Life is everywhere, connected and always in motion. Many diverse scientific fields thus have moving collective structures as a central object of study. This conference will bring together all those who observe, model and/or apply collective motion in their research. By connecting observational data with new modelling tools, network theory and exciting new advances in tracking and engineering, this meeting provides an opportunity for a deeper understanding of emergent structures of groups and the mechanisms behind them. This year the workshop will discuss the emergence of collective motion in cells, animals, humans and robots from both an experimental and a theoretical perspective. We hope that this will help promoting interdisciplinary research and the birth and exchange of new ideas.
|Location||The workshop will be held in Polhemsalen, located in the main building of Ångström Laboratory, Lägerhyddsvägen 1, 752 37 Uppsala, Sweden.|
|Registration closes on||30/04/2016|
|Submission deadline||29/02/2016 0:00|
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