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Hi! I'm Emily, and I'm finishing up my second year as an assistant professor at Michigan State University in computer science, ecology, and evolution. I use digital evolution/artificial life techniques to understand abstract eco-evolutionary principles.

My goal is to figure out how to control the trajectory of evolution in complex ecological communities.

Other interests include open science, linux, queer stuff (I'm bi), board games, and ferrets.

Hello! I'm Claus, from , Japan.

Some things I like: Evolutionary Computation, Simulation, Games (board, TRPG, digital), teaching programming, , bots and Geocaching!

Some cool projects I'm part of:

- Bestiary of Evolutionary Computation: fcampelo.github.io/EC-Bestiary
- AI Werewolf Competition: aiwolf.org/en/4th-internationa
- Alife Newsletter: alife.org/category/newsletter/

Also I super want to connect to people from the global south around here!

:boost_requested: Question: What would be a good instance for hosting semi-pro, news-ish institutional academic accounts here on Fedi? scholar.social isn't it for good reasons that I totally get; what would be a good home? (Asking for a @TheBJPS and possibly my future self as well, if I want to bring our research center on Mastodon.)

Hi! I'm Emily, and I'm finishing up my second year as an assistant professor at Michigan State University in computer science, ecology, and evolution. I use digital evolution/artificial life techniques to understand abstract eco-evolutionary principles.

My goal is to figure out how to control the trajectory of evolution in complex ecological communities.

Other interests include open science, linux, queer stuff (I'm bi), board games, and ferrets.

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