FUZZ-IEEE 2001 Call for Tutorial Proposals


Subject: FUZZ-IEEE 2001 Call for Tutorial Proposals
From: Alexios Chouchoulas (alexios@dai.ed.ac.uk)
Date: Wed Apr 26 2000 - 17:47:09 MET DST


FUZZ-IEEE 2001 Call for Tutorial Proposals

The IEEE-FUZZ'2001 Organising Committee invites proposals for the
tutorial program of the Tenth IEEE International Conference on
Fuzzy Systems.

                Submission Requirements

To propose a tutorial, please send an up to 2 page proposal as an
email attachment (plain text preferred) to the address below or by
regular post. The proposal should provide sufficient information to
evaluate the suitability of the topic, the quality of the tutorial
material, and the tutor's skill at presenting this material. Each
proposal should include at least the following:

* Goal of the tutorial: How relevant is the proposed tutorial?
Who is the target audience? What will the audience walk away with?
What makes the topic interesting?

* Tutorial content: An outline of the tutorial and list of additional
materials. Indicate whether past tutorial slides and survey articles
already exist.

* Biographical note of the tutor: Background in the tutorial area,
including a list of representative publications and/or presentations;
evidence of teaching experience (courses taught or tutorials given);
and evidence of scholarship in fuzzy logic and fuzzy systems.

* Contact: name, mailing address, e-mail address, and phone and fax numbers.

                Other Information

All tutorials will be 3 hours long and require the submission of
notes for copying at least 50 days before the scheduled tutorial.
Tutorials will be on Sunday, 2 December 2001. Tutorials will
only run if there are at least 10 full registrations by the early
registration deadline. Travel expenses (airfare and taxis only) of the
tutorial presenters, one per tutorial, will be covered by the Conference.

                Important Dates

* Proposal submission: Friday, 1 June 2001

* Notification of acceptance: Friday, 17 August 2001

* Submission of completed tutorial materials: 12 October 2001

Please send tutorial proposals to:

Dr Qiang Shen
Division of Informatics
University of Edinburgh
80 South Bridge
Edinburgh EH1 1HN
UK

Email: qiangs@dai.ed.ac.uk
Tel: +44 131 650 2705
Fax: +44 131 650 6516
        +44 131 650 6513

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