The Computational And Physical Systems (CAPS) group at the University of Idaho uses computational methods in the study of biological and physical processes.
The CAPS lab has disbanded. It was a great time, and there was a lot of productive research. The resulting publications are better tracked on Kyle’s website. Some highlights are:
Kyle Harrington relocated to the Max Delbrueck Center in Berlin, Germany, and you can continue to track him on his website.
Leo Epstein presented his latest results on modeling P. polycephalum at the Image-Based Modeling and Simulation of Morphogenesis workshop.
Louise Magbunduku taking Marine Biological Laboratory by swarm and demoing her current work.
We’re happy to welcome Nathan Hurlocker, Jessica Smith, and Conrad Mearns to CAPS!
Aniruddha Belsare is teaming up with CAPS and Nate Schiele on a collaborative biological modeling project. More details to come!
“FunImageJ: a Lisp framework for scientific image processing” by Harrington, K., C. Rueden and K. Eliceiri has been accepted for publication in Bioinformatics.
“Dynamic Habitat Construction Through Evolving 3D Swarms” by L Magbunduku and K Harrington has been accepted to the Living Architectures workshop at the European Conference on Artificial Life.
“Competitive Dynamics in Eco-evolutionary Genetically-Regulated Swarms” by K Harrington and L Magbunduku has been accepted at the European Conference on Artificial Life.