Evolutionary Computation in Industry (ECI-2004) track at GECCO conference in Seattle in June

Roy, Rajkumar R.Roy at Cranfield.ac.uk
Mon Feb 9 00:35:21 EST 2004


     To be held as part of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation
Conference (GECCO)
         Seattle, Washington USA June 26-30, 2004 (Saturday - Wednesday)

For the third year, GECCO in 2004 will have a series of sessions entitled
"Evolutionary Computation in Industry".  The Evolutionary Computation in
Industry sessions are tutorial-style and presenters are invited, but all
GECCO participants are invited to attend. The ECI sessions will be scheduled
later, but are expected to be on June 28-30 (Monday - Wednesday) during the
main part of GECCO conference.

Each session focuses on a different topic related to applications of
evolutionary algorithms.  The presentations are designed for attendees such
as managers, technology scouts, and industrial practitioners, who are
seeking less technical presentations on the ways that evolutionary
applications can make a difference.  Presenters in these sessions will be
experts in applications and in describing the way that good evolutionary
computation projects are planned and executed.  Sample topics in the
sessions include project case histories, descriptions of successful
projects, and project descriptions organized around topics such as chemical
applications, governmental applications, and applications in the area of
industrial design.

The Evolutionary Computation in Industry sessions are organized this year by
--- David Davis (NuTech Solutions) [david.davis at nutechsolutions.com]
--- Rajkumar Roy (Cranfield University) [r.roy at cranfield.ac.uk]
--- Mark Jakiela (Washington University in St. Louis) [mjj at wustl.edu]

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