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rule110 stem cell: 

{ Alife Mutants' Hackingsession on Systems and Organisms }
 
06. - 13. march 2004
Bielefeld (Germany)

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progenitor cells: 

{ DEsign of COllective Intelligence }
 
07. - 11. august 2006
Amsterdam (Netherlands)

{ homepage | program | registration | present your material | organization | contest }

{ DE CO I 2007 }
 
20. - 24. august 2007
Amsterdam (Netherlands)

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{ DE CO I 2009 }
 
23. - 27. february 2009
Leiden (Netherlands)

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thanks:

  • Konrad, who has co-organized the first rule110 winter workshop, is now organizing DECOI 2006 in Amsterdam together with Martijn Schut and William Veerbeek.Thanks for keeping the rule 110 spirit alife!
  • We owe a big thank you to Stephen Wolfram, Todd Rowland and especially Sunita Harris from Wolfram Research for providing us with support and software for use at the first rule110 winter workshop.
  • Thanks to the Student Union of the University of Osnabrück for books to be included in the rule 110 fuzzylib.
  • Thank you Knut Mann, Jan Plathe, Udo Wächter, and Hauke Strasdat for providing us with additional notebooks.
  • Sabine Venker and the Haus Neuland team deserve our special gratitude for their hospitality!
  • Thank you Abdiel Caceres, Alan Roach, Andrei Kouznetsov, Andres Pegam, Carlo Comis, Carlos Gershenson, Carsten Wittenberg, Daniel Knabe, Genaro Martinez, Joana Simoes, Konrad Diwold, Martin Schmidt, Meike Aulbach, Miriam Kreyenborg and Udo Wächter - for making the first rule110 winter workshop an unforgettable experience.
  • and last but not least, an other big thank you to my friend and AMHSO-coorganizer Konrad Diwold!