Graduate student Alyssa Adams authors new preprint on complexity in cellular automata!
Graduate student Alyssa Adams has a new preprint titled "Interacting Behavior and Emerging Complexity" that emerged from her work at the Wolfram Science Summer School. The paper aims to quantify the change in complexity due to evolutionary processes utilizing cellular automata as a toy model system with some intriguing results. Read the full preprint here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1512.07450
Paper "New Scaling Relation for Information Transfer in Biological Networks" published in J. Roy. Soc. Interface
A paper led by Emergence@ASU postdoctoral fellow Hyunju Kim and co-authored by Paul Davies and Sara Walker appears in the Dec. 23rd issue of J. Roy. Soc. Interface! Click the link below to see the full paper. (Preprint available here.)
Total Recall Double Feature!
Total Recall Double Feature: 1990 and 2012
Friday, December 11, 6:00 pm
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Colin Farrell, planetary scientists, astrobiologists, and legal scholars converge on Scottsdale for this night of film and conversation. Join us for back-to-back screenings of the modern science fiction classic Total Recall and presentations by ASU faculty who will link this thrilling tale of mistaken identities and Martian misadventures to their research.
A cash bar and concession stand will be available. The event will begin with presentations and Q+A with our speakers, then we will screen the 1990 and 2012 versions of Total Recall, in that order.
This is a free event. Tickets or reservations are not required.
More details are available at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
Sara Imari Walker