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Six Minisymposia have been approved for the 2015 edition of the EUROGEN Conference (Glasgow, UK, 14-16 September, 2015 http://www.strath.ac.uk/eurogen2015/ ):

1. Surrogate-Based Optimization in Aerodynamic Design
2. Adjoint Methods for Steady & Unsteady Optimization
3. Multi-disciplinary Design Optimization
4. Holistic Optimization in Marine Design
5. Game Strategies Combined with Evolutionary Computation - From Theory to Applications
6. Optimization under Uncertainty

You can find the descriptions of the approved Minisymposia at /http://www.strath.ac.uk/eurogen2015/minisymposia/ If  interested, you are kindly invited to contact as soon as possible one of the organisers at the provided email address to communicate the intention to submit.

Extended abstracts/draft papers, and final full papers submitted within the framework of anyone of the Minisimposia have to have the same format of the standard contributions and must be submitted within the standard deadlines through the centralised conference management system (more details can be found at the submission page http://www.strath.ac.uk/eurogen2015/submissions/ ). 
The reviews of the Minisymposia contributions will be managed by the Minisymposia organisers, who will follow the same rules adopted for the standard contributions.

For each Minisymposium the delivery format will be agreed between the  Minisymposium organisers and the Conference organisers to optimise the knowledge exchange in the area.

Next Important dates/Deadlines:
6th Apr 2015:             Deadline for submission of extended abstracts (4-6 pages) or draft papers (up to 8 pages)
8th Jun 2015:             Notification of contribution acceptance


Contacts:
e: eurogen2015-conf@strath.ac.uk
on Twitter follow #EUROGEN2015

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MGO is a #Scala  #library based on the cake pattern for multi-objective evolutionary / genetic algorithms :

- enforcing immutability,
- exposes a modular and extensible architecture,
- implements state of the art algorithms,
- take advantage of multi-core architectures.
- MGO implements NGSAII, SMSEMOEA, CMAES and other diversity based evolutionary algorithms.
- MGO is naturally integrated into openMOLE platform for distributed computing  (http://www.openmole.org/)

MGO is licenced under the GNU Affero GPLv3 software licence. 

You can find source code for standalone usage here :
https://github.com/openmole/mgo

And you can find example of source code for an usage with openMOLE and netlogo simulation model here : 

http://www.openmole.org/documentation/tutorials/ea-with-netlogo/

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A Knowledge Exchange Associate position (post-doc in applied research) on multidisciplinary design optimisation and uncertainty treatment is now open at the University of Strathclyde (glasgow, UK).
Please follow this link: http://www.mis.strath.ac.uk/Personnel/open/1922014.pdf

The post is for 2 years but can be extended even further if funding becomes available. The deadline is in a few weeks.

If you know anyone interested please direct them to the link here above, and for any question just contact me.

Hello! We are new to jMetal, and we are trying to display the particles'  trajectory, when running a method. Is it possible?

A new release of the jMetal framework is available: http://jmetal.sourceforge.net

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We have started a new project to apply multi-objective optimization to the design of bar structures: http://ebesjmetal.sourceforge.net/

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A new release of jMetalCpp, the C++ version of the multi-objective optimization framework jMetal, is available: http://jmetalcpp.sourceforge.net/

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Scientific Visualization,3D View,Multiple workspaces,History matching and explore more features. 

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