The Julian Francis Miller Award is given for important contributions to the algorithmic exploration and embodiment of evolution, development and/or learning.
The SPECIES Summer School is looking for students interested in gaining evolutionary computation and general research work skills, networking with the school mentors and with other students and enjoying a nice stay by the Mediterranean! We specially encourage women and
Applications for the 2023 SPECIES Scholarships are now open. Find all the details in the Scholarships 2023 webpage.
The <3′ (or ❤️’) video challenge involves producing a less than three minute video, in one of these two categories: EvoStar category: describe your own research, or your latest EvoStar paper. SPECIES category: describe an evolutionary computation concept or issue.
Professor Susan Stepney has been awarded the 2023 Julian Francis Miller prize for her outstanding contributions to the algorithmic exploration and embodiment of evolution, development, and learning.
Twenty years after the last EvoNet summer school we retake the initiative!
Join us if your are a student interested in gaining evolutionary computation and general research work skills, networking with the school mentors and with other students and enjoying a nice stay by the Mediterranean!
The <1' challenge involves producing a less than one minute video, in one of two categories, Evo* and SPECIES. Prizes include a 200€ Amazon voucher. Submit your video before October 14th!!
SPECIES offers up to three scholarships in its areas of interest, for current PhD students and recent graduates (24 months prior to the application deadline) to work with relevant research groups. +info in the Scholarships page
SPECIES — the Society for the Promotion of Evolutionary Computation in Europe and its Surroundings calls for peace and is solidary with the victims of war. We stand for peace and cooperation as the primary tools for welfare, freedom, prosperity, and progress.
The 25th EvoStar conference will take place in Madrid, Spain, from 20 to 22 April 2022. Join us to discover the latest advances in Evolutionary Computation, meet old friends and/or make new ones – in person or online! Check the