University of Vermont

Department of Computer Science

Evolutionary Computation Research Event

Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016

You're invited to come see what our creative and talented graduate students are doing in Evolutionary Computation!

CS/CSYS 352 Evolutionary Computation Mini-Conference
Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016
1:30-4:15, 223 Votey Hall, UVM

1:30-1:55 “Speech emotion Recognition: Feature selection through Genetic Algorithms”, by Laurence Clarfeld, Viktoria Manukyan, Xipei Liu

1:58-2:23 “Evaluation of Evolutionary Computation Strategies to Select Gray Matter Volumes to Classify Adolescents With and Without a History of Interpersonal Trauma”, by Matthew Price

2:26-2:51 “Feeding the World: An Evolutionary Method to Optimize Dynamic Intervention-Driven Change”, by Ariel Langevin, Chase Stratton, and Serge Wiltshire

2:54-3:19 “Optimizing Monte Carlo with evolutionary algorithms”, by Nathan S. Nichols and Benjamin Himberg

3:22-3:47 “Towards Unraveling the Role of Time in Evolution”, by Collin Cappelle and Sam Kriegman

3:50-4:15 “Evolving Options Trading Strategies”, by David R. Dewhurst, John H. Ring IV, Colin M. Van Oort