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Abstract Submission Deadline 15 October 2022
Manuscript Submission Deadline 14 December 2022

The Autonomous (re)Production, Learning and Bio-inspired Robotics workshop was held in the historic city of York. The workshop highlighted emerging trends and future directions in the field of robotics and featured invited position papers from world-leading researchers across the field, and a range of reviewed papers. Papers

focused on the potential for future developments within the field of bio-inspired

robotics and autonomous design and manufacture.



The papers addressed areas such as:

 Novel methods for simultaneous evolution of morphology and control

 Novel methods for facilitating learning and adaptation during lifetime

 Evolution of learnability in a robot population

 Investigating the balance between morphological intelligence and brain

intelligence

 Robot evolution in hardware

 Evolution of morphologies using novel materials

 Simulation of soft robots

 Closing the reality gap

 Evolving behavioural/morphological diversity within a robotic eco-system

 Issues related to manufacturability and viability of robotic genotypes

 Surrogate methods for fitness evaluations

Keywords: Workshop, Autonomous (re)Production, Bio-inspired, Learning


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The Autonomous (re)Production, Learning and Bio-inspired Robotics workshop was held in the historic city of York. The workshop highlighted emerging trends and future directions in the field of robotics and featured invited position papers from world-leading researchers across the field, and a range of reviewed papers. Papers

focused on the potential for future developments within the field of bio-inspired

robotics and autonomous design and manufacture.



The papers addressed areas such as:

 Novel methods for simultaneous evolution of morphology and control

 Novel methods for facilitating learning and adaptation during lifetime

 Evolution of learnability in a robot population

 Investigating the balance between morphological intelligence and brain

intelligence

 Robot evolution in hardware

 Evolution of morphologies using novel materials

 Simulation of soft robots

 Closing the reality gap

 Evolving behavioural/morphological diversity within a robotic eco-system

 Issues related to manufacturability and viability of robotic genotypes

 Surrogate methods for fitness evaluations

Keywords: Workshop, Autonomous (re)Production, Bio-inspired, Learning


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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