Intelligent Systems

The Intelligent Systems research theme looks at biological and artificial systems in order to understand intelligent behavior.

Co-chairs:
Elizabeth A L Stine-Morrow
Jonathan V. Sweedler

Intelligent Systems seeks to understand intelligent behavior in biological and artificial systems and their networked interactions, including the nature of plasticity and adaptation in these systems, and to use that understanding to advance science and technology, to promote the health and well-being of individuals and communities, and to benefit society.

Proposals for new working groups

The Intelligent Systems research theme accepts proposals annually for new working groups. You can apply February 1-March 31 by using the IntelSys Working Group Proposals form.

Intelligent Systems Working Groups