[FOM] [pc2010] PHYSICS AND COMPUTATION 2010 --- CALL FOR PAPERS
PC2010 at loria.fr
Mon Nov 9 13:20:04 EST 2009
PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS
PHYSICS AND COMPUTATION 2010, P&C 10
3th International Workshop on PHYSICS AND COMPUTATION
On the Nile, Egypt
August 30 (embarkation) -- September 3 (desembarkation on September 5)
Deadline for submissions: January 15th, 2010
Original papers are solicited in all areas of
Physics and Computation (and related fields).
Typical, but not exclusive, topics are:
- Analogue Computation
- Axiomatization of Physics: completeness, decidability, reduction
- Church-Turing thesis
- Computing beyong the Turing barrier
- Digital Physics
- Philosophy of Physics (and computation)
- Quantum computation (digital, analogue).
Applications to Biology. Quantum logics
- Reaction-diffusion models of computation:
including Brain Dynamics, BZ Computers
- Relativity: spacetimes, computation, time travel, speedup
- Theory of measurement: axiomatization , complexity
All researchers in the area of the Workshop are
kindly invited to submit their papers (at most 12
pages) electronically, via easychair:
. The submissions of papers are expected to be in
PDF format using the suitable class files of
Springer LNCS. Joint submissions to other
conferences are not permitted. Each accepted
paper must be presented at the Workshop.
Submissions due: January 15th, 2010
Notification: February 12h, 2010
Final versions due: March 20, 2010
Early Registration: February 19 --- The charter
will take a limited number of 40 participants
with some further space for people travelling together.
Contributed papers will be selected from submissions received by the
- Andrew ADAMATZKI, University of West England
- Selim AKL, Queen's University, Canada
- Hajnal ANDREKA, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest
- Edwin BEGGS, University of Swansea
- Olivier BOURNEZ, École Polytechnique
- Dan BROWNE, University College London
- Cristian CALUDE, University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Arturo CARSETTI, University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
- Barry COOPER, University of Leeds
- Bob COECKE, University of Oxford
- José Félix COSTA, Technical University of Lisbon
- Gilles DOWEK, École Polytechnique and INRIA
- Walid GOMAA, University of Alexandria
- Viv KENDON, University of Leeds
- Carlos LOURENÇO, University of Lisbon
- Judit MADARASZ, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest
- Yasser OMAR, Technical University of Lisbon
- Sonja SMETS, University of Groningen , Netherlands
- Mike STANNETT, University of Sheffield
- Karl SVOZIL, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Technische Universität Wien
- John V. TUCKER, University of Swansea
- Jiri WIEDERMANN, Academy of Sciences of the
Czech Republic , Institute of Computer Science
- Karoline WIESNER, University of Bristol
- Martin ZIEGLER, University of Paderborn, Germany
- Caslav BRUKNER
- Cristian CALUDE
- José Félix COSTA
- Gregory CHAITIN
- Istvan NÉMETI
- Cristian CALUDE
- José Félix COSTA
- Walid GOMAA
- Karl SVOZIL
INVITED SPEAKERS AND TUTORIALS:
- To be confirmed in the SECOND CALL
3rd International Workshop on Physics and Computation, P&C 10
Egypt , August 30 -- September 3 , Cruise
downstream and upstream the Nile, from Luxor (through Aswan) to Luxor.
Arrival and departure airports: Luxor or Cairo.
Includes one (or half) a cabin (7 nights) on
board and the meals (but not drinks) for the 8 days cruise on the Nile.
Registration fees: between $800 and $1200, plus
the (optional) sightseeing package of $145 (till February 20).
Second International Workshop on Physics and Computation
First International Workshop on Physics and Computation
P&C 08: Two Issues of Applied Mathematics and
Computation (Volume 215, Issue 4, October 15 ,
2009 , Elsevier) and Natural Computing (Volume 8,
Number 3 , September, 2009 , Springer) .
P&C 09: Proceedings will appear as a Bentham Book.
P&C 10: We are applying for a special Issue of Physica D.
STRUCTURE OF THE EVENT
Our 5 days (Monday to Friday) Workshop «Physics
and Computation 2010» comprises:
8 Invited speakers (50 minutes each, 10 minutes for discussion);
2 Tutorials (100 minutes each, 20 minutes for discussion);
16 Contributed papers (35 minutes each , 10 minutes for discussion);
1 Special Session : Homage to Arthur C. Clarke
's 2010 , HAL 9000 New Legacy (120 minutes).
David G. Stork has done a respectable work with
respect to 2001
«Which realizations in Unconventional Computation
make us feel closer to HAL 9000 ?»
Social programme includes sightseeing (with
visits to) the main Archeological Stations,
discussions with an egyptologist on board, light
lectures after dinner on Egyptology and the reading of hieroglyphs.
Faculty of Engineering,
<mailto:wgomaa at alex.edu.eg>wgomaa at alex.edu.eg and
<mailto:walid.gomaa at loria.fr>walid.gomaa at loria.fr
__________ Information from ESET NOD32 Antivirus,
version of virus signature database 4588 (20091109) __________
The message was checked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus.
More information about the FOM