Abstract

Swarm engineering allows us to design self-organised systems across scales, from trillions of nanoparticles for cancer treatment, to thousands of robots for environmental monitoring. Scaling to such large numbers requires discovering new collective behaviours that rely largely on random motion and simple communication between agents and their environment.

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