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    Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC)
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    --------------CALL FOR PAPERS-------------
    3rd NNA (Neural Netorks and Applications),
    3rd FSFS (Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Systems) and
    3rd EC (Evolutionary Computation)

    A unique triplet of soft computing conferences!!!
    Interlaken, Switzerland, February 11-15, 2002

    URL:
    http://www.worldses.org/wses/conferences/2002/interlaken/nna
    http://www.worldses.org/wses/conferences/2002/interlaken/fsfs
    http://www.worldses.org/wses/conferences/2002/interlaken/ec

    EMAIL:
    interlaken2002@groupmail.com
    OR
    interlaken2002@worldses.org

    Sponsored by: The World Scientific and Engineering Society (WSES)
    Sector of Electrical Engineering, Sector of Mechanical Engineering,
    Sector of Chemical Engineering,
    Sector of Oceanic Engineering, Sector of Aerospace Engineering, WSES
    Soft Computing Technical
    Committee, WSES Automatic Control Technical Committee, WSES Computer
    Science Technical
    Committee

    DEADLINE FOR PAPER SUBMISSION: SEPTEMBER 30, 2001
    NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION: OCTOBER 31, 2001

    INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE:

     Chair:
    Prof. David Fogel, Natural Selection Company, IEEE Editor Trans.EC.,
    USA.
    Prof. Janusz Kacprzyk, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland.
    Prof. Nikos Mastorakis, Hellenic Naval Academy, Greece.
    Prof. Erkki Oja, Helsinki University of Technology (HTU), Finland.
    Prof. Francisco Torrens, Universitat de Valencia, Spain.
    Prof. Michio Sugeno, Brain Science Institute, Japan.
    * Honorary Chairman: Prof. Lotfi Zadeh, University of Berkeley, USA

    Members of the International Scientific Committee:

    Prof. Peter G. Anderson, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, USA.
    Prof. Diego Andina, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid, Spain.
    Prof. George Antoniou, Mont Clair State University, NJ, USA.
    Prof. Jacob Barhen, CESAR, ORNL, TN, USA also with JPL, California,
    USA.
    Prof. Hans-Georg Beyer, University of Dortmund, Germany.
    Prof. Hans-Heinrich Bothe, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark.
    Prof. Andrew Lim Leong Chye, National University of Singapore,
    Singapore.
    Prof. Patrick Corr, The Queen's University of Belfast, Northern
    Ireland.
    Prof. Satnam Dlay, University of Newcastle, UK.
    Prof. Meng Joo Er, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
    Prof. Janos Fodor, Szent Istvan University, Hungary.
    Prof. Kaoru Hirota, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
    Prof. Dae-Seong Kang, Dong-A University, Korea.
    Prof. Nikola Kasabov, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
    Prof. Rudolf Kruse, Universitaet Magdeburg, Germany.
    Prof. Franz Kurfess, Concordia University, Canada.
    Prof. Mike Myung-Ok Lee, Dongshin University, Korea.
    Prof. Valeri Mladenov, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands.
    Prof. Ahmed Mohamed, American University of Cairo, Egypt.
    Prof. Masoud Mohammadian, University of Canberra, Australia.
    Prof. Fionn Murtagh, The Queen's University of Belfast, Northern
    Ireland.
    Prof. Fazel Naghdy, University of Wollongong, Australia.
    Prof. Raul Rojas, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany.
    Prof. David Sanchez, Elsevier: Neurocomputing, Editor in Chief,
    Pasadena, USA.
    Prof. Tom Whalen, The Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA.
    Prof. Yanqing Zhang, The Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA.
    Prof. Qingfu Zhang, UMIST, Manchester, UK.
    Prof. Hans-Jorgen Zimmermann, RWTH Aaachen, Germany.
    Prof. Jacek Zurada, University of Louisville, USA.

     WSES TECHNICAL COMMITTEE FOR SOFT COMPUTING

     Prof. Diego Andina, E.T.S.I. Telecomunicacion, Ciudad Universitaria,
    Madrid, Spain
     Prof. Osyczka Andrzej, Kracow University of Technology, Poland
     Prof. L.M. Cheng, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
     Prof. Satnam S. Dlay, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
     Prof. Gunhan Dundar, Bogazici University, Turkey
     Prof. Karen Egiazarian, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
     Prof. Jose N. Fidalgo, Pr. Republica, 93, Porto, Portugal
     Prof. Ales Grmela, AGCES, Praha, Czech Republic
     Prof. Cathy M. Helgason, University of Illinois, USA
     Prof. Pilar Jarabo Amores, Universidad de Alcala, Spain
     Prof. Shahram Javadi, MOSHANIR Co., Tehran, Iran
     Prof. Jose M. Jerez, University of Malaga, Spain
     Prof. Zygmunt Kitowski, Polish Naval Academy, Poland
     Prof. Suwat Kuntanapreeda, King Mongkot's Inst. North Bangkok, Thailand

     Prof. C. N. Manikopoulos New Jersey Institute of Technology, Univ.
    Heights, USA
     Prof. Iveta Mrazova, Malostranske nam. 25, Praha 1, 118 00, Czech
    Republic
     Prof. Arif Selcuk Ogrenci, Bogazici University, Turkey
     Prof. Gennadii Ososkov, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
     Prof. David Powers, The Flinders University of South Australia,
    Adelaide, Australia
     Prof. M. A. Rahman, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
     Prof. Imre J. Rudas, 8, Nepszinhaz, Budapest, Hungary
     Prof. Danuta Rutkowska, Technical University of Czestochowa, Poland
     Prof. Bart Rylander, University of Portland, USA
     Prof. Roland Schwaiger, University of Salzburg, Austria
     Prof. Peter Sincak, Center for Intelligent Technologies, Slovakia
     Prof. Davor Skrlec, University of Zagreb, Croatia
     Prof. Wolfgang Slany, Technische Universitaet Wien, Austria
     Prof. Michio Sugeno, Brain Science Institute, Japan
     Prof. Les Sztandera, Philadelphia University, USA
     Prof. Annamaria R. Varkonyi-Koczy, Univ. of Technology and Economics,
    Hungary
     Prof. Marley M. B. R. Vellasco, Pontificia Univ. Catolica do Rio de
    Janeiro, Brazil
     Dr. Roshidi Bin Din, Northern University of Malaysia, Malaysia
     Dr. Sukkar Fadel, Univ. of Aleppo, Syria
     Dr. Toshiki Kindo, Higashimita, Tama-ku, Kawasaki, Japan
     Dr. Faye F. Liu, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
     Dr. Peter Planinsic, University of Maribor, Slovenia
     Dr. Khalid Saeed, 45A Wiejska, Bialystok, 15 351 Bialystok, Poland
     Dr. Tarek El. Tobely, Kyushu University, Japan
     Dr. Man Leung Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

    NNA'02 TOPICS:
    ==============
    Biological Neural Networks
    Artificial Neural Networks
    Mathematical Foundations of Neural Networks
    Virtual Environments
    Neural Networks (NN) for Signal Processing
    Connectionist Systems
    Learning Theory
    Architectures and Algorithms
    Neurodynamics and Attractor Networks
    Pattern Classification and Clustering
    Hybrid and Knowledge-Based Networks
    Artificial Life
    Implementation of (artificial) NN
    VLSI techniques for NN implementation
    Neural Control
    NN for Robotics
    NN for Optimization, Systems theory and Operational Research
    NN in Numerical Analysis problems
    NN Training using Fuzzy Logic
    NN Training using Evolutionary Computations
    Interaction between: Neural Networks - Fuzzy Logic - Genetic Algorithms
    NN and Non-linear Systems
    NN and Chaos and Fractals
    Modeling and Simulation
    Hybrid Intelligent systems
    Neural Networks for Electric Machines
    Neural Networks for Power Systems
    Neural Networks for Real-Time Systems
    Neural Networks in Information Systems
    Neural Networks in Decision Support Systems
    Neural Networks and Discrete Event Systems
    Neural Networks in Communications
    Neural Networks for Multimedia
    Neural Networks for Educational Software
    Neural Networks for Software Engineering
    NN for Adaptive Control
    NN for Aerospace, Oceanic and Vehicular Engineering
    Man-Machine Systems
    Cybernetics and Bio-Cybernetics
    Relevant Topics and Applications
    Parallel and Distributed Systems
    Special Topics
    Others.

    FSFS'02 TOPICS:
    ==============
    Fuzzy Logic
    Fuzzy Sets
    Fuzzy Topology and Fuzzy Functional Analysis
    Fuzzy Differential Geometry
    Fuzzy Differential Equations
    Fuzzy Algorithms
    Fuzzy Geometry
    Fuzzy Languages
    Fuzzy Control
    Fuzzy Signal Processing
    Fuzzy Subband Image Coding
    VLSI Fuzzy Systems
    Approximate Reasoning
    Fuzzy Logic and Possibility theory
    Fuzzy Expert Systems
    Fuzzy Systems theory
    Connectionist Systems
    Learning Theory
    Pattern Classification and Clustering
    Hybrid and Knowledge-Based Networks
    Artificial Life
    Fuzzy Systems in Robotics
    Fuzzy Systems for Operational Research
    NN Training using Fuzzy Logic
    Interaction between: Neural Networks - Fuzzy Logic - Genetic Algorithms
    Fuzzy Systems and Non-linear Systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Chaos and Fractals
    Modeling and Simulation
    Hybrid Intelligent systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Electric Machines
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Power Systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Real-Time Systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Information Systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Decision Support Systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Discrete Event Systems
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Communications
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Multimedia
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Educational Software
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Software Engineering
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Adaptive Control
    Fuzzy Systems and Fuzzy Engineering for Aerospace, Oceanic and Vehicular

    Engineering
    Man-Machine Systems
    Cybernetics and Bio-Cybernetics
    Relevant Topics and Applications
    Parallel and Distributed Systems
    Special Topics
    Others.

    EC'02 TOPICS:
    =============
    Genetic Algorithms (GA)
    Mathematical Foundations of GA
    Evolution Strategies
    Genetic Programming
    Evolutionary Programming
    Classifier Systems
    Cultural algorithms
    Simulated Evolution
    Artificial Life
    Learning Theory
    Pattern Classification and Clustering
    Evolutionary Computations (EC) in Knowledge Engineering
    Evolvable Hardware
    Molecular Computing
    EC in Control Theory
    EC in Signal Processing
    EC for Image Coding
    Approximate Reasoning
    EC in Robotics
    EC for Operational Research
    Neural Networks Training using EC
    Interaction between: Neural Networks - Fuzzy Logic - Evolutionary
    Computations
    EC and Non-linear Systems theory
    Modeling and Simulation
    Hybrid Intelligent systems
    EC for Electric Machines
    EC for Power Systems
    EC for Real-Time Systems
    EC for Information Systems
    EC for Decision Support Systems
    EC for Discrete Event Systems
    EC for Communications
    EC for Multimedia
    EC for Educational Software
    EC for Software Engineering
    EC for Adaptive Control
    EC for Aerospace, Oceanic and Vehicular Engineering
    Global Optimization
    Man-Machine Systems
    Cybernetics and Bio-Cybernetics
    Relevant Topics and Applications
    Parallel and Distributed Systems
    Special Topics
    Others.

    INTERLAKEN,SWITZERLAND
    =======================

    "Followinthefootstepsof
    Goetheand
    Mendelssohn."

     Poets and composers have
     always been happy to let
     Interlaken cast it's magic
     spell on them, and Lord
     Byron thought himself in a
     dream upon glimpsing the
     town.

     Interlaken does indeed
     make quite an impression
     on visitors. This charming
     little town with its long
     years of experience in con-
     ducting international confe-
     rences will make you feel
     at home for a few unfor-
     gettable days.

     "Interlaken, between two
    magnificent lakes."

    As the name implies, Inter-
    laken is situated between
    two magnificent lakes. The
    location of Interlaken is
    ideal.
    Tucked between the Lakes
    of Thun and Brienz, sur-
    rounded by the unparallel-
     ed scenery of world-fa-
     mous, snowcovered 4000
     metre mountains, Interla-
     ken not only offers the
     most beautiful backdrop for
     a window shopping tour. It
     also provides ideal condi-
     tions for a tour of the sur-
      rounding landscape. Not
     the least of these being the
     warm and friendly welcome
     extended by the people all
     around the region.

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