Aim and Scopes:
Evolution and learning are two
fundamental forms of adaptation and have received an
increasing attention in the recent
past. Simulated Evolution and Learning
(SEAL-2010) is the eighth biennial conference
in the highly successful conference series that aims at
exploring these two forms of adaptation and their roles and
interactions in adaptive systems. Any paper involving
evolution as a vehicle for adaptive and artificial problem
solving tasks and any form of computational and machine
learning procedure for developing and analyzing adaptive or
artificial systems will be of interest to this conference.
Cross-fertilisation between evolutionary learning and other
machine learning approaches, such as neural network
learning, reinforcement learning, decision tree learning,
fuzzy system learning, etc., are encouraged by the
conference. The other major theme of the conference is
optimization problem solving by evolutionary approaches or
hybrid evolutionary approaches. The topics of interest to
this conference include but are not limited to the
following: Evolutionary Learning; Evolutionary Optimization
(single and multi-objective); Hybrid Learning; Hybrid
Optimization, Adaptive Systems; Theoretical Issues in
Evolutionary Computation; Real-World Applications of
Evolutionary Computation and Learning
Techniques. See Call For
Papers for further details.
All accepted papers which are presented at the conference
will be included in the conference proceedings, published as
a volume of the series Lecture Notes in Computer
Science, Springer. Selected best papers will be invited
for further revisions and extensions for possible
publications by evolutionary computing related journals.
The list of accepted papers is available here. The papers are selected in two categories, 10 pages
and 5 pages. All these papers will be published in the proceedings. All the 10 pages papers are
selected for Oral Presentation and the 5 pages papers are selected for Poster Presentation in the conference.
List of Accepted Papers (to view click here)
Tentative Program Schedule (to view click here)
Tentative Oral Presentation Schedule for Each Session (to view click here)
Poster Presentation (to view click here)
26 July 2010: Paper Submission closed
15 August 2010: Deadline for receiving reviews
27 August 2010: Notification of Acceptance to Authors
03 September 2010: Deadline for camera-ready copies of accepted papers.
At least one author of each accepted paper needs to register for the conference by 10 September 2010 to have the paper included in the Springer proceedings.
1-4 December 2010: Conference sessions
(including tutorials and workshops)
A cultural programme with Indian
musical performance is planned.
A limited number of accommodation at
the IIT Kanpur campus is being arranged. A
number of hotels in the city is also available and will be