The ASSISIbf project (Animal and Robot Societies Self Organize and Integrate by Social Interaction (Bees and Fishes) is manly focused on studying interactions between animal and robotic societies (bees and fishes). This project is being developed under the scope of the program FOCAS – Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems.
This project is financed by a European Consortium with six partners, including Portugal, and coordinated by Graz University, Austria.
In Portugal, this project is being developed at BioISI, with Luís Correia as principal investigator of the team. He recently gave an interview for “Publico”, that you can read here.