1st Computational Intelligence Symposium (CIS) @ AISB 2014
** Final deadline extension - submission deadline now 24th January 2014 **
This symposium, focussing on the theory and application of computational intelligence techniques will take place as part of the AISB 2014 convention from April 1st-4th 2014 at Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
The convention is organised by the Society of the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB)
The convention website can be found here: http://www.aisb50.org
The field of computational intelligence is a broad one, encompassing nature-inspired computation, machine learning, intelligent agents, robotics, soft computing and data mining. These research areas have led to valuable insights into human cognition and a vast array of novel methods for optimising systems, mining large scale data and improving human-computer interaction across a large number of application areas. This symposium is designed to provide a forum for researchers in computational AI to exchange ideas and to present their theoretical and applied work to a group of like-minded individuals.
Call for Papers
Authors are invited to submit contributions based on any novel research in computational intelligence of a theoretical or applied nature. The indicative scope of computational intelligence will include (but is not limited to) the following areas:
- Nature-Inspired Computation
- Machine Learning
- Swarm Intelligence
- Expert Systems
- Intelligent Agents
- Soft Computing
- Data Mining
Finalised papers should be no longer than 8 pages in the format specified below.
Please submit extended abstracts (between 1 and 2 pages) in Microsoft Word format using this: CIS Word Template.
Please submit papers by e-mailing a PDF copy of your paper along with your contact details to the symposium chair.
Submission deadline: 24th January 2014
Author Notification: 3rd February 2014
Camera Ready Copy: 24th February 2014
The Convention will consist mainly of a number of collocated Symposia on specific research areas, interspersed with Convention-wide refreshment breaks, social events and invited Plenary Talks. All papers other than the invited Plenaries will be given within Symposia.
There will be a separate proceedings for each symposium, produced before the Convention. Each delegate at the Convention will receive, on arrival, a memory stick containing the proceedings of all symposia.
Dr Ed Keedwell, Harrison Building, North Park Road Exeter Devon EX4 4QF
Tel: 01392 264014
Dr Aladdin Ayesh
Dr Jacqueline Christmas
Prof. Richard Everson
Dr Jonathan Fieldsend
Dr Antony Galton
Dr Yiming Ying
Dr Colin Johnson