|Evolutionary Methods for Design, Optimisation and Control with Applications to Industrial and Societal Problems (EUROGEN 2005)|
|Date:||September 12, 2005 - September 14, 2005|
|Location:||Arabella Sheraton Bogenhausen, Arabellastrasse 5, 81925 Munich, Germany|
|Organizer:||Institute for Fluidmechanics / Hydraulic Machinery Department, University of Technology Munich|
|Application Areas:||Turbomachinery, Automotive, Aerospace, Power Generation, Environmental, Biomedical & Pharmaceutical, Pumps and Fans, General CFD|
|Type of Event:||Conference, International|
EUROGEN'05 is the sixth of a series of International Conferences previously held in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (1995), Trieste (1997), Jyväskylä (1999), Athens (2001) and Barcelona (2003), and devoted to Evolutionary Computing for Industrial Applications. It aims a bringing together specialists from Universities, Research Institutions and Industries developing or applying Evolutionary Methods in optimisation of design and emphasizing industrial and societal applications.
This series of conferences were originally launched by the European Thematic Network INGENET. EUROGEN'05 is an ECCOMAS Thematic Conference organized in association MEGADESIGN.
The conference will include invited lectures, contributed lectures, minisymposia and special technological session.
An Eccomas Thematic Conference
EUROGEN 2005 is one of the Thematic Conferences of the European Community in Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS). For further informationon ECCOMAS visit: www.cimne.upc.es/eccomas.
Evolutionary Algorithms, including Evolutionary Programming (EP), Evolution Strategies (ES), Genetic Algorithms (GA), and Genetic Programming (GP)
Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms (EMOAs) and Constraint Handling methods
Hybridization with standard optimisation tools (Gradient techniques, Combinatorial Optimisation methods, ...)
Response Surface Methods and other embeddings of Machine Learning Techniques
Parallel and Distributed Evolutionary Algorithms (from LANs to the GRID)
Multi-disciplinary optimisation methods
Economic and Social simulations
Multi Criteria Decision Making Tools
Major Application Areas
Aeronautics Transport Turbomachinery Manufacturing Electromagnetics Electronics Energy Environment Bio Engineering and Medicine Systems Dependability Statistical Shape Analysis Stochastics Geometry
|Event record first posted on October 27, 2004, last modified on October 28, 2004|