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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: 3rd International Workshop on Nature Inspired Cooperative Strategies for Optimization NICSO 2008

http://www.gci.org.es/nicso2008

S E C O N D
                      CALL FOR PAPERS

                        NICSO 2008
          International Workshop on Nature Inspired
           Cooperative Strategies for Optimization

                    Puerto Palace  Hotel
                 Puerto de La Cruz, Tenerife
                    12-14 November  2008

               http://www.gci.org.es/nicso2008
                (pre-registration  available)

                    nicso2008@gci.org.es

NICSO 2008 is the third edition of the International Workshop
on  Nature Inspired  Cooperative Strategies for Optimization.
Its  aims  are
(1) to foster a deeper understanding of "cooperativity" in
     computational optimisation systems, and
(2) to encourage a vigorous exchange of ideas about emerging
     research areas in cooperative problem solving strategies.

The accepted papers will be published in the Springer book
series on Studies in Computational Intelligence.

The authors of the  best accepted  papers will be invited to revise
and expand their  contributions for  publication in a special issue
in the Memetic Computing Journal (Springer) shortly after the event.


IMPORTANT DATES:
     ? Deadline for Submission:    September, 1
     ? Notification of Acceptance: September, 30
     ? Deadline for Camera-ready:  October, 20

All submissions (only pdf file) must be sent at nicso2008@gci.org.es.
The length of each contribution will not exceed 12 pages.

Produce a camera ready copy using NICSO2008 latex style found at
http://www.gci.org.es/nicso2008.

Each contribution must providing original results, insights
and experimental innovations.

All submitted papers will be blind reviewed and acceptance will be
based on originality, significance, technical soundness and clarity.


WORKSHOP-CHAIR:
? Jos Andrs Moreno Prez, University of La Laguna

STEERING COMMITTEE:
? David A. Pelta, University of Granada
? Natalio Krasnogor, University of Nottingham

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
? J. Marcos Moreno, University of La Laguna
? Beln Meln, University of La Laguna
? Julio Brito, University of La Laguna
? Clara Campos, University of La Laguna
? F. Javier Martnez, University of La Laguna
? David Beltrn, University of La Laguna
? Jos Luis Gonzlez, University of La Laguna

TOPICS OF INTEREST (but not limited to them):
? Adaptive Behaviour
? Ants Colonies
? Amorphous Computing
? Artificial Li fe
? Artificial Immune Systems
? Coevolution
? Distributed Computing
? Evolutionary Robotics
? Evolvable Systems
? Genetic Algorithms
? Genetic Programming
? Membrane Computing
? Quantum Computing
? Software Self Assembly
? Swarm Intelligence

Cooperative Strategies for:
? Numerical Optimization
? Combinatorial Optimization
? Non Linear Optimization
? Dynamic Optimization
? Noisy Optimization
? Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
? Game Theory
? Complex Systems
? Optimal Adaptable Control


SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS in pdf format at:
http://www.gci.org.es/NICSO2008/documentos/NICSO2008_2ndCFP.pdf