[Comp-neuro] BRICS-CCI & CBIC 2013 (2nd CFP)

guilherme guilherme at deti.ufc.br
Fri Apr 19 21:02:33 CEST 2013


2nd Call For Papers: BRICS-CCI & CBIC2013 - Brazil (8-11th Sept,2013)

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                   *SECOND*  Call FOR PAPERS

1st BRICS Countries Congress on Computational Intelligence (BRICS-CCI)
  11th Brazilian Congress on Computational Intelligence (CBIC 2013)

  Recife (Porto de Galinhas beach), Brazil, September 8th-11th, 2013

    Website:  http://www.brics-cci.org  .OR   http://www.cbic2013.org

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*** KEY DATES:
Submission Deadline:           *NEW* May 20th, 2013
Notification of Acceptance:    July  12th, 2013
Final Papers Due:              July  31th, 2013

*** MAIN TRACKS (of the sister conferences):
1) Neural and Learning Systems;
2) Fuzzy and Stochastic Modeling; and
3) Evolutionary and Swarm Computing. 

Topics of interest are neatly organized in three tracks and classified 
in Problems, Approaches and Technologies. For complete list => 
http://brics-cci.org/research-topics-brics-cci-cbic/

*** CO-LOCATED SYMPOSIA (alongside main tracks of the two conferences):
(I) CI in Bioinformatics (CIBS) 
(II) Complex Systems (CompSysS)
(III) Social Simulation (SocSimS)
(IV) CI Applications in Defense Systems (CIDefS)
(V) CI Applications in Industry (CIAppIndS)
(VI) CI/AI Theses and Dissertations Competition  (CI/AI TDC)
(VII) CI Algorithms Competition (CIAC)
(VIII) BRICS-CCI & CBIC Schools on CI (SCI & EBIC)

*** INTERNATIONAL CONFIRMED DISTINGUISHED GUESTS:
-Alan Kirman (d’Aix Marseille Université, EHESS – France) ** Keynote 
-Andries Engelbrecht (U. Pretoria – South Africa)
-Boleslaw Szymanski (Rensselaer Polytechnic - USA) ** Keynote 
-Cristovam Buarque (UNB – Brazil) *** Opening Speech
-Derong Liu (University Illinois – USA)
-Ganesh Kumar Venayagamoorthy (Clemson University - USA)
-Hani Hagras (University Essex – England)
-Hojjat Adeli (Ohio State University – USA) * Keynote & Honorary Chair
-Igor Aleksander (Imperial College – England) * Keynote & Honorary Chair
-Jaime Sichman (USP – Brazil) ** Keynote speaker 
-José Príncipe (University of Florida – USA) * Keynote & Honorary Chair
-Marco Dorigo (U. Libre de Bruxelles – Belgium) * Keynote & Honorary Chair
-Ronald Yager (Iona College – USA)
-Russell Eberhart (Purdue University – USA) * Keynote & Honorary Chair
-Sanaz Mostaghim (KIT – Germany)
-Snehashish Chkraverty (NIT – India) 
-Swagatam Das (ISI – India)
-Xin Yao (University of Birminham – England)
-Yaser Abu-Mostafa (Caltech – USA) ** Keynote speaker
-Yuhui Shi (U. Jiaotong-Liverpool – China)

*** PAPER PUBLICATION (in *10* special issues of international journals): 
- International Journal of Neural Systems(IJNS)
- Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering(ICAE) 
- International Journal of Swarm Intelligence Research(IJSIR)
- International Journal of Natural Computing Research(IJNCR)
- International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics(IJMLC)
- International Journal of Computational Intelligence &
Applications(IJCIA)
- Learning & NonLinear Models(SBIC Journal)
- Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society(JBCS)
- Paladyn. Journal of Behavioral Robotics(Paladyn)
- BRICS Journal of Computational Intelligence(BRICS-CI)

*** PAPER SUBMISSION:
- Paper type-O (on-going work): up to 2-page short-papers for 
 presenting  positions, on-going work and/or interesting ideas; 
- Paper type-R (Regular): up to 6-page full-papers for presenting 
 original work. To be presented orally (15 min. each) or as poster;
- Paper type-X (Extended): selected type-R papers up to 10-pages. 
 Presented  orally in special parallel sessions (20 min. each); 
- Paper type-H (Highlight): up to 12-page, invited only, for ground
 breaking or relevant surveys. 
* Paper format according to the IEEE A4 double column; 

*** OTHER HIGHLIGHTS:
- 2 Conferences of three tracks each;
- 4 Panels for discussions (Including "Trial of AI");
- 8 Symposia (2  Schools for: Ibero-American & International);
- 16 Plenary talks;
- Algorithms & Theses/Dissertations Competitions;
- Awards for Outstanding people;
- Awards for Best papers;
- Many Thematic Meetings on CI & BRICS;
- Busy Cultural Agenda;
- Family & Environment friendly Congress;
- Sports Activities (Soccer and Tennis competitions);
- Touristic Activities (Sightseeing, Scuba classes etc);
* 45 universities and 90 people contributing with this pioneering event!

*** ORGANIZATION (GENERAL JOINT-CHAIRS of BRICS-CCI & CBIC – 2013):
(B) Prof. Fernando Buarque (University of Pernambuco – Brazil)
(R) Prof. Ildar Batyrshin (Moscow Power Energy Institute – Russia)
(I) Prof. Sankar Pal (Indian Statistical Institute – India)
(C) Prof. Ying Tan (Peking University – China)
(S) Prof. Tshilidzi Marwala (University of Johannesburg – South Africa)

Complete list of organizers, check: http://brics-cci.org/organizers/

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   We are waiting for you in the stunning Porto de Galinhas beach!

  Website:  http://www.brics-cci.org  .OR   http://www.cbic2013.org
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