Goal: Similarly to the previous editions, the goal is to gather together researchers interested in Membrane Computing (theory and applications), for exchanging ideas, problems, solutions, for working together, in a friendly framework. Only invited talks and short and provocative presentations will be scheduled in the rst days, then the time will be mainly devoted to joint work. Those interested in having such presentations should send an email to Agustín Riscos-Núñez. (firstname.lastname@example.org) some days before the meeting. The participants are strongly encouraged to circulate open problems and research proposals over the Internet (e.g., posting the problems in the Vienna P systems web page).
Dates: 30th January, 2012 (Monday) - 3rd February, 2012 (Friday)
Proceedings: As usual, about two months after the meeting a pre-proceedings volume will be published as a research report of the RGNC. A selection of final papers will be published in a special issue of a journal ,as it was the case with the first eight editions: Natural Computing 2(3) 2003, New Generation Computing 22(4) 2004, Journal of Universal Computer Science 10(5) 2004, Soft Computing 9(9) 2005, International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science 17(1) 2006, Theoretical Computer Science 372(2) 2007, Fundamenta Informaticae 87(1) 2008, International Journal of Unconventional Computing 5(5) 2009, International Journal of Computers, Communication & Control 4(3) 2009, Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology 13(2) 2010 and International Journal of Natural Computing Research 2(3) 2011. Nine of these journals are indexed in the JCR.
Registration: In order to register the participants should email Ana María Ruiz (email@example.com). A registration fee of 75 euros will be requested on arrival at the registration desk. This will cover workshop materials, coffee breaks, lunch, social dinner and proceedings. Several accommodation options are listed on the webpage of the BWMC'12 (keep tuned at http://www.gcn.us.es/icdmc2012_accommodation).
Conference Location: Sevilla is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. An explosion of colour and contrast: flamenco, bullfighting, and a lively atmosphere in the streets due to the open and friendly nature of its people. The river Guadalquivir, the Giralda, the Cathedral and the Golden Tower are all places full of magic where the visitor can feel the spirit of a city which is eternally romantic.
Download the CfP (Call for Participation) of the 10th BWMC here.
Links to previous editions, here