Call for Papers
The 7th International Conference on Evolutionary Multi-Criterion Optimization (EMO 2013) will be hosted in Sheffield, UK, from 19-22 March 2013.
EMO 2013 aims to build on the success of the 6th meeting in Ouro Preto, Brazil, in bringing together the EMO and multiple criteria decision making (MCDM) communities, and will also stimulate a new focus on the application of EMO and MCDM research to help solve real problems in government, business and industry.
The conference will include:
Following the research family tradition of the EMO community, the conference will be in single session format, with high-quality, peer-reviewed papers delivered as either oral presentations or as interactive poster presentations.
All accepted works will be published as full papers in Springer-Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Guidelines for the preparation of contributions are available on Spinger's Information for LNCS Authors webpage.
Papers are limited to a maximum size of 15 pages.
Core EMO Track
In the core EMO track, full papers are invited on novel aspects of EMO theory and methodology. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
Full papers are also invited for the integrated MCDM track on new developments in the multiple criteria decision making community that might be blended with EMO themes. Original research, tutorial and survey papers are welcome in this track.
Real-World Applications Track
Papers are invited from both within and outside the academy on real-world problems in government, business, industry and interdisciplinary sciences, whose solutions have benefited from the recent application of EMO or MCDM methods. Papers are also invited that address the issues that decision makers have in trusting formal approaches over their own experience and intuitions.
|Submission deadline||14 September 2012|
|Notification of acceptance||4 November 2012|
|Camera-ready submission||2 December 2012|
|EMO 2013 conference||19-22 March 2013|