Self-organization terms the emergence of globally structured behavior from simple local interactions. Self-organizatory phenomena occur throughout a broad range of systems, ranging from fluid dynamics, or molecular self-assembly (leading to the "origins of life") in the microscopic world, to macroscopic phenomena such as collective behavior of insects or earthquake interactions. Moreover, the understanding of self-organizatory mechanisms has very concrete applications in designing robotic systems or analysis of traffic jams.
The post-docs and students of the Institute of Science and Technology Austria cordially invite you to the 4th Young Scientist Symposium entitled:
on Friday May 8, 2015, 9am to 6pm
at IST Austria
The one-day multidisciplinary event will encompass six general talks and a panel discussion on diverse topics, including biology, physics, and computer science. Confirmed speakers are:
Patricia Bassereau (Institut Curie)
Eli Ben-Naim (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Eberhard Bodenschatz (MPI-DS Göttingen)
Jean-Louis Deneubourg (Université libre de Bruxelles)
Georg Martius on behalf of Ralf Der (MPI-MIS Leipzig)
William F. Martin - cancelled (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)
Please register here for free by May 1.
The event is organized entirely by young scientists, and open to academics at all stages of their career. We encourage other young scientists to attend this event and take part in the discussion.
The IST Austria Young Scientist Symposium 2015 is sponsored by:
|Co-funded by the European Union|