See ya in PPSN

Today is the last, final and defintive day for submitting papers to the PPSN (Parallel Problem Solving from Nature) conference, and I think we’ve beaten some record here, since our research group (the extended GeNeura, with visiting researchers, other partners in research groups, and so no) is submitting 10 papers. Taking into account the usual PPSN acceptance rate, we’ll probably only manage to get 3 accepted, so anything more than that will really be a success.
There are several evolutionary computation conferences out there, some of them good, some not as good, but for us PPSN is the absolute best. This would be the seudo-20th anniversary (actually, 10th edition, 18th anniversary), and for us it would be our personal 12th anniversary, since the first time we had something admitted in that conference was in 1996, and we haven’t failed a single one (even organized one of them). So even if this year we’re attending all EC conferences there are (CEC, GECCO -yes, GECCO-, Evostar), we really can’t miss this one.
So if you are submitting to PPSN (more than 220, for the time being), good luck, and see you there!