Track 2: Computational Intelligence in CSII 2016 

Call For Papers

Computational Intelligence is extensively developed in the field of artificial intelligence, which include artificial neural networks, fuzzy systems, genetic algorithms and evolutionary computations. In these disciplines, respective method adopts not only their intrinsic basic methods but also advanced learning, optimized adaptation and evolutional computations. These developing methods are applied to automatic operation of the car, advanced networking and many robotics. These disciplines are deeply related to computer and information sciences, computer technologies, computational neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and machine learnings. The track of Computational Intelligence in CSII 2016 covers the following topics, but not limited.

Topics of Computational Intelligence in CSII 2016

Neural networks and soft computing
Machine learning, Deep learning
Advanced artificial intelligence
Fuzzy systems and its applications
Genetic algorithms and its extension
Evolutionary computation
Chaos theory and its extension
Bayesian method and its networks
Cognitive computation
Intelligent robotics
Reliability intelligent computations

Computational Intelligence Organization

General Conference Chair: Roger Y. Lee (CMU,USA),
Conference Chair: Naohiro Ishii (AIT,Japan)
Program Chair: Simon Xu (Algoma University, Canada)
Track Chair of Computational Intelligence: Wenqian Shang (Communication University of China, China)

Important Dates
Paper Submission Period: July 1- September 30, 2016
Acceptance Notification: October 15, 2016
Camera Ready & Pre-Registration: October 30, 2016