5th European Conference on Genetic Programming
Genetic programming uses the principles of Darwinian evolution to
automatically generate computer programs. It is gradually becoming
established as an effective approach for difficult design, pattern
recognition and control problems, and has been successfully applied in
areas as diverse as financial data mining, signal and image processing,
bio-informatics, engineering design, music and art.
EuroGP is Europe's premier conference devoted entirely to genetic
programming. It regularly attracts around 125 registrants from all over
the world, including many of the leading names in the field. Typically
about 30-35 submitted papers are published in the conference proceedings
(part of the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science series). The
standard is high with approximately 40% of paper submissions accepted as
plenary, oral presentations and a smaller percentage of papers accepted
as poster presentations. All accepted papers are published in full in
EuroGP conferences are always rewarding and enjoyable, presenting the
very latest in theoretical and applied research, and providing a relaxed
and friendly forum in which to exchange ideas and experiences.
EuroGP2002 will be held in the historic town of Kinsale, in the
southwest of Ireland, with its pretty streets and natural harbour.
Following the success of last year's conference, the programme will
again include a lively conference debate, along with two invited talks
in areas of interest to conference delegates, and a tutorial given by
one of the leading practitioners in GP.
EuroGP2001 in Italy
EuroGP2000 in Edinburgh
EuroGP99 in Göteburg
EuroGP98 in Paris