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Research in the Computational Intelligence Group

The Computational Intelligence Group is specialized in the nature-inspired computational methods where fundamental research questions concern how to design, use, and understand intelligent systems consisting of autonomous agents that can self-organise, evolve, and learn. In particular, we work in evolutionary computing, machine learning and complex systems for optimization, modeling, robotics and sensory data processing.  The group hosts researchers, PhD and master’s students with diverse background, and is connected to a large collaborative network of researchers all around the world.


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