Andy Adamatzky


Andy will summarise his research on Physarum polycephalum (slime mould) and how it can help us rethink computer and city networks.


Andy (Andrew) Adamatzky is a Professor in the department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies and Director of the Unconventional Computing Lab, University of the West of England. He has published extensively in theory of computation, cellular automata and mathematical machines, parallel computing, living technologies, organic electronics, and bio-inspired computing. He has authored several books, including Identification of Cellular Automata, Computing in Nonlinear Media, Reaction Diffusion Computers, Dynamics of Crowded Minds, Physarum Machines and edited over 25 collections of chapters. He is founding editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cellular Automata and Journal of Unconventional Computing and editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems, and Parallel Processing Letters.


Unconventional Computing
Twitter: @andy_adamatzky

Date of publication

Wed 30 Aug 2017