Evolutionary Algorithms, Fractals, Cooperative-coevolution, Interactive Evolution.
Evelyne Lutton is graduated from the French Telecom Paris Engineering School (1986), received her PhD in 1990 from Telecom Paris Doctoral school, and her habilitation in 1999 from Orsay university. She is research director at INRA (MIA department) in the MALICES research team of the GMPA UMR (Versailles-Grignon research unit). Before that, she was researcher at INRIA (1991-2013), where she was successively scientific manager of the FRACTALES, COMPLEX and APIS research teams (2000-2009), and finally member of the AVIZ team (2009-2013). Her scientific research concern Evolutionary Algorithms, Fractals, Cooperative-coevolution, and Interactive evolution, with applications in image, signal, medical imaging, and agrifood process modeling.
She founded the EA association in 1994, was secretary, then treasurer of this association, and now chairs the EA steering committe since 2007.
She is involved in the organisation of the Artificial Evolution conferences serie (since 1994), and of the Fractals in Engineering conferences (1997-2001). She was program chair of the EuroGP conference in 2002 and co-chairs since 2006 a Workshop on interactive evolution within the Evo* conferences annual event.
She teaches Artificial Evolution and Fractals at ENSTA since 2000, and Heuristics and Evolutionary Aglorithms at Agro-ParisTech since 2012.
She is scientific advisor and founder of the Cetoine company (an INRIA start-up).
She is IEEE senior member, and the chair of the WIE-France affinity group since 2012.