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*I**nvitation to participate in BRIICS 2009 - The first British
Robotics and Immune-Inspired Computing Symposium*
The IMA Research Group, School of Computer Science, University of
Nottingham is pleased to announce that BRIICS 2009 will be held at the
Jury's Inn, Nottingham, UK between Sunday 10th and Monday 11th May.
The workshop aims to bring together the fields of robotics and
artificial immune systems (AIS), and is targeted at researchers working
in either field or both. The parallel programme will consist of
networking exercises, research presentations, tutorials, keynote
speeches, discussions and a quiz. Delegates have the choice to attend
either the robotics or AIS sessions, although many activities bring both
Registration for the symposium is free and is on a
first-come-first-served basis and spaces are limited. If you would like
to register please visit the BRIICS 2009 website at:
where you can download a registration form. Once complete this can be
emailed to info@... <mailto:info@...> or posted to:
School of Computer Science
University of Nottingham
NG8 1BB, UK
Please respond by 1st April 2009.
If you require further information please email briics@...
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