[Comp-neuro] IJCNN 2011 Call for neuroscience abstracts and full conference info

Yoonsuck Choe choe at cs.tamu.edu
Thu Oct 14 19:09:41 CEST 2010



 	* Apologies for cross-posting *


Dear colleagues,

This is sent on behalf or the IJCNN 2011 organizing commitee. This email 
is in two parts: (1) Call for neuroscience abstracts, and (2) call for 
regular papers.

 	2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks
 	San Jose, California
 	July 31 - August 5, 2011

 	Website: http://www.ijcnn2011.org

 	Deadlines:

 		Abstracts: February 1, 2011.

 		Papers: February 1, 2011

 		Tutorial/Workshop Proposals: December 1, 2010

 		Special Session Proposals: December 1, 2010

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/////// PART I: Call for neuroscience abstracts /////////////////////////
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Call for Abstracts
2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks – IJCNN 2011
San Jose, California
July 31 - August 5, 2011

Abstract submissions are invited for a special Neuroscience and Neurocognition 
Track at IJCNN 2011. The abstracts must focus on areas broadly related to 
neurobiology, cognitive science and systems biology, including – but not 
limited to – the following:

* Computational neuroscience. * Computational models of perception, cognition 
and behavior. * Models of learning and memory.
* Brain-machine interfaces and neural prostheses. * Brain-inspired cognitive 
models.
* Neuroinformatics. * Neuroevolution and development. * Models of neurological 
diseases and treatments
* Systems and computational biology.

Recognizing that some of the most exciting current research in neural networks 
is being done by researchers in neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science, 
and systems biology, the abstracts program seeks participation from the broader 
community of scientists in these areas by offering an accessible forum for the 
interdisciplinary exchange of ideas. It will also provide researchers – 
especially doctoral students and postdocs – with an opportunity to showcase 
ongoing research in advance of its publication in journals.

Abstracts must be no longer than 500 words plus as many as 5 bibliographic 
citations. No figures or tables can be included. Abstracts should be submitted 
through the IJCNN online submission system by February 1, 2011.

Unlike full papers, abstracts will receive only limited review to ensure their 
appropriateness for IJCNN and consistency with the focus areas of the abstracts 
program. Authors of accepted abstracts will be guaranteed a poster presentation 
at the conference. The authors of a limited number of exceptionally 
high-quality abstracts will be invited to give oral presentations, and possibly 
to submit full papers for the IJCNN 2011 special issue of the Elsevier journal, 
Neural Networks. Abstracts will not be included in the conference proceedings, 
but will be published on-line by the International Neural Network Society along 
with abstracts for all presentations at IJCNN 2011.

For details and updates, please check the conference website: 
http://www.ijcnn2011.org

Chairs of the Organizing Committee:
General Chair: Ali A. Minai (University of Cincinnati)
Program Chair: Hava Siegelmann (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Technical Co-Chairs: Michael Georgiopoulos (University of Central Florida)
                                      Cesare Alippi (Politecnico di Milano)

IJCNN 2011 is organized jointly by the International Neural Network Society and 
the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.




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2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks
San Jose, California
July 31 - August 5, 2011

Website: http://www.ijcnn2011.org



Submissions are invited for the 2011 International Joint Conference on Neural 
Networks to be held at the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, California, July 31 – 
August 5, 2011.
The conference is organized jointly by the International Neural Networks 
Society and the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.

The range of topics covered includes, but is not limited to:

     * Neural network theory & models.		* Collective intelligence.
     * Computational neuroscience.		* Pattern recognition.
     * Cognitive models.				* Machine vision.
     * Brain-machine interfaces.			* Hybrid systems.
     * Embodied robotics.			* Self-aware systems.
     * Evolutionary neural systems.		* Data mining.
     * Neurodynamics.				* Sensor networks.
     * Neuroinformatics.				* Agent-based systems.
     * Neuroengineering. 			* Computational biology.
     * Neural hardware.				* Bioinformatics
     * Neural network applications.		* Artificial life.


The conference will feature:

     * Contributed technical talks and posters describing the latest research 
from around the world.
     * Plenary lectures by world-famous researchers in neural networks and 
related fields.
     * Special sessions covering topics of active current interest.
     * Pre-conference tutorials and post-conference workshops with presentations 
by experts.
     * Challenging competitions on applying neural networks to difficult 
computational problems.


Submission Deadlines:

Papers: February 1, 2011

Tutorial/Workshop Proposals: December 1, 2010

Special Session Proposals: December 1, 2010

Competition Proposals: August 31, 2010



Chairs of the Organizing Committee:

General Chair: Ali A. Minai (University of Cincinnati)
Program Chair: Hava Siegelmann (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Technical Co-Chairs: Michael Georgiopoulos (University of Central Florida)
                      Cesare Alippi (Politecnico di Milano)



Please check the conference website for updates: http://www.ijcnn2011.org



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Yoonsuck Choe, Ph.D.                     Dept. of Comp. Sci. & Engineering
Associate Professor                      Texas A&M University Director, Brain 
Networks Laboratory      3112 TAMU
Email: choe at tamu.edu, choe at cs.tamu.edu   College Station, TX 77843-3112
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