The 10th International Conference on Guided Self-Organization takes place during 12-13 December 2022 in Auckland, New Zealand. GSO-2022 is organized jointly by the Te Pûnaha Matatini (Centre for Complex Systems) at The University of Auckland, the Centre for Complex Systems at The University of Sydney, and The International Association for Guided Self-Organization (TIA-GSO).
The GSO-2022 conference will bring together invited experts and researchers in artificial life, self-organizing systems, and complex adaptive systems, with particular emphasis on critical phenomena and emergent behaviour. Special topics of interest include: origin of life, systems biology, physics of life, unconventional computation, swarm intelligence, measures of complexity, criticality, complex networks, information-driven self-organization (IDSO), etc.
- Mike Steel, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
- Susan Stepney, University of York, UK
- Sara I. Walker, Arizona State University, USA
- Peter Wills, University of Auckland, New Zealand
If interested in participating, send an extended abstract (two pages, pdf) by June 30th, 2022, by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (with subject line: GSO-2022 submission). The notifications are expected by July 31st, 2022. Authors of accepted submissions will present the content at the conference. In some exceptional cases, for example, due to travel constraints, the presentations may be delivered online. A special journal issue will follow (as has been the case for previous GSO events), in Entropy journal, a free media partner of GSO-2022.