Call for Late Breaking Abstracts:
Two-page Abstracts describing late-breaking developments in the field of genetic and evolutionary computation are being solicited for presentation at the Late Breaking Abstracts Workshop at the 2013 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2013) to be held 06-10 July, 2013 (Saturday - Wednesday) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and inclusion in a CD-ROM to be distributed to all attendees of the conference and in the ACM Digital Library.
||March 28, 2013
|Camera Ready Files Deadline:
|| April 11, 2013
|Author registration Deadline:
||to be determined
Late-breaking abstracts will be briefly examined for relevance and minimum standards of acceptability, but will not be peer reviewed in detail.
Acceptance decisions will be made as soon as possible after receipt of the submission, until the March 28, 2013 deadline. Authors of accepted late-breaking abstracts will individually retain copyright (and all other rights) to their late-breaking abstracts. Accepted late breaking abstracts with no authors registered by the deadline will not appear in the Late-Breaking Abstracts section in the CD-ROM nor the ACM Digital Library.
How to Submit a Paper
Submission site: https://ssl.linklings.net/conferences/gecco
Submission Deadline: Thursday, March 28, 2013, 23:59 pacific standard time..
The review system remains open for 3 hours after the deadline so as not to interrupt last minute uploads.
Page limit: 2 pages using ACM template.
Author agreement: By submitting a paper, the author(s) agree that, if their paper is accepted, they will:
||Submit a final, revised, camera-ready version to the publisher by Thursday, April 11, 2013 -11:59pm Pacific Standard time.
||Register at least one author to attend the conference by TBA. Any other authors who attend the conference must also register, but they do not have a registration deadline.
||Attend the conference (at least one author) and present the accepted paper at the conference.
File Preparation Instructions
||Description of link
LaTex Option 2
A page on the ACM website with download links for
- Word, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9 template files
- Several LaTeX options. Use Option 2
- LaTeX FAQ and ACM help
||The .doc that you will find
at the ACM
page. Placed here for your convenience to download
now with a righ-click and Save Target As....
The ACM Copyright Notice must appear on the first page of your paper, on the bottom, left of the first page. This statement must appear in 8 pt. Times New Roman, justified text, with GECCO'13 in italics. The ACM templates you use to submit your paper for review contain a sample copyright notice. The exact text of the copyright statement will be provided for accepted authors after paper acceptance decisions are made.
Links to the templates and
notices, along with instructions on how to use them, can
be found in the Templates section of this
Page Mandatory Sections
Your submission must include all of
these ACM first page mandatory sections:
the title of your paper so that the first letter
of the main words in your title is an uppercase letter,
Genetic and Evolutionary Computation and You
the following information for each author: Name,
Affiliation, Address, Email address
and Subject Descriptors: Select the category
and descriptors in the ACM Computing Classification
Scheme that best describe the content of your
paper. Include the codes and descriptive words
on the first page of your paper.
ACM Computing Classification Scheme: http://www.acm.org/class/1998/
Help on how to classify works using the ACM
Computing Classification System: http://www.acm.org/class/how_to_use.html
Terms: This section is limited to the following
16 terms. Select one of the following general
terms that best describes the content of your
submission: Algorithms, Management, Measurement,
Documentation, Performance, Design, Economics,
Reliability, Experimentation, Security, Human
Factors, Standardization, Languages, Theory,
Legal Aspects, Verification.
choose the terms by which would like your to be
indexed. Include your choice of keywords that describe
the content of your submission.
Color Images, Figures, Graphs, Tables, Charts
Your color images will appear in color
on the proceedings CD-ROM and in the ACM Digital Library.
We recommend that:
Images be at
least 300 or 600 dpi for quality reproduction.
and chart rules are at least 0.5 pt and
black. Finer lines and point size will not
reproduce well, even if you can see them on your
laser printed hardcopy. Keep in mind that your
laser printers have a far lower resolution that
the imagesetters that will be used to produce
All fonts be
embedded or included in figures. If your
figure uses custom, or any non-standard font,
the characters may appear differently when printed
in the proceedings. Be sure to embed or include
If you use images
or figures assembled from multiple images, embed
the images, and/or flatten or group layers correctly.
The images must not be lined.
Check the final layout of your paper:
Page and Column
Breaks: check for paragraph "widows"; that
is the last line of a paragraph is at the top
of a page or column. To correct paragraph widows,
either tighten the previous column, or force
the next-to-the-last sentence to the next page.
Sub-section headings should remain with at
least 2 lines of body text when near the end
of a page or column.
About the Registration Requirement for Authors
GECCO requires at least one author of each
accepted paper (the presenting author) to complete a paid
registration by the author registration deadline. GECCO requires
at least one author to register to attend the conference,
so that someone is at the conference to present the research.
If an accepted paper has more than one author,
and more than one of those authors will attend, then each
author who attends the conference must pay a registration.
Only the presenting author must register by the deadline;
the other authors do not have a deadline to register.
If an author is the presenting author
for more than one accepted paper, the presenting author
pays only one registration.
For more information, contact Late Breaking Abstracts Chair Francisco Luna