The Fourth Symposium on 'Pathways to indefinite Lifespans' will take place in Larnaca, Cyprus on Saturday 21 May 2016.
More details to follow.
The Third Symposium on Pathways to Indefinite Lifespans
Organised by the ELPIs Foundation for Indefinite Lifespans, and the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute
Where: The House of Arts and Literature, Larnaca, Cyprus
When: Saturday 23 May 2015 from 0900 am to 5 pm local time
How: A combination of oral and remote online presentations
What: We will discuss biomedical and non-biomedical ways of abolishing ageing. Our aim is to discuss any ideas, hypotheses and suggestions regarding the total elimination of ageing and age-dependent degenerative pathology.
We will also celebrate a symbolic event, the 170th anniversary of the birth of the Russian/Ukranian scientist Elie Metchnikoff, who first used the term 'gerontology'. The celebrations will involve events at the Symposium and during the week preceding it.
The meeting is generously sponsored by
International Antiaging Systems
Programme 23 May 2015- (all timings are local)
09.00 Registration (free)
09.15 Introduction Marios Kyriazis, Yiannis Laouris, VIP
10.00 John Stewart, Melbourne, Australia: Intentional evolutionaries and the direction of evolution, (remote presentation)
10.20 Ilia Stambler, Bar Ilan University, Israel: The relation of Longevity Research and General Medicine - an Historical Overview
10.50 Alessandra Swiny, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Architecture at the University of Nicosia: Emergency Architecture. Design for ageing populations.
11.20 Manolis Stavrou, University of Cyprus: on Epigenetic regulation
11.50 Paul Mason, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, University of Sydney, Australia: Another stage of development: the vital role of degeneracy in healthy ageing (remote presentation)
12.30-13.30 Lunch break. Free lunch sponsored by International Antiaging Systems Ltd
13.30 Fofi Constantinidou, Center for Applied Neurosciences, University of Cyprus: Clinical cognitive neuroscience in ageing humans
14.00 Ioannis Lestas University of Cambridge: Control of large scale systems, gene regulatory networks
14.30 Luis Ramos, University of St Catarina, Brazil: Internet use improves survival in older adults (remote presentation)
15.00 Chariklia Tziraki, Eco Culture Medicine, Israel: Social Genomics
15.30 Discussion panel
For more details contact Marios Kyriazis email: email@example.com
or Ilia Stambler firstname.lastname@example.org,
or Yiannis Laouris email@example.com
The presentation slides of the Second Symposium 'Pathways to Indefinite Lifespans now available here (you may need to log in with your own details):
This has been organised by the ELPIs Foundation for Indefinite Lifespans, and the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute, in association with the University of Nicosia School of Life and Health Sciences, on 24 May 2014.
Programme of the 2014 Symposium
09 00 Marios Kyriazis, Introduction and setting the scene
09 30 Yiannis Laouris (Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute): Cybernetic concepts
10 00 Prodromos Philippou (Consultant Urological Surgeon, Apollonion Private Hospital): Hypogonadism and fertility
10 30 Atanu Chatterjee (Researcher, Complex Systems, Indian Institute of Technology): Self-organising systems, emergence
11 00 Kostandinos Voskarides (Molecular Medicine Research Center, University of Cyprus): Genetic elements in human evolution
11 30 Αndreas Pitsillides (Professor of Computer Science, University of Cyprus): Internet of Things
12 00 Discussion
12 30 Lunch Break (sponsored by International Antiaging Systems)
14 00 Shima Beigi (Faculty of Engineering, University of Bristol): Complex Adaptive Technical and Social Systems
14 30 Kyriakos Felekkis (Department of Life & Health Sciences, University of Nicosia) Small non-coding RNAs (microRNAs) in Ageing
15 00 Franco Cortese (Research Scientist, ELPIs Foundation for Indefinite Lifespans): Induced Cell Turnover
15 30 Joshua Mitteldorf (Evolutionary Biologist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology): Evolution in Ecosystems
16 00 Cadell Last (Evolutionary Scientist, The Global Brain Institute): The end of biological reproduction
16 30 Discussion
17 00 Close
* The complexity of human ageing
* Cutting-edge biomedical therapies* Cybernetic principles applied to longevity
The theory regarding ELPIs (Extreme Lifespans through Perpetual Equalising Interventions)www.elpistheory.info
A seminar on the Global Brain and HBI http://ecco.vub.ac.be/?q=node/167
The notion of noemes http://biologicalimmortality.
A paper discussing evolution, complexity and indefinite lifespans https://acrobat.com/#d=
The Evo Devo Universe Community: (http://evodevouniverse.com)
Lay essay discussing the role of reproduction in Radical Life Extension http://hplusmagazine.com/2013/11/26/sexuality-evolution-and-the-abolition-of-aging/
General information about the ELPIS approach http://hplusmagazine.com/2013/11/05/defying-aging-the-elpis-foundation-for-indefinite-lifespans/
A more technical paper elaborating on the exact mechanisms of cell immortalisation through a process of increased information input http://arxiv.org/abs/1306.2734
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