The Metaheuristics International Conference (MIC) conference series was established in 1995 and
this is its 14th edition!
MIC is nowadays the main event focusing on the progress of the area of Metaheuristics and their applications. As in all previous editions, provides an opportunity to the international research community in Metaheuristics to discuss recent research results, to develop new ideas and collaborations, and to meet old and make new friends in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
MIC'2022 is focus on presentations that cover different aspects of metaheuristic research such as new algorithmic developments, high-impact and original applications, new research challenges, theoretical developments, implementation issues, and in-depth experimental studies. MIC'2022 strives a high-quality program that will be completed by a number of invited talks, tutorials, workshops and special sessions.
Althought the emergency status in Italy ended last 30th March, to facilitate the participants given the particular moment, MIC 2022 offers the opportunity to attend also in online mode. Anyway, the organizing committee strongly encourages attendance in person.
MIC'2022 solicits contributions dealing with any aspect of metaheuristics. Typical, but not exclusive,
topics of interest are:
New Submission Deadline: April 30th, 2022
Notification of acceptance: June 3rd, 2022
Camera-ready copy: June 13th, 2022
Early Registration: June 13th, 2022
Late Registration: from June 14th, 2022
|MIC 2022 will be held at the Department of Architecture, which is placed in an old military barracks located at the extreme southern tip of the Ortigia island.
The Department's prestigious and wonderful location is also enhanced by being close to the one of the most important Sweban monument which is Castello di Maniace (the Castle of Maniace), built between 1232 and 1240 by Frederick II. It is one of the best known Frederick's castles, made up of a strictly plan square and circular towers, and it is a magnificant example of the military architecture of Frederick II.