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- GECCO-2011: Call for New Frontiers Track Proposals
- Post Doc Position Announcement (Satyandra K. Gupta)
- PRICAI 2010, Call for Participation
- Last Call For Participation: WORLDCOMP'10 congress, July 12-15, 2010, Las ...
- Post-doc at Oxford University in Combinatorial Optimization
- AIAI2010 - Workshop on Computational Intelligence for Modeling and Prediction
- CFP_Special Issue of EAAI journal_Local Search Algorithms for Real-World S...
- ACM-SAC 2001 EC track CFP
- CFP: International Conference on Swarm, Evolutionary and Memetic Computing...
- Congress on Intelligent Systems & Software Engineering (EI Compendex/ISTP/...
CALENDAR OF GA-RELATED ACTIVITIES: (with EC-Digest issue reference)
GECCO'10,Genetic and Evol Comp Conference, Portland, Oregon,July 7-11 '10(v23n9)
CEC'10,IEEE Congress on Evol. Comp., Barcelona, Spain, July 18-23 2010 (v24n5)
PRICAI'10,11th Pacific Rim Intl Conf on AI, Daegu, Korea, Aug30-Sept2 '10(v24n7)
ICES'10,9th Intl Conference on Evolvable Systems, York, UK, Sep 5-8, 2010(v24n2)
ANTS10,7th Intl Conf on Swarm Intelligence, Brussels, Belgium,Sep8-10 '10(v23n9)
PPSN'10,11th Intl Conf on Parallel Problem ..., Krakow, Poland, Sep 11-15(v23n9)
PABA'10,3rd WKSP on Parallel Arch. and Bio...,Vienna, Austria,Sep11-15'10(v24n6)
AIAI 2010,6th IFIP Conf on AI Applicatio..., Ayia Napa, Cyprus, Oct5-7'10(v24n7)
META'10,Intl. Conf. on Meta. and Nature ..., Djerba, Tunisia,Oct28-30'10 (v24n5)
BIONETICS'10,5th Intl ICST Conf on Bio-Inspi...,Boston, MA, USA,Dec1-3'10(v24n6)
NaBIC'10,2nd World Congress on Nature ..., Kitakyushu, Japan,Dec 15-17'10(v24n6)
SEMCCO'10,Intl Conf on Swarm, Evolut..., Chennai, India, Dec. 16-18, 2010(v24n6)
FOGA'11,Foundations of Gen. Alg. XI, Schwarzenberg, Austria, Jan 5-9 2011(v24n3)
ACM-SAC11,26th ACM Symp Applied Comp EC Track,TaiChung Taiwan,Mar21-25'11(v24n7)
IEEE SDE'11,IEEE Symp on Differential Evolution,Paris, France,Apr11-15'11(v24n6)
ICANNGA'11,Intl Conf. on Adaptive and ...,Ljubljana, Slovenia,Apr14-16'11(v24n6)
GECCO'11,Genetic and Evol Comp Conference, Dublin, Ireland,July 12-16 '11(v24n7)
Sender: Pier Luca Lanzi <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: GECCO-2011: Call for New Frontiers Track Proposals
2011 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO-2011)
July 12-16, Dublin, Ireland
Organized by ACM SIGEVO
20th International Conference on Genetic Algorithms (ICGA) and the 16th Annual
Genetic Programming Conference (GP)
One Conference - Many Mini-Conferences‚ 15 Program Tracks
The organization of GECCO 2011 is well underway and we are happy to announce a
very exciting program of tracks:
- Ant Colony Optimization and Swarm Intelligence
- Artificial Life, Evolutionary Robotics, Adaptive Behaviour and Evolvable
- Bioinformatics, Computational, Systems and Synthetic Biology
- Estimation of Distribution Algorithms
- Evolutionary Strategies, Evolutionary Programming
- Evolutionary (& Metaheuristics) Combinatorial Optimisation
- Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimisation
- Generative and Developmental Systems
- Genetic Algorithms
- Genetic Programming
- Genetics-based Machine Learning
- Parallel Evolutionary Systems
- Real World Applications
- Search Based Software Engineering
For GECCO-2011, we wish to expand the list of usual tracks with one New
Frontiers Tracks (NFTs).
The goal of New Frontiers Tracks is to allow our community to explore emerging,
exciting new ideas that relate or impinge into Genetic and Evolutionary
Computation and Natural Computing.
Thus, we are delighted to invite for NFTs proposals.
** NEW FRONTIERS TRACK PROPOSAL FORMAT **
Proposals should include a track title, the list of up to two co-chairs and an
abstract of max 1000 characters. The abstract should both (i) describe the track
focus and (ii) point out why the track should be added to GECCO.
** SUBMISSION **
Proposals for NFTs should be submitted to Natalio Krasnogor
([log in to unmask]) with subject‚ "GECCO 2011 NFT Proposal"‚
not later than 30th June 2010.
** SELECTION **
The list of all NFTs will be in display at GECCO 2010 and a ballot (details to
be announced later) will be carried out during GECCO 2010.
Prospective chairs will be allowed to submit a one minute video to support their
track. The videos will be put on-line on the GECCO-2011 website.
The most voted NFT will be selected for inclusion into GECCO 2011 program. The
selected NFT will have the same status, editorial procedures and quality control
as normal GECCO tracks. NFTs are expected to run for one year only.
We believe this to be an exciting opportunity for the community to explore
innovative, perhaps risky & adventurous research topics, within the framework of
the top conference in the field. Hence, we very much look forward for a strong
response from the community to this call for New Frontiers Track proposals!
Sender: Petr Svec <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Post Doc Position Announcement (Satyandra K. Gupta)
Position Description: Research Associate (Post-Doc) position in the development
of autonomous unmanned vehicles area. The scope of the work includes autonomy in
mission planning, trajectory planning, planning for sensor deployment and
communication, and control. Solutions are desired for both single vehicle as
well as multi vehicle problems. The selected candidate will utilize machine
learning and simulation techniques to develop planning and control algorithms
for unmanned systems.
Required Expertise: Expertise is required in the areas of fundamentals of
robotics, machine learning (evolutionary computation, reinforcement learning),
motion planning, perception, control systems, and vehicle dynamics. Hands on
experience with physical testing and construction of robots and/or unmanned
systems would be considered as an advantage.
Selection of potential candidates will begin immediately.
Application package: Interested candidates should submit the following by email
in a single PDF file to [log in to unmask] and as CC to [log in to unmask]
1. Curriculum vitae with a list of at least 3 references.
2. At least two papers which could be either published, accepted for
publication, or in-preparation which demonstrate some of the required
expertise mentioned above.
3. Relevant courses taken during Ph.D. studies.
4. Expected date of graduation (for those who are currently pursuing a Ph.D.)
5. Doctoral dissertation topic.
6. A one-page summary of research background and interests and how it aligns
with the current position.
Satyandra K. Gupta, Ph.D.
Professor and Director, Maryland Robotics Center
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Institute for Systems Research
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Office: 3143 Martin Hall
Email: [log in to unmask]
Phone: (301) 405 5306
FAX: (301) 314 9477
WWW Personal: http://www.glue.umd.edu/~skgupta/
Sender: TaeGil Noh <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: PRICAI 2010, Call for Participation
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
The 11th Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Aug. 30 - Sept. 2, 2010
The Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (PRICAI) is
the leading conference in the Pacific Rim region for presentation of research
in Artificial Intelligence, including its applications to problems of social and
economic importance. The objectives of PRICAI are:
- to provide a forum for the introduction and discussion of new research
results, concepts, & technologies;
- to provide practising engineers exposure to and an evaluation of evolving
research, tools, and practices;
- to provide the research community exposure to the problems of practical
applications of AI; and
- to encourage the exchange of AI technologies and experience within Pacific
PRICAI 2010 attempts to meet the needs of a large and diverse constituency,
which includes researchers, practitioners, educators, and users. Topics of
PRICAI 2010 include:
- AI foundations, Applications of AI, Agents, Bayesian networks, Bioinformatics,
Bio-inspired intelligence, Cognitive systems, Constraint satisfaction, Data
mining and knowledge discovery, Decision theory, Education and tutoring
systems, Evolutionary computation, Games and interactive entertainment,
Heuristics, Information retrieval and extraction, Knowledge acquisition and
ontology, Knowledge representation, Machine learning, Markov networks,
Multimedia and arts, Multimodal interaction, Natural language processing,
Neural networks, Planning and scheduling, Probabilistic inference, Reasoning,
Robotics, Search, Text/Web/Internet mining, Social intelligence, Speech and
dialogue systems, Uncertainty, Vision and perception, Others
The conference will be held at the Novotel Hotel in Daegu. Daegu is the fourth
largest city in South Korea and has been the center of history, administration,
education, and culture. The city has many cultural heritages and tourist
attractions to well display Korean culture as well as complexes, department
stores and large shopping malls.
• T1: Understanding Videos – Human Activity Analysis
Michael S. Ryoo (ETRI, Korea) and Kris M. Kitani (U of Electro-
• T2: Game Theory in AI and MAS
Dongmo Zhang (U of Western Sydney, Australia)
• T3: Extracting World and Linguistic Knowledge from Wikipedia
Michael Strube (EML Research, Germany)
• T4: Automatic Facial Age Estimation
Xin Geng (Monash U, Australia and Southeast U., China),
Yun Fu (SUNY Buffalo, USA), and Kate Smith-Miles (Monash U, Australia)
• T5: Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes
Pascal Poupart (U of Waterloo, Canada) and Kee-Eung Kim (KAIST, Korea)
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Sender: WORLDCOMP'10 Congress Conferences <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Last Call For Participation: WORLDCOMP'10 congress, July 12-15, 2010,
Las Vegas, USA, Student Funding
Last Call For Participation
The 2010 World Congress in Computer Science,
Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing
July 12-15, 2010, Las Vegas, USA
This is an invitation to attend WORLDCOMP'10 Congress. WORLDCOMP'10 is composed
of a number of tracks (13 tutorials, 184 sessions and workshops, 35 keynotes and
invited lectures, ...); all will be held simultaneously, same location and
dates: July 12-15, 2010. Attendees will have full access to all conferences'
sessions, tracks, and tutorials. Registration is required to attend.
We all look forward to seeing you in July.
Steering Committee, WORLDCOMP 2010
A. General Information:
B. Topical Scope:
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BIOCOMP); Computer Design (CDES);
Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality (CGVR); Scientific Computing (CSC); Data
Mining (DMIN); e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and
e-Government (EEE); Engineering of Reconfigurable Systems and Algorithms (ERSA);
Embedded Systems and Applications (ESA); Foundations of Computer Science (FCS);
Frontiers in Education / Computer Science and Computer Engineering (FECS); Grid
Computing and Applications (GCA); Genetic and Evolutionary Methods (GEM);
Artificial Intelligence (ICAI); Internet Computing (ICOMP); Wireless Networks
(ICWN); Information and Knowledge Engineering (IKE); Image Processing, Computer
Vision, and Pattern Recognition (IPCV); Modeling, Simulation and Visualization
Methods (MSV); Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications
(PDPTA); Security and Management (SAM); Software Engineering Research and
Practice (SERP); and Semantic Web & Web Services (SWWS).
C. Registration Information:
D. Financial Assistantship for full-Time Students: The congress has finalized
the financial assistantship decisions for students who are affiliated with
non-USA institutions (decisions were communicated with the awardees in March and
May 2010). Unfortunately, 42 of the awardees are not able to secure USA visa in
a timely manner to attend the meeting. The congress is now providing these 42
slots to full-time graduate students who are enrolled in USA institutions. This
financial assistantship is for attendance only (ie, excludes speakers and
authors of papers). Sponsored students will receive the complete conference
package (printed books/proceedings, CD, dinner reception, 4 breakfasts, 12
refreshments, access to all tracks and tutorials, ...), registration fee waiver,
partial help with hotel accommodation, and/or possibly some help with airfare.
In order to apply, send the following information for consideration to
[log in to unmask] by no later than June 27, 2010 (include as
attachments in pdf): a 2-page CV; a letter from your major professor or
Department Head/Chair stating that you are a full-time graduate student in good
standing; and a break-down of your itemized costs (airfare, hotel, ...). Award
decisions will be made by June 28/29, 2010.
E. List of Co-Sponsors of WORLDCOMP 2010:
F. Detailed Congress Schedules/Programs:
G. Location of WORLDCOMP:
H. Featured Keynotes/Invited Talks:
I. Planned Tutorials:
Sender: Nick Jones <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Post-doc at Oxford University in Combinatorial Optimization
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Spreading
Processes on Networks and Applied Combinatorial Optimization. We also have a one
year appointment on network inference (see www.physics.ox.ac.uk/jobs/)
The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of 2 years. We will
consider candidates either from Applied Combinatorial Optimization or from
Candidates with a background in combinatorial optimization will investigate a
spectrum of computational methods from applied combinatorial optimization as
applied to a set of canonical problems constrained by real data. The aim will be
to reach across methods from the many ways in which combinatorial optimization
is performed in practice, making sure that we consider a good representation of
typical metaheuristics. One of our objectives will be to use these methods as a
way of investigating the nature of the data as well as the nature of the
algorithms. Our benchmarked methods will be turned to improved approaches to
detecting clusters in graphs and methods for controlling rumour propagation on
Sender: Efstratios F. Georgopoulos <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: AIAI2010 - Workshop on Computational Intelligence for Modeling and
Workshop on Computational Intelligence for Modeling and Prediction
at the 6th IFIP Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Applications & Innovations (AIAI 2010)
5-7 October 2010, Ayia Napa, Cyprus
Computational Intelligence, which is considered as a sub-branch of Artificial
Intelligence, studies, mostly nature inspired, adaptive mechanisms in order to
enable or facilitate intelligent behavior in complex and changing environments.
These mechanisms include those Artificial Intelligence paradigms that exhibit an
ability to learn or adapt to new situations, to generalize, abstract, discover
and associate. Usually the following paradigms are considered as part of
Computational Intelligence: artificial neural networks, evolutionary
computation, swarm intelligence, artificial immune systems, and fuzzy systems.
Individual techniques from these Computational Intelligence paradigms, as well
as hybrids of these paradigms, have been applied successfully to solve
Aim of the Workshop
The rapid growth of Computational Intelligence paradigms is offering a variety
of new techniques for modeling of nonlinear systems in the broad sense. These
topics have been investigated from different points of view including
statistics, identification and control theory, approximation theory, signal
processing, nonlinear dynamics, information theory, physics and optimization
theory among others. The aim of this workshop is to serve as an
interdisciplinary forum for bringing together specialists which use
Computational Intelligence techniques to deal with modeling and prediction
problems. Issues related to the theory of Computational Intelligence techniques
for modeling and prediction, as well as real-life applications will be addressed
to this workshop.
Topics of Interest
Therefore, the Workshop on "Computational Intelligence for Modeling and
Prediction" welcome paper submissions introducing and implementing Computational
Intelligent techniques to address various modeling and prediction applications.
This workshop will provide a medium for the exchange of ideas between
theoreticians and practitioners to address the important issues in computational
intelligence for modeling and prediction. Topics of interest include, but are
not limited to, the use of techniques like:
. Artificial Neural Networks (Supervised, Unsupervised, Reinforcement),
. Evolutionary Algorithms (Genetic Algorithms, Genetic Programming, Gene
Expression Programming, Evolutionary Programming, Evolution Strategies,
Differential Evolution, Cultural Evolution, Co-evolution, etc.),
. Swarm Intelligence (Particle Swarm Optimization, Ant Colony Optimization),
. Artificial Immune System,
. Fuzzy Logic systems,
. Hybrid Intelligent Systems, for Modeling, and Prediction.
Call for Papers
Authors will be invited to submit electronically, in English-language, original
and significant research contributions in the aforementioned areas. All
submissions will be reviewed for quality, correctness, originality, and
relevance by at least two reviewers. Notification and reviews will be
communicated via email. Manuscripts should be prepared according to the standard
format of regular papers specified in AIAI conferences and should be restricted
to a maximum of 10 pages. Detailed instructions for preparing the manuscript are
provided at (IFIP series instructions):
http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/aiai2010/callforpapers.html. Accepted papers will be
presented at the workshop and included in a CD that will be distributed to
the participants of the workshop. Furthermore it will be investigated the
possibility of publishing the presented research papers in an edited book,
issued by some international publisher.
The authors should send their submissions in pdf format to: [log in to unmask]
Paper submission deadline: July 20, 2010
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2010
Camera-ready copy: August 15, 2010
Workshop date: October 5- 7, 2010 (The specific day will be finalized by the
AIAI conference organizers)
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Sender: SIARRY Patrick <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Call for papers_Special Issue of EAAI journal_Local Search Algorithms
for Real-World Scheduling and Planning Applications
ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
The International Journal of Intelligent Real-Time Automation
A journal of IFAC, the International Federation of Automatic Control
CALL FOR PAPERS – Special Issue
Local Search Algorithms for Real-World Scheduling and Planning Applications
Deadline for paper submission: October 15, 2010
Expected publication date: June 2011
AIM & SCOPE
Scheduling and planning problems are ubiquitous in many real-world settings.
These problems transpire in a large variety of forms, and have enormous
socio-economic impact. For many years, significant work has been devoted to
automating scheduling and planning processes using different kinds of methods.
This special issue focuses specifically on the use of local search algorithms
for real-world scheduling and planning by soliciting original scientific
contributions in the form of (1) experimental research based on real-world data
and (2) industrial case studies. Please note that studies based solely on random
data or old benchmark sets from the literature will not be considered.
The topics of this special issue include, but are not limited to, methodological
developments aimed at adapting some simple local search based metaheuristics
(e.g. Greedy Randomised Adaptive Search and Variable Neighborhood Search) and/or
more advanced ones (e.g. Simulated Annealing, Tabu Search, Evolutionary
Algorithms, Ant Systems and Particle Swarm Algorithms) to various
industrial/real-world problems; experimental studies on the roles and behaviours
of local search within an evolutionary framework(e.g. Memetic Algorithms) using
real-world data; software implementations for scheduling and planning; as well
as other relevant real-life applications.
We encourage submissions from both academics and practitioners. Two types of
papers are welcome: (1) regular papers reporting new research or applications
and (2) letters or research notes discussing new developments from the industry.
Full papers can be submitted to: http://ees.elsevier.com/eaai (all manuscripts
should follow the submission guidelines available at the web site)
During the submission process, please select special issue on ‘LS Scheduling &
Planning’ as paper category.
Please submit papers on or before October 15, 2010. All submissions will be
peer-reviewed following the review process of EAAI.
(Prospective authors are encouraged to indicate their interests any time before
the submission deadline)
The special issue is planned to be published in June 2011.
Raymond CHIONG, [log in to unmask]
Swinburne University of Technology
John Street Hawthorn
Patrick SIARRY, [log in to unmask]
LiSSi (EA 3956)
University of Paris 12
61 avenue du General de Gaulle
Sender: Federico Divina <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ACM-SAC 2001 EC track CFP
26th ACM Symposium On Applied Computing
March 21-25, 2011
For the past twenty-five years, the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing has been
a primary gathering forum for applied computer scientists, computer engineers,
software engineers, and application developers from around the world. SAC 2011
is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Applied Computing (SIGAPP),
and is hosted by Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.
The Evolutionary Computation (EC) track welcomes original, unpublished papers
describing advances in and applications of evolutionary computation and related
techniques, including genetic algorithms, evolution strategies, evolutionary
programming, memetic algorithms, genetic programming, ant colony optimization,
co-evolutionary algorithms, artificial immune systems, particle swarm
optimization, and classifier systems. All accepted papers will appear in the
SAC 2010 Proceedings. Selected papers, not accepted as full papers, will be
accepted as poster papers. These will be presented at a poster session during
the Symposium and will be published as two-page extended abstracts in the
Proceedings. Peer groups with expertise in the track focus area will blindly
review submissions to that track. Accepted papers will be published in the
annual conference proceedings. Submission guidelines can be found on SAC 2011
Website (http://www.acm.org/conferences/sac/sac2011/) A paper may be submitted
to only one track of SAC 2011.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
* Papers should represent original and previously unpublished works that are
currently not under review for any journal or other conference. Both basic and
applied research papers are welcome.
* Submissions will be in electronic format via this web site:
* Submission must follow ths template found at this URL:
* Authors are allowed up to eight (8) pages in the specified format, but there
is a charge of US$80 for each page over five (5).
* Authors' names and addresses must not appear in the body of the submitted
papers, and self-references should be in the third person. This is to
facilitate blind review.
* Begin the submission process by submitting your paper's abstract on the
conference web site at the URL above.
* All submitted papers must include the paper identification number (assigned
when the abstract is submitted) on the front page above the title of the paper
* No author's name may appear on more than two papers accepted to the EC track.
Note also the guidelines in the general SAC 2011 Call for Papers
IMPORTANT DATES (all deadlines will be strictly enforced)
Aug 24, 2010: Paper Submission
Sept 21, 2010: Tutorial Proposals Oct 12, 2010: Author Notification
Nov 2, 2010: Camera-ready copies
For additional information, visit the SAC 2010 EC Track web page
(www.upo.es/eps/SAC/cfpSAC2011EC.html) and the general SAC 2010 web page
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Sender: Sanjoy Das <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Call for Papers: International Conference on Swarm, Evolutionary and
Memetic Computing (SEMCCO 2010)
Call for Papers International Conference on Swarm, Evolutionary and Memetic
Computing (SEMCCO 2010) Dec 16 - 18, 2010.
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SRM University,
Chennai, INDIA http://semcco2010.in/
Paper submission deadline (Extended): July 30, 2010
Proceedings in: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Springer.
This conference aims at bringing together researchers from academia and industry
to report and review the latest progresses in the cutting-edge research with
Swarm, Evolutionary, and Memetic Computing, to explore new application areas, to
design new bio-inspired algorithms for solving specific hard optimization
problems, and finally to create awareness on these domains to a wider audience
of practitioners. Therefore, researchers are encouraged to submit their
contributions in both theoretical and practical aspects of the following Topics:
Evolutionary Algorithms, Swarm intelligence, Artificial Life, Artificial Immune
Systems, Self-organization, Quantum, Membrane and Nano Computing, Machine
Learning, Coevolution, Memetic Computing, Applications.
A full paper (8 pages, A4 size) for oral presentation should be formatted
following the Springer LNCS format. Formatting instructions and submission link
can be found on the conference website Extended versions of selected papers will
be published in the special issues of reputed international journals.
Meng-Hiot Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Yuhui Shi,Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), Suzhou, China.
Full Paper submission: July 30, 2010
Acceptance Notification: August 15, 2010
Final cemera-ready papers due: Sept 5, 2010
SEMCCO 2010 Conference on: Dec. 16-18, 2010.
Sender: GCIS & WCSE 2010 CFP <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Congress on Intelligent Systems & Software Engineering
(EI Compendex/ISTP/IEEE Xplore)
In response to many requests, the submission deadline has been extended to
2010 Second Global Congress on Intelligent Systems (GCIS 2010)
16-17 December 2010, Wuhan, China
2010 Second World Congress on Software Engineering (WCSE 2010)
19-20 December 2010, Wuhan, China
GCIS & WCSE 2010 intends to be a global forum for researchers and engineers to
present and discuss recent innovations and new techniques in intelligent systems
and software engineering.
GCIS & WCSE 2010 conference proceedings will be published by the CPS which will
include the conference proceedings in the IEEE Xplore and submit the conference
proceedings to Ei Compendex and ISTP for indexing (GCIS & WCSE 2009 proceedings
were already indexed in Ei Compendex). The registration fee of US D 400 or
RM B 2700 includes publication of 1 paper, lunches, dinners, and banquet.
Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
GCIS: artificial intelligence, machine learning, intelligent control and
automation, computational intelligence, soft computing, nature-inspired
computation, bio-inspired algorithms, neuro-fuzzy techniques, genetic and
evolutionary algorithms, semantic web, etc..
WCSE: Software metrics; Software tools and development environments;
Software policy and ethics; Programming languages; Internet and information
systems development; Software requirements; Software architecture and
design; Software components and reuse; Software testing and analysis;
Human-Computer Interaction; Software processes and workflows; Software
dependability, safety, privacy and reliability; Reverse engineering and
maintenance; Program comprehension and visualization, etc..
Wuhan is known as the "Homeland of White Clouds and Yellow Crane" and is one
of China´s largest cities. There are many scenic spots and historical sites
within and around Wuhan, for example, the Yellow Crane Tower, the East Lake,
many charming colonial style buildings along Yanjiang Street and around
Paper Submission Deadline (Extended): 15 July 2010
Review Notification: 1 September 2010
Final Papers and Author Registration Deadline: 15 September 2010
In addition to research papers, the conference also encourages companies and
institutions to showcase their modern products and equipment in the
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