Huge congrats to Dr. Harrsion Smith, Dr. Hyunju Kim, and Prof. Sara Walker for earning the "best paper" award at the 2019 Conference on Artificial Life, for work presented by Harrison titled "Biochemical Networks Display Universal Structure Across Projections and Levels of Organization". The abstract is available here.
Presentations at ALIFE 2019
Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Douglas Moore is headed to the 2019 Conference on Artificial Life (ALife 2019), held in Newcastle, to present a paper titled "Inferring a Graph's Topology from the Games Played on It", co-authored with Prof. Sara Walker. The full paper is available in the conference proceedings here.
Lab alumni Dr. Harrison Smith is also presenting at ALife a paper titled "Biochemical Networks Display Universal Structure Across Projections and Levels of Organization", co-authored with Dr. Hyunju Kim and Prof. Sara Walker. The abstract is available here.
Both Doug Moore and Harrison Smith, along with lab alumni Cole Mathis, were selected for lightning talks at the meeting. The full program for the conference can be found here.
Grad Student John Malloy to deliver talk at the Astrobiology graduate student conference
Graduate student John Malloy will travel to Salt Lake City Utah, to deliver a talk titled "The Evolution of Chirality" at the Astrobiology Graduate Student Conference 2019. More details here.
Sara Walker participates in FQXi Conference "Mind Matters: INtelligence and Agency in the Physical World"
Sara Walker heads to Scifoo
Sara Walker will participate in Science Foo Camp ("SciFoo" for short) at GoogleX July 12-14th. More about SciFoo here.
Sara Imari Walker