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Unconventional Computation: 10th International Conference, UC 2011, Turku, Finland, June 6-10

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The 10th International Conference on Unconventional Computation, UC 2011, was organized under the auspices of EATCS and Academia Europaea, by the Department of Mathematics of the University of Turku (Turku, Finland), and the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (Auckland, New Zealand). The event was held in Turku, Finland, during June 6–10, 2011. The conference venues were the Calonia and Arcanum buildings of the university.

The city of Turku was founded in the thirteenth century, which makes it the oldest town in Finland. For centuries, it remained the capital of Finland, until 1812 when the capital was moved to Helsinki. Turku is situated by the Baltic Sea and surrounded by one of the largest and most beautiful archipelagoes of the world. The archipelago consists of thousands of small islands and provides a unique and spectacular natural environment for travelers to enjoy. Turku was European Capital of Culture in 2011, and many cultural events were organized in the city throughout the year, also during the Unconventional Computation conference.

The International Conference on Unconventional Computation (UC) series is devoted to all aspects of unconventional computation theory as well as experiments and applications. Typical, but not exclusive, topics are: natural computing including quantum, cellular, molecular, membrane, neural, and evolutionary computing, as well as chaos and dynamical system-based computing, and various proposals for computational mechanisms that go beyond the Turing model. The first venue of the Unconventional Computation Conference (formerly called Unconventional Models of Computation) was Auckland, New Zealand, in 1998. Subsequent sites of the conference were Brussels, Belgium, in 2000, Kobe, Japan, in 2002, Seville, Spain, in 2005, York, UK, in 2006, Kingston, Canada, in 2007, Vienna, Austria, in 2008, Ponta Delgada, Portugal, in 2009, and Tokyo, Japan, in 2010.

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