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European Post-doc position University of Lisbon – collective adaptive systems

(a pedido de um dos associados ANICT, divulga-se aqui o seguinte anúncio)

Postdoctoral position in collective adaptive systems at the University of Lisbon (available immediately)

The Laboratory of Agent Modeling (LabMAg) – University of Lisbon, Portugal, invites applications
for a full-time postdoctoral research position in the frame of the ASSISIbf ( on mixed natural-artificial societies for up to 5 years.

Primary responsibilities: We are seeking an outstanding postdoc to join LabMAg, University of Lisbon, in the frame of ASSISIbf European project on mixed natural-artificial collective adaptive systems. The local team coordinator is Luís Correia (  The postdoc fellow will focus on studying and applying swarm intelligence concepts to enable the synthesis of self-organised collective behaviour in mixed natural-artificial societies. Besides specification of robot behaviour and investigation of swarm intelligence approaches, the position holder will also investigate self-adaptation through evolutionary computation in groups of autonomous robots.

Requirements for admission:  PhD in Computer Science and Engineering or related fields. Applicants must have a strong background in Artificial Intelligence/Artificial Life or in Complex Systems, and be proficient in English. Preference will be given to candidates experienced in robotics, machine learning and bio-inspired computation. Experience in visualisation is not mandatory but will be valued.

More information in call Nº 583 (Annex:


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