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EC-Digest v29n2

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Evolutionary Computation Digest - Tuesday, 13 May 2015, Volume 29: Issue 2

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Today's Topics:

 Announcements
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 - Real-world representative continuous benchmark optimization
problems: Clustering
 - 10000 GP entries in the genetic programming bibliography
 - GECCO Registration site is now open!
 - (Urgent) PhD scholarships in operations research / evolutionary
computation / combinatorial optimisation / simulation
 - May 31: Two machine learning/evolutionary computing post-docs
available in Exeter, UK
 - Fully Funded Phd positions at Stirling on Search Based Software Engineering
 - Postdoc position in operations research, evolutionary computation,
optimisation, simulation or intelligent transport/logistics
 - PhD Opportunities at the University of Newcastle, Australia

 CFPs
 ----
 - Call for Participation: A programming competition involving
Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning, Math and Visual Arts
 - May 16: ICNC-FSKD 2015 2nd Round Submissions due 16 May
 - May 31:  Int'l Conf. on Artificial Intelligence (ICAI'15)
 - June 1: 2015 UK WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE (UKCI 2015)
 - Special session on Genetic Improvement Programming at the UK
Workshop on Computational Intelligence
 - June 5: 2nd International Conference on Soft Computing & Machine
Intelligence (ISCMI 2015), Hong Kong
 - June 14: IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Production
and Logistics Systems (CIPLS 2015)
 - June 15: First Call for Papers of CS-DC'15 e-conference (UNESCO
Complex Systems Digital Campus)
 - August 3: 9th International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and
Communications Technologies
 - August 10: 3rd International Symposium on Computational and
Business Intelligence (ISCBI 2015)


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CALENDAR OF EC-RELATED ACTIVITIES: (with EC-Digest issue reference)

GECCO 2015, Madrid, Spain, 11-15 July 2015
       (v28n4)

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Sender: Marcus Gallagher <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Real-world representative continuous benchmark optimization
problems: Clustering

I am pleased to announce the following web resource:

http://realopt.uqcloud.net/

that I hope will be the beginning of a "repository" for real-world
representative, continuous, black-box benchmark problems.  The web
resource is in conjunction with the following paper:

M. Gallagher. Clustering Problems for More Useful Benchmarking of
Optimization Algorithms. Proc. Tenth International Conference on
Simulated Evolution And Learning (SEAL 2014), 2014.

At present, the problems documented on the site are a set of 27
Euclidean sum of squares clustering problems based on three commonly
used datasets from the clustering literature.  The problems are
continuous, unconstrained (aka use a box boundary contraint) and range
from 4D to 40D.  In addition, the global optima for these problems are
(approximately) known which is useful for benchmarking. The problems
are very simple to use: the datasets are available and a Matlab
implementation of the objective function is provided on the web site
(and a demo applying CMA-ES as an example).

The experimental results in the SEAL'14 paper are intended to provide
a "baseline" for further work.  However even these first experiments
suggest that these clustering problems provide a significant challenge
for black-box optimization algorithms.  For example, I have not yet
been able to find the global optimum (on even a single run) using
CMA-ES for several problem instances based on the German towns/postal
(Spaeth) data.  For k=9 (27-D problem), I have not been able to find
the global optimum with any of the algorithms I have tried (including
the non-black-box k-means algorithm!).  So, please improve on these
results!

Comments and suggestions welcome.

Regards,
Marcus Gallagher.

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Sender: W. Langdon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 10000 GP entries in the genetic programming bibliography

I am very please to announce that the bibliography has reached
ten thousand genetic programming entries.

The 10000th entry is Ting Hu and Wolfgang Banzhaf and Jason H. Moore.
The effects of recombination on phenotypic exploration and robustness
in evolution.
Artificial Life, 20(4):457-470
http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~wbl/biblio/gp-html/Hu_2014_Alife.html

My thanks to everyone who everyone who has helped maintain and grow
the bibliography.

                                Bill

        Dr. W. B. Langdon,              Phone +44 (0)20 3108 4125
        Department of Computer Science, Fax:  +44 (0)20 7387 1397
        University College London
        Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK
        http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/W.Langdon/

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Sender: W. Langdon <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: A. Sima Etaner-Uyar <[log in to unmask]>

GECCO 2015 registration site is now open. You can register online
directly through

https://www.regonline.co.uk/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1684115

or you can follow the "Registration" link on the main GECCO web site.

http://www.sigevo.org/gecco-2015/

The conference will be held at The Meliá Castilla hotel. If you want to
book your stay at this hotel you will be redirected to the link to hotel
registration once you have completed the conference registration process.

** Contacts **
Web: http://www.sigevo.org/gecco-2015
Email: [log in to unmask]
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/GECCO2015
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/geccoconference


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Sender:  Trung Thanh Nguyen <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: (Urgent) PhD scholarships in operations research /
evolutionary computation / combinatorial optimisation / simulation

Dear Colleagues

Thanks to an arisen opportunity we just have had a small number of PhD
scholarships in operations research or evolutionary computation or
combinatorial optimisation or simulation in Liverpool John Moores
University, Liverpool, United Kingdom. These scholarships include:

-    At least 1 fully funded PhD scholarship
-    Several tuition fee covered only PhD scholarships

Interested candidates need to act very quickly because successful
candidate need to enrol by 5th of June. For that purpose, if an
international candidate needs to apply for a visa to the UK to study
with us, he/she should have already had a valid IELST certificate
meeting the requirement of the UK Visa and Immigration department by
now.

More details on the fully funded PhD scholarship can be found in
http://www.staff.ljmu.ac.uk/enrtngu1/others/PhDstudentship.htm .

Interested candidates please submit your CV and transcripts to Dr.
Trung Thanh Nguyen [log in to unmask] . You can also contact me for
informal discussions.

Could you please help me forward this to any interested candidates?

Thank you very much

Best regards
Thanh

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Sender:  Richard Everson <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Two machine learning/evolutionary computing post-docs
available in Exeter, UK

We are recruiting two Research Fellows to work on an EPSRC-funded project
"Data-Driven Surrogate-Assisted Evolutionary Fluid Dynamics Optimisation"
led by Professor Richard Everson, Dr Jonathan Fieldsend and Dr Gavin Tabor.
The successful applicants will join a research team investigating the use
of advanced machine learning methods for the optimisation of large-scale
computational fluid dynamics problems.   The project focuses on
accelerating the optimisation process by substituting simpler, dynamically
generated, computationally cheap "surrogate" models in place of the full
evaluation of the computational model.  Our work aims to bridge the gap
between the surrogate models that work well when there are only a few
design parameters to be optimised, but which fail for large industry-sized
problems.

These full-time posts are part of an EPSRC-funded project in conjunction
with Professor Yaochu Jin and Mr John Doherty at the University of Surrey
and the successful applicants will have the opportunity to work with this
team and to spend time with our industrial partners.   The posts are
available from 01 June 2015 (or as soon as possible thereafter) until 31
May 2018.

Two posts are available, one concentrating on machine learning aspects and
the other concentrating on computational fluid dynamics (CFD).   The
machine learning post will include the construction of advanced machine
learning models (e.g., sequentially Markov decision processes, sparse
Bayesian learning, Gaussian processes) for learning about and predicting
the performance of CFD models at previously unobserved parameter values.
The CFD-related post will develop and enhance state of the art CFD codes
for a variety of situations, including cyclone separation and diesel
particle tracking.

The full advertisement and a link to the online application form can be
found at:
https://jobs.exeter.ac.uk/hrpr_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=952587CDq8&WVID=3817591jNg&LANG=USA

For further information please contact Professor Richard
Everson <[log in to unmask]> or telephone +44 1392 724065.

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Sender:  John Woodward <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Fully Funded Phd positions at Stirling on Search Based
Software Engineering

FUNDED PhD Positions

About DAASE
=========

DAASE is a four site project funded by the Engineering and Physical
Sciences Research Council involving University College London,
Birmingham, Stirling and York and with a growing list of industrial
partners, including: Berner and Mattner, BT Laboratories, Ericsson,
GCHQ, Honda Research Institute Europe,IBM,Microsoft Research and
Motorola UK.

The project seeks to use Search Based Software Engineering to develop
optimised software development processes, combining aspects of
software engineering activities into a single combined and optimising
process. This new form of software engineering will be supported by
the development and evaluation of theory, algorithms and methods for
advanced exact, meta and hyper heuristic techniques. The goal is to
produce software that is dynamically adaptive; not only able to
respond to and fix problems that arise before deployment and during
operation, but that continually optimises, re-configures and evolves
to adapt to new operating conditions, platforms and environmental
challenges (as most broadly construed).

DAASE will create an array of new processes, methods, techniques and
tools for a new kind of software engineering, radically transforming
the theory and practice of software engineering.


The Posts
=========

DAASE is a highly collaborative project. PhD students working on the
project will have at least one other "buddy partner site" (one of the
four academic partners specifically designated to collaborate) with
which they will collaborate, supported by visits to the partner site
(of one to four weeks duration), the full expenses of which will be
met by the project. PhDs will also have opportunities to visit and
collaborate with industrial and other partners and to be fully engaged
with the international community through conferences, workshops and
other networking activities. This will enhance training and
development and open new opportunities for collaboration and
intellectual development.

A total of ten studentships are available.

Contact John R. Woodward [log in to unmask] http://www.cs.stir.ac.uk/~jrw/

Studentships will provide funding for tuition fees (home/EU rate), a
stipend of £13,590 per annum plus Research Training Support Grant of
£750 pa.

Formal applications should be made via the online PG application form
at http://www.stir.ac.uk/postgraduate/research-degrees/school-of-natural-sciences/
Click the "apply now" button at the top right of the page. Select
'Research Degree in Computing Science' and 'register as a new user' on
the system to proceed to the application form.

 Source: www.stir.ac.uk/impact/

 http://www.stir.ac.uk/postgraduate/research-degrees/school-of-natural-sciences/

Candidates who are from outside the European Union will be charged
international fee, which translates into a short-fall of around 8,000
GBP/year.


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Sender:  Trung Thanh Nguyen <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Postdoc position in operations research, evolutionary
computation, optimisation, simulation or intelligent
transport/logistics

Dear Colleagues,

We have an industrial post-doctoral position available in Liverpool
John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

The salary is from £31,372 and the duration is from 12 months,
depending on satisfactory progress. The work of this appointment is
mainly to carry out industrial research and to develop research
funding opportunities. The area of research involves developing and
applying optimisation and other operational research techniques to
improving the performance of transport systems in real-time. This is
an industrial research position and the successful candidate is
expected to spend 50% of his/her time with the industrial partner.

The industrial partner would prefer that the successful candidate has
the right to work in the UK without having to apply for a work visa.

More details are in
http://www.staff.ljmu.ac.uk/enrtngu1/others/web_advertisement.htm  .
Interested candidates please email your CV, transcripts and any
relevant document to Dr. Trung Thanh Nguyen, [log in to unmask]

We would be grateful if you could please forward this to any potential
students/candidates/colleagues of yours.

Thank you very much

Best regards
Thanh


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Sender:  Raymond Chiong <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: PhD Opportunities at the University of Newcastle, Australia

We are looking for outstanding PhD candidates (starting in 2016) in
the following areas:

1. Evolution of N-player cooperation (see [1])
2. Energy-efficient production scheduling*
3. Stock market prediction with sentiment analysis and physiological measures
4. Algorithm selection and benchmarking based on combinatorial
optimisation problems^ (e.g., see [2])

* with the option of spending 6 months x 2 at Tsinghua University,
China during the candidature
^ with the option of spending 6 months x 2 at the University of
Science and Technology of China during the candidature

If you have:
- completed at least four years of undergraduate study and have
attained Honours Class 1 or equivalent;
- proven English proficiency (IELTS of at least 7.0);
- international peer reviewed research publications;
- a master degree with strong research components (especially if you
have only a 3-year undergraduate degree);

 then please get in touch by submitting a Resume in PDF to
Raymond.Chiong at newcastle.edu.au (replace at with @) clearly
highlighting the above.

References
[1] R. Chiong and M. Kirley, “Effects of iterated interactions in
multi-player spatial evolutionary games,” IEEE Transactions on
Evolutionary Computation, vol. 16(4), pp. 537-555, 2012.
[2] T. Weise, R. Chiong, J. Lässig, K. Tang, S. Tsutsui, W. Chen, Z.
Michalewicz and X. Yao, “Benchmarking optimization algorithms: An open
source framework for the traveling salesman problem,” IEEE
Computational Intelligence Magazine, vol. 9(3), pp. 40-52, 2014.

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Sender:  Guenter Bachelier <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Call for Participation: A programming competition involving
Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning, Math and Visual Arts

Exploring a Design Space for Patterns and Tilings

a periodical programming competition involving Evolutionary
Computation, Machine Learning, Mathematics and Visual Arts
(student contributions are welcome)

The goal of this periodical programming competition (with some price
money) is the exploration of a special design space of patterning &
tiling methods and to make selected points of this space (methods that
generate interesting and aesthetic results) available for image
editing so that contemporary and future artists, illustrators, comic
artists, designers, ... can use them under an open source license (CC0
and the like).

The design space relevant for image editing is based on the idea that
patterns and tiles can be generated by basic shapes (prototiles)
together with a CRMT command list approach that repeatedly clone,
rotate and mirror a prototile and translate it over a finite pattern
plane. With this unified approach the centuries of mathematical and
artistic knowledge about patters, tilings and ornaments will be usable
in image editing for bitmap and vector images. By programming
CRMT-image interpreter as standalone programs or Plug-ins in bitmap
graphic programs (GIMP, Photoshop, ...) and vector graphic programs
(Illustrator, Inkscape) very powerful artistic tools can be made that
will be using a growing number of CRMT command lists to generate all
sorts of patterns from input images.

The goal of the first competition is to reproduce known tilings from
the Tiling Database (http://www.tilingsearch.org/). This should be
done by a learning process because such processes should be the basis
for exploration the design space and its extensions in further
iterations of the competition. Technically the learning of a CRMT
command list for a tiling is viewed as a 2D packing problem with the
2-objective function "gap -> 0 & overlap -> 0".

The competition is originated in the field of Evolutionary Art
therefore the learning process should be preferably done with
Evolutionary Computation (EC) methods like Genetic Programming but it
is not restricted to this if the learning environment with all aspects
and parameters are published under an open source license so that
others can use it for further exploration.

A detailed description of this programming competition with more
technical details, winning conditions, price money, and future
directions can be found
under:http://de.evo-art.org/index.php?title=Exploring_a_Design_Space_for_Patterns_and_Tilings_Competition_2015

Registration starts on 01.05.2015 and ends on 15.11.2016.
Contributions can be made until 15.01.2016.

Comments and suggestions to all aspects of the competition project are
appreciated and should be addressed to Dr. Günter Bachelier (guba  at
evo-art.org).

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Sender:  [log in to unmask]
Subject:  ICNC-FSKD 2015 2nd Round Submissions due 16 May: Submitting
to IEEE Xplore/EI Compendex/ISI 2015/4/9 22:00:32 iug59df

We cordially invite you to submit a paper to the upcoming 2015 11th
International Conference on Natural Computation (ICNC 2015) and 2015
12th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery
(FSKD 2015), to be jointly held from 15-17 August 2015 in Zhangjiajie,
China. The deadline for the 2nd (final) round of submissions is 16 May
2015 (papers already submitted in the previous round should not be
re-submitted and will receive review notifications on 15 April).

For more information, visit the conference web page:

   http://icnc-fskd.hnu.edu.cn/


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Sender:  [log in to unmask]
Subject: CFP: Submission Deadline: May 31 - Int'l Conf. on Artificial
Intelligence (ICAI'15: July 27-30, 2015, Las Vegas, USA)

     CALL  FOR  PAPERS
  CALL FOR LATE BREAKING PAPERS, POSITION PAPERS, ABSTRACTS, POSTERS

                 Submission Deadline: May 31, 2015
                 11:59pm US Eastern Time zone (EDT)

     The 2015 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
                              ICAI'15

         July 27-30, 2015, Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, USA
 http://www.worldacademyofscience.org/worldcomp15/ws/conferences/icai15

IMPORTANT DATES:

May 31, 2015:     Submission of LATE BREAKING PAPERS, POSITION PAPERS,
                  ABSTRACTS/POSTERS for evaluation (the sooner, a submission
                  is received, the earlier, the notification will be sent out.)
                  Submission web site: http://world-comp.org
June 14, 2015:    The notification of acceptance will be sent out typically 10
                  days after the paper has been submitted but by no later than
                  June 14.
June 24, 2015:    Registration due
July 27-30, 2015: The 2015 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
                  (ICAI)
August 20, 2015:  Camera-Ready LATE BREAKING PAPERS, POSITION PAPERS, ABSTRACTS/
                  POSTERS Due for publication.

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Sender:  John Woodward <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Special session on Genetic Improvement Programming at the UK
Workshop on Computational Intelligence

Special session on Genetic Improvement Programming "From Genetic
Programming to Genetic Improvement Programming: Standing on the
Shoulders of Giants" http://www.ukci2015.ex.ac.uk/special-sessions.php

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Sender: Alberto Moraglio <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 2015 UK WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE (UKCI 2015)

     2015 UK WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE (UKCI 2015)
                        September 7-9, Exeter, UK

                    DEADLINE EXTENSION:  1ST JUNE 2015
                        KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

             Sponsored by IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
                      http://www.ukci2015.ex.ac.uk/

IMPORTANT DATES

 * Special session proposals: 28th February 2015
 * Paper submission: *1st June 2015*
 * Notification of paper acceptance: 6th July 2015
 * Camera ready submission: 3rd August 2015

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Sender:  Hanne Thomas <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on Soft Computing & Machine
Intelligence (ISCMI 2015), Hong Kong

Dear Colleagues:

As one of the Program Chairs I would like to invite you to the 2015
2nd International Conference on Soft Computing & Machine Intelligence
(ISCMI 2015). The conference will be held in in Hong Kong, during
November, 23-24, 2015. The main objective of ISCMI 2015 is to present
the latest research and results of scientists related to Soft
Computing & Machine Intelligence topics. This conference provides
opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas face-to-face, to
establish business or research relations as well as to find global
partners for future collaborations. We hope that the conference
results will lead to significant contributions to the knowledge in
these up- to- date scientific fields.

Topics include but are not limited to theoretical advances, new
methods and applications in Computational Intelligence, i.e.
Evolutionary Algorithms, Swarm Intelligence, and other types of
Metaheuristics and Nature-Inspired Algorithms, Neural Networks, Fuzzy
Systems, and other types of Intelligent Systems. Please find further
details at: http://www.iscmi.us/call.php. The paper submission
deadline is June 5, 2015. All submissions will be peer reviewed, and
accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, and
submitted to be reviewed by the IEEE Xplore and Computer Society
Digital Library (CSDL).

 Further details of the conference can be found here: http://www.iscmi.us.

Best regards,
Thomas Hanne


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Sender:  Patrick Siarry <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: CFP_2015 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in
Production and Logistics Systems (CIPLS 2015)_7-10 December 2015, Cape
Town, South Africa

http://ieee-ssci.org.za:8080/CIPLS

Call for Papers

The management of production and logistics systems in today's fierce
competition environment is a difficult task and has become
progressively complex. Major changes in products, processes,
technologies, and societies bring along remarkable challenges and
increasing market demands. Modelling and optimisation of complex
problems arising in production and logistics systems is of paramount
importance in surviving and achieving competitive gains in
productivity and quality.

In recent years, the advancements in computer technology have allowed
researchers to tackle large-scale problems and to develop and
integrate efficient optimisation techniques for solving them. Within
this context, CIPLS aims to address issues related to the design,
planning, control, and continuous improvement of production and
logistics systems using computational intelligence, including local
search methods, evolutionary algorithms and other nature-inspired
optimisation techniques. The intention is to cover various aspects of
production from aggregate planning to shop-floor execution systems and
modelling, planning and control of logistics systems. Studies
incorporating real-world applications are highly encouraged.

Important Dates
Special session proposals:  May 14, 2015
Full paper submission due:  June 14, 2015
Notification of acceptance:  September 4, 2015
Final paper submission due: October 4, 2015

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Sender: Paul Bourgine <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: First Call for Papers of CS-DC'15

CS-DC'15
Call for Papers
http://cs-dc-15.org

Submission deadline:
June 15, 2015

CS-DC'15 ( http://cs-dc-15.org )is the first world e-conference
organized by the UNESCO Complex Systems Digital Campus UniTwin (
http://cs-dc.org/ ) from September 30 to October 1, 2015. It is
devoted to all scientists involved in the transdisciplinary
challenges of Complex Systems crossing theoretical questions with
experimental observations of multi-level dynamics.

Because CS-DC'15 ( http://cs-dc-15.org ) (http://cs-dc-15.org) is an
e-conference,
there are no conference fees for speakers or attendees.

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Sender:  Shih-Hsin Chen <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 1st announcement: 9th International Conference on
Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies (BICT 2015,
formerly BIONETICS)

CFP: 9th International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and
Communications Technologies (BICT 2015, formerly BIONETICS)

http://www.bionetics.org/

Paper submission deadline extended: August 3, 2015

December 3 (Thu) - December 5, 2015 (Sat)
New York City, NY, USA

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Sender:  Hanne Thomas <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 3rd International Symposium on Computational and Business
Intelligence (ISCBI 2015)

Dear Colleagues:

As a member of the International Program Committee I would like to
invite you to the 2015 3rd International Symposium on Computational
and Business Intelligence (ISCBI 2015). The Symposium will be held in
Bali, Indonesia during December 7-8, 2015. The aim as well as
objective of ISCBI 2015 is to present the latest research and results
of scientists working in the fields related to Computational and
Business Intelligence.

Topics include but are not limited to theoretical advances, new
methods and applications in Business Intelligence, Neural networks,
Fuzzy Systems and Evolutionary Computation. Please find further
details at: http://iscbi.com/call.php. The paper submission deadline
is Aug. 10, 2015.

ISCBI 2015 is organized by South Asia Institute of Science and
Engineering (SAISE) and International Neural Network Society (INNS)
India Regional Chapter and is the flagship event of INNS-India. After
the immensely successful ISCBI14 & ISCBI13,  ISCBI 2015 is expected to
be more exciting, stimulating & educative. The intention is to
establish an effective platform for institutions and industries to
share ideas and to present the works of scientists, engineers,
educators and students across the globe. The organizing committee of
Symposium is pleased to invite prospective authors to submit their
original manuscripts for possible presentation at ISCBI 2015. Further
details of the conference can be found here: http://iscbi.com/

Best regards,

Thomas Hanne

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