11th EAI International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies

Country: USA

City: Pittsburgh

Abstr. due: 01.10.2018

Dates: 12.03.19 — 13.03.19

Area Of Sciences: Biology;

Organizing comittee e-mail: andrea.piekova@eai.eu

Organizers: BICT

 

Topics

THRUST 1: Direct Bioinspiration (systems utilizing biological materials, processes, and systems)

    Bacterial computing and communication
    Biometric security and privacy
    Biosensing
    Brain-computer and human-computer interface
    Cellular and membrane computing
    Chemical signaling and communication
    DNA computing and memory
    Energy harvesting from biological sources
    Molecular assembly computing and communication
    Physarum computing

THRUST 2: Indirect Bioinspiration (systems and application design upon biological principle, processes and mechanisms)

    Amorphous computing
    Artificial chemistry, immune systems, gene regulatory networks and life
    Autonomous vehicle systems
    Biological process and data analysis
    Cellular automata
    Chaotic systems
    Computational epidemics
    Cyber security, privacy and intelligence
    Evolutionary computation
    Healthcare
    Intelligent systems
    Internet of Things (IoT)
    Mobile robotics
    Modeling and simulation
    Nature-inspired models and calculi
    Neural networks/computation
    Reaction-diffusion computing
    Self-organization
    Smart services and cities
    Swarm intelligence

THRUST 3: Foundational Bioinspiration (biology and ICT evolving similar schemes and validity)

    Adversarial modeling
    Agent based models
    Biological theory change and its impact on corresponding bioinspired technology
    Cellularization
    Costly signaling (Proof of work, stake, etc.)
    Deception
    Evolution
    Game theory
    Identification of theoretical obstacles that prevent transition from biology to technology
    Measures of validity and validation of methodology
    Mechanistic adaptability of theories from philosophy of biology to technology
    Natural kinds and species (i.e., classification of bioinspired technology)
    Network theory
    Recommender and verifier systems
    Signaling games, equilibria and conventions
    Smart contracts (Block chains, ICO, Governance)

 

Conference Web-Site: http://bionetics.org/