William B. Langdon

He has been working with genetic programming since 1993. His current research uses GP to genetically improve existing software, CUDA, search based software engineering and Bioinformatics. Indeed GI has been used to significantly improve a widely used bioinformatics tool, nVidia software running on graphics hardware and a GPU kernel for NMR medical imaging registration. He co-organised the computational intelligence on GPUs (CIGPU) series of workshops, the first EvoPAR track in the European conference on applications of evolutionary computation and last year was co-chair of the GECCO genetic programming track. His books include A Field Guide to Genetic Programming, Foundations of Genetic Programming and Advances in Genetic Programming 3. He also maintains the genetic programming bibliography.

  • Location: UCL
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