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Invited talk for the Contributed Minisymposium, “Application of Linear and Multilinear Algebra in Life Sciences and Engineering” at the 16th Conference of the International Linear Algebra Society, June 21-25, 2010, Pisa, Italy. Shmuel Friedland, chair.
Santa Fe Institute workshop, “Fighting Modern Malware III,” October 15-17, 2008. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Organized by Matt Williamson (Sana Security) and Eric Davis (Google).
Santa Fe Institute workshop, “Fighting Modern Malware II,” October 10-12, 2007. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Organized by Matt Williamson (Sana Security) and Eric Davis (Google).
Invited Plenary Speaker, and Biology Session Chair, for the First IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life, Honolulu, Hawai`i. April 1-5, 2007. Hussein A. Abbass, Mark Bedau, Stefano Nolfi, Janet Wiles co-chairs.
Santa Fe Institute workshop, “The Dynamic Structure of Robustness,” January 4-6, 2007. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Erica Jen and Michele Girvan, co-chairs.
- Santa Fe Institue Workshop On Software Evolvability. David Ackley and Stephanie Forest, co-chairs. July, 2005.
Dept. of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems, Erich Peter Klement, host. Johannes Kepler University, Linz, July, 2003.
- Konrad Lorenz Institute, Altenberg, Austria. Brown Bag Discussions, June 24 , 2003: “Robustness or Evolvability: Which Will Prevail?”
- Special Lecture, IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence 2002, WCCI2002, Honolulu, Hawai`i. David Fogel, General Chair. May 12-17, 2002: “The Problem of Knowledge Incorporation in Evolutionary Algorithms”.
- Plenary Speaker, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2001, CEC2001, Seoul, South Korea. Jong-Hwan Kim, General Chair. May 27-30, 2001: “Exploration vs. Exploitation: Which Do Emergent Representations Choose?”
- Plenary Speaker, EuroGP 2001. Network of Excellence in Evolutionary Computation, Lake Como, Italy. Julian Miller, Marco Tomassini, Co-chairs. April 18-20, 2001.
- Altenberg Workshops in Theoretical Biology, Modularity: Understanding the Development and Evolution of Complex Natural Systems. Konrad Lorenz Institute, Altenberg, Austria. October 26-29, 2000.
- “Emergent Movement”.
Short Courses on the Mathematics of Biological Complexity, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Course Title: Complexity in Evolutionary Biology: Genetic Algorithms, Cellular Automata and Adaptive Landscapes. October 1-4, 2000.
- Keynote speaker, Evolvability Workshop, Artificial Life 7 Conference. Chrystopher Nehaniev, Chair; Mark Bedau, Conference Chair. August 1-8, 2000, Reed College, Portland Oregon.
- Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Special Session on Theory and Foundations of Evolutionary Computation. David Fogel, Chair. July 16-19, 2000, San Diego, CA. Tutorial on Population Genetics and Evolutionary Computation.
- Santa Fe Institute, Evolvability Working Group. Mark Bedau, Paul Marrow, Tom Ray, Chairs. April 6-9, 2000.
- Workshop on Computational Evolutionary Biology and Ecology, Florida State University. Joe Travis, Chair. May 6-8, 1999. Tallahassee, FL.
- Santa Fe Institute Workshop, Towards a Comprehensive Dynamics of Evolution: Exploring the Interplay of Function, Selection, Neutrality, and Accident. “Genome Growth and the Evolution of Evolvability”. October 1998, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- New England Complex Systems Institute, Founding Conference. “The Evolution of Complex Organisms: Compression, Modularity, and Knowledge Representation”. October 1997. Nashua, New Hampshire.
- Santa Fe Institute Workshop, Adaptive Search on Biological and Computational Landscapes. “Genome Growth and the Evolution of the Genotype-Phenotype Map”. July 21-23, 1995, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- Third Annual Conference on Evolutionary Programming. “Emergent Phenomena in Genetic Programming,” February, 1994, San Diego, CA.
- Center for Computational Ecology, Yale University. “Theory on the evolution of the genotype-phenotype map,” September, 1992, New Haven, CT.
- Biocomputation Workshop, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. “Theory on the evolution and complexity of the genotype-phenotype map,” June, 1992, Monterey, CA.
- Santa Fe Institute, Complex Systems Summer School. “How genetic operators can evolve,” June 1991, Santa Fe, NM.
- North American Students of Cooperation Institute, University of Michigan. “The Co-op Angle on Student Activism,” November 1991, Ann Arbor, MI.
- Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems, Duke University. “Chaos from a model of frequency-dependent natural selection,” 1991.
- Duke University Program in Genetics Colloquium, RNA: Genetics, Processing, and Post-transcriptional Control. “Exon shuffling in protein evolution: some theoretical implications,” 1991.
- Interdisciplinary Research Center and Molecular Biology Institute Conference, Information Theory and Genome Sequencing, San Diego State University. “Selection for modularity in the genome,” April, 1990, San Diego, California.
- Department of Mathematics, San Diego State University. “Selective forces on inheritance: genome congealing as a cousin to simulated annealing,” April, 1990.
- Urban Ecology, First International Ecological City Conference. “Education for the ecological city movement: The importance of free social spaces in the university.” April 1990, Berkeley, CA.
- National Youth Science Camp. “Curious meta-creatures of the new evolutionary landscape.” July, 1987, Bartow, West Virginia.