College of Computing Researchers Awarded $6.25 Million to Study Collective Emergent Behavior

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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been awarded $6.25 million to use collective emergent behavior to achieve task-oriented objectives. Shown are Dan Goldman, professor in the School of Physics; Dana Randall, co-director of the Institute for Data Engineering and Science, and Ph.D. student Bahnisikha Dutta. (Photo: Allison Carter, Georgia Tech)

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have been awarded $6.25 million to use collective emergent behavior to achieve task-oriented objectives. Shown are Dan Goldman, professor in the School of Physics; Dana Randall, co-director of the Institute for Data Engineering and Science, and Ph.D. student Bahnisikha Dutta. (Photo: Allison Carter, Georgia Tech)