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My research focus has been on the dynamics of evolutionary systems, which now include not only organic evolution, but evolutionary computation.  I am interested in the mathematical analysis of systems that evolve under selection and genetic operators, and in higher order phenomena that can emerge, such as robustness, evolvability, modularity, and genetic systems.
My research focus is the dynamics of evolutionary systems, which now include not only organic evolution, but evolutionary computation.  I am interested in the mathematical analysis of systems that evolve under selection and genetic operators, and in higher order phenomena that can emerge, such as robustness, evolvability, modularity, and genetic systems.


I will be staying on an additional week at the CSSS after my lectures, and will be available to advise students on their CSSS projects.
I will be staying on an additional week at the CSSS after my lectures, and will be available to advise students on their CSSS projects.
Other areas I have pursued outside of research include Hawaiian conservation (I am the Chair of the Native Hawaiian Plant Society, Maui), Swing, Salsa, and Tango dance (note: by 7/14 there is already some dance self-organization going on among CSSS participants!  Join the annealing).


For more information on me, please visit [http://dynamics.org/Altenberg/ my home page].
For more information on me, please visit [http://dynamics.org/Altenberg/ my home page].

Latest revision as of 14:35, 15 July 2007

My research focus is the dynamics of evolutionary systems, which now include not only organic evolution, but evolutionary computation. I am interested in the mathematical analysis of systems that evolve under selection and genetic operators, and in higher order phenomena that can emerge, such as robustness, evolvability, modularity, and genetic systems.

I will be staying on an additional week at the CSSS after my lectures, and will be available to advise students on their CSSS projects.

Other areas I have pursued outside of research include Hawaiian conservation (I am the Chair of the Native Hawaiian Plant Society, Maui), Swing, Salsa, and Tango dance (note: by 7/14 there is already some dance self-organization going on among CSSS participants! Join the annealing).

For more information on me, please visit my home page.