COST Chemobrionics Workshop at ALIFE 2021
Time & Location
About The Event
The European COST Action Chemobrionics aims to link research groups to stimulate new, innovative and high-impact interdisciplinary scientific research on chemobrionics. It focuses on self-organizing precipitation processes, such as chemical gardens forming biomimetic micro- and nano-tubular forms. The main theme of the proposed workshop “Chemobrionics” at the virtual conference on artificial life ALIFE 2021 will be to explore, quantify and understand non-equilibrium chemical systems, namely in the context of origin of life and artificial life.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers interested in chemobrionics and wet artificial life, namely chemists, physicists, biologists, engineers. Further, it is expected that computer scientists performing mathematical simulations of life-like phenomena in chemical systems and experts from robotic field that build the platforms for laboratory experiments automatization will participate as well.
- Wet artificial life
- Origin of life
- Messy chemistry
- Chemical garden
- Complex system
- Nonlinear physics
- Jitka Čejková, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic, email: email@example.com
- Geoff Cooper, School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, email: Geoff.Cooper@glasgow.ac.uk
- Erik Hughes, University of Birmingham, UK, email: E.A.B.Hughes@bham.ac.uk
- Tan Phat Huynh, Åbo Akademi University, Finland, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions are welcome as far as the submitted content is relevant to the topic of the workshop. Contributions may be original or already published.
Submit your abstract to email@example.com
- Abstract submission closing: 16 May, 2021
- Notification: 20 June, 2021
- Workshop day: TBA (week 19 -23 July, 2021)
The abstracts of accepted contributions will be made available on this workshop website.
Presenting workshop participants should register at the entire ALIFE 2021 conference.
There will be free-tickets for non-presenting participants.
COST Action Chemobrionics participants: ITC Conference Grants provide support for conference participation of PhD students and ECI researchers from participating Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) - for more details how to apply for financial support to cover the full ALIFE 2021 conference fee see Grant page or contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(with courtesy of Stéphane QUERBES)