[Comp-neuro] Student Paper Competition and Conference CfPs

Andrew Meade meade at rice.edu
Tue Jun 17 11:04:32 CEST 2008


Dear Colleagues,

The following CfP, for the American Institute of Aeronautics and  
Astronautics (AIAA) Infotech at Aerospace 2009 Conference and Exhibit,  
might be of interest to you all. Excuse the multiple copies you might  
receive.

Please note that the extended abstract submission deadline is the  
18th of August 2008. Of particular interest is the student paper  
competition to be held on the topic of Intelligent Systems (Draft  
Paper Deadline: 6 October 2008). The requirements and submission  
process for this competition are described in the attached document.


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Detailed information on Infotech at Aerospace 2009 can be found at the  
following link: <http://www.aiaa.org/content.cfm? 
pageid=230&lumeetingid=2070>.
Thanks for your attention.

Andrew

Student Competition Co-Chair
Prof. Andrew Meade
Dept. MEMS, MS 321
Rice University
Houston, Texas 77005
713/348-5880; Fax 713/348-5423
meade at rice.edu

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FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

AIAA Infotech at Aerospace 2009 Conference and Exhibit
Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, WA, 6-9 April 2009

<http://www.aiaa.org/content.cfm?pageid=230&lumeetingid=2070>
<http://www.aiaa.org/events/infotech@aerospace/08-0202 I at A and UU  
2009 CFP_FINAL.pdf>

Infotech at Aerospace (I at A) is the AIAA?s premier forum addressing the  
information-enabled aerospace technologies, systems, and capabilities  
that are shaping the 21st century. This workshop-conference serves as  
AIAA?s main interface between the Aerospace and Information Systems  
communities, and will provide a unique opportunity for fostering  
interaction among the varied disciplines across these communities.

The primary focus of I at A is on information technologies that enable  
the design, implementation, and operation of current and future  
aerospace systems.  Sessions will address developments in key areas  
such as autonomous system capabilities and technologies; networked  
system concepts and design; robotic systems and technologies; human  
factors and human-system interaction, and more.

Topics of interest include (but are not restricted to):
?  Neural networks
?  Machine learning techniques
?  Machine vision
?  Model-based reasoning
?  Intelligent and adaptive control
?  Human-machine interaction

Important Dates:
Extended abstract deadline: August 18, 2008
Lead author notification:  December 5, 2008
Final manuscript deadline:  April 2, 2009
Conference: 6-9 April 2009


For further information, click on the link above or contact the  
organizers below:

General Chair:
Dr. Sanjay Garg
NASA Glenn Research Center, MS 77-1
21000 Brookpark Road
Cleveland, OH 44135
216/433-2685 ; Fax 216/433-8990
sanjay.garg at grc.nasa.gov

Technical Program Chairs:
Dr. Grigory Adamovsky
NASA Glenn Research Center, MS 77-1
21000 Brookpark Road
Cleveland, OH 44135
216/433-3736 ; Fax 216/433-8643
grigory.adamovsky-1 at nasa.gov

Dr. Michel Ingham
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Pasadena, CA 91109
818/393-6426 ; Fax 818/393-4100
michel.d.ingham at jpl.nasa.gov

Prof. James Rankin
Ohio University
120 RTEC
Athens, OH 45701
740/593-0371 ; Fax 740/593-0380
rankinj at ohio.edu




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