Conference - Newport Pagnell, United Kingdom
Theo Murphy international scientific meeting organised by Dr Viv Kendon, Professor Susan Stepney and Dr Angelika Sebald.
Current computational theory deals almost exclusively with single models: classical, neural, analogue, quantum, etc. In practice, researchers use ad hoc combinations, realising only recently that these can be fundamentally more powerful than the individual parts. This meeting brings together theorists and practitioners of various types of computing, to engage in combining the individual strengths to produce powerful new heterotic devices.
Organization: The Royal Society
(Courtesy of Hybrid Computational Devices, via nascenceproject.blogspot.com)
Thu, Nov 07, 2013 - Fri, Nov 08, 2013
The Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, United Kingdom
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