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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

ICES2008 - Call for late-breaking papers

http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/events/ices2008

Dear Colleague

We would like to invite you to submit a "late-breaking paper" to ICES 2008

The 8th International Conference of Evolvable Systems: From Biology to 
Hardware

which will be held in Prague, September 21 - 24, 2008.

http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/events/ices2008

In 2008 we are introducing late-breaking papers to enable the latest 
results in the field to be presented. We welcome new and updated results 
and ongoing work to our late-breaking papers session.

Late-breaking papers will be examined by the organising committee for 
relevance and acceptability, but will not be peer reviewed. Paper 
acceptance decisions will be made as soon as possible after receipt of the 
submission, until the 20 August 2008 deadline.

Accepted papers will be published on a CD-ROM and be available to all 
delegates at the conference on condition that at least one author of the 
paper is registered by the 20th August deadline. Submitted papers must be 
a maximum of 10 pages and in the LNCS format and submitted as a pdf file. 
Papers submitted in any other format will not be accepted due to the tight 
deadlines. The format for presentation will be a poster and at least one 
author must attend the conference to present the poster.

Prospective authors are invited to email "late-breaking papers" to Pauline 
C. Haddow at Pauline.Haddow@idi.ntnu.no (with cc sekanina@fit.vutbr.cz)
Authors of late-breaking papers will retain copyright.

For further information please visit the ICES 2008 web site or contact 
Pauline Haddow: pauline@idi.ntnu.no