2009

Workshops and Conferences Organized by the Center

  1. Plectic Systems Architecture and Complexity. Bartlett School of Architecture, London. February 12-13, 2009. M.M. Hanczyc.
  2. Second workshop on living technology. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark. June 9-11, 2009. S. Rasmussen.
  3. Second workshop on local and regional sustainability, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark. June 9-11, 2009. S. Rasmussen.
  4. Public Opening of the Initiative for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP). Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark. June 9-11, 2009.S. Rasmussen.
  5. What is the idea behind the Initiative for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP)? Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. November 9, 20009. S. Rasmussen.
  6. Workshop on joint US-SDU program development efforts within protocells and living technology. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico. USA. December 7-11, 2009. S. Rasmussen

Seminars at SDU organized by the Center

  1. Prof. Hiroaki Suga, Chemical Biology and Biotechnology Lab, The University of Tokyo, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST), Japan, “Ribosomal synthesis of exotic peptides via genetic code reprogramming and screening/selection of their drug candidates” (27.05.2009)
  2. PhD-student Bruce Damer, “The EvoGrid: A (proposed) dynamic physics simulation platform for self-organizing emergent phenomena and Digital Spaces: A ten year retrospective of open source 3D physics-based mission simulation for NASA”, (24.02.2009)
  3. Dr. Martin Hoffmann, Leipzig, Germany, “Noise-driven dynamics in heterogeneous cell populations” (08.06.2009)
  4. Dr. Felix Olasgasti “Lipid-assisted synthesis and replication of nucleic acids and electronic control of DNA polymerase function” (07.07.2009)
  5. Prof. Hans Joachim Ziock, Los Alamos National Laboratories, USA, “Scale issues and several routes for achieving zero CO2 emissions” (04.09.2009)
  6. Prof. Hans Joachim Ziock, Los Alamos National Laboratories, USA, “A new definition of information and information´s ties to life – is information impossible without life?” (04.09.2009)
  7. Prof. James M. Boncella, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, “The structure, bonding and reactivity of Bis(imido)Uranium(VI) complexes” (11.09.2009)
  8. Prof. John S. McCaskill, BioMIP, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, “Towards electronic chemical cells” (11.11.2009)