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Send in the Bots

From ASSISI | bf blog: This recent article reviews past and current research projects that are focussed on bio-mimicry, bio-mimetics and bio-hybrid societies that consist of animals and robots. While not especially concerned with the project ASSISI_bf itself, several highly

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Evolution of Spatial Pattern Formation

New Asissi | bf blog post. At the ECAL 2013 (12th European Conference on Artificial Life) conference in Taormina, Italy, Payam Zahadat (Karl-Franzens University Graz) presented a poster with the title ” Evolution of Spatial Pattern Formation by Autonomous Bio-Inspired

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Online evolution in multirobot systems

ASSISI | bf blog post In robotics, biological systems have provided an outstanding source of inspiration. In particular, Darwin’s theory of evolution has inspired researchers to study abstractions of natural evolution termed evolutionary algorithms to optimise the parameters of robotic

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ASSISI | bf present @ Living Machines, London 2013

ASSISI | bf organised a workshop on bio-hybrid societies and bio-hybrid systems at the Living Machines conference in London, 2nd of August, 2013. At this workshop titled “Emergent social behaviours in bio-hybrid systems” was held at Imperial College London. It

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ASSISI | bf exhibition

On the 5th of July ASSISI | bf opened an exhibition at the “Haus der Wissenschaften” in Graz, Austria. There they presented the winner logo of their Logo contest and the project ASSISI_bf. In order to demonstrate the swarm algorithms

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Thomas Schmickl Interview

Thomas Schmickl

Interview with Thomas Schmickl from FET FoCAS on Vimeo. Thomas is coordinator of the ASSISI | bf Project. He is currently affiliated as associate professor at the Department for Zoology at the University of Graz (Austria). In this lab, he

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Introduction to ASSISI | bf

Twenty20 presentation by Thomas Schmickl. With Audio. From the FoCAS Inter-project meeting, Barcelona, June 2013.

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