The Ochestration of Informed Matter
Dr. Klaus-Peter Zauner
The Southampton University, UK
2005. 9. 27
301-520, 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Self-organising processes ranging from self-assembly to growth and development will play a central role in mimicking the high integration density of nature's information processing architectures in artificial devices. Structure-function self-consistency will be key to the spontaneous generation of functional architectures that can harness novel molecular and nano materials in an effective way for increased computational power.
At present we largely lack an engineering methodology appropriate to implement systems that employ informed matter as computing substrate. This presentation will discuss the challenges standing in the way of such a technology and outline potential approaches to overcome the difficulties.
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