Commit 51e49d7b authored by Matteo De Carlo's avatar Matteo De Carlo

first website setup

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# Each configuration section is defined by a name in square brackets (e.g. `[outputs]`).
# Title of your site
title = "Academic"
title = "Matteo De Carlo"
# The URL of your site.
# End your URL with a `/` trailing slash, e.g. `https://example.com/`.
# End your URL with a `/` trailing slash, e.g. `https://matteo.ml/`.
baseurl = "/"
# Enter a copyright notice to display in the site footer.
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url = "#publications_featured"
weight = 2
[[main]]
name = "Posts"
url = "#posts"
weight = 3
# [[main]]
# name = "Posts"
# url = "#posts"
# weight = 3
[[main]]
name = "Projects"
url = "#projects"
weight = 4
# [[main]]
# name = "Projects"
# url = "#projects"
# weight = 4
[[main]]
name = "Tutorials"
url = "/tutorial/"
weight = 5
# [[main]]
# name = "Tutorials"
# url = "/tutorial/"
# weight = 5
[[main]]
name = "Contact"
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# Color theme.
# Choose from `default`, `ocean`, `forest`, `dark`, `apogee`, `1950s`, `coffee`, `cupcake`.
color_theme = "default"
color_theme = "cupcake"
# Enable users to switch between day and night mode?
day_night = true
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# Date and time format (refer to https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/customization/#date-format )
# Examples: "Mon, Jan 2, 2006" or "2006-01-02"
date_format = "Jan 2, 2006"
date_format = "1 Jan 2006"
# Examples: "3:04 pm" or "15:04"
time_format = "3:04 PM"
time_format = "15:04"
############################
## Contact Widget setup ##
############################
# Enter contact details (optional). To hide a field, clear it to "".
email = "test@example.org"
phone = "888 888 88 88"
address = "Building 1 Room 1, Stanford University, California, 90210, USA"
email = "m.decarlo <at> vu.nl"
phone = ""
address = "WM T3.10, Vrije Universiteit, de Boelelaan 1081a, 1081HV Amsterdam, Netherlands"
# Office hours: use `<br>` to insert a line break, or set to "" to remove office hours
office_hours = """Monday 10:00 to 13:00<br>
Wednesday 09:00 to 10:00<br>
Otherwise email to book an appointment"""
# office_hours = """Monday 10:00 to 13:00<br>
# Wednesday 09:00 to 10:00<br>
# Otherwise email to book an appointment"""
office_hours = ""
# Enter an optional link for booking appointments (e.g. calendly.com).
appointment_url = ""
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# Contact links
# Set to `[]` to disable, or comment out unwanted lines with a hash `#`.
contact_links = [
{icon = "twitter", icon_pack = "fab", name = "DM Me", link = "https://twitter.com/Twitter"},
{icon = "skype", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Skype Me", link = "skype:echo123?call"},
{icon = "keybase", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Chat on Keybase", link = "https://keybase.io/"},
{icon = "comments", icon_pack = "fas", name = "Discuss on Forum", link = "https://discourse.gohugo.io"},
{icon = "twitter", icon_pack = "fab", name = "DM me", link = "https://twitter.com/matteo_phd"},
# {icon = "skype", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Skype Me", link = "skype:echo123?call"},
# {icon = "keybase", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Chat on Keybase", link = "https://keybase.io/"},
# {icon = "comments", icon_pack = "fas", name = "Discuss on Forum", link = "https://discourse.gohugo.io"},
# {icon = "telegram", icon_pack = "fab", name = "Telegram Me", link = "https://telegram.me/@Telegram"},
]
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# 1: Google Maps
# 2: OpenStreetMap (Mapnik)
# 3: OpenStreetMap (Mapbox)
map = 0
map = 3
map_api_key = ""
latitude = "37.4275"
longitude = "-122.1697"
latitude = "52.3330552"
longitude = "4.867304"
zoom = 15
############################
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# Display name
name = "Nelson Bighetti"
name = "Matteo De Carlo"
# Username (this should match the folder name)
authors = ["admin"]
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superuser = true
# Role/position
role = "Professor of Artificial Intelligence"
role = "PhD Student in Evolutionary Robotics"
# Organizations/Affiliations
# Separate multiple entries with a comma, using the form: `[ {name="Org1", url=""}, {name="Org2", url=""} ]`.
organizations = [ { name = "Stanford University", url = "" } ]
organizations = [ { name = "Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam", url = "http://www.vu.nl/en/" } ]
# Short bio (displayed in user profile at end of posts)
bio = "My research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter."
# Enter email to display Gravatar (if Gravatar enabled in Config)
email = ""
email = "matteo.dek@gmail.com"
# List (academic) interests or hobbies
interests = [
"Artificial Intelligence",
"Computational Linguistics",
"Information Retrieval"
"Robotics",
"Rocket Science"
]
# Organizational groups that you belong to (for People widget)
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# List qualifications (such as academic degrees)
[[education.courses]]
course = "PhD in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Stanford University"
year = 2012
course = "Master in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)"
institution = "Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam"
year = 2018
[[education.courses]]
course = "MEng in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Massachusetts Institute of Technology"
year = 2009
[[education.courses]]
course = "BSc in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Massachusetts Institute of Technology"
year = 2008
course = "BSc in Computer Science"
institution = "Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia"
year = 2014
# Social/Academic Networking
# For available icons, see: https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/widgets/#icons
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[[social]]
icon = "envelope"
icon_pack = "fas"
link = "#contact" # For a direct email link, use "mailto:test@example.org".
link = "mailto:m.decarlo@vu.nl" # For a direct email link, use "mailto:test@example.org".
[[social]]
icon = "twitter"
icon_pack = "fab"
link = "https://twitter.com/GeorgeCushen"
link = "https://twitter.com/matteo_phd"
[[social]]
icon = "google-scholar"
icon_pack = "ai"
link = "https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=sIwtMXoAAAAJ"
link = "https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=r63BYg4AAAAJ"
[[social]]
icon = "github"
icon_pack = "fab"
link = "https://github.com/gcushen"
link = "https://github.com/portaloffreedom"
# Link to a PDF of your resume/CV from the About widget.
# To enable, copy your resume/CV to `static/files/cv.pdf` and uncomment the lines below.
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Nelson Bighetti is a professor of artificial intelligence at the Stanford AI Lab. His research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter. He leads the Robotic Neurobiology group, which develops self-reconfiguring robots, systems of self-organizing robots, and mobile sensor networks.
I am a PhD student in Evolutionary Robotics at the Compu
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# Accomplishments widget.
widget = "accomplishments" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Accomplish&shy;ments"
subtitle = ""
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weight = 70
# Automatically link email and phone?
autolink = true
autolink = false
# Email form provider
# 0: Disable email form
# 1: Netlify (requires that the site is hosted by Netlify)
# 2: formspree.io
email_form = 2
email_form = 0
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# Experience widget.
widget = "experience" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Experience"
subtitle = ""
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# Recent Posts widget.
# This widget displays recent posts from `content/post/`.
widget = "posts" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
weight = 40 # Order that this section will appear.
title = "Recent Posts"
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# Projects widget.
widget = "projects" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Projects"
subtitle = ""
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# Recent Publications widget.
# This widget displays recent publications from `content/publication/`.
widget = "publications" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Recent Publications"
subtitle = ""
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widget = "publications_featured" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Featured Publications"
title = "Publications"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
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# For available icons, see: https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/widgets/#icons
[[feature]]
icon = "r-project"
icon_pack = "fab"
name = "R"
description = "90%"
icon = "terminal"
icon_pack = "fas"
name = "Programming"
description = "95%"
[[feature]]
icon = "chart-line"
icon = "crow"
icon_pack = "fas"
name = "Statistics"
description = "100%"
name = "Evolutionary Computing"
description = "80%"
#[[feature]]
# icon = "python"
# icon_pack = "fab"
# name = "Python"
# description = "90%"
#[[feature]]
# icon = "chart-line"
# icon_pack = "fas"
# name = "Statistics"
# description = "80%"
[[feature]]
icon = "camera-retro"
icon = "camera"
icon_pack = "fas"
name = "Photography"
description = "10%"
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# Tag Cloud widget.
widget = "tag_cloud" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Tags"
subtitle = ""
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# Recent and Upcoming Talks widget.
widget = "talks" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
title = "Recent & Upcoming Talks"
subtitle = ""
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# An example of using the custom widget to create your own homepage section.
# To create more sections, duplicate this file and edit the values below as desired.
widget = "custom" # Do not modify this line!
active = true # Activate this widget? true/false
active = false # Activate this widget? true/false
# Note: a full width section format can be enabled by commenting out the `title` and `subtitle` with a `#`.
title = "Custom Section"
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@inproceedings{jelisavcic2016improving,
title={Improving RL power for on-line evolution of gaits in modular robots},
author={Jelisavcic, Milan and De Carlo, Matteo and Haasdijk, Evert and Eiben, AE},
booktitle={2016 IEEE symposium series on computational intelligence (SSCI)},
pages={1--8},
year={2016},
organization={IEEE}
}
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title = "Improving RL power for on-line evolution of gaits in modular robots"
date = 2016-12-01T00:00:00 #"June, 2017"
authors = ["M. Jelisavcic", "M. De Carlo", "E. Haasdijk", "A.E. Eiben"]
# Publication type.
# Legend:
# 0 = Uncategorized
# 1 = Conference paper
# 2 = Journal article
# 3 = Manuscript
# 4 = Report
# 5 = Book
# 6 = Book section
publication_types = ["1"]
# Publication name and optional abbreviated version.
publication = "*2016 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI)*."
publication_short = "*SSCI*"
abstract = "This paper addresses the problem of on-line gait learning in modular robots whose shape is not known in advance. The best algorithm for this problem known to us is a reinforcement learning method, called RL PoWER. In this study we revisit the original RL PoWER algorithm and observe that in essence it is a specific evolutionary algorithm. Based on this insight we propose two modifications of the main search operators and compare the quality of the evolved gaits when either or both of these modified operators are employed. The results show that using 2-parent crossover as well as mutation with self-adaptive step-sizes can significantly improve the performance of the original algorithm."
# Summary. An optional shortened abstract.
summary = ""
# Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
doi = ""
# Is this a featured publication? (true/false)
featured = true
# Tags (optional).
# Set `tags = []` for no tags, or use the form `tags = ["A Tag", "Another Tag"]` for one or more tags.
tags = []
# Projects (optional).
# Associate this publication with one or more of your projects.
# Simply enter your project's folder or file name without extension.
# E.g. `projects = ["deep-learning"]` references
# `content/project/deep-learning/index.md`.
# Otherwise, set `projects = []`.
projects = []
# Slides (optional).
# Associate this publication with Markdown slides.
# Simply enter your slide deck's filename without extension.
# E.g. `slides = "example-slides"` references
# `content/slides/example-slides.md`.
# Otherwise, set `slides = ""`.
slides = ""
# Links (optional).
url_pdf = "documents/Jelisavcicetal.-2016-ImprovingRLPowerforOn-LineEvolutionofGaitsinModularRobots.pdf"
url_preprint = ""
url_code = ""
url_dataset = ""
url_project = "https://evosphere.eu/"
url_slides = ""
url_video = ""
url_poster = ""
url_source = ""
# Custom links (optional).
# Uncomment line below to enable. For multiple links, use the form `[{...}, {...}, {...}]`.
# links = [{name = "Custom Link", url = "http://example.org"}]
# Does this page contain LaTeX math? (true/false)
math = true
# Featured image
# To use, add an image named `featured.jpg/png` to your page's folder.
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
# Caption (optional)
caption = ""
# Focal point (optional)
# Options: Smart, Center, TopLeft, Top, TopRight, Left, Right, BottomLeft, Bottom, BottomRight
focal_point = ""
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A.M. Tyrrell (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Evolvable Systems (ICES 2016), IEEE Press, 2016, pp. 1-8.
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@article{jelisavcic2017real,
title={Real-world evolution of robot morphologies: A proof of concept},
author={Jelisavcic, Milan and De Carlo, Matteo and Hupkes, Elte and Eustratiadis, Panagiotis and Orlowski, Jakub and Haasdijk, Evert and Auerbach, Joshua E and Eiben, Agoston E},
journal={Artificial life},
volume={23},
number={2},
pages={206--235},
year={2017},
publisher={MIT Press}
}
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title = "Real-World Evolution of Robot Morphologies: A Proof of Concept"
date = 2017-06-01T00:00:00 #"June, 2017"
authors = ["M.J. Jelisavcic", "M. De Carlo", "E. Hupkes", "P. Eustratiadis", "J. Orlowski", "E. Haasdijk", "J. Auerbach", "A.E. Eiben"]
# Publication type.
# Legend:
# 0 = Uncategorized
# 1 = Conference paper
# 2 = Journal article
# 3 = Manuscript
# 4 = Report
# 5 = Book
# 6 = Book section
publication_types = ["2"]
# Publication name and optional abbreviated version.
publication = "*Artificial Life*."
abstract = "Evolutionary robotics using real hardware has beenalmost exclusively restricted to evolving robot controllers, butthe technology for evolvable morphologies is advancing quickly.We discuss a proof-of-concept study to demonstrate realrobots that can reproduce. Following a general system plan,we implement a robotic habitat that contains all systemcomponents in the simplest possible form. We create aninitial population of two robots and run a complete life cycle,resulting in a new robot, parented by the first two. Even thoughthe individual steps are simplified to the maximum, the wholesystem validates the underlying concepts and provides a genericworkflow for the creation of more complex incarnations. Thishands-on experience provides insights and helps us elaborateon interesting research directions for future development."
# Summary. An optional shortened abstract.
summary = ""
# Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
doi = ""
# Is this a featured publication? (true/false)
featured = true
# Tags (optional).
# Set `tags = []` for no tags, or use the form `tags = ["A Tag", "Another Tag"]` for one or more tags.
tags = []
# Projects (optional).
# Associate this publication with one or more of your projects.
# Simply enter your project's folder or file name without extension.
# E.g. `projects = ["deep-learning"]` references
# `content/project/deep-learning/index.md`.
# Otherwise, set `projects = []`.
projects = []
# Slides (optional).
# Associate this publication with Markdown slides.
# Simply enter your slide deck's filename without extension.
# E.g. `slides = "example-slides"` references
# `content/slides/example-slides.md`.
# Otherwise, set `slides = ""`.
slides = ""
# Links (optional).
url_pdf = "documents/2017-Real-World Evolution of Robot Morphologies- A Proof of Concept.pdf"
url_preprint = ""
url_code = ""
url_dataset = ""
url_project = "https://evosphere.eu/"
url_slides = ""
url_video = ""
url_poster = ""
url_source = ""
# Custom links (optional).
# Uncomment line below to enable. For multiple links, use the form `[{...}, {...}, {...}]`.
# links = [{name = "Custom Link", url = "http://example.org"}]
# Does this page contain LaTeX math? (true/false)
math = true
# Featured image
# To use, add an image named `featured.jpg/png` to your page's folder.
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
# Caption (optional)
caption = ""
# Focal point (optional)
# Options: Smart, Center, TopLeft, Top, TopRight, Left, Right, BottomLeft, Bottom, BottomRight
focal_point = ""
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<!-- Artificial life. 23(2):206-235, 2017. -->
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