The 2000 Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC'2000) will highlight
recent research covering all forms of evolutionary computation while fostering
intertechnique discussions and cooperative progress in the evolutionary
The CEC'2000 Program Committee is now inviting proposals for tutorials to be held
during the 2000 Congress on Evolutionary Computation.
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
focussing 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 you can have a look at the tutorial programme of the CEC'99 at
The entire EC community is encouraged to submit proposals as well as experts of
related fields, such as for example evolutionary economics, artificial life, or multi-agent
systems. Proposals for tutorials should be one page in length and should contain
the following information:
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 setup etc.
5. An optional label being either "novice" (e.g. Intro to GP) or "advanced"
(e.g. Recent advances in parallel GAs).
Proposals should be submitted to the tutorial chair
A.E. Eiben by email: email@example.com no later than February 1, 2000.
The proposals will be evaluated and proposers will be notified of
acceptance/rejection by March 1, 2000.
Please send all inquiries regarding tutorials by email to the tutorial chair
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEC2000 Publicity Chair
Department of Computing
University of Surrey
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