CFP IEEE Joint Symposia on Intelligence and Systems

Dr. Peggy Israel Doerschuk israel at sal.lamar.edu
Tue Nov 18 20:33:40 EST 1997


 CALL FOR PAPERS                                      
                                                                           
 INTERNATIONAL IEEE JOINT SYMPOSIA on                            
 INTELLIGENCE and SYSTEMS                                  
                                                                           
 Washington, DC, May 21-23, 1998                              
 
 (Memorial Day is May 25 -- tours will be                      
  arranged for May 23.  Families welcome.)                                        
                     
 Check out our Web page at http://www-xdiv.lanl.gov/sis
                                                      
 Sponsored by: IEEE Computer Society                                       

 In cooperation with:  IEEE CS TAI Conference; AAAI Society; SMC Society;  
 NN Society; Robotics and Automation Society; IARP Society; ACM Society;   
 BU-CIS Center, UCrete                                                     
                                                                             
 SCOPE OF SYMPOSIA: The joint Symposia on Intelligence and systems offer     
 theoretical and practical media for the constructive interaction among      
 scientists and practitioners from different research fields (computers,     
 mathematics, physics, biology, medicine, chemistry, engineering, etc.)      
 having as goals the development of methodologies and tools for the solution 
 of complex problems in neuroscience and biology, automation and robotics,   
 image, speech and natural languages, and their integration.                 
                                                                             
 General Symposia Chair:  N.G. Bourbakis, BU, CIS & UC                       
 Phone: (607) 777-2165;  Email: bourbaki at binghamton.edu                      
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 3rd IEEE Symposium on INTELLIGENCE in NEURAL and BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS (INBS)  
                                                                             
 SOME TOPICS: DNA Sequence Processing, Genome Processes, DNA                 
       Topologies, Genome Mapping and Sequencing, Molecular Biology,         
    Biological Models, Computational Biology, Evolutionary   Dynamics,       
         Evolutionary Computation Models, Learning, Perception, Models of    
         Self Organization, Emergent Phenomena, Artificial and Biological    
         Neural Nets, Neuroscientific Models, etc.                           
                                                                      
 Program Chairs: J. Gattiker, LANL and I. Rigoutsos, IBM TJ Watson    
         Research Center.                                             
 Phone: (505) 665-0604 & (914) 784-7968;                              
 Email: gatt at xdiv.lanl.gov & rigoutso at watson.ibm.com 
 Submit summary to: James R. Gattiker, TA3, SM43, MSF645, DP13S, XCM,  	
   Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM  87544                          
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 3rd IEEE Symposium on INTELLIGENCE in AUTOMATION and ROBOTICS (IAR)  
                                                                      
 SOME TOPICS: Robot Path Planning, Multiple Robot Motion Planning,    
    Autonomous Navigation, Arm/Leg Control, Robot Vision, Visual      
    Tracking, Human-Robot Symbiosis, Telerobotics, Micro and          
    Nano Robotics, Robot Cooperation, Assembly Strategies, Sensors,   
    Walking/Running Robots, Task Planning, Process Planning,          
    Scheduling, Intelligent Control, etc.                                                  
                                                                      
 Program Chairs: A. Tascillo, FORD and P. Israel Doerschuk, LU        
 Phone: (313) 845-7427 & (409) 880-8782;                              
 Email: atascill at ford.com & israel at sal.lamar.edu 
 Submit summary to: Anya L. Tascillo, 16886 Elwell Road, 
   Belleville, MI 48111                       
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 3rd IEEE Symposium on IMAGE, SPEECH, NATURAL LANGUAGE SYSTEMS (ISNLS)      
                                                                            
 SOME TOPICS: Image (Coding, Compression, Encryption, Segmentation,         
         Enhancement, Restoration, Skeletonization, Analysis, Morphology,   
         Databases, Video, Pattern Recognition, OCR, Image Understanding    
         & Interpretations, Mathematical Methods);                          
         Speech (Coding, Compression, Processing, Analysis, Synthesis,      
         Recognition, Understanding);                                       
         Natural Language (NL) Processing, Computational Linguistics,       
         Document Processing, NL Translation, NL Understanding,             
         Multimedia, etc.                                                   
 Papers on the technical details of the commercial (e.g. , consumer         
 electronics), scientific, and medical applications of the above are        
 encouraged.                                                                
                                                                            
 Program Chairs: J.S. Mertoguno, FUJITSU and R. Brooks, FUJITSU             
 Phone: (408) 922-9599, (408) 922-9520;                                     
 Email: jmertogu at fmi.fujitsu.com & rbrooks at fmi.fujitsu.com                  
 Submit summary to: Johannes S. Mertoguno, M/S 353, Fujitsu 
  Microelectronics Inc., 50 Rio Robles, San Jose, CA 95134       
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Please send four copies of an extended summary (no more than 6 pages)      
describing the methodology and/or results by Dec. 15, 1997 to the          
appropriate address above.  Notification of acceptance (please provide 
email address or fax number) by Feb. 1, 1998.  Camera ready articles by 
March 31, 1998.  A collection of best papers will be published in an 
archival Journal and an Award will be given to each best paper per 
Symposium as well.                                     
                                                                           
                
                                                                           
                                    

                                  
              





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