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LINGUIST List 22.1630

Tue Apr 12 2011

Calls: Computational Linguistics/ Cognitive Computation Journal (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Danniella Hornby <daniellalinguistlist.org>

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        1.     Nathaniel Bobbitt , Cognitive Computation Journal

Message 1: Cognitive Computation Journal
Date: 09-Apr-2011
From: Nathaniel Bobbitt <flautabajahotmail.com>
Subject: Cognitive Computation Journal
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Full Title: Cognitive Computation Journal

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 16-May-2011

Pointing at Boundaries: Integrating Computation and Cognition on Biological

Spurred by the advancement in synthetic biology (Gibson et al., 2010) at
the J. Craig Venter Research Institute the editors of Cognitive Computation
Journal (Springer Publishers) invite submissions to a special issue on
biological substrates as a computational diaphragm. This topic leads to
further research questions on computation and the bio-signals produced by
living organisms.

We anticipate submissions will contribute to the identification of a new
breed of technologies: 1.) bio-computing applications (synthetic biology);
2.) chemical/microbial induced biological configurations; 3.) enhancing
cognition and animal models; and 4.) neuroengineering sensory circuits and
clinical/biomedical research. This special issue will provide a forum for
interdisciplinary discussion that points towards the next step in cognition
and computing through the excitability of biological substrates.

Authors are invited to submit unpublished research, original position
papers, or literature reviews that address challenges unique to
bio-inspired computation. Relevant areas of investigation and
expertise include, but are not limited to: 

- synthetic biology, systematic biology, soft-computing

- computation theory (membrane, natural, quantum, or evolutionary) 

- linguistic or philosophic barriers to bio-computing 

- bio-nanotechnology, computational biology, computational linguistics

- bio-optics: quorum sensing, bio-markers, molecular probes 

- neurobiology, gene regulation, neural circuits 

- neural signal transduction, neurotransmitters 

- neuroimaging, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology 

- mirror neurons, neuropsychology, theory of mind, simulation theory 

- swarm intelligence, theory of intelligence, consciousness 

Deadline: May 16, 2011


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