[Comp-neuro] Reminder: SAB 2012 Odense 27-31 August 2012

John Hallam john at mmmi.sdu.dk
Sun Jan 29 11:46:41 CET 2012

We invite you to submit a paper to SAB2012, note revised paper submission deadline.


                             CALL FOR PAPERS

                        FROM ANIMALS TO ANIMATS 12
The 12th International Conference on the SIMULATION OF ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR (SAB'12)
                   27-31 August 2012, Odense, Denmark


  Conference Chairs: John Hallam, Christian Balkenius, Tom Ziemke
  Local Organizers : John Hallam, Vibeke Nielsen


Paper submission deadline, February  29th, 2012
Call for workshop deadline, April 2nd, 2012
Conference dates, August 28th-30th, 2012
Workshop dates,	August 27th and 31st, 2012

The objective of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring
together researchers in computer science, artificial intelligence,
alife, control, robotics, neurosciences, ethology, evolutionary
biology, and related fields so as to further our understanding of the
behaviors and underlying mechanisms that allow natural and artificial
animals to adapt and survive in uncertain environments. The conference
will focus on experiments with well-defined models --- robot models,
computer simulation models, mathematical models --- designed to help
characterize and compare various organizational principles or
architectures underlying adaptive behavior in real animals and in
synthetic agents, the animats.

Further information on topics etc. can be found on the conference web site
at http://www.sab2012.org/call.html


Following the tradition of SAB conferences, the conference will be
single track, with additional poster sessions. Each poster session
will start with poster spotlights giving presenters the opportunity to
orally present their main results.


The proceedings are published in the Springer Lecture Notes on
Artificial Intelligence. Both oral and poster presentations will be
published in the conference proceedings.  Selected authors may
additionally be invited to submit extended versions for a conference
Special Issue of the Journal of Adaptive Behavior.


Submitted papers must not exceed 10 pages (double columns) using the
Springer formatting kit.  Detailed submission instructions are
available from the conference Web site.


Please contact us at sab2012 at isab.org in case of questions

John Hallam, Christian Balkenius, Tom Ziemke

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