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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: PC09: Physics and Computation


                    Workshop on Physics and Computation

            September 7-11, 2009, Ponta-Delgada, Azores, Portugal

                    (Satellite event of UC'2009)


Physics and computation have interacted from the early days of
computing. Ultimately, physics laws permit computation. The aim of the
workshop is to bring together researchers with various interests in
the area to discuss important issues like fundamental physical limits
of computers, chaos and dynamical systems, quantum computers and

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  * Relativistic Computation
  * Quantum Computing and Information
  * Molecular Computing and Reaction Diffusion
  * Dynamical Systems
  * Randomness
  * New models of computation
  * Cellular automata
  * Analog Computation
  * Bio-inspired Computing
  * Hypercomputation

**** Paper Submission Guidelines ****

Papers - maximum length 15 pages - must be submitted in PDF
to and

****  Important Dates ****

Deadline for submission:  May 15th, 2009
Decision notification:    July 7th, 2009
Workshop:	          September 7-11, 2009

Olivier Bournez (Ecole polytechnique)
Gilles Dowek (Ecole polytechnique and INRIA)
and the Organization team of UC'2009

Steering Committee:
Caslav Brukner (Vienna)
Cristian Calude (Auckland)
Gregory Chaitin (IBM)
Jose-Felix Costa (Lisboa)
Istvan Nemeti (Budapest)