CFP: Special Session on Evolutionary Robotics

ISIAC 2008 Call for Papers Special Session on Evolutionary Robotics The 7th International Symposium on Intelligent Automation and Control
of the World Automation Congress (WAC 2008) 28 September - 2 October 2008 Waikoloa, Hawaii
Evolutionary robotics is a research area that makes use of the various forms of evolutionary computation (EC) to provide a means of learning in robots. The use of EC can reduce development effort and allow the system to be adaptive to changes. This special session is intended to bring together a group of researchers who are interested in evolutionary robotics. Any research in this area is of interest; some specific examples may be:
Evolving control programs Evolving neural network controllers Fuzzy controller evolution Online verses offline learning Learning coordinated control Evolving sensor placement Hardware evolution Evolving morphology Co-evolving control
Full paper (4 - 6 pages) submissions in PDF should be made at the WAC 2008 website by 31 January 2008. See the Author's Kit (http:// for format instructions, templates, and submission procedures. Please also email your submission to Joseph Blumenthal at
Session Organizers Joseph Blumenthal, George Mason University, Washington, DC, USA Gary Parker, Connecticut College, New London, CT, USA
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