Caesium Research Group

Complex and Evolutionary Systems In the University of Malaga

ABOUT US

The CAESIUM (Complex and Evolutionary Systems In the University of Malaga) group focuses its activity in the area of evolutionary and memetic computing to face the challenges of the Society, with special emphasis on lines such as combinatorial optimization, video games and gamification, emerging computing, and multidisciplinary optimization.

Memetic Computing

Memetic computing provides a holistic approach to addressing search, optimization, and learning problems at the confluence of the areas of bioinspired computing, machine learning, and operational research.

Multidisciplinary Optimization

The need for optimization permeates most human activities, and one of the prevalent characteristics in these scenarios that require optimization is its complexity.

Video Games and Gamification

Video games are one of the most profitable sectors of the entertainment industry.

Team

The current members of Caesium are:


Carlos Cotta

Full Professor

Antonio J. Fernández

Full Professor

José E. Gallardo

Associate Professor

Manuel J. Navarro

Substitute Teaching Tutor

Álvaro Gutiérrez

PhD Student

Feijoo Colomine

PhD Student

Raúl Lara Cabrera

Jhon Edgar Amaya Salazar

David Rodríguez Rueda

Mariela Nogueira Collazo

Rafael Nogueras Sánchez

ACTIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS

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New Bioinspired Computing Models for Massively Complex Environments

CONTACT

Address

Complejo Tecnológico. Office 3.2.49.
Bulevar Louis Pasteur, 35. Campus de Teatinos. 29071, Málaga, Spain

Email

caesium@uma.es

Phone

952137158