Our Conference provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology.

Topics of Conference

The main topics include but will not be limited to: (Excellent surveying works in these areas are welcome, too.)

  • Hardware meeting Biology
  • Mathematics meeting Anatomy
  • Computing Evolution and Origin of Disease
  • Computing the Living System
  • Modelling the Cell
  • Biologically Inspired Computation
  • Computing Learning or Behaviour
  • Study of Intelligence
  • Architecture of Brain and Mind
  • Definition of Intelligence: requirement to manipulate the environment; creativity; common sense.
  • Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Systems
  • Molecular Biology Drug Discovery and Evolution
  • Linguistics and Genetics: parallels between languages and chemistry and what discoveries can these reveal.
  • The C value enigma: new algorithms or tactics that may discover putative function of DNA and of our cellular molecular machinery.
  • Can cybernetic principles and Shannon laws help Molecular Biology?
  • Complexity threshold in Genomics: measures to discover what is the complexity beyond which it becomes reasonable to apply Occam's Razor.
  • Macro and Micro Evolution: what impact has "species as the individual".
  • Modelling approaches: empirical science; reductionism and objections to reductionism; complex systems theory and emergence; taxonomic analysis; role of analogy in discoveries; chance discovery.
  • Cladistics : can we define mathematical existence and uniqueness; can we set any bounds on past and future evolution.
  • Revealing experimental techniques.
  • Challenges in Biometrics:
  • Beyond biostatistics. Can we reverse engineer and refine recognition algorithms from vast amounts of data using AI and "white-box" analysis?
  • Presentational issues and social guarantees.
  • Interaction; Communication and Databases:
  • Context Databases: capturing context; feelings; hidden or intended meaning in databases.
  • Socio-technical: design and usability challenges in the interaction between humans and their personal computational systems.
  • Bio Interaction: Interaction Technology between Bio Systems and Machines.
  • Medical records and knowledge accumulation: where to place and how to ensure their integrity.
  • Research on Learning, and Predicting Social Behaviour or Culture
  • How do we learn most effectively? Which situations are learned best by means of simple mental exercises; or by playing pac -man; and which require immersion in realistic virtual reality games?
  • "Composability" problem: in a quickly put together coalition each partner needs to guess the likely culture and behaviour of the other partner, what is the best strategy for doing this?
  • Psychology of human and machine
  • Instincts, goal setting, emotions and machine intelligence.
  • Plausible new devices to improve human life: e.g. fusion of wearable sensors and natural language processing for personal use in pattern matching during daily activities.
  • Forgotten technologies: resurrecting useful techniques lost in time.
Contact Information

If you have any question, please mail to Secretary of BSBT 2019 (stem@stemconferences.com).

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