University of Manchester, 6-8 July 2009
A 3-day meeting exploring how physicists can contribute to the biological, economic and social sciences, aimed principally at graduate students and established physicists who are interested in learning about these novel applications.
On each day there will be a different theme, with one introductory lecture, three research talks, and ending with an overview lecture summarising the state of the subject, giving perspectives on current research and looking to the future.
The talks will be 50 minutes plus 10 minutes of questions.
All talks will be held in the Niels Bohr Common Room in the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester, M13 9PL, UK
More information from: http://www.theory.physics.manchester.ac.uk/complexitymeeting/
The meeting is essentially free, i.e. $5 day registration (compulsory) but you get lunch for that!