International Conference on Computational Intelligence & Multimedia

Brijesh Verma (easbrij@ipnet.ins.gu.edu.au)
Fri, 19 Jul 1996 15:12:19 +0200


ICCIMA'97
International Conference on Computational Intelligence
and Multimedia Applications
February 10-12, 1997
Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia

Call for Papers

Submissions due November 1, 1996

The International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Multimedia
Applications will be held at Griffith University on 10-12 February 1997. The
conference will provide an international forum for discussion on issues in
the areas of Computational Intelligence and Multimedia for scientists,
engineers, researchers and practitioners.

Topics for ICCIMA'97

The Conference Programme Committee is now soliciting papers on topics
including, but not limited to:

Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Neural Networks
Pattern Recognition
Fuzzy Systems
Genetic Algorithms
Intelligent Control
Intelligent Databases
Knowledge-based Engineering
Learning Algorithms
Memory, Storage and Retrieval
Natural language/text processing
Multimedia Systems
Formal Model for Multimedia
Interactive Multimedia
Multimedia and Virtual Reality etc.,

The conference will include sessions on theory, implementation and
applications, as well as the non-technical areas of challenges in education
and technology transfer to industry. There will be both oral and poster
sessions. Also several well-known keynote speakers will address the
conference.

All submissions will be reviewed by the Technical Programme Committee on the
basis of their technical quality, relevance to the conference, novelty,
significance and clarity.

Submission Details

Full papers must be submitted by November 1, 1996
Acceptance letters will be posted by December 2, 1996
Registration and final paper due on January 3, 1997

Authors should submit three copies of the full paper not exceeding 5 pages in
length including an abstract, all text, figures, tables and references.
Papers must be written in English and should be prepared on 8.5" X 11" or A4
white paper with 1" margins on all sides, one column format, in Times or
similar style, 10 points or larger, and printed on one side of the paper
only. Please include title, author name(s), affiliation(s) and email address
on top of the first page followed by an abstract. FAX submissions are not
acceptable. All submissions will be reviewed by the Technical Programme
Committee on the basis of their technical quality, relevance to ICCIMA'97,
novelty, significance and clarity.

Submissions should be sent to:

ICCIMA'97-Secretariat
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
Griffith University-Gold Coast
PMB 50, Gold Coast Mail Centre
Queensland 4217 Australia

Further information about ICCIMA'97 can be obtained from :

Brijesh Verma
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
Griffith University-Gold Coast
PMB 50, Gold Coast Mail Centre Qld 4217 Australia
E-mail: easbrij@ipnet.ins.gu.edu.au
Phone: (61 7 ) 55948592
Fax: (61 7) 55948679
http://www.ins.gu.edu.au/eas/~iccima97.htm

Organising Committee

Brijesh Verma (General Chair)
Jun Jo (Publications)
Ann Nguyen (Finance)
Greg Cranitch (Finance & Publicity)
Helen King (Administration)
Debbie Amsler (Administration-WWW)
Michael Blumenstein (Local Arrangements)

Technical Programme Committee

Abdul Sattar Griffith University-Nathan, Australia
Andre de Carvalho University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Henry Selvaraj Monash University, Australia
Hyunsoo Lee University of Yonsei, Korea
Jan Mulawka Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Jong-Hwan Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology,Korea
Keith Carter Griffith University-Gold Coast, Australia
Michael Bove MIT Media Laboratory, USA
Mikio Takagi University of Tokyo, Japan
Praveen Sharma NEC American, USA
Ramana Reddy West Virginia University, USA
Regu Subramanian Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Sargur Srihari State University of New York, USA
Shyam Kapur James Cook University-Cairns, Australia
Sourar Kundu Kanazawa University, Japan
Xin Yao The University of New South Wales, Australia

International Liaison

Asian Liaison

Regu Subramanian
Network Technology Research Centre
Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore

U.S. Liaison

Sargur Srihari
Centre of Excellence for Documentation Analysis & Recognition
State University of New York
USA

European Liaison

Jan Mulawka
Artificial Intelligence Labrotary
Warsaw University of Technology
Poland

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