CFP Complex Systems '98

Russell Standish rks at
Fri Mar 27 03:17:31 EST 1998


	     Conference Announcement and Call for Papers
       Complexity Between the Ecos - From Ecology to Economics

	    November 30th-December 2nd or 3rd 1998
		    University of New South Wales
			  Sydney, Australia
"Complexity Between the Ecos - From Ecology to Economics" is the
fourth in a series of successful conferences on Complex Systems. The
inaugural conference "From Biology to Computation" was held at the
Australian National University, Canberra in 1992, subsequent
conferences were held at the University of Central Queensland,
Rockhampton in 1994 ("Mechanisms of Adapation") and at Charles Sturt
University, Albury in 1996 ("From Local Interactions to Global

Tom Ray (artificial life and Tierra) and Andy Wuensche (cellular
automata, random boolean networks and DDLab) have accepted invitations
to give plenary talks at the conference.

Information for authors is available from the Web site. The deadline
for full manuscripts is the 30th of June. Please feel free to submit
abstracts or outlines of potential submissions prior to the deadline
if you feel clarification is necessary.

Please register on the website to receive further email announcements.
Information on registration and payment for the conference will be
available later, as well as accomodation options. At this stage, as
decision has not been taken between a 3 day and a 4 day conference, as
this will depend on how many people register an interest in submitting
a paper. The two weeks following the conference will feature a Complex
Systems summer school at Bathurst, a small country city about 4 hours
drive from Sydney. Researchers, in particular graduate stduents, are
encouraged to attend this to broaden their research skills in Complex

Please refer to the Complex Systems '98 Web site for more details.


Dr. Russell Standish            	Director
High Performance Computing Support Unit,
University of NSW			Phone 9385 2833
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