[Comp-neuro] IJCNN 2011: Neuroscience & Neurocognitive track (Feb.
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REMINDER: IJCNN 2011 Submission Deadline is February 1, 2011
IJCNN 2011, to be held in San Jose, California, July 31 - August 5, 2011, is
making a special effort to invite participation from researchers working in
computational neuroscience, cognitive science, neurocognitive models,
neuroengineering and related areas. The conference will feature:
* A special track on "Neuroscience and Neurocognition", where authors can
submit full papers or abstracts.
* A multi-session symposium featuring invited talks by leading researchers
in areas covering the spectrum from neurocognitive brain networks
through computational neuroscience to brain-machine interfaces and
* Special sessions and poster sessions on areas related to neuroscience
If your work falls into any of these areas, we strongly encourage you to submit
papers or abstracts to IJCNN 2011.
Please visit http://www.ijcnn2011.org for more information.
The complete call for papers and abstracts is attached below.
2011 International joint Conference on Neural Networks
CALL FOR PAPERS AND ABSTRACTS
Submissions of research papers and abstracts are now open 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
sponsored jointly by the International Neural Network Society and the IEEE
Computational Intelligence Society.
For the first time, IJCNN 2011 will also feature a Special Track on
Neuroscience and Neurocognition, for which authors may submit abstracts as well
as full papers (for details, please see
Full Papers: February 1, 2011
Abstracts: February 1, 2011 (for Special Track on Neuroscience and
Papers and abstracts should be submitted through the on-line submission system
at the conference website: http://www.ijcnn2011.org
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
* Special sessions and panels covering topics of active current
* Focused sessions on the theme "From Brains to Machines" featuring
invited speakers and contributed presentations.
* Pre-conference tutorials and post-conference workshops with
presentations by experts.
* Challenging competitions on applying neural networks to difficult
Several Competition Challenges are also open with deadlines between January and
March 2011 (check www.ijcnn2011.org/competitions.php for details).
New high-quality proposals for post-conference workshops will also continue to
We look forward to seeing you in San Jose!
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)
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