EvoApplications, the International Conference on the Applications of Evolutionary Computation -formerly known as EvoWorkshops- brings together researchers in applications of Evolutionary Computation and other Nature-inspired techniques.
EvoApplications invites high quality contributions for its 27th edition, which will be held as part of the EvoStar 2024 event and co-located within EvoStar with three related conferences: EuroGP, EvoCOP and EvoMUSART.
The aim of EvoApplications is to create a friendly environment that can lead to the establishment or strengthening of scientific collaborations and exchanges among attendees.
Therefore, EvoApplications solicits high-quality original research papers (including significant work-in-progress) on any aspect of applications of Evolutionary Computation, both to real-world or methodological contexts in which Evolutionary Computation can contribute to pushing the limits of the state of the art beyond the present ones.
We encourage you to submit papers focused on interesting, relevant and original works that are related to all kinds of applications of Evolutionary Computation.
Download the CFP in PDF here.
In addition to regular session, special sessions will be organized on the following topics:
- Applications of Bio-inspired techniques on Social Networks
- Analysis of Evolutionary Computation Methods: Theory, Empirics, and Real-World Applications
- Computational Intelligence for Sustainability
- Evolutionary Computation in Edge, Fog, and Cloud Computing
- Evolutionary Computation in Image Analysis, Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition
- Machine Learning and AI in Digital Healthcare and Personalized Medicine
- Problem Landscape Analysis for Efficient Optimization
- Resilient Bio-Inspired Algorithms
- Soft Computing applied to Games
- Surrogate-Assisted Evolutionary Optimisation
- Stephen Smith
University of York
- João Correia
University of Coimbra
- Christian Cintrano
University of Málaga, Spain
Accepted papers will appear in the proceedings of EvoApplications, published in a volume of the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, which will be available at the Conference. Submitted papers require novel and complete research work or interesting preliminary results. Submissions must be original and not published elsewhere. The submissions will be peer reviewed by at least three members of the program committee. The reviewing process will be double-blind, so please omit information about the authors in the submitted paper.
Follow these instructions to submit a paper.
- Stefano Cagnoni
- Pedro A. Castillo
- Anna I Esparcia-Alcázar
- Mario Giacobinni
- Paul Kaufmann
- Antonio Mora
- Günther Raidl
- Franz Rothlauf
- Kevin Sim
- Giovanni Squillero
- Honorary member: Cecilia di Chio