Lorentz Center - Molecular Computing from 22 Nov 2004 through 26 Nov 2004
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    Molecular Computing
    from 22 Nov 2004 through 26 Nov 2004

 
MONDAY 22 November 2004

MONDAY 22 November 2004

 

13.00 13.45 Registration

13.45 14.00 Opening

14.00 14.45 P. Frisco: Unique-sum sets and DNA computing

14.45 15.30 C. Zandron: Reversible computing in P-systems

15.30 16.00 Tea

16.00 16.45 M. Gheorghe: Population P systems: Results and future developments

16.45 17.30 S. Verlan: Optimal results on tissue P systems with minimal support/antiport

 

 

TUESDAY 23 November 2004

 

09.30 10.45 Invited talk: Natalio Krasnogor: An appealing computational mechanism drawn from bacterial quorum sensing

10.45 11.15 Coffee

11.15 12.00 G. Mauri: Regular splicing languages and below

 

14.00 14.45 G. Paun: Membrane computing after exactly six years (with news from the last six weeks)

14.45 15.30 D. Besozzi: P-systems for modeling cellular processes

15.30 16.00 Tea

16.00 16.45 T. Harju: Folding and unfolding in graphs and DNA

 

 

WEDNESDAY 24 November 2004

 

09.30 10.45 Invited talk: Christiaan Henkel: Experimental DNA Computing

10.45 11.15 Coffee

11.15 12.00 Y. Rogozhin: Communicative P systems with minimal cooperation

 

14.00 14.45 E. Csuhaj-Varju: Grammar systems versus membrane computing: the case of CD grammar systems

14.45 15.30 G. Vaszil: Grammar systems versus membrane computing: the case of PC grammar systems

15.30 16.00 Tea

16.00 16.45 P. Wasiewicz: Neural networks approximation

 

 

THURSDAY 25 November 2004

 

09.30 10.15 R. Freund: P systems working in the asynchronous and the sequential mode

10.15 10.45 M. Oswald: Tissue P systems simulating grammar systems

10.45 11.15 Coffee

11.15 12.00 Invited talk: M. Holcombe: An agent-based framework for modelling insect societies, tissue and cellular processing

 

16.00 Invited talk: A. Turberfield: DNA self-assembly and molecular machinery

 

 

FRIDAY 26 November 2004

 

09.30 10.00 M. Amos: Cellular computing research in Exeter

10.00 10.30 M. Margenstern: Research activities of the Metz group

10.30 11.00 Coffee

11.00 12.30 EMCC Assembly

 



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