Bionetics 2011 : PhD Doctoral Forum on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information and Computing System
Call For Papers
PhD Doctoral Forum on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information and Computing Systems
To be held at Bionetics 2011, December 5-7th, York, UK
All PhD students working in disciplines that seek the understanding of the fundamental
principles and design strategies in biological systems, and attempting to leverage those
understandings to build bio-inspired systems are invited to participate in a Doctoral Forum, where they can present and discuss their work in a supportive environment, with other PhD students and experts from the field.
The Forum will include:
• An opportunity to present your work to a supportive audience
• Publication of your paper in conference proceedings (Springer LNICST series)
• Keynote speech by Prof. G. Eiben, Vrije Univeristeit Amsterdam “ How to get a PhD
in the field of Bio-Inspired Systems’
• “Ask the Experts” panel session, with an opportunity to ask questions from a panel of
experts in the field of bio-inspired systems.
• Attendance at all Bionetics 2011 conference sessions (with reduced registration fee
• PhD Social Event
Who can take part?
Any full-time or part-time student at any stage of their PhD, registered at any institution for higher education, can take part in the Forum.
How can I apply to participate in the Forum?
A paper describing your work (maximum 6 pages in length) should be submitted using the
conference submission system (via the conference webpage) by November 1st. Papers
should use the templates supplied in the author’s kit on the main conference submission page. Papers will undergo a light review process for relevance.
What areas of Bio-inspired Models of Network, Information and Computing Systems
are covered by the Forum ?
Please see the main page of the Bionetics website for a full description of the topics of interest and application domains covered.
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