February 4 - February 8, 2008
In the memory of
Call for Participation
- January 15, 2008
Paper by Gheorghe Paun concerning Open Problems for the
Sixth Brainstorming Week on Membrane Computing (BWMC6)
is available. Click here to download the paper
Similarly to the previous editions, the goal is to gather together researchers interested in membrane computing (theory and applications), for exchanging ideas, problems, solutions, for working together, in a friendly framework. Only short and provocative presentations will be scheduled in the first days, then the time will be mainly devoted to joint work. Those interested in having such presentations should inform the organizers some days before the meeting. The participants are strongly encouraged to circulate open problems and research proposals by internet (e.g., posting the problems in the Milano P page).
February 4, 2008 (Monday) - February 08, 2008 (Friday)
- Organizing institution:
Research Group on Natural Computing (RGNC)
Department of Computer Science and AI
Sevilla University, Spain
Module H, first floor, of ETS Ingenieria Informatica, Avda Reina Mercedes s/n
- Organizing committee:
Mario J. Perez-Jimenez (firstname.lastname@example.org) -- Chair
Alvaro Romero-Jimenez (Alvaro.Romero@cs.us.es)
... and all members of the group (http://www.gcn.us.es)
As usual, at about two months after the meeting a pre-proceedings volume will be published as a research report of RGNC. Then, a selection of final papers will be published in a special issue of a journal (as it was the case with the first five editions: Natural Computing and New Generation Computing for the 2003 Brainstorming Week, Journal of Universal Computer Science and Soft Computing for the 2004 Brainstorming Week, International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science for the 2005 Brainstorming Week, Theoretical Computer Science for the 2006 Brainstorming Week, and Journal of Unconventional Computing for the 2007 Brainstorming Week).
- Web page:
News will be communicated through the Milano P page, http://psystems.disco.unimib.it
- Other relevant details:
No registration fee will be requested, but the participants have to cover all costs related to their participation. Several accommodation options will exist (including cheap student hostels), while the lunch can be organized in the university cafeteria, for less than 5 euro per lunch.
- Important: Before January 15, 2008, the participants should announce the period when they intend to be in Sevilla, in order to reserve accommodation.
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