Graduate Studies in Artificial Life

Under construction: This page was created in May 1998, and is not a complete list of opportunities for graduate study in Artificial Life. Please help by bringing to my attention any programs that I have missed.

The School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences at the University of Sussex at Brighton, offers a MSc degree in Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems.

The Media Lab and the AI Lab at MIT (Massachusets Institute of Technology) include some research programs in the area of Artificial Life. For example, look at the page of The Learning & Common Sense Section.

The Life Sciences Division at UCLA (University of California at Los Angeles) includes some research activity in Artificial Life.

The Logic Systems Laboratory of the EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) has a strong research program in Biologically Inspired Hardware Systems, and related areas of Artificial Life.

John Koza at Stanford University offers a course in Artificial Life.

Christoph Adami at the California Institute of Technology offers a course in Artificial Life.

The Santa Fe Institute Artificial Life web page also includes a page of Alife Curricula

International Master's Program in Complex Adaptive Systems, Chalmers, Sweden.