call for papers

Original papers are solicited in all areas of unconventional computation. Papers dealing with theory as well as with experiments and applications are welcome.

Typical, but not exclusive, topics are:

- Amoeba-based computing
- Analogue computation
- Ant networks
- Algorithmic cooling
- Cellular automata
- Church-Turing thesis
- Cornerstones of the halting problem
- Diophantine equations
- Dynamic system computing
- Ergodic system computing
- Evolutionary computation
- Genetic networks
- Immune networks
- Molecular computing
- Nanocomputing
- Natural Computing
- Neural computing
- Non-standard lambda-calculus and logics
- Optical computing
- P systems
- Reaction-diffusion computing
- Self-assembly
- Tiles
- Quantum computing
- Quantum protocols
- Unconventional Turing machines (infinite-time, relativistic, bio, etc.)
- Undecidability in physical theories