[robotics-worldwide] 2nd CfP Evolutionary Intelligence Journal - Special Issue On Evolutionary Robotics

Evert Haasdijk e.haasdijk at vu.nl
Mon Sep 9 05:08:01 PDT 2013


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      EVOLUTIONARY INTELLIGENCE - SPECIAL ISSUE ON EVOLUTIONARY ROBOTICS
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                                Call for Papers

Evolutionary Robotics researches the application of evolutionary computation
techniques to automatically design the controllers and/or morphology of
autonomous robots, real or simulated. This is by nature a multi-faceted
field
that combines approaches from other fields such as neuro-evolution,
evolutionary
design, artificial life, robotics, et cetera.
In spring 2014, Evolutionary Intelligence will publish a special issue on
Evolutionary Robotics.

We welcome submissions concerning state-of-the-art research in the area of
evolutionary robotics. Topics include but are not limited to:

 - Evolution for single, collective and modular robotics;
 - Evolution of robot morphology;
 - Evolution of (neural) robot controllers;
 - Co-evolution of hardware/morphology and controller;
 - Evolutionary robotics in artificial life;
 - Open-ended evolution in robotics;
 - Evolution of collective behaviour;
 - Evolutionary self-assembly and self-replication;
 - Evolution, development and learning;
 - Competitive co-evolution.

Details of the journal can be found online:

               http://www.springer.com/engineering/journal/12065

The deadline for submissions:
                                 Oct 15, 2013

Contact
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If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact one of the special issue
guest
editors:

Nicolas Bredeche    nicolas.bredeche at isir.upmc.fr
Gusz Eiben            a.e.eiben at vu.nl
Evert Haasdijk        e.haasdijk at vu.nl
Stefano Nolfi           stefano.nolfi at istc.cnr.it

Or check the Special Issue website at:

                 http://www.few.vu.nl/~ehaasdi/evinevorob


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