GECCO-99 Student Workshop
Date: Tuesday July 13, 1999
Students with research topics focused on genetic and evolutionary
computation, DNA computation, Artificial Life and Agents were invited to apply to participate in the 1999 GECCO
Student Workshop. Twenty-four students have been selected to
present a 10-12 minute synopisis of their current research to a mentor
panel, other students and selected participants at the day-long
workshop. Each presentation will be followed by questions and
discussion prompted by the mentor panel.
The Panel (to date)
- (regrets from) Dan Ashlock, Iowa State University
- James Foster, University of Idaho
- Max Garzon, U. of Tennessee
- David E. Goldberg, University of Illinois
- John R. Koza, Stanford University
- Carlo Maley, University of New Mexico
- Frank Moore, Miami University, USA
- Una-May O'Reilly, MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab (chair)
- Tom Ray, Dept. of Zoology, U. of Oklahoma, USA
- Conor Ryan, University of Limerick, Ireland
- Adrian Thompson, Sussex University, UK
- Moshe Sipper, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Other links about the workshop:
- This workshop was open to any student.
- This one-page poster is entirely distinct from submitting to GECCO-99.
- A submission can overlap with any paper submitted anywhere else
- A submission had to relate some aspect of a project or thesis.
- If you are not a student, you may still attend. To do so, submit an
email request to firstname.lastname@example.org outlining
your reasons for requesting to attend the workshop.
- Student attendees and presenters are still awaiting instructions on final submissions and the presentation.
For additional information or questions, contact Una-May O'Reilly
Last Updated: June 15, 1999