Thailand conference: deadline extended, interval papers sought


Subject: Thailand conference: deadline extended, interval papers sought
From: Vladik Kreinovich (vladik@cs.utep.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 11 2000 - 22:10:24 MET DST


Dear Friends,

On December 13-15, 2000, the first international conference on intelligent
technologies will be held in Thailand. The official deadline for
submission was September 4. Quite a few researchers have already asked for
an extension, since they have been out of town for Summer and need
time to finish their papers.

Professor Hung T. Nguyen, the conference's Organizing Co-Chair,
has recently returned from Bangkok, where he discussed this problem
with the local organizers. With the commitment of referees, it looks
like it is possible to referee a paper and publish it before the
conference if the paper is submitted before October 1.

So, if you are interested in submitting a paper, then the special
new deadline is
  October 1, 2000
Please refer to this email when submitting your paper.
(Camera-ready copies of the final versions of accepted papers are currently
scheduled to go to the publisher on November 1, so no further deadline
extension seems possible.)

Also, if anyone is interested in organizing an invited session with 4-5
papers, so that this organizer will take care of the refereeing
process, please contact me and Dr. Pratit Santiprabhob, the General
Chair of the conference (email pratit@s-t.au.ac.th), as soon as
possible. We will set up the deadlines for the refereed papers
and, if necessary, help with the refereeing.

If you are also interested in serving as a referee, please also let us
know.

The conference will be covering a wide range of different topics.
In particular, since Professor Santiprabhob is a former student of
Ladislav Kohout, one of the pioneers in interval methods in knowledge
representation, we would like to greatly encourage submissions in
this area. If someone is interested in organizing a special invited
session in this topic it will be great.

Professor Santiprabhob also
asked us to assure potential authors that the local organizers will do
their best to make the trip not only scientifically interesting, but
also pleasurable. During his recent visit, Hung T. Nguyen was very much
impressed by the organization, by the amazing campus and the beautiful
country.

Vladik
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                               CALL FOR PAPERS
       INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGIES - BANGKOK
                            DECEMBER 13-15, 2000
------------------------------------------------------------------------
The International Conference on Intelligent Technologies (InTech'2000) is
the first international conference on intelligent technologies to be held in
Bangkok, Thailand. The conference especially focuses on topics in Artificial
Intelligence, Soft Computing and related fields. The aims of InTech'2000 are
to:
* bring together researchers and practitioner in order to exchange
  their ideas and discuss issues occurred when implementing intelligent
  technologies in real-world environment
* provide a forum for discussion of new research areas, results, and
  issues.
* encourage national researches in this technology

Selected, extended, revised and refereed papers from the Conference will
be published in:
* Special Issue on Intelligent Technologies in the International Journal
  of Intelligent Systems (Ron Yager, Editor-in-Chief, John Wiley
  publishers, USA); and
* A special issue of the International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness
  and Knowledge-Based Systems (Bernadette Bouchon-Meunier, Editor-in-Chief)

For more information, see the website http://www.s-t.au.ac.th/~Intech2000/

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