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EUROGEN 2015 will be the 11th of a series of International Conferences previously held in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (1995), Trieste (1997), Jyväskylä (1999), Athens (2001), Barcelona (2003), Munich (2005), Jyväskylä (2007), Kracow (2009), Capua (2011), and  Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (2013) and devoted to Evolutionary and Deterministic Computing for Industrial Applications.

It aims at bringing together specialists from Universities, Research Institutions and Industries developing or applying Evolutionary and Deterministic Methods in optimization of design and emphasizing on industrial and societal applications.

This series of conferences were originally launched by the European Thematic Network INGENET. EUROGEN-2015 is an ECCOMAS Thematic Conference, organised by the University of Strathclyde, in association with ECCOMAS and ERCOFTAC.

The conference will include invited keynote lectures, regular sessions, minisymposia, special technological sessions, and tutorials.

An exposition area, next to the conference rooms, will be made available to interested industries, as well as research groups, to showcase their products and boost knowledge exchange activities. For info on space availability and costs contact the organisers at eurogen2015-conf@strath.ac.uk

EUROGEN 2015 is open to everybody who wants to present recent and original results on any of the following topics:

  • Metaheuristics and Evolutionary Algorithms (including Evolutionary Programming, Evolution Strategies, Genetic Algorithms, Memetic Algorithms and Artificial Immune Systems, etc.)
  • Multi-objective Evolutionary Algorithms and Constraint Handling Techniques
  • Adjoint based and One-shot Methods
  • Hybrid Optimisation methods (Gradient Based Methods, Combinatorial Optimization Methods, etc.)
  • High Performance Computing and GPUs based Optimisation Algorithms
  • Goal oriented optimization for mesh and meshless methods
  • Game Strategies
  • Surrogate Models for Optimisation
  • Parallel and distributed Evolutionary Algorithms (from LANs to GRID)
  • Multi-disciplinary Optimization Methods
  • Design Optimisation under Uncertainties
  • Multi-criteria Decision Making
  • Topology Optimization

with applications to the following areas:

  • Aeronautics, Aerospace, and Space
  • Agriculture and Food Production
  • Automotive
  • Bio Engineering and Medicine
  • CAD and Manufacturing
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Economics and Finance
  • Electromagnetics
  • Electronics
  • Energy, including Renewable Energy
  • Environment
  • Genetics
  • Material Science and Technology
  • Offshores, Coastal and Marine Engineering and Operations
  • RAMS Analysis
  • Risk Analysis
  • Smart Materials and Structures
  • Social Sciences and Politics
  • Telecommunications
  • Transport and Logistics
  • Turbomachinery





Contacts:

edmondo dot minisci at strath dot ac dot uk