This workshop will bring together researchers interested in the automatic
design of coordinated behaviors in decentralized collective systems,
putting the emphasis on evolutionary robotics techniques. The goal of this
workshop is to provide an updated perspective of this field, both from a
theoretical and practical perspective, and to consider different areas of
applicability for such techniques including design for engineering and
modeling for biology.
This workshop encourages collaboration between researchers already present
at GECCO, or in other similar venues such as the Artificial Life
conferences, which are not always present at the same conference. As for
GECCO, this workshop is of particular relevance to participants of the
Complex System track.
- collective and swarm robotics
- social behaviors (cooperation, division of labor)
- embodied evolution
- social learning
- real-world applications
14h05: Keynote talk: Vito Trianni (ICST-CNR, Rome) "Few rules to make
evolution an intelligent design method"
14h45: Spotlight: "Incorporating User Feedback in Embodied Evolution" - M.
Kemeling, E. Haasdijk.
14h57: Spotlight: "Phylogeny of Embodied Evolutionary Robotics" - A.
15h09: Spotlight: "Validation of a Learning and Evolving Robot Swarm" - R.
Munk, E. Hart, B. Paechter.
15h21: Spotlight: "Evolving Robot Swarm Behaviors by Minimizing Surprise:
Results of Simulations in 2-d on a Torus" - R. Borkowski, H. Hamann.
15h33: Spotlight: "Benefits of Proportionate Selection in Embodied
Evolution: a Case Study with Behavioural Specialization" - N. Bredeche,
J.-M. Montanier, S. Carrignon.
15h45: Closing remarks
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