4th IEEE International Conference on BioInspired Processing, BIP 2022

San Marcos de Tarrazú, San José, Costa Rica

November 15th to 17th

The 2022 4th IEEE International Conference on BioInspired Processing (BIP) is an event specialized in computational application to natural sciences and biologically inspired computational sciences. In 2022, the conference will be hosted by the Universidad Estatal a Distancia of Costa Rica at San Marcos de Tarrazú, Costa Rica, from November 15th to 17th. BIP encourages authors in these areas to submit their original work for conference consideration.



BIP originated as an effort to leverage a tradition in Costa Rica that promotes high-level international scientific research related to natural sciences. In part, this is due to the rich biodiversity of the country, the national system of conservation areas, and the local human and technical resources to develop this research. Also there is expertise in the country on zoological, population or related aspects (animal species, biodiversity, antiophidic serums research, etc.), microbiology, molecular biology and other areas in natural sciences.

These areas require the introduction of techniques and resources from the fields of engineering and exact sciences (high-performance computing, mathematical modeling, signal processing, among others). The evolution of these last disciplines, in Costa Rica, has resulted in the need for a scientific congress that brings together national researchers in the field, putting them in contact with the international community working at the highest level on these same problems.

Important Dates

September 8th  Deadline for submission of proposals

October 10th Author's notification of acceptance October 21st Camera-ready  November 15th to 17th Event  

Review and publication


Authors who want to submit their original work for conference publication consideration should submit their full papers considering the following guidelines:

Further Call for Papers details here.

Keynote Speakers

Dr.-Ing. Paola Vega-Castillo

Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica

"Bioinformatics towards sustainability: contributions for creation of environmental, economic and social value"

Ph.D. Sam Whiteford

University of Liverpool

"Uncovering novel melanic mutations with pangenome graphs in the peppered moth"


General Chair

Andrés Segura-Castillo, M.Sc.

Laboratorio de Investigación e Innovación Tecnológica. Universidad Estatal a Distancia

Esteban Arias-Méndez, M.Sc. 

Jorge Arroyo Hernández, Dr.   

Saúl Calderón Ramírez, Dr.

Marvin Coto Jiménez, Dr.

Carlos Gamboa Venegas, M.Sc.

Laura Hernández Alpízar, M.Sc.

Cindy Jiménez Picado, M.Sc.

Álvaro Mena Monge, MSI. 

Mauricio Rodríguez Calvo, M.Sc. 

Esteban Rojas Jiménez, Lic.

Giovanni Sáenz Arce, Dr.

Stefany Solano González, Dr.

Martín Solís Salazar, Dr.      

Escuela de Ingeniería en Computación. ITCR, IEEE EDS Costa Rica

Escuela de Matemática, UNA

Escuela de Ingeniería en Computación, ITCR

Escuela de Ingeniería Eléctrica, UCR

Colaboratorio Nacional de Computación Avanzada, CNCA

Escuela de Química, ITCR

Laboratorio de Investigación e Innovación Tecnológica, UNED

Informática Empresarial, Sede del Atlántico, UCR

Carrera de Ingeniería Electrónica. UTN

Carrera de Ingeniería Electrónica. UTN

Departamento de Física, UNA

Escuela de Ciencias Biológicas, UNA

Escuela de Administración de Empresas, ITCR



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