New members into IAS-Research

We want to welcome new members of IAS-Research:

  • Miriam Kyselo, who will hold a postdoc position within the TESIS project working with Ezequiel Di Paolo
  • Omar García Zabaleta, who got a UPV/EHU predoc grant to work with Antonio Casado
  • Sara Murillo, who will hold a UPV/EHU predoc grant to work with Kepa Ruiz-Mirazo


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Xabier Barandiaran

About Xabier Barandiaran

I consider myself a situated and embodied philosopher, which means that I situate my philosophical practice in close interaction with scientific environments and embodied in the conceptual apparatus that emerges from this interplay. The sciences on which I feel embedded are those meeting in the multidisciplinary crossroad of cognitive sciences and artificial life: particularly the origins of agency, simulation of adaptive behaviour (evolutionary robotics and computational neuroethology), and large scale neuroscience.