The 2024 Conference on Artificial Life

Copenhagen, Denmark | July 22-26, 2024

Photo: Martin Heiberg
Photo: Martin Heiberg

The conference

The International Conference for Artificial Life (ALife) will be held at IT University of Copenhagen, July 22-26, 2024.

The theme of this year is Exploring new frontiers: Building on the ancient traditions of the Vikings to travel to new and strange lands and discover new cultures and traditions, we want to dedicate ALIFE 2024 to the weird and wacky of ALIFE. In particular in a time where academic research is under pressure to be more applied, we will instead dedicate ALIFE 2024 to celebrate the fundamental science of artificial life.


  • Call for Student Volunteers is open (link)
  • Deadline for author's registration and camera-ready paper is on June 12th
  • The student scholarship application is now closed
  • Added page about Accommodations (link)
  • Added page about the Mind Matching event (link)
  • Early bird registration was extended to June 12th (link)
  • Call for Late Breaking Abstract is open (link)
  • Registration for the Research Cosplay and Academic Karaoke is open! Register here by 14 July! More info here
  • Conference registrations are open (link)
  • Preliminary program timetable is available here

Important dates

January 15, 2024 - (Extended) January 22, 2024: Deadline for Tutorial, Workshop and Special session proposals

January 29, 2024 - (Extended) February 5, 2024: Notification of Tutorial, Workshop and Special session acceptance

February 12, 2024: Opening for Paper submission

April 3, 2024 - (Extended) April 10, 2024 - (Extended) April 15, 2024: Deadline for Paper submission

May 15, 2024 - (Extended) May 22, 2024: Notification of Paper acceptance

June 12, 2024: Deadline for Paper camera-ready and author's registration

July 8, 2024: Deadline for Late Breaking Abstract submission

July 22-26, 2024: Conference days

Deadlines are "Anywhere on Earth" (AoE).


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