Mon. 9/28 @ 5pm (Coronado Ballroom) - Alyssa Adams "Open-Ended Evolution in a Deterministic Cellular Automata Universe"
Fri. 10/2 @ 11:30pm (Coronado Ballroom) - Hyunju Kim "The Informational Architecture of Biological Networks"
Fri. 10/2 @ 11:45pm (Coronado Ballroom) - Sara Walker "Self-referencing dynamical systems"
Origin of Life: A Problem for Complexity Science Schedule
(Satellite Session at CCS’15 http://www.ccs2015.org) Sept 30, 2015, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
8:30 am - Welcome: Life, Complexity and Physics
Paul Davies. Is Life A Cosmic Imperative?
9:00 am - 10:00 am -Part 1: Addressing Origin of Life as Problems for Complexity Science
Paul Cassell. Conceptual advances in origins of life research.
Michael Lachmann. Maybe we should apply biology to physics, not the other way round?
Coffee Break (10:20 am – 10:40 am)
10:40 am - 11:50 am - Part 2: Emergence of Living States from Evolution of Complexity
Cole Mathis. Emergence of Life As a First Order Phase Transition.
Eric Libby. Aggregative group formation in the transition to multicellularity.
Alyssa Adams. Implications of Open-Ended Evolution in a Deterministic Universe.
Lunch (12:10 pm – 1:10 pm)
1:10 pm - 2:00 pm - Part 3: Evolution of Metabolic Networks: from Organism to Community
Jason Raymond. On Metabolic Network Evolution.
Harrison Smith. The Evolution of Metabolic Communities: Computational Models and Empirical Results.
Coffee Break (2:20 pm – 2:40 pm)
2:40 pm 4:o0 pm- Part 4: Computation and Information of Biological Systems
James Crutchfield. Structural Thermodynamics of Agency.
David Wolpert. The free energy needed for computation: Implications for evolution.
Hyunju Kim. Bio from Bit: Information transfer distinguishes biological networks from random networks.
Closing: 4:20 pm - Origin of Life as Possible Answers for Complexity Science
Sara Walker. Towards a Mathematical Definition for the Transition from Non-Living to Living Matter.