CVs and Activities
Software (not active any more)
Editor in Chief of MIT Press Evolutionary Computation Journal (2002-2009),
Associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation (1996-2004),
Springer Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines (2000-now), Elsevier Theoretical Computer Science - Theory of Natural Computing (TCS-C) (1999-2006),
Soft Computing (2001-now),
and Kluwer Journal of Heuristics (1997-2003). Area Editor of JMLR (2013-now).
- Senior Fellow of the late International Society on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation since 2004, but ISGEC turned in 2005 into SIGEVO ...
- Member (elected) of the Executive Committee of the ACM SIGEVO - Special Interest Group on Evolutionary Computation since 2000, member of the Business Committee 2011-2013, secretary since 2012.
- Council Member of CSS, the Complex System Society.
- Member of the Executive Committee of Evonet, the European Network of Excellence in Evolutionary Computing, throughout its lifetime (1996-2002)
- Chair of the "Comité des projets" of CRI INRIA Saclay - Île-de-France (2010-now)
- Chair of the "Commission Scientifique" of CRI INRIA Saclay - Île-de-France (2008-2010)
- Member of INRIA COST (Scientific and Technological Steering Committee), chair of Prospective WG (2005-2006)
- Founding President (1995-2003) of Association Evolution Artificielle (French Artificial Evolution Society)
- Former president of AFIA (French AI Society) (2002-2004).
Recipient of the Evostar 2008 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Evolutionary Computation
Senior Fellow of the late ISGEC - International Society for Genetic and Evolutionary Computation, elected in 2004. ISGEC has now become SIGEVO, the ACM-Special Interest Group on Evolutionary Computation - but ISGEC fellows have not become ACM fellows :-)
EvolC The home-brewed
evolutionary software has now become totally obsolete thanks to the new EO library
However, if you are using it, you must read the license
agreement that you implicitly agree with :-)
dissertation (written in Dec. 95, defended in Jan. 97)
You can check interesting links (aka "pointers of the month")
here including the one symbolizing the 5 years of French research policy we all want to forget.