Conferences Michael Lones

This is a list of evolutionary computation conferences, accepting papers on topics such as genetic algorithms, genetic programming, and evolvable hardware, and related areas such as artificial life and artificial immune systems. I make no guarantees regarding the accuracy or completeness of this information. Be wary of fake conferences. Updates will now be tweeted at @EAconferences. Send me a message if you have additions or corrections.

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Upcoming Deadlines

17th Annual UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence (UKCI-2017)   Previous UKCIs →
Cardiff, UK, 06th September 2017, 3 days, Deadline: 15th May 2017
11th International Conference on Simulated Evolution and Learning (SEAL 2017)   Previous SEALs →
Shenzhen, China, 10th November 2017, 3 days, Deadline: 20th May 2017
23rd International Conference on Soft Computing (MENDEL 2017)   Previous MENDELs →
Brno, Czech Republic, 20th June 2017, 3 days, Deadline: 21st May 2017
2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI 2017)   Previous IEEE-SSCIs →
Honolulu, Hawaii, 27th November 2017, 5 days, Deadline: 02nd July 2017
EvoStar 2018   Previous EvoStars →
Parma, Italy, 04th April 2018, 3 days, Deadline: 01st November 2017
2018 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (IEEE WCCI 2018)   Previous CEC/WCCIs →
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 08th July 2018, 6 days, Deadline: 15th January 2018

Upcoming Conferences (with lapsed deadlines)

Learning and Intelligent Optimization Conference (LION 11)   Previous LIONs →
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 19th June 2017, 3 days
14th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL 2017)   Previous ECALs →
Lyon, France, 04th September 2017, 5 days
Evolution Artificielle (EA 2017)   Previous EAs →
Paris, France, 25th October 2017, 3 days

Fake Conferences

Recently there has been a growing problem of for-profit conferences which do not follow standard (or in some cases, any) scientific peer review. Publishing at these conferences can be bad for both research and career progression. Hallmarks of these conferences include overly-general calls for papers and obscure programme committees. A related problem is the appearance of fake conference ratings web sites, which achieve a veneer of scrutability by listing well-known conferences alongside fake conferences. Reputable conference rankings can be found at Google Scholar, Microsoft Research Asia and CORE.

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