Final CfP: ALife XV

ALife XV: The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems will take place in Cancun, Mexico, on July 4-8, 2016. 

The deadline for paper and abstract submissions was extended to February 29th. This extension is final. All accepted contributions will be published by MIT Press as open online proceedings. There are two submission options: Full papers (8 pages) should report on new, unpublished work. Extended abstracts (2 pages) can report on previously published work, but offer a new perspective on that work. Submitted or novel work is also acceptable for abstracts.
Accepted works will be selected as oral or poster presentations.
Submissions can be made also for a Special Session on ALife and Society. The Call for Artworks is out. Accepted Workshops and Tutorials will be announced soon.
We are happy to announce that our keynote speakers cover a wide variety of topics and include Randall BeerEzequiel Di PaoloStuart KauffmanFrancisco C. SantosLinda Smith and Antonio Lazcano. We are also honored to have an artistic premier by Ken Rinaldo, whose artworks have extensively explored the intersection of life and technology.

Important dates:

Submission of papers or abstracts: February 14th 29th, 2016
Notifications: March 25th, 2016
Camera-ready versions April 24th, 2016

Details of submissions at:
Early-bird membership registration is already available (until April 10th). You can find registration costs and more information about the event at 
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