MFCS'98 Workshop on Molecular Computing
A Satellite Workshop to MFCS'98
August 24-26, 1998, Brno, Czech Republic
To exchange ideas, to discuss new approaches, results, problems,
focusing on theoretical issues (on mathematical foundations) of
DNA Computing |
Any theoretical computer science direction of research on the possible
use of DNA (or of other bio-molecules) as a support for computation,
mathematical tools used and mathematical problems arising in this
area: computing by annealing, by splicing, by insertion-deletion, etc;
automata and language theory approaches, complexity, distributed
computing, etc; candidate problems to be solved by DNA computing, etc.
Invited talks will be given by Marek Karpinski (Bonn) and
Andris Ambainis (Berkeley).
Authors are invited to send |
Preliminary proceedings containing the extended abstracts
in the form of a technical report will be
available at the workshop. No special
versions of accepted papers will be required - however, authors can submit
a new version of their paper if they find appropriate.
The final form of the selected papers will be published in a special issue of a
journal, after a peer reviewing process.|
The workshop will be organised at the same place as the federated CSL/ MFCS'98 conference and care will be taken that participants of the workshop can attend invited talks of CSL/MFCS conferences.
No special registration fee will be required for participants
who also register for the CSL/MFCS'98 conference. A registration only for
workshop will be also possible - expenses for fee, accommodation, and basic
meals will be very modest.
Submission: May 25, 1998|
Notification: June 15, 1998