Seminars 2013-2014

The Research group on Natural Computing (RGNC) organises weekly research seminars and reading group meetings open to the general public. Anyone interested in attending only needs to turn up.

The research seminar series consists of presentations given by members of the RGNC and international leading researchers on topics related (but not restricted) to Natural Computing and Computational Biology. Reading group meetings are normally organised every other week. They consist of informal meetings where a relevant research paper or book is presented and discussed. Tutorials on different subjects are also given during meetings of the reading group.

Research seminars and reading group meetings are held in room H1.50 at the ETSI Informática unless otherwise indicated.

Date Title Speaker
02-09-2014 Computational Modeling of the Giant Panda in Captivity at the GPBB with PDP systems Mario J. Pérez-Jiménez
Luis Valencia-Cabrera
18-06-2014 Phase Transitions in Combinatorial Optimization: a personal perspective Gabriel Istrate
16-06-2014 Algunos problemas computacionales en metagenómica
(y después, sesión especial: "Otra sesión de magia matemática")
Francesc Rosselló Llompart
16-06-2014 Indices filogenéticos de biodiversidad (no sólo) en metagenómica Francesc Rosselló Llompart
09-06-2014 Biología Programable: preguntas frecuentes de un informático Alfonso Rodríguez-Patón
27-05-2014 On Some Recent Efforts In Spiking Computations Francis G. Cabarle
12-05-2014 CERN: Acelera tu futuro (Hitchhiker's guide to CERN) Daniel H. Cámpora and Adrian Oeftiger
07-04-2014 Procesamiento de Biosecuencias Mediante Métodos de Inferencia Gramatical José M. Sempere
17-03-2014 On the Complexity of Parikh Membership Problems Oscar H. Ibarra
12-12-2013 Application of Fuzzy Reasoning Spiking Neural P Systems to Fault Diagnosis of Electric Power Systems Tao Wang (Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China)
12-12-2013 Solutions to Hard Computational Problems by Time-Free P Systems Bosheng Song (Huazhong University of Science & Technology, Wuhan, China)
05-12-2013 Solving SAT and STCON by Membrane Computing Techniques Zsolt Gazdag
05-12-2013 Attacking the P versus NP problem: seeking sharper frontiers of the efficiency in Tissue P systems Mario J. Pérez-Jiménez
21-11-2013 An introduction to split networks Francesc Rosselló Llompart

Seminar organisers: Miguel Ángel Martínez del Amor and Agustín Riscos Núñez

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