Artificial Life Lab

Artificial Life Lab

The Artificial Life Lab is an interdisciplinary group of researchers who specialize in swarm intelligence in all its facets. “We study the behavior of living social organisms, for example, honeybees and fish shoals. Based on that data, we distill mathematical models of these systems that are then translated into swarm intelligent algorithms, pattern-forming algorithms, morphogenetic algorithms, and self-regulatory algorithms. Often, we then embody these models and algorithms in the form of autonomous technological artifacts: robot swarms and self-reconfigurable modular robots. Recently, bringing together living organisms and autonomous robots has become a cornerstone research track at our interdisciplinary lab of biologists, computer scientists, engineers, physicists, and material designers.”

Artificial Life Lab
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz / Universitätsplatz 2

8010 Graz
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