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BCEC97 bcec at ida.his.se
Thu Aug 14 12:05:34 EST 1997



              Bio-Computing and Emergent Computation
                            Skovde, Sweden
                       September 1-2, 1997


Titles of invited talks and refereed papers include: Evolutionary
computation; classical and quantum computation in microtubules;
biocomputation and nonlinear dynamics in primitive sensorimotor
mechanisms; evolution of protein interaction; critical states in
cellular automata; artificial molecular evolution; introns in nature
and simulated structure evolution; predicting protein folding;
complexity of DNA computations; molecular phylogenetic trees; extended
genetic algorithms; modified Huxley kinetics; evolutionary agents in
computational ecologies; attractor network models.

Further details of speakers and a provisional programme can be found
at the URL: http://www.his.se/ida/~bcec/


Rolf Eckmiller (Bonn, Germany) 
David Fogel (Natural Selection, USA)
Stuart Hameroff (Arizona, USA)
Lila Kari (W. Ontario, Canada)
Anders Lansner (KTH, Sweden)
Burkhart Rost (EMBL, Germany)

Invited speaker abstracts are available at the conference www site
(URL: http://www.his.se/ida/~bcec).


The conference will be held in Skovde, in the south of Sweden, 1 hour
by train from Gothenburg and 2 hours by train from Stockholm, both
with international airports. The conference venue is located in the
city centre (city theatre), close to conference accomodations and
train station.

Registration forms are available at the URL:
http://www.his.se/ida/~bcec/ or by contacting the organisers 
(email: bcec at ida.his.se).


- Registration before the 31st of August: 2050 SEK
- On site registration: 2500 SEK

Registration fees include hotel accommodation for two nights, lunches,
refreshments, and a copy of the conference proceedings.


Dan Lundh (University of Skovde, Sweden)
Ajit Narayanan (University of Exeter, United Kingdom)
Bjorn Olsson (University of Skovde, Sweden)

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