BISC: FUZZ-IEEE 2001

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Date: Wed Dec 13 2000 - 14:49:21 MET

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                                    FUZZ-IEEE 2001

                              December 2-5, 2001

                                CALL FOR PAPERS

            The 10th IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems
                                 Sponsored by
                         IEEE Neural Networks Council

             "Meeting the grand challenge: machines that serve people"

               The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

                  http://www.csse.melbourne.edu/FUZZ-IEEE2001

    Students: Partial travel scholarships are available from the IEEE Neural
              Network Council. Please check
              http://www.arc.unm.edu/~karen/IEEE_NNC/Student_Travel_Grants/

    Important dates:
        Paper submission Friday, 2 March 2001
        Notification of acceptance Friday, 1 June 2001
        Final manuscripts Friday, 3 August 2001

    General enquiry please contact the secretariat of FUZZ-IEEE 2001:

                       fuzz-ieee2001@csse.melbourne.edu

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    The FUZZ-IEEE 2001 conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia,
    one of the most beautiful and exciting cities in the Southern
    Hemisphere. Melbourne is also one of the safest, healthiest, and
    cleanest cities in the world, and is Australia's pre-eminent centre
    for arts and culture, education, fine food and dining and exciting
    shopping experiences.

    The conference will cover a broad range of research topics related to
    fuzzy logic and soft computing, including but not limited to:

    T1: Robotics and mechatronics: fuzzy logic in robotics, automation,
        and other industrial applications.

    T2: Pattern recognition and image processing: supervised and
        unsupervised learning, classifier design and integration, signal/image
        processing and analysis, computer vision, multimedia applications.

    T3: Hybrid systems: intelligent information systems, database systems,
        data mining, intelligent agents, neuro-fuzzy systems, fuzzy hardware,
        Internet computing.

    T4: Mathematics: foundations of fuzzy logic, soft computing,
        approximate reasoning, evolutionary computation.

    T5: Control: fuzzy control theory and applications.

    Authors are invited to submit 6 copies of full papers for review.
    Papers should be written in English, not exceeding 7 single-sided pages
    on A4 or letter-size paper, in one-column format with 1-inch margin
    on all four sides, in Times or a similar font of 10 points or larger.
    Faxed or e-mailed papers will not be accepted. The first page of
    each paper must include the following information:
         - title of the paper,
         - names(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s),
         - abstract of the paper,
         - maximum 5 keywords,
         - technical area of the paper (T1, T2, T3, T4 or T5, choose one only)
         - name, postal address, phone and fax numbers and e-mail address of
           the contact author.

    Please send papers to:

    Secretariat of FUZZ-IEEE 2001
    Conference Management
    The University of Melbourne
    Victoria 3010, Australia
    fuzz-ieee2001@csse.melbourne.edu
     
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                         CONFERENCE ORGAZATION COMMITTEES

                               Honorary Co-Chairs

                                   Jim Bezdek,
                          University of West Florida, USA

                               Enrique H. Ruspini
                             SRI International, USA

                                  Lotfi A. Zadeh,
                       University of California, Berkeley, USA

                                   General Chair

                                   Zhi-Qiang Liu,
                          University of Melbourne, Australia
                                   z.liu@ieee.org

                                   Program Chair

                                      Hong Yan,
                            University of Sydney, Australia

                              Special Sessions Chair

                                  Sadaaki Miyamoto,
                            University of Tsukuba, Japan

                              Workshop & Tutorials Chair

                                     Qiang Shen,
                             University of Edinburgh, UK

                        International Steering Committee Chair
      
                                   Valerie V. Cross
                           University of North Carolina, USA

                                 PROGRAM AREA CHAIRS

                        Pattern recognition and image processing

                                     Jim Keller,
                             University of Missouri, USA

                                   Control Systems

                                   Janusz Kacprzyk,
                         Polish Academy of Science, Poland

                               Robotics & mechatronics

                                       T.B.A.

                                   Hybrid systems

                                     Nik Karabov,
                          University of Otago, New Zealand

                                    Mathematics

                                   Arthur Ramer,
                       University of New South Wales, Australia

                                 Publicity Co-Chairs

                    Alan Blair, University of Melbourne, Australia

                   Ed Kazmierczak, University of Melbourne, Australia

                               Local Arrangement Chair

                   Nick M. Barnes, University of Melbourne, Australia

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