CEC2001 Call for Tutorial Proposals


Subject: CEC2001 Call for Tutorial Proposals
From: Congress on Evolutionary Computation (cec@sealion.cs.adfa.edu.au)
Date: Sun Nov 05 2000 - 13:21:56 MET


Subject: CEC2001 Call for Tutorial Proposals

The 2001 Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC2001)
May 27-30, 2001
COEX Center, Seoul, Korea
Further details can be found on http://cec2001.kaist.ac.kr or
http://scai.snu.ac.kr/cec2001.
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Dear Colleague

CEC2001 welcomes proposals for tutorials on all aspects of evolutionary
computation, and its application to solving problems.

Important Dates:

January 15, 2001: Deadline for tutorial proposals
February 15, 2001: Notification of tutorial acceptance
March 15, 2001: Electronic version of tutorial notes due
                          (PostScript, PDF, or MS Word)
May 27, 2001: Tutorials and workshops at CEC2001
May 28-30, 2001: Technical sessions at CEC2001

Tutorial Requirements:

Tutorials provide a means for senior researchers to present an overview of
a field related to evolutionary computation. A tutorial should not be a
technical presentation focusing on ones own work only. It should preferably
handle a relatively large chunk of knowledge on a specific area, typically
at an introductory level. For example, look at the tutorial program from
CEC2000 on http://pcgipseca.cee.hw.ac.uk/cec2000.

Proposals for tutorials should be one page in length and should contain the
following information:

 1. Title
 2. Name and full contact information of the proposer(s).
 3. A brief description (one or two paragraphs) of the topics.
 4. Any resource requirements, e.g. computers, equipment set-up etc.
 5. An optional label being either "novice" (e.g. Intro to GP) or
"advanced" (e.g. Recent advances in parallel GAs).

For specific details or to submit a proposal: contact the Tutorial Chairs,
Paul Darwen (darwen@ieee.org) or Jong-Chen Chen
(jcchen@mis4k.mis.yuntech.edu.tw).

Looking forward to your participation.

CEC2001 Publicity Chairs

Takeshi Furuhashi (Japan and Far East)
Bob Mckay (Australia and Pacific Rim)
Robert Reynolds (Americas)
Ali Zalzala (Europe and Mediterranean)

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