Author T. Ikegami
Takashi Ikegami is a professor in the Department of General Systems Sciences at the University of Tokyo. His works encompasses both the arts and sciences and deal with complex systems and artificial life. He received his doctorate in physics from the University of Tokyo in 1989. His research is centered on complex systems and artificial life, a field that aims to build a possible form of life using computer simulations, chemical experiments, and robots. Some of these results were published in the book Life Emerges in Motion in 2007. Takashi Ikegami frequently attends the International Conference on Artificial Life, and gave the keynote address at the 20th Anniversary of Artificial Life conference in Winchester, UK. He is also a member of the editorial boards of Artificial Life, Adaptive Behavior, BioSystems, and Interaction Studies.

Publications Found: 6 · Show All Abstracts

Froese T. Iizuka H. & Ikegami T. (2014) Embodied social interaction constitutes social cognition in pairs of humans: A minimalist virtual reality experiment. Scientific Reports 4: 3672. Fulltext at
Froese T., Woodward A. & Ikegami T. (2013) Turing instabilities in biology, culture, and consciousness? On the enactive origins of symbolic material culture. Adaptive Behavior 21(3): 199–214. Fulltext at
Ikegami T. (2013) The Self-moving Oil Droplet as a Homeostat. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 114–114. Fulltext at
Ikegami T. & Suzuki K. (2008) From a homeostatic to a homeodynamic self. Biosystems 91(2): 388–400.
Sato Y., Iizuka H. & Ikegami T. (2013) Authors’ Response: From Bodily Extension to Bodily Incorporation. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 89–92. Fulltext at
Sato Y., Iizuka H. & Ikegami T. (2013) Investigating Extended Embodiment Using a Computational Model and Human Experimentation. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 73–84. Fulltext at
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