Discount Available Until 25 June 2016
The 14th International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN XIV), is organised by Edinburgh Napier University and will be held at the John McIntyre Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK from 17-21 September 2016.
The organising committee invites guests to make use of our early registration discount.
EARLY Registration until 25 June 2016
STUDENT 375 GBP REGULAR 500 GBP
LATE Registration from 26 June - 12 Sept 2016
STUDENT 510 GBP REGULAR 675 GBP
All prices are shown in British pounds sterling.
Registration information and a secure payment link are available at http://www.ppsn2016.org/conference/registration
The titles of accepted papers are now available at http://www.ppsn2016.org/conference/accepted-papers
A draft conference schedule can be viewed at
A list of tutorials can be seen at http://www.ppsn2016.org/conference/tutorials
A list of workshops is available at
A list of Keynote Speakers is available at
The single registration fee allows access to all tutorials, workshops and all conference sessions over five days and includes lunches and coffee breaks at the conference venue and also one ticket for the conference dinner (additional tickets available for purchase) and any other social events arranged by the conference organisers. Also included is a USB stick containing the PPSN2016 conference proceedings. Hard copy volumes are NOT included as part of the registration fee but are available for separate purchase directly from Springer.
The early booking discount is given to all registrations received by 25 June 2016, thereafter registrations will be charged at the higher rate.
25% student discounts are Available To MATRICULATED STUDENTS from recognised academic institutions studying for degrees in subjects relevant to natural computing and you will be asked to supply proof of your status at registration in Edinburgh to confirm you are entitled to this reduced student fee.
Online registration and payment are available via a SSL secure website operated by Edinburgh Napier University in conjunction with Thawte as verified by VISA and using MasterCard SecureCode. Online payment can be made using VISA, MASTERCARD, VISA DEBIT, VISA ELECTRON. Please note that payment is charged in British pounds sterling at the rates shown below. Please note that sending funds by bank transfer is not available for this conference.
The 14th International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature PPSN 2016) will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 17-21 September 2016. This biennial meeting brings together researchers and practitioners in the field of Natural Computing: the study of computational systems inspired by nature, including biological, ecological, physical, chemical, and social systems. This is a fast-growing interdisciplinary field, featuring a range of techniques and methods for dealing with large, complex, and dynamic problems with various sources of potential uncertainties.
PPSN 2016 will showcase a wide range of topics in Natural Computing including, but not restricted to: Evolutionary Computation, Artificial Neural Networks, Artificial Life, Swarm Intelligence, Artificial Immune Systems, Self-Organising Systems, Emergent Behaviours, Molecular Computing, Evolutionary Robotics, Evolvable Hardware and Applications to Real-World Problems. PPSN 2016 will also feature workshops and tutorials covering advanced and fundamental topics in the field of Natural Computing.
Following the well-established PPSN tradition, all accepted papers will be presented during poster sessions of about 16 papers. Each session will contain papers from a variety of topics, and will begin with a brief plenary overview by a distinguished researcher in the field. All accepted papers will be published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series by Springer.
We look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh for PPSN 2016
The PPSN Organising Committee
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