Evolutionary algorithms have been shown to be tools which can be used
effectively in the development of systems (software or hardware) for
image analysis and signal processing in complex domains of high
industrial and social relevance.
FIRST EUROPEAN WORKSHOP ON EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION
IN IMAGE ANALYSIS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
GÖTEBORG, 28 May, 1999
EvoIASP '99 will be the first European event specifically dedicated to
the applications of evolutionary computation (EC) to image analysis
and signal processing (IASP) and will give European and non-European
researchers in those fields, as well as people from industry, an
opportunity to present their latest research, discuss current
developments and applications, besides fostering closer future
interaction between members of the three scientific communities.
The event will be held at Chalmers University of Technology in
The workshop is sponsored by EvoNet, the Network of
Excellence in Evolutionary Computing, and is one of the activities of
EvoIASP, the EvoNet working group on Evolutionary Computation in
Image Analysis and Signal Processing. It will be held in conjunction
with three other major European events:
EuroGP'99, the second European workshop on genetic programming,
- EvoRobot'99, the second European workshop on evolutionary robotics,
EuroECTel'99, the first European workshop on evolutionary
The workshop will consist of:
- An invited talk by Dana Ballard, University of Rochester, USA.
- Oral and poster sessions (see list of accepted papers below) with
periods for discussion
- Software demos and industrial stands
For information about registration
and accommodation go to
Registration to EvoIASP'99 will include free non-transferable
registration to EvoRobot'99, EuroGP'99, and EuroECTel'99 (and vice
A reduced registration rate will be available for students.
List of accepted papers:
The following papers have been accepted for presentation at the workshop, and
included in the final program:
LATE BREAKING PAPERS
The proceedings of EvoIASP99 will be published by Springer, jointly with the EuroEcTel'99 Proceedings, in the "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" series.
Giovanni Adorni, University of Parma, Italy
Wolfgang Banzhaf, University of Dortmund, Germany
Alberto Broggi, University of Pavia, Italy
Stefano Cagnoni, University of Parma, Italy
Ela Claridge, The University of Birmingham, UK
Dave Cliff, MIT, USA
Jason Daida, University of Michigan, USA
Kalyanmoy Deb, University of Dortmund, Germany
Terry Fogarty, Napier University, UK
David Hogg, University of Leeds, UK
Mario Koeppen, FhG IPK, Germany
W.B. Langdon, The University of Birmingham, UK
Evelyne Lutton, INRIA, France
Peter Nordin, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Riccardo Poli, The University of Birmingham, UK
Jim Smith, The University of Western England, UK
Hans-Michael Voigt, GFaI - Center for Applied Computer Science, Germany
Main Aula, Göteborg University, Vasaparken, Göteborg Directions can be found
on the Web site of the workshops.
Information on Göteborg.
Information about accommodation can be found at http://www.dcs.napier.ac.uk/evonet/Coordinator/News_and_events/evoworkshops99.html.
Workshop: 28 May 1999
Workshop Web Site:
For any information please contact:
Department of Computer Engineering
University of Parma
43100 Parma ITALY
Tel: +39 0521 905731, Fax +39 0521 905723
Institute of Physical Resource Theory
Chalmers University of Technology
S-412 96 Göteborg, SWEDEN
Tel: +46 31 607213, Fax +46 31 607201
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