Artificial Life Lab

Artificial Life Lab gathers M.Sc. and Ph.D. students interested in the following topics:

  • modeling and simulation of life phenomena
  • directed and non-directed evolution and co-evolution
  • origins of speciation and communication
  • evolutionary design and evolutionary robotics
  • development of efficient genetic representations
  • artificial perception and cognition
  • measures of intelligence and consciousness

Meetings are usually held in room 1.6.20 (BT) on Mondays 15:00-16:40. Email Maciej Komosinski if you are interested in these topics and would like to join the group, perform experiments or get involved in research.

Here is a list of our sample topic-specific publications.

Researchers involved in Artificial Life Lab teach Biologically-inspired computing, Artificial life and artificial intelligence, Modeling of sensory and perceptual processes, Machine learning and neural networks, Human-computer interaction, and optimization.