Supervision

Current

  • Mario Zarco — Doctoral Candidate   ( Oct., 2018 — ongoing )
  • Valerie Jeong — Doctoral Candidate   ( Aug., 2018 — ongoing )
    Noise in Heteroclinic Network-Based Evolutionary Robotics
    (jointly supervised with Claire Postlethwaite)
  • Felix Woolford — Doctoral Candidate   ( July, 2018 — ongoing )
    Sensorimotor-based Intelligence in Robotics and Simulated Agents
    (co-supervised with Yun Sing Koh)
  • Bella Anderson — Doctoral Candidate   ( Aug., 2017 — ongoing )
    Low Power, Low Connectivity, Autonomous 3D Computer Vision Agents
    (jointly supervised with Patrice Delmas)
  • Scott Wardenaar — Honours Candidate   ( July, 2018 — ongoing )
  • Isabelle Steinmann — Summer Scholar   ( Nov. 2018 — ongoing )
    Dynamical Analysis of a Self-Sustaining Behavioural Mechanism

Completed

  • Stefano Cavallero — Honours Candidate   ( Mar. 2018 — Nov. 2018 )
    Guided Self-Organization in a Computational Model of Diffusion-Limited Aggregation
  • Jerome Wynne — Northern Hemisphere Summer Research Scholar   ( July, 2018 — Sept., 2018 )
    Dynamical Analysis of Minimal Two-Wheeled Robots
    (jointly supervised with Claire Postlethwaite)
  • Valerie Jeong — MSc   ( Mar., 2017 — Mar., 2018 )
    Evolving a Heteroclinic Network in Sensorimotor Tasks
    (jointly supervised with Claire Postlethwaite)
  • Nidia Jackson — MSc   ( Mar., 2017 — Apr., 2018 )
    Evolving the Parameters of Heteroclinic Networks to act as Controllers in Embodied Robotics Tasks
    (jointly supervised with Claire Postlethwaite)

Project Ideas

Interaction between concurrent selective pressures. Intuitively, it seems it would be harder for evolution to produce a system that is capable of performing well at two tasks than for only one of these tasks.