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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Hypernet 2011, Turku (Finland), 6-10 June

http://www.math.utu.fi/projects/uc2011/
Contact: Mike Stannett, m.stannett@dcs.shef.ac.uk

Hypercomputation Workshop

Call for Papers / Posters

HYPERNET (Hypercomputation Workshop) 2011 Co-located Workshop with Unconventional Computation 2011 June 6-10, Turku, Finland
UC2011 Main Site: http://www.math.utu.fi/projects/uc2011/

Papers and posters are solicited on all aspects of Hypercomputation.

KEY DATES
Paper submission deadline:  28 Feb 2011
Paper authors notified:      1 Apr 2011
Final versions due:         18 Apr 2011
Poster submission deadline: 18 Apr 2011
Poster authors notified:    25 Apr 2011
Early registration ends:     2 May 2011

PUBLICATION
Accepted papers will be published in the first instance in electronic form as a Workshop pre-proceedings. As in previous years, authors will be invited, following the Workshop, to submit finalised versions of their work for journal publication.

Submissions should be submitted electronically via EasyChair, in PDF format:

    http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hypernet11

Papers should initially be no more than 12 sides in length (excluding bibliography), and should be formatted for A4 paper.

TOPICS INCLUDE (but are not restricted to)
* analogue systems
* arithmetic hierarchy
* axiomatizations of physics
* Church-Turing thesis
* complexity of nonstandard systems
* computing beyond the Turing barrier
* digital physics
* economics and uncomputability
* nonstandard computation
* philosophical aspects
* quantum computation
* relativistic computation
* transfinite systems
* unconventional computation and its properties
* wormhole computation

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Selim Akl (Queen's)
Hajnal Andrka (Budapest)
Olivier Bournez (Ecole Polytechnique)
Cristian Calude (Auckland)
Barry Cooper (Leeds)
Francisco Antnio Dria (Rio de Janeiro) Marian Gheorghe (Sheffield) Viv Kendon (Leeds) Peter Kugel (Boston) Kenichi Morita (Hiroshima) Istvan Nmeti (Budapest) Ion Petre (Turku) Mike Stannett (Sheffield) Susan Stepney (York) Gergely Szkely (Budapest) Christof Teuscher (Portland) John Tucker (Swansea) Benjamin Wells (San Francisco)

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Hajnal Andrka (Budapest)
Cristian Calude (Auckland)
Ion Petre (Turku)
Mike Stannett (Sheffield)
Susan Stepney (York)

COORDINATOR / QUERIES
Mike Stannett (m.stannett@dcs.shef.ac.uk)