Great Day 1 at the 6th editions of Living machines taking place on the beautiful campus of Stanford University at the Peterson Building of Engineering and Design.
More than 120 people joined this International Conference on Biomimetics and Biohybrid Systems which provides an opportunity for worldwide researchers working on the development of novel technologies based on principles of biological systems to present their work.
Living Machines offers a glimpse into the science and tools that may underpin future breakthroughs in the field of Biomimetics and Biohybrid Systems
Don’t miss the Living Machines workshops from Biohybrid vehicles a workshop that explores topics at the intersection of aerial robotics and biology, to “Evo Devo of Living machines” that explores both the biological basis for the evolution of complex living systems and synthetic approaches inspired by nature, to Control Architectures for Living Machines that brings together experts in the fields of artificial and biological network architectures to analyze the current state of the art in computer and internet architectures and their natural counterparts in the brain.
Interesting research by Robotics Center at Sheffield University mentioned by News Scientist. To be presented at Living Machines 2017 in Stanford 25-28 July 2017.
The Organizing Committee of Living Machines 2017 has agreed to extend the deadline to: 24 March 2017 4th_cfp_LM2017_deadline_ext
We invite both full papers and extended abstracts in areas related to the conference themes. All contributions will be refereed and all accepted submissions will appear in the Living Machines 2017 proceedings to be published in the Springer-Verlag LNAI Series.
The 6th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems will be hosted at Stanford University, California, US. 25-28 July 2017
Public symposia in October 2015 and February 2016, “Thinking Big About Learning” and “Celebrating Founders,” highlighted Stanford’s strengths in education and entrepreneurship.