is organized by
, University of Auckland, NZ and
, Canada, under the auspices of EATCS.
are solicited in all areas of unconventional
computation. Papers dealing with theory as well as with
experiments and applications are welcome. Typical, but not
exclusive, topics are: natural computing including quantum,
cellular, molecular, neural and evolutionary paradigms; chaos
and dynamical systems based computing; and various proposals for
computations that go beyond the Turing model.
Authors are invited to submit papers (at most 12
electronically, in PDF
format, to the conference secretary
uc [dot] secretary [at] gmail
All submissions are expected
to be in PDF format. Joint submissions to other conferences are
not permitted. Each accepted paper must be presented at the
conference. The proceedings will be published by Springer LNCS
series. A selection of the best papers presented at the
conference will be published in a special issue of the
Kingston was founded in 1673 where Lake Ontario runs into
the St Lawrence River, and served as Canada's first capital.
Renowned as the fresh-water capital of North America, Kingston
is a major port to cruise the famous Thousand Islands. The
`Limestone City' has developed a thriving artistic and
entertainment life and hosts several festivals each year. Other
points of interest include Fort Henry, a 19th century British
military fortress, as well as seventeen museums that showcase
everything from woodworking to military and technological
For submission details, see here [pdf].