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FAQ: comp.ai.genetic part 4/6 (A Guide to Frequently Asked Questions)
Section - Q13: What Evolutionary Computation Associations exist?

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  ISGEC: International Society for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation

     Formed  in late 1999 from the merger of the International Society for
     GENETIC ALGORITHMs (ISGA)  and  the  GENETIC  PROGRAMMING  Conference
     organization.  This society brings together the oldest society in the
     field of EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION (ISGA) as well as the  two  largest
     conferences  in  the  field.   The  ISGEC should help bring a greater
     sense of unity, order, and inclusiveness  to  the  growing  field  of
     genetic and evolutionary computation.

     The ISGEC embraces all facets of its growing field, including genetic
     algorithms, genetic programming, EVOLUTION  STRATEGIEs,  EVOLUTIONARY
     PROGRAMMING,  CLASSIFIER  SYSTEMs,  evolvable  hardware, and emerging
     areas including (but not limited to) immune system learning, DNA  and
     molecular  computing,  ant OPTIMIZATION, evolutionary robotics, ECHO,
     Tierra, and genetic scheduling. The  society  and  its  annual  GECCO
     conference  are  dynamically  structured  so  as  to continuously and
     automatically embrace new directions of research and new participants
     in the field.

     ISGEC is a formal membership society.  Special arrangements have been
     negotiated to provide the two journals Evolutionary  Computation  and
     Genetic  Programming and Evolvable Machines to all members as part of
     their membership.   Society  members  will  also  get  a  significant
     discount  at  society  conferences  and  workshops, such as GECCO and
     FOGA.

     Information about ISGEC is available from http://www.isgec.org

  EvoNet
     EvoNet is a Europe wide network  of  evolutionary  computing  experts
     that supports research and facilitates the transfer of knowledge from
     academia to industry. EvoNet is funded by the European Union.

     Contact  details:    Website:  http://www.dcs.napier.ac.uk/evonet/
     Email:  <evonet@dcs.napier.ac.uk>  Post: EvoNet, School of Computing,
     Napier University, 219 Colinton Rd, Edinburgh, EH6 8RR, UK.  Tel: +44
     (0)131 455 4218, Fax: +44 (0)131 455 4440

  EPS: Evolutionary Programming Society
     Membership is $40/year ($10/year for students with id) and also gives
     you a discounted registration at the annual conference. You can  also
     order EP proceedings ($30/members, $45/other) from EPS.

     Address: Evolutionary Programming Society, 9363 Towne Centre Dr., San
     Diego, CA 92121, Attn: Bill Porto, Treasurer.

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