BICT 2015 New York Conference

And here we go for another conference. Following the paper A Model For Foraging Ants, Controlled By Spiking Neural Networks And Double Pheromones another work on Designing Behaviour in Bio-inspired Robots Using Associative Topologies of Spiking-Neural-Networks with Cristian Jimenez-Romero and Jeffrey Johnson is going to be presented at the BICT 2015 conference (both a talk and a poster, not bad, not bad).

Meanwhile, I’ll be in Portugal at Covilhã chairing a session on riverfront research at the IECUBI 2015 conference and presenting a paper on the Random-Walk Connectivity of the plans for the reconstruction of Lisbon in the aftermath of the 1755 earthquake. Not my usual line of work this historical one, but probably one of the lines I enjoy the most.