ACALCI features international research in Artificial Life (AL) and Computational Intelligence (CI) and aims at becoming an exciting forum for innovative, emerging, cross-disciplinary and sometimes exotic ideas associated with the computational and algorithmic concepts underlying living and intelligent systems. The focus is on software-based and agent-based forms of artificial life but may also include computational aspects of synthetic life. Artificial life concepts can occur on sub-cellular, cellular, cell assembly/network, organism, or society levels.
What: Australasian Conference on Artificial Life and Computational Intelligence (ACALCI)
When: 5 – 7 February 2015
Where: The University of Newcastle Conservatorium of Music, Newcastle, Australia