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Swarm robotics can be defined as the study of how a swarm of relatively simple physically embodied agents can be contructed to collectively accomplish tasks that are beyond the capabilities of a single one. Different from other studies on multi-robot systems, swarm robotics emphasizes self-organization and emergence while keeping in mind the issues of scalability and robustness. These emphases promote the use of relatively simple robots, equipped with localized sensing abilities, scalable communication mechanisms and the exploration of decentralized control strategies.

This site will aim to compile information related to swarm robotics research.

Erol Sahin

Posted by levent on Friday, December 03 @ 00:49:03 EET (221 reads)

AAMAS'05 - Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems

The International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) is the leading international conference in the theory and practice of software agents. The conference attracts delegates from many different backgrounds; from those developing agent-based software products and services to those working in the theoretical foundations of the discipline. The AAMAS-05 conference will be held in July 2005 in Utrecht, the Netherlands, and will, for the first time, feature a track specifically intended for industrial participants: the AAMAS Industry Track. The industry track is being organised in cooperation with AgentLink, Europe's IST-funded coordination activity for autonomous agents and multi-agent systems (see http://www.agentlink.org).

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Posted by levent on Thursday, December 02 @ 23:32:53 EET (115 reads)

Call for Papers VIIIth European Conference on Artificial Life - ECAL 2005 5-9 September 2005 University of Kent, Canterbury, UK www.ecal2005.org

Painter: It is a pretty mocking of the life. Here is a touch; is't good?
Poet: I will say of it, It tutors nature: artificial strife Lives in these touches, livelier than life.

- Shakespeare, Timon of Athens, Act I, Scene 1.

Artificial Life seeks to understand, extract, use and abuse the organisational principles and information processing of natural living systems. Interdisciplinary by nature, it involves researchers in Computer Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, etc. The 8th European Conference on Artificial Life, to be held in Canterbury, England, in september 2005, wishes to gather all these communities to present the latest advances, through a technical track, and discuss the main directions for the future, through a conceptual track.

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Posted by erol on Wednesday, November 24 @ 00:17:21 EET (197 reads)

2005 IEEE Swarm Intelligence Symposium
June 8-10, 2005
The Westin Pasadena
Pasadena, California

Originating in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2003, this is the second in the series of IEEE International Symposia on Swarm Intelligence. This interdisciplinary meeting aims to bring together research communities of modelers, physicists, engineers, computer scientists, biologists, ecologists, and economists, within a broad definition of swarm intelligence, to present and discuss their latest results and trends in this burgeoning field.

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Swarm Robotics WS
(From Animals to Animats)
Workshop on Swarm Robotics July 17, 2004
Santa Monica, CA, USA
Organized by: Erol Sahin and William Spears

Post-proceedings of the workshop are being published within the State-of-the-art Survey Series of Springer (LNCS vol. 3342).

Presentation and videos from the workshop are available.

Photos from the workshop are available.

Issue on Swarm Robotics
Autonomous Robots
Special Issue on Swarm Robotics
Guest Editors: Marco Dorigo and Erol Sahin

Autonomous Robots, vol. 17(2-3), September 2004.

List of published papers available!

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