Due to several high-quality abstracts and full papers which have been submitted, we are happy to announce that the organizers of the MCDM'2011 conference allowed us to have two EMO sessions this year. Both sessions took place on the second day of the conference on June 14, 2011 in the Gamma room in the 2nd floor of the conference venue. In the following detailed program, speakers are marked with a *.

  Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization (EMO) I
Tuesday June 14, 2011 in Gamma room (2nd floor)
10:15–10:40 Dhanesh Padmanabhan*: A Clustering-based Methodology for Discontinuous Pareto Frontier Representation
10:40–11:05 Sunith Bandaru*, Michael S. Bittermann, and Kalyanmoy Deb: Discovering design principles for soft multi-objective decision-making
11:05–11:30 Kalyanmoy Deb* and Sunith Bandaru: Lower and Higher-Level Knowledge Discovery from Pareto-Optimal Sets
11:30–11:55 Tamara Ulrich*: Pareto-Set Analysis: Biobjective Clustering in Decision and Objective Space
  Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization (EMO) II
Tuesday June 14, 2011 in Gamma room (2nd floor)
13:00–13:25 José Ferreira, A. Gaspar-Cunha*, and Carlos Fonseca : Experimental evaluation of some preference parametrization schemes
13:25–13:50 Heike Trautmann* and Tobias Wagner: Indicator-Based Selection in Multi-objective Evolutionary Optimization Algorithms based on the Desirability Index
13:50–14:15 Leonard Judt, Olaf Mersmann, and Boris Naujoks*: Non-monotonicity of obtained hypervolume in 1-greedy S-Metric Selection
14:15–14:40 Saúl Zapotecas-Martínez* and Carlos Coello Coello: A Multi-Objective Nonlinear Simplex Search

All talks in the EMO sessions were planned to be of at most 20 minutes length with additional 5 minutes of questions. The slides had to be uploaded via the conference web page and will be made available for some of the presentations later on.