The Emerging Researchers in Artificial Life (ERA) is the official student, post-doc, and junior researcher group for the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL). The purpose of the ISAL student group is to provide opportunities for students and post-docs interested in artificial life to interact with each other, develop professionally, and contribute to the broader artificial life community.
This workshop will be held as part of the 2023 Conference on Artificial Life. The workshop will be hybrid, supporting both those attending the conference virtually and those physically in Japan. The goal of this workshop is to provide a venue for junior researchers to meet, share their work, and network.
Sign up for a lightning talk slot and/or to participate in academic karaoke by emailing us at email@example.com or reaching out to us on the Discord!
You do not need to commit to a topic for your lightning talk in order to sign up for a speaking slot. We don’t need to know your topic until you present! If you do know what you’d like to talk about, however, we’ll post the topic/description here.
We should have time for roughly 10 speaking slots split between lightning talks and academic karaoke (allocation depending on interest). Sign-ups are first-come, first-serve, so feel free to sign up as early as you’d like! We will be accepting sign-ups up until the time of the workshop or until all slots have been filled.
If you have any questions feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out on the Discord (link below!).
|1||Nanako Shimaoka||Soft robot design based on coevolution of morphology, material and control||shimaoka.nanako.x1 (at) s.mail.nagoya-u.ac.jp|
|2||Georgina Montserrat Reséndiz-Benhumea||The Clash of Agents’ Worlds: A 4E Cognition Perspective on Social Ontogeny||gmontserb (at) comunidad.unam.mx|
|3||Thomas Willkens||ADDRESSA: Visualizing and Analyzing Evolutionary Trajectories of Graph-Structured Data||twillkens (at) brandeis.edu|
|4||Stavros Anagnou||The effect of noise on the emergence of norms and its evolutionary dynamics||s.anagnou (at) herts.ac.uk|
|5||Ryan Boldi||The emergence of diversity||rbahlousbold (at) umass.edu|
|4+||Potential walk-ons, depending on time|
It’s easiest to reach us on the ERA Discord server! Communication about this workshop will likely be in the #conference channel.
Otherwise, you can direct questions to us at email@example.com.
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