CFP IJCNN 2017 Workshop on 'Developmental Plasticity and Evolutionary Robotics', Anchorage, May 19, 2017 (Half day)

Friday, 17 February, 2017 - 12:15

Professor Ángel Pasqual del Pobil is one of the organizers of IJCNN 2017 Workshop on 'Developmental Plasticity and Evolutionary Robotics' that will take place in Anchorage, May 19.

The web page of the Wokshop is:

The program will be available soon.

Here you can read the Call for Papers:

You are kindly invited to contribute to the IJCNN 2017 Half day Workshop on 'Developmental Plasticity and Evolutionary Robotics' which will be held in Anchorage, on May 19, 2017 in conjunction with the 2017 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks:

This workshop will address the impact that developmental plasticity can have on evolutionary robotics from a multidisciplinary perspective. Given its fundamental role in driving diversification and speciation, this emerging and growing area of research can possibly contribute to a new paradigm in developmental and evolutionary robotics. We will discuss how developmental (phenotypic) plasticity can play a major role in emerging paradigms in evolutionary robotics. Recent progress in evolutionary biology suggests that the interplay between robotics research and the current understanding of the plasticity mechanisms underlying the development of living organisms is a very promising track to be followed. Interaction between the two fields is useful for both evolutionary robotics, which can take inspiration from biological solutions to engineering problems, and evolutionary biology, that can benefit from artificial emulation of biological mechanisms which can prove the validity of research hypothesis.

Read more here:

**** Submission CLOSED ****

Please send your abstracts to <>, as an attached PDF file. Please include [IJCNN_WS] in the subject

Important Dates:

April 2nd : Extended Abstract Submission Deadline.

April 10th, 2017: Notification of Acceptance.

March 12th : Abstract Submission Deadline.

March 20th, 2017: Notification of Acceptance.

Abstract Format: 1 to 2 pages, plus references, in two-column regular IJCNN paper format.

Accepted contributions will be presented at the workshop (15-min oral presentations)

More details at the website above (it will be kept updated)

**** Workshop format ****
The workshop will be organized in such a way as to generate fruitful discussions, it will consist of invited presentations (30 min. each) and regular presentations (15 min. each) with a significant amount of additional time for a panel discussion.

**** Proceedings ****
Proceedings will consist of accepted and invited contributions in final form, the conclusions resulting from the discussions, along with other relevant materials.

We look forward to your active participation

All the best
Angel and Fumiya

Angel P. del Pobil
Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Robotic Intelligence Laboratory
Jaume-I University, Castellon, Spain

Fumiya Iida
Department of Engineering
Bio-Inspired Robotics Laboratory
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK