historic city of The Hague in the Netherlands. This rapidly growing event attracts more than 1,000 participants from academia and industry each year: leading bioinformatics researchers, computational biologists, bio-IT professionals, researchers in molecular biology, molecular medicine, biophysics, biostatistics and systems biology, as well as students from Europe and around the world.

Bioinformatics and computational biology are flourishing disciplines in virtually every research lab across life science sectors, from clinical research to crop and livestock breeding, and from nutrition research to industrial biotech. The fields are in thrilling progress, continuously pushing the boundaries in life science R&D.

Questions? Interested? Let us know.


Special offer for non-profit exhibitors

Non-profit organisations receive a 750 EUR discount on the Exhibition Package, the total fee is 1,750 EURO instead of 2,500 EURO while maintaining all sponsor package benefits


Summary of sponsor opportunities

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Should you have an original idea that is not included in the brochure, we are open to suggestions so please feel free to get in touch with us!


Special offer for Startup companies

Startup Booth Package

We offer startup companies the Startup Booth Package, the possibility to introduce your company to a wide audience from Europe and beyond. The back wall of the booth can be fully exploited by hanging a poster or setting up a rollup banner. Among other benefits, the package includes a 25% reduction on one full conference registration. For more information and to see if you are eligible for this package, check out our leaflet.

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Connecting industry and academia

ECCB 2016 strives to bridge global breakthroughs in computational biology with those in applied technologies, infrastructures and services. For this reason, the ECCB 2016 organisers are specifically inviting industry partners to co-design ECCB 2016’s science, tech & application track in order to maximise the synergies between industry and academia.



exhibition area

In the light of suggestions made by sponsors from previous ECCB conferences, ECCB 2016 placed sponsor booths in the heart of the conference where all coffee and lunch breaks are served,getting the attention sponsors deserve. All sponsors are cordially invited to attend the opening reception as well as the ice-breaking session and are very welcome to register for the conference dinner. Furthermore sponsors will be given the opportunity to compete or the best application by demonstrating their software to the conference audience in their booth that is dedicated for this application showcase.


Sumarising, ECCB 2016 is the perfect opportunity to strengthen your visibility and network with key opinion leaders and decision makers in the field of computational life sciences and big data analytics. It gives your organisation an ideal platform for demonstrating innovative technologies, life science applications, software tools, services and training initiatives. Looking for the next generation of data experts? ECCB 2016 gathers the crème the la crème of life science data experts and talented students that can help you tackle the growing data and ICT challenges in your R&D. ECCB 2016 offers a number of advertising and sponsoring options, listed in the sponsor brochure, for you to present yourself to an international audience of over 1,000 scientists, policy makers and other stakeholders.

We look forward to hearing from you and welcome you in The Hague!



You can download the brochure
with all the sponsor opportunities here:
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Previous sponsors

Apple Computer, Inc.
Ariadne Genomics
BioAlpes Association
Biobase Corporation
Biomax Informatics AG
BioMed Central
Biosystems Informatics Institute
Cambridge University Press
Convey Computer
CRC Press – Taylor & Francis Books Inc.
CSIRO Mathematical & Information Sciences
Elsevier MDL
Friedrich Miescher
Institute for Biomedical Research
Gene Logic Inc.
GenomeWeb, LLC

Ion torrent
Merck Serono
Nature Publishing Group
Ocimum Biosolutions
Orion Multisystems
Oxford University Press
Partek Incorporated
Phizer, Inc.
PLoS Computational Biology
RCSB Protein Data Bank
Sun Microsystems
Syngenta AG
The Blueprint Initiative
The MathWorks
The MIT Press Foundation
The Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC)
Unleashed Informatics Limited
John Wiley & Sons
World Scientific Publishing and Imperial College Press