[Comp-neuro] ICNC-09 Call for papers
Ruben A. Tikidji - Hamburyan
tikidji_ham at krinc.ru
Tue Dec 9 12:28:34 CET 2008
Call for papers
XV International Conference on Neurocybernetics (ICNC-09)
September 23-25, 2009, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Co-sponsors of THE ICNC-09
Federal Agency for Science and Innovations
Southern Federal University
A.B. Kogan Research Institute for Neurocybernetics
National Committee of the RAS for Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis
Russian Neural Network Society
Organizing committee of the ICNC-09
Vladimirskiy B.M., Prof., KRINC SFedU, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Chair
Kaljaev I.A., corr. member of the RAS, Scientific Research Institute for
Multiprocessing Computing Systems SFedU, Taganrog, Russia, Vice-Chair
Shulgovskiy V.V., Prof., MSU, Moscow, Russia, Vice-Chair
Petrovskiy V.V., KRINC SFedU, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Secretary
Shaposhnikov D.G., KRINC SFedU, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Secretary
Zakharevich V.G., Prof., SFedU, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Amari Shun-ichi, Prof., RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wako-shi, Japan
Vaina L.M., Prof., Boston University, Boston, USA
Wunsch D.C., Prof.,Missouri University of Science and Technology, Missouri,
Galushkin A.I., Prof., Scientific Center of Neurocomputers, Moscow, Russia
Gao X.W., Prof., Middlesex University, London, UK
Gorban A.N., Prof., University of Leicester, Leicester, UK
Douglas R., Prof., Institute of Neuroinformatics, Zurich, Switzerland
Dunin-Barkowski W.L., Prof., Center for Optical Neural Technologies,
Scientific Research Institute for System Analysis, RAS, Moscow, Russia
Comley R., Prof., Middlesex University, London, UK
Kryzhanovski B.V., corr. member of the RAS, Center for Optical Neural
Technologies, Scientific Research Institute for System Analysis RAS, Moscow,
Podladchikova L.N., KRINC SFedU, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Poznanski R., Prof., Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, USA
Poljanski V.B., Prof., MSU, Moscow, Russia
Rabinovich M.I., Prof., University of California, San Diego, USA
Rachkovskij D.A., Prof., International Research and Training Center for
Information Technologies and Systems NAS and Ministry of Education and
Science, Kiev, Ukraine
Rybak I.A., Prof., Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA
Shevelev I.A., full member of the RAS, IHNA NF RAS, Moscow, Russia
Yahno V.G., Prof., Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
The main topic of the ICNC-09
“Living organism in the real world: from neurophysiology towards brain-based
In the framework of the ICNC-09 will be held:
The Third International Symposium on Neuroinformatics and Neurocomputers (3rd
The International Symposium on “Brain-Computer” Interface
The Fifth International Young Scientists School
Neuro-2009: “Neuroinformatics, Neurocybernetics, Neurocomputers”
The International Workshop on Modern Methods for Neuroscience Research
The topics of ICNC-09 will be as follows:
Cellular and subcellular mechanisms of neural functions, and their
Genesis of rhythms and oscillatory activity in the brain mechanisms of
perception, attention and mind
Perception, motion control, and image recognition in the real world
Biologically motivated algorithms, models, and tools for real-world
Neural architectures and synthesis of brain-based devices
Working languages of the Conference are English and Russian.
Regular participant: €100
The registration fee will cover the Conference proceedings, coffee-breaks, and
excursions. Participation in the Conference and publication will be
contingent on the payment of a Conference fee.
March 15, 2009 – deadline for abstract submission
May 15, 2009 – notification of acceptance of abstracts
Registration form (available on ICNC-09 website)
8.Title of presentation and authors
9.Presentation type (oral or poster)
10.Do you plan to participate in The Third International Symposium on
Neuroinformatics and Neurocomputers (yes/no)?
11.Do you plan to participate in The International Symposium
on “Brain-Computer” Interface (yes/no)?
12.Do you plan to participate in The International Workshop on Modern Methods
for Neuroscience Research (yes/no)?
13.Do you plan to participate in The Fifth International Young Scientists
School Neuro-2009: “Neuroinformatics, Neurocybernetics, Neurocomputers”
Publication of the ICNC-09 Papers
ICNC-09 Proceedings will be published before the conference including papers
submitted and accepted by the Organizing Committee. Selected papers submitted
in English will be published in international journal "Journal of Integrative
Neuroscience", Publisher "World Scientific"
(http://www.worldscinet.com/jin/jin.shtml). Selected papers submitted in
Russian will be published in Russian journal “Neurocomputers: development and
CALL FOR PAPERS
Contributed papers must be received, in Russian or English, by March 15, 2009.
Notification of acceptance will be provided by May 15, 2009. Papers should be
submitted electronically as Word files via ICNC09 web site
(http://icnc09.krinc.ru) or by e-mail (icnc09 at nisms.krinc.ru) using the
phrase “ICNC-09 paper submission” in the subject line to Organizing Committee
of ICNC-09. Camera-ready papers should be presented in the following format:
1.Papers must not exceed four pages in length, with 2 cm margins on top, 1.5
cm on bottom, and 2 cm on both sides in a double-column format with the Times
New Roman font, with single line spacing. The column width should be 8 cm.
The distance between columns should be 1 cm. The text should be fully
2.Each paper should start with the title, author(s), affiliation(s), and the
e-mail address of the corresponding author, printed in the full page format
(centered).The title should be printed starting from the top line of the
first page by capital letters with the bold font of 14 points. The title
should be followed by one empty line, then author(s) name(s) (initials
preceding) should be printed by lowercase letters with the bold font of 12
3.Affiliation(s) should follow author(s)’ name(s) (staring in the next line),
all affiliations for each author should be indicated. If an authors have
several affiliations, they should be numbered. E-mail address of the
corresponding author should be printed in the next line. Then, two lines
should be omitted.
4.The paper should include a short abstract (in English, up to 10 lines),
introduction, methods, results, conclusions, references. Subtitles in the
text should occupy a separate line, be centered and printed by lowercase
letters with the bold font of 12 points, and be separated from the top and
bottom text by empty lines.
5.Figures should be placed into the paper text (in current column). Figure
legends should be formatted according to the figure width and printed with
the font of 10 points.
6.Table numbers and titles should be placed above tables and printed with the
bold font of 12 points.
7.Figures and tables should be enumerated throughout the paper. Single figures
and tables should not be enumerated.
8.Formulas printed in a separate line(s) should be centered. Formula number(s)
should be right-aligned and put into parenthesis.
9.References in the paper text should be made by numbers and put into square
10.Reference list should be printed by lowercase letters with the bold font of
12 points in alphabetic order. If the paper is submitted in Russian,
references to papers in Russian should precede those to English papers. If
the paper is submitted in English, all references to papers in Russian should
be translated in English and marked as (in Russian) at the end.
Organizing Committee of ICNC-09
A.B.Kogan Research Institute for Neurocybernetics, Southern Federal University
194/1 Stachka Ave, Rostov-on-Don 344090 Russia
phone: +7 863-243-37-44
phone/fax: +7 863-243-35-77
e-mail: icnc09 at nisms.krinc.ru
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