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2nd call for papers for EuroGP2005 in Lausanne

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  • Jano van Hemert
    2nd CALL FOR PAPERS ... EuroGP2005 Eighth European Conference on Genetic Programming Lausanne, Switzerland, 30 March - 1 April 2005 *** IMPORTANT CHANGES ***
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2004
      Eighth European Conference on Genetic Programming
      Lausanne, Switzerland, 30 March - 1 April 2005

      The maximum number of pages for submissions to EuroGP2005 is now 12
      pages. Submission of papers will be handled through the web at

      The annual EuroGP series are the premier conferences in Europe devoted
      entirely to genetic programming. The standard is high with about 40\%
      of submissions accepted for oral presentation, and reviewing is double
      blind. The conference is a mixture of oral presentations and poster
      sessions. ALL accepted papers (both oral presentations and posters)
      are published as full papers in a volume of the Springer Lecture Notes
      in Computer Science.

      EuroGP conferences are always enjoyable and offer good opportunities
      for informal contact with fellow researchers in a friendly and relaxed
      setting. EuroGP2005 will be held at the University of Lausanne,
      Switzerland, in conjunction with EvoCOP2005 and EvoWorkshops2005.

      High quality papers are sought on topics strongly related to genetic
      programming, ranging from theoretical work to innovative applications.

      Web address: http://www.evonet.info/eurogp2005

      Topics include:

      * Theoretical developments
      * Empirical studies of GP performance and behaviour
      * New algorithms, representations and operators
      * Applications of GP to real-life problems
      * Hybrid architectures including GP components
      * New libraries and implementations
      * Linear GP
      * Evolution of other tree or graph structures (e.g. VRML)
      * Evolution of various classes of machine: e.g. cellular
      automata, finite state machines, pushdown automata, turing
      * Object-oriented genetic programming


      Located in the heart of Europe, Lausanne is easily accessible: Geneva
      International Airport, at only 45 minutes train journey, provides
      direct connections with most of the airports. Furthermore, low cost
      EasyJet flights are available from Amsterdam, Barcelona, East
      Midlands, Liverpool, London, Nice and Paris. High speed trains
      directly link Lausanne with France, Germany and Italy.

      Submission procedure

      Submissions should be a maximum of TWELVE A4 pages and they should be
      sent in either PDF or zipped postscript format. Papers must conform to
      the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science format:

      The reviewing process is double blind. Authors should remove their
      names from submitted papers, and should take reasonable care that
      their identity is disguised. References to own work can be included in
      the paper, but should be referred to in the third person.

      To submit a paper please direct your browser to
      and follow the instructions. A notification of receipt will be
      emailed within three working days after the deadline. Papers accepted
      for a poster presentation must be reduced to EIGHT pages for the
      camera-ready copy.

      Important Dates

      Submission deadline 5 November 2004
      Notification of acceptance 10 December 2004
      Camera ready papers due 14 January 2005
      Conference 30 March-1 April 2005

      Organising Committee

      Program Chairs

      Maarten Keijzer <eurogp@...>
      KiQ Ltd. Amsterdam & WL | Delft Hydraulics, Delft, The Netherlands

      Andrea Tettamanzi <tettaman@...>
      Genetica S.r.l. & University of Milan, Italy

      Local Chair

      Marco Tomassini <Marco.Tomassini@...>
      Universitey of Lausanne, Switzerland

      Publication Chair

      Pierre Collet <Pierre.Collet@...>
      Laboratoire d'Informatique du Littoral, France

      Publicity Chair

      Jano van Hemert <jvhemert@...>
      Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
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