SEAL 2010

Eighth International Conference on

Simulated Evolution And Learning (SEAL-2010)
01 - 04 December 2010, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
 
   
 
Evolutionary computation and learning approaches are two fundamental methods of adaptation which received an increasing attention over the past years. Simulated Evolution and Learning (SEAL-2010) is the eighth biennial conference which will be followed after a series of successful SEAL conferences, the last being organized at the University of Melbourne, Australia in December 2008. Cross-fertilisation between evolutionary learning and other machine learning approaches, such as neural network learning, reinforcement learning, decision tree learning, fuzzy system learning, etc., will be encouraged by the conference. The other major theme of the conference is optimisation 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 Optimisation (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.
 
 

The Eighth International Conference on Simulated Evolution And Learning (SEAL-2010)

1-4 December, 2010, IIT Kanpur, India

http://www.iitk.ac.in/kangal/seal10/

 

Following people have agreed for Tutorial sessions

B.Yegnanarayana

Topic: Artificial Neural Networks and Applications in Optimization

Prof. B.Yegnanarayana is a currenly Professor and Microsoft Chair at the International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Hyderabad. He obtained his PhD from Indian Institute of Science and his research areas include Digital Signal Processing, Speech, Computer Vision and Neural Networks.

Debabrata Goswami

Topic: Quantum Computing

Dr. Debabrata Goswami is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at IIT-Kanpur. Before coming to IITK, he was a faculty at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai for five years. He got his PhD from Princeton University in 1994 and did his post-doctoral work at Harvard University and Brookhaven National Lab. In 2004, he became the Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow and the Swarnajayanti Fellow.

More to come.
 
 
Kanpur Genetic Algorithm Lab ( KanGAL), SEAL - 2010.