MATH-642 / 2 credits

Teacher(s): Hongler Clément, Papadopoulos Vassilis Joseph

Language: English

Remark: Spring semester


Every year


We will study the emergence of life-like phenomena, such as locomotion, resilience,, reproduction, and evolution in mathematical models, in particular in discrete and continuous cellular automata, developing techniques to analyze, connect and characterize life-like features in such systems.



Alife, cellular automata, self-reproduction, computational theory, solitons, gliders, game of life, statistical mechanics, consensus mechanisms

In the programs

  • Exam form: Oral presentation (session free)
  • Subject examined: Artificial Life
  • Lecture: 22 Hour(s)
  • Practical work: 12 Hour(s)

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