Please find the amended program here. It is still subject to change as we are trying to accommodate all talks despite of delayed arrivals.
Many thanks for your support.
Important weather update,
We are closely monitoring a large storm that could impact the 10th EAI International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technology taking place on the Stevens Institute of Technology campus in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. Although it is still early, this storm is predicted to produce a substantial amount of snow in the Hoboken area on Tuesday, March 14 and possibly into Wednesday, March 15. Due to the potential winter storm, Stevens offices may close or delay opening on Wednesday, March 15 which could impact the start time of the conference. We will provide any updates as soon as they are available. Travel into the New York City metro area may also be impacted, so you are encouraged to check your transportation schedules for any weather related updates.
Please monitor your email for future updates.
BICT 2017 organizing team
10th EAI International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies (formerly BIONETICS)
Program announced! Click here.
The accepted papers from BICT'17 are invited to participate to the interactive Poster Session
For venue and Gala Dinner details, click here
We are pleased to announce our keynote, Prof. Jane Hillston - Professor of Quantitative Modelling in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.
- BICT 2015 proceedings published in ACM-DL
- Selected papers will be considered for publication in leading Journals:
- Check the best papers of last year's edition here
BICT 2017 aims to provide a world-leading and multidisciplinary venue for researchers and practitioners in diverse disciplines that seek the understanding of key principles, processes and mechanisms in biological systems and leverage those understandings to develop novel information and communications technologies (ICT). BICT 2017 targets two thrusts:
THRUST 1: Indirect Bioinspiration (ICT designed after biological principles, processes and mechanisms). Examples include evolutionary computation, artificial gene regulatory networks, neural networks/computation, swarm intelligence, cellular automata, artificial immune systems, amorphous computing, artificial life, artificial chemistry, reaction-diffusion computing, self-organization, chaotic systems, social networks, game theory, computational epidemics, agent-based modeling, and nature-inspired models and calculi.
THRUST 2: Direct Bioinspiration (ICT utilizing biological materials and systems). Examples include biosensing, molecular assembly, cellular computing, molecular computing/communication, membrane computing, bacterial computing/communication, DNA computing and memory, Physarum computing, quantum computing, biometric security/authentication, brain-computer interfaces and energy harvesting from biological sources.
BICT will feature the state-of-the-art keynote speeches, parallel technical sessions, focused special tracks, interactive demo/poster sessions, informative co-located workshops and entertaining social functions.