Tuesday, May 24, 2005
Live from Aguascalientes
After a funny trip that last from 36 hours instead of the 11 intended, I finally got to Aguascalientes (México). Felipe Padilla invited me to give a talk about the role of evolutionary computation in collaborative innovation and creativity at the Second Mexican Conference on Evolutionary Computation (COMCEV’2005). This is not a déjà vu or, as Carl Jung may call it, synchronicity. Dave Golberg is currently in Shangai giving a related talk too. Check his blog entry here. CONCEV'2005 is hosted this year at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes. Key note speakers for the conference are Francisco Herrera, Thomas Stützle, Katya Rodríguez Vázquez, and myself. Around thirty evolutionary computation papers will be presented in the conference.