PPSN 2010 and Evolving Ants

For the next days I will be attending PPSN 2010, in Krakow, Poland. I was here for the venue two years ago and it was a conference that I enjoyed very much. Mostly because of the model which is different from the standard ones (poster only format, absence of parallel sessions and a summary presentation … Continue reading PPSN 2010 and Evolving Ants

Going to Evo* in Istanbul

Although a bit late for this post but the year started with a good news: the paper I co-authored with Salma Mesmoudi was accepted at EvoBIO 2010. So, I am going to Istanbul to attend the Evo* set of conferences and workshops. This paper results from my final time at INRIA with Salma. We are … Continue reading Going to Evo* in Istanbul

Back from PPSN X

Just got back from PPSN 2008 and I enjoyed it very much. It was my first time at this conference and I believe the poster only format, absence of parallel sessions and a summary presentation of the papers by the session chair works very well. You are given a quick overview of the papers, having a bit … Continue reading Back from PPSN X

Bio-inspired Algorithms for the Vehicle Routing Problem

And it seems our book is almost out! Springer already put it on its website and it’s announced in Amazon.com and UK. This book is part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence series and has some of the most recent advances of evolutionary approaches to VRP variants. I can hardly wait to see it on … Continue reading Bio-inspired Algorithms for the Vehicle Routing Problem

CiteULike

I’ve decided to take a more serious look at CiteULike as a way to keep a list of my publications and, most important, to start a reference library. Why? Well, first it’s easy to keep your publications and have some additional services attached: tags, comments, easy export, links, etc. Second, having a livrary of articles … Continue reading CiteULike