HumLab, Umeň University, Sweden: Seminar on "ALiCE - Artificial Life, Culture & Evolution," 20 September 2005,
Media Archive.


Artificial Culture:
A Simulation Laboratory for the
Human Complex Systems Program

Artificial Life, Culture & Evolution
has moved to the ISIS program
at Duke University.
Please visit that site for updates
since 2007.

How to describe, understand and explain the complex adaptation of individuals to their social, technological and natural environments. A workshop in building experimental multiagent and evolutionary computer models.

Nicholas Gessler
gessler@ucla.edu


Tech tools bring new dimension to learning.
The 2006 Brian C. Copenhaver
Teaching with Technology Awards


Asteroid 113355 "Gessler"
Mass 10,000,000,000,000 kg
Diameter 3.6 km


Awards for the best student social science simulations.

Tutorial: Cultural Intelligence
CVxxPublicationsxxPartners
Professor Review
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Activities

Conferences
Levels of Reality, September 27-29, Bolzano, Italy.
Human
Complex
Systems
Artificial
Life
Artshow
Artificial
Life
Retreat
NAACSOS
World Conference on Computational Intelligence - 2006 - Vancouver
  ECAL - European Converence on Artificial Life
 

 

2007 - 2008 Courses...
2008
Spring
Human Complex Systems 110
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 9-11:50
2008
Winter
Human Complex Systems 110
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 9-11:50
2007
Fall
Honors Collegium 69
ALiCE: Artificial Life, Culture and Evolution.
Tu/Th 9-11:45
2006 - 2007 Courses...
2007
Spring
Human Complex Systems 110
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 9-11:50
2007
Winter
Human Complex Systems 110
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 10-12:50
2006
Fall
Honors Collegium
69
ALiCE: Artificial Life, Culture and Evolution.
Tu/Th 10-12:45
2005 - 2006 Courses...
2006
Spring
Human Complex Systems 110
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 10-12:45
2006
Spring
Human Complex Systems 19
Fiat Lux Seminar
Espionage, Cryptology & Psychological Operations.
Wed 10-10:45
(11-11:45 films)
2006
Winter
Human Complex Systems 110
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 10-12:45
2006
Winter
Human Complex Systems 19
Fiat Lux Seminar
Espionage, Cryptology & Psychological Operations.
Wed 10-10:45
(11-11:45 films)
2005
Fall
Honors Collegium
69
ALiCE: Artificial Life, Culture and Evolution.
Tu/Th 10-12:45
2004 - 2005 Courses...
2005
Winter
Anthropology
137-2
Human Complex Systems
Artificial Culture: Exploring Multiagent Simulations.
Tu/Th 10-11:45
2005
Winter
Honors
69
ALiCE: Artificial Life, Culture and Evolution
Tu/Th 2-3:45
2003 - 2004 Courses...
2004
Spring
Anthropology
137 - 4
Human Complex Systems

Artificial Culture:
Exploring Human Complex Worlds.

Participants' Projects

2003 Winter
Design | Media Arts 189
Interfacing the Real and the Computational: Interactive Multiagent Spatial Simulations and Games
2003
Fall
Design | Media Arts 189
Physical Computing:
Algorithmic and Reactive Art
2002 - 2003 Courses...
2003 Spring
Design | Media Arts 189

Artificial Worlds
Life, Culture and Evolution

2003 Spring
Geography 167
Computational Cartography
Thinking with Maps and Spatial Visualizations
2002 Winter
Geography 167
Computational Cartography
2001 - 2002 Courses...
2002 Spring
Honors 69
Artificial Life, Artificial Culture & Evolutionary Design
2001 Winter
Geography 167
Computational Cartography
2001
Fall
Geography 199
Spatial Simulation & Games
2000 - 2001 Courses...
2000 Winter
Geography 167
Computational Cartography
Publications
 

Memberships & Partners


The Use of Complexity Science: A Survey of Federal Departments and Agencies, Private Foundations, Universities, and Independent Education and Research Centers. A Report of the U.S. Department
of Education, October 2003.

"The challenges of the 21st century will require new ways of thinking about and understanding the complex, interconnected and rapidly changing world in which we live and work. And the new field of complexity science is providing the insights we need to push our thinking in new directions." From The Use of Complexity...