SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10TH
10AM: Zach Adam, opening remarks
Sophia Roosth, "Life is not a natural kind"
Yi Ruiqin and M. Aono, "Production of water-alternative solvents and informational polymers by radioactive minerals on the Hadean Earth"
Masashi Aono, "Amoeba-inspired computing: Chemical reaction as solution searching"
Deblina Sarkar, " Brainstorming technologies for solving the brain"
Song-Ju Kim, " Natural Intelligence: Harnessing the computational power of physical phenomena"
Makoto Naruse, "Decision making by photonics'"
Yasuhiro Suzuki, "Harness nature for computing"
Betül Kaçar, “The Ribosome: The oldest biological processor”
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11TH
10AM: Lining Yao, "Computing physical materials"
Zach Adam, "Geologic conditions ripe for natural automata"