[rule110] ICANNGA 2005 - 7th International Conference on Adaptive and Natural Computing Algorithms

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ICANNGA 2005 - 7th International Conference on Adaptive and Natural
Computing Algorithms

to be held at University of Coimbra,
Portugal, March 21st to 23rd, 2005
ICANNGA05 Web page: http://icannga05.dei.uc.pt/


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C A L L  F O R  P A P E R S
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The focus of ICANNGA is on both the theoretical aspects and also on
the practical applications of computational paradigms inspired by
adaptive and natural processes, with special emphasis on adaptive and
machine learning systems, neural networks, evolutionary algorithms,
fuzzy systems, support vector machines, biological computation and
quantum computing.
It is expected that the conference will be preceded by a day of
tutorials on 20th March 2005.


SCOPE

Contributions are sought in the following  topic areas list, which is
not exhaustive:
- Neural Networks: architectures, algorithms, learning theory,
approximation, complexity, biological foundations,computational
neuroscience, neurodynamics, associative memory, cognitive science,
neurocognition, unsupervised learning, reinforcement learning, kernel
learning, support vector machines, independent component analysis

- Evolutionary Computation: genetic algorithms, genetic programming,
biological computation, classifier systems, artificial life,
artificial immune systems, particle swarm intelligence, evolution
strategies, ant colony optimization, swarm intelligence, evolvable
hardware

- Soft Computing: fuzzy systems, fuzzy dynamical systems, uncertain
systems, hybrid systems, neuro-fuzzy controllers, genetic learning of
neural networks, embedded computing for intelligent systems, real-time
computational intelligence, probabilistic computing, chaotic
computing, machine learning

- Bioinformatics and Computational Biology: molecular computing, DNA
computing, bioinformatics databases, computational genomics,
computational proteomics, clustering, mapping gene expression and
micro arrays, gene identification and anotation, molecular evolution,
molecular sequence analysis, protein structure

- Quantum Computing: quantum control, supercomputing, autonomic
computing, data mining of scientific data, grid computing, advanced
algorithms

- Applications: medicine, prediction of atmospheric pollution and
weather forecasting, quantitative socio-dynamics, pattern recognition,
signal processing, control, simulation, robotics, transport, defence,
security, environment, finance and business, data mining and
Intelligent databases, speech recognition and natural language,
intelligence image processing and computer vision


The official conference language is English.
The conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag
(Vienna) following the tradition of its predecessors.


PAPER SUBMISSION

Contributed papers, invited sessions and tutorial proposals are
solicited. Authors should submit a full paper of their proposed
contribution before 15th September 2004. Contributed papers and papers
for invited sessions must comply with the Springer-Verlag conference
format (http://icannga05.dei.uc.pt/authors)and should not exceed 4
two-column pages. Prospective authors are invited to submit full
papers in PDF or Postscript format through the conference Web site.
For instructions on how to submit a proposal for an invited session,
see the conference Web site.


IMPORTANT DATES

-  Submission of tutorials and invited session proposals: 30th July 2004
-  Submission of draft papers: 15th September 2004
-  Notification of acceptance: 15th November 2004
-  Delivery of camera-ready papers: 15th December 2004
-  Conference dates: 21st, 22nd and 23rd, March 2005


SECRETARIAT

For further information please contact:

Paula Mano (Secretariat)
Department of Informatics Engineering
University of Coimbra, Polo II
3030-290 Coimbra - Portugal

Fax: (+351) 239 701266
Email: icannga05@xxxxxxxxx
Web site: http://icannga05.dei.uc.pt/


PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Prof. B. Ribeiro (Chair), University of Coimbra, Portugal
Dr. G. Andrejkova, P.J. Safarik University, Kosice , Slovakia
Prof. B. Beliczynski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Prof.  L. Borges de Almeida, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Prof. Krzysztof Cios, University of Colorado, USA
Dr. H. Bischof, Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision,Graz,Austria
Prof. W. Brauer, Technische Universitaet München, Germany
Prof. P. Carvalho, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Prof. E. Costa, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Prof. A. Dobnikar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dr. M. Dorigo, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Prof. A. Dourado, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Dr. G. Dray, Ecole des Mines d'Ales, France
Dr. E. Gaura, Coventry University, UK
Dr. C. Giraud-Carrier, ELCA Informatique SA, Lausanne, Switzerland
Dr. K. Hlavackova-Schindler,Inst.Comp.Aided Automation,Vienna,Austria
Prof. J. Henriques, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Prof. O. Hoshino, Oita University, Japan
Prof. P.C. Kainen, Georgetown University, USA
Dr. H. Karatza, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Dr. T. Tambouratzis, Nat.Centre Scient.Research "Demokritos",Greece
Dr. M. Karny, Inst. of Information Theory and Automation,Czech Republic
Dr. V. Kurkova, Institute of Computer Science, Czech Republic
Prof. P. Larranaga, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Prof. F. Silva Leite, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Dr. A. Leonardis, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Prof. T. Martinez, Brigham Young University, USA
Prof. F. Masulli, University of Pisa, Italy
Prof. L. Mokhnache, University of Batna, Algeria
Dr. R. Neruda, Institute of Computer Science, Czech Republic
Prof. N. Oliveira, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Prof. D. W. Pearson, University Jean Monnet, Saint-Etienne, France
Prof. N. Pavesic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dr. E. Pelikan, Institute of Computer Science, Czech Republic
Prof. A. Pinkus, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Prof. J  Principe, University of Florida, USA
Prof. V. Rayward-Smith, University of East Anglia, UK
Prof. C. Reeves, Coventry University, UK
Prof. S. Ribaric, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Prof. A. Rosa, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Prof. A.  Ruano, University of Algarve, Portugal
Dr. M. Sanguineti, University of Genoa, Italy
Prof. H. Saxen Abo Akademi, Finland
Dr. J. Sima, Institute of Computer Science, Czech Republic
Prof. C. Silva, Polythecnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal
Prof. K. Smith, Monash University, Australia
Prof. N. Steele, Coventry University, UK
Prof. A. Sung, New Mexico Tech, USA
Prof. P. Zufiria, University Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
Prof. K. Warwick, University of Reading, UK


International Advisory Committee

- Prof. R. Albrecht, University of Innsbruck, Austria
   - Prof. A. Dobnikar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
     - Dr. V. Kurkova, Czech Academy of Science, Czech Republic
       - Prof. D. Pearson, University Jean Monnet, Saint-Etienne, France
         - Prof. B. Ribeiro, University of Coimbra, Portugal
           - Prof. N. Steele, Coventry University, UK


ICANNGA

The ICANNGA series of Conferences has been organised since 1993 and
has a long history of promoting the principles and understanding of
computational intelligence paradigms within the scientific community.
Starting in Innsbruck, in Austria (1993), thence to Ales in France
(1995),  Norwich in England (1997), Porto  Roz in Slovenia (1999),
Prague in Czech Republic (2001) and finally Roanne, in France (2003),
the ICANNGA series has established itself for established workers in
the fields. The series has also been of value to young researchers
wishing both to extend their knowledge and experience and also meet
established workers in their fields.


VENUE

The 2005 Conference, the seventh in the ICANNGA series, will take
place at Coimbra University in Portugal, drawing on the experience of
previous events, and following the same general model, combining
technical sessions, including plenary lectures by renowned scientists,
with tutorials and workshop panels.

Coimbra University is the oldest University in Portugal and one of the
oldest in Europe (with a history in excess of 700 years) and has
always been ready to embrace new challenges over the years. It thus
offers a perfect environment to discuss the most important computing
paradigms of modern informatics. In a rapidly advancing world, where
technology and engineering change dramatically, new challenges in
modern informatics compel us to broaden the Conference themes in order
to take into account new developments. Nevertheless we have kept the
acronym ICANNGA, which now stands for "International Conference on
Adaptive and Natural ComputiNG Algorithms".

Coimbra is an old city, dating from before to the arrival of the
Romans in Lusitania. It is located on the border line between the
highlands and lowlands in the Central Region of Portugal, boasting
some of the finest architectural examples in the country.

The oldest Portuguese University, with a history spanning seven
centuries and with a large spectrum of expertise, is its most precious
asset. Traditional and new areas of Engineering are taught and
investigated at the Faculty of Science and Technology in comfortable
and attractive surroundings.
The town is about 200 kms north of Lisbon, and 100 kms south of
Oporto, both cities with major airport. Coimbra is easily accessible
from these international airports and railway stations at both cities,
using the regular local train service between Lisbon or Oporto and
Coimbra.
Travel and hotel information for conference delegates will
bedisseminated via the conference web site.


SOCIAL EVENTS

1. March 21st, 19:00 - Organ Concert at the University Chapel.
2. March 21st, 20:00 - Welcome Reception in the cloisters of Se Velha
(11th century Cathedral, located at 5 minutes walking distance from
the Conference Center).
3. March 22nd, 20:20 - Banquet Dinner, in the Sao Marcos's Palace
(former summer royal residence).
4. March 24th, 09:00 - 19:00, Post-conference Tour: Full-day tour to
Alcobaca, Obidos, Nazare and Batalha.

Social Program For Accompanying Persons
1. March 22nd, 9:00 - 17:30, Full-day tour to Coimbra.
2. March 23rd, 9:00 - 18:00, Full-day tour to Conimbriga, Bucaco, and
Luso (Thermal Springs).

Tours Pre-Registration
Tours will take place with a minimum of 25 persons. In order to help
planning the tours please fill and send the Pre-Registration Form (PDF
format or Microsoft Word format) until 15th of March.
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