11th European Workshop on Evolutionary Computation in Image Analysis and Signal Processing

Evolutionary algorithms have been shown  to be tools which can be used effectively in  the development of systems (software  or hardware) for image  analysis  and signal  processing  in complex  domains of  high industrial and social relevance.

EvoIASP, the longest running of  all EvoWorkshops, has been the first, and  is   still  the  only,   event  specifically  dedicated   to  the applications of  evolutionary computation  (EC) to image analysis and signal  processing  (IASP)  and  offers researchers  in  those  fields world-wide, as well as people from industry, an opportunity to present their  latest  research  and to discuss  current  developments  and applications,  besides  fostering  closer future  interaction  between members of the three scientific communities.

The  ten editions  of the  Workshop so  far were  held  in Gothenburg, Sweden  (1999), Edinburgh,  UK  (2000), Como,  Italy (2001),  Kinsale, Ireland  (2002),  Colchester,  UK  (2003), Coimbra,  Portugal  (2004), Lausanne,  Switzerland  (2005),  Budapest, Hungary  (2006),  Valencia, Spain (2007), and Naples, Italy (2008).

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • applications of evolutionary computation to real-life IASP problems,
  • evolvable vision and signal processing hardware,
  • evolutionary pattern recognition,
  • hybrid architectures for machine vision and signal processing
  • including evolutionary components,
  • theoretical developments,
  • comparisons between different evolutionary techniques and between evolutionary and non-evolutionary techniques in IASP applications,
  • time series analysis by means of EC techniques.

Publication details
Accepted papers will be published in a volume of the
Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science together with papers from other workshops of the EvoStar conference.

For the list of accepted papers click here.

Submission Details

  • Please use LNCS format    

  • Submissions should be no more than 10 pages in english

  • As we are adopting a double-blind peer review process, please ensure to anonymise your submission by removing all references to the authors.

Chairs and Programme Commitee

Program Chair
Stefano Cagnoni - cagnoni AT ce.unipr.it

EvoIASP Programme Committee (to be confirmed)

   Lucia Ballerini (UK)
   Bir Bhanu (USA)
   Leonardo Bocchi (Italy)
   Stefano Cagnoni (Italy)
   Ela Claridge (UK)
   Oscar Cordon (Spain)
   Ivanoe De Falco (Italy)
   Antonio Della Cioppa (Italy)
   Laura Dipietro (USA)
   Marc Ebner (Germany)
   Spela Ivekovic (UK)
   Mario Koeppen (Germany)
   Krisztof Krawiec (Poland)
   Evelyne Lutton (France)
   Luca Mussi (Italy)
Ferrante Neri (Finland)
   Gustavo Olague (Mexico)
   Riccardo Poli (UK)
   Stephen Smith (UK)
   Giovanni Squillero (Italy)
   Kiyoshi Tanaka (Japan)
   Ankur M. Teredesai (USA)
   Andy Tyrrell (UK)
   Leonardo Vanneschi (Italy)
   Mengjie Zhang (New Zealand)

Publicity Chair

Ivanoe De Falco, ICAR, National Research Council of Italy, Italy - ivanoe.defalco(at)na.icar.cnr.it

Evo* Local Chair
Marc Ebner, Universität Tübingen,Germany - marc.ebner(at)wsii.uni-tuebingen.de

Evo* Coordinator and Administrative Contact
Jennifer Willies, The Centre for Informatics Research, Napier University, Scotland, UK. - j.willies(at)napier.ac.uk