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Biowire Workshop (Day 1/2)

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June 11

9:00 Opening: Pietro Lio, Jon Crowcroft, and Tom McCutcheon

9:15 Jim Haselhoff (Univ. Cambridge)

Raymond Goldstein (Univ. Cambridge) Adaptive Flagellar Dynamics and the Fidelity of Multicellular Phototaxis

Peter Grassberger (JÜLICH ) Applications of Mutual Information: From Independent Component Analysis to Sequence Alignment

10:45 Coffee

11:00 Máté Lengyel (Univ. Cambridge) Self-organisation with a purpose: how the brain develops internal models of the world?

Charlotte K Hemelrijk (GRONINGEN) The self-organisation of flocks of starlings: a model

Andrea Perna (NANTES) Optimal insect networks. Or not

Danuta Makowiec (GDANSK University) Modeling of intercellular connections in the sinoatrial node 13:00 Lunch

14:30 Marco Dorigo (UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES ) About Swarm Intelligence and Swarm-bots

Mario Gerla (UCLA) Phero-Trail: a Bio-inspired approach to Mobile Underwater Sensing

Marco Cosentino-lagomarsino A basic model-system approach to cooperative biological fluid pumping

16:00 Coffee

16:15 Andreas Deutsch (TU DresdenN) Analyzing emergent behaviour in interacting cell systems with cellular automaton models

Sabine Hauert (EPFL)

Thorsten Strufe (TU Darmstadt) Optimizing Structured Peer-to-Peer Networks Based on their Local Motif-Signature

June 12

9:00 Jon Timmis (Univ. York)

Giuseppe Nicosia (Univ. Catania)

Falko Dressler (ERLANGEN) Feedback-based self-organized event detection in sensor networks

Nick Watkins (British Antarctic Survey) Links between novel communications and foraging?

10:45 Coffee

11:00 Paolo Arena (Univ. Catania) Prithwish Basu (BBN Technologies) Anna Lawniczak (GUELPH) Detection & Monitoring via Entropy of Macroscopic Effects of Anomalous Packet Traffic

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Tom Ziemke (SKÖVDE) Bruno Di Stefano (TORONTO) Agent-Based Model of Highway Traffic: Heuristics & Formal Rules Vasileios Pappas (IBM US) Charu Aggarwal (IBM US)

16:00 Close

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