The Adaptive Systems Research Group is a multidisciplinary research group at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, ranging into Biology, Artificial Life, Cognitive Science, Psychology, Social Science, to Complex and Collective Systems, as well as Mathematics and Physics of Cognitive Systems. The successes of biological systems, their adaptivity and versatility is unsurpassed. The Adaptive Systems Research Group aims to study the principles that constitute the success of these systems and to harness the principles for a wide range of applications.

Having been co-founded by Prof. Kerstin Dautenhahn and Prof. Chrystopher Nehaniv in 2000, the group is now headed by Prof. Daniel Polani. Please refer to our contact page for general inquires and our list of all members to contact individual people. Our core research areas are principled approaches to Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Artificial Life.

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