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ECCS'09 Outline Programme

Monday 21- Friday 25 September 2009, University of Warwick, UK

 

For the programme as a single file including abstracts see here: programme.pdf (Last updated 20 Sept. 2009).

Use the CSS programme wiki to upload slides of your presentation and add comments.

For an up to date version of the Track schedules click on the links on the left.

 

  Monday 21.09 Tuesday 22.09 Wednesday 23.09 Thursday 24.09 Friday 25.09
08:15 Registration opens
       
09:00-10:00 Welcome address
Plenary session#1 (MS.02)
Tony Prescott - Feeling it. Exploring brain complexity through active touch in animals and robots
(09:00-10:20)
Plenary session #3 (MS.02)
Michael Batty - Evolution, Cities and Planning: Exemplars from the Sciences of Complexity
Parallel Satellite Meetings* Parallel Satellite Meetings Plenary session #6 (MS.02)
Peter Deuflhard -
Medical Simulation Challenges Mathematical Modelling
10:00-10:30 Coffee (10:20-10:50) - 'The Street'
Coffee - 'The Street' Coffee - 'The Street' Coffee - 'The Street' Coffee - 'The Street'
10:30-12:30 Parallel Track session*
(10:50-12:30)
Parallel Track sessions* Parallel Satellite Meetings * Parallel Satellite Meetings

Parallel Track sessions

12:30-14:00 Lunch - 'The Street' Lunch - 'The Street' Lunch - 'The Street' Lunch - 'The Street'

DigiLab Tour
Lunch - 'The Street/DigiLab'

14:00-16:00

Parallel Track session*

Parallel Track sessions* Parallel Satellite Meetings* Parallel Satellite Meetings Funding Opportunities
Plenary discussion
16:00-16:30 Poster session + Tea - 'The Street'
Poster session + Tea - 'The Street'

Poster session + Tea - 'The Street'

Poster session + Tea - 'The Street'

Tea (15:45-16:20) - 'The Street'

16:30-17:00

Parallel Satellite Meetings*
17:00-18:40

Parallel Satellite Meetings
16:30-18:00

Plenary session #7 (MS.02)
(16:20-17:00)
Alfonso Jaramillo
- Towards the automatic design of biological systems with targeted function

Poster Prize

Plenary session #8 (MS.02)
(17:20-18:00)
Robert MacKay - Space-time Phases and the Mathematics of Emergence

Closing remarks

17:00-18:00 Plenary session #2 (MS.02)
Dirk Helbing - Cooperation, Norms and Revolutions: a unified Game-Theoretical Approach

Plenary session #4 (MS.02)
Michael Dawson - The Ever-Changing Sea: Physico-Biological Systems Still Eluding Prediction

18:00-19:00 Dinner @ Rootes Rest.
(18:00-19:30)
Plenary session #5 (MS.02)
Nigel Gilbert - Middle range models: modelling real world social processes
EPSRC showcase poster session + Reception
 
19:00-

Public Event on Global Challenges
(19:30-21:30)

Please be aware that the ECCS'09
Public Scientific Discussion is being
filmed by the University of Warwick's
Digital Press team with the intention
of publishing the event on the
University's Website and other academic
digital channels such as
"Warwick on iTunesU" and "YouTubeEdu"

Dinner @ Rootes Rest.
(19:00-20:30)

20:30-22:00
Council Meeting
Rootes Building

Springer Reception
Conference Dinner
Panorama Room - Rootes Building
(19:00-22:00)

After Dinner Talk Ian Stewart -
What the Frog's Eye Tells the Mouse's Ear

Dinner @ Rootes Rest.
(19:00-20:30)

20:00-21:30
ECCS Committee Meeting
 

* GENESYS Workshop runs on Monday/Tuesday as the Track Sessions and on Wednesday as the Satellite Meetings in room B3.02

 

for organizers: rooms