Biology has served as inspiration for Computer Science in recent years, given that biological systems tend to be adaptive, reactive, and distributed. Thus, bio-inspired computing is a multi-disciplinary field devoted to studying complex problems using computational methods modeled after design principles encountered in nature. This way, novel and unconventional solutions are accomplished to tackle current challenges in science.
This session aims at examining different solutions to complex problems using nature inspired approaches, and their interplay with cutting-edge technology in High Performance Computing. We invite researchers and scientists in this area to participate and contribute to this event and we welcome their works.
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The BICAS Session topics include (but are not limited to) the following:
Bio-inspired parallel and distributed algorithms
Natural parallelism and concurrency in computing
Biological systems, computing and informatics
Bio-inspired hardware, software and design
Biologically inspired distributed systems and networks
Self-Organization, evolution and adaptation
Neurocomputing and Neuromorphic Computing
Bio-inspired modeling of real-life phenomena and its simulation