NAFIPS-99: Call for papers

Tom Sudkamp (tsudkamp@cs.wright.edu)
Mon, 26 Oct 1998 02:59:09 +0100 (MET)

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Call for Participation

*** NAFIPS-99 ***

The 18th International Conference

of the

North American Fuzzy Information Society

New York City

June 10-12 1999

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About the Conference

The focus of this conference will be on applications of fuzzy
logic and soft computing for challenging, real-world problems.
We encourage the submission of papers in all areas of fuzzy
research and applications. There will be plenary talks by

Lotfi Zadeh--"The centrality of soft computing in recognition
technology"

Michio Sugeno--"Stability of fuzzy control systems"

Ron Yager--"Fuzzy methods in e.commerce"

This is the first time that NAFIPS has held its annual conference
in New York City. The conference banquet will be a three hour
sightseeing dinner cruise of the Hudson river. The conference
location is a Hunter College, which is situated in one of the
best New York City neighborhoods. Hunter college is close to
Central Park and other New York City sights.

New York City is served by JFK and Laguardia International air-
ports as well as Newark International airport.

For more information, please refer to the conference web sight at

http://synapse.njit.edu/nafips99/

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Paper Submission Information

One page abstracts are due by December 1, 1999. The abstracts
may be submitted in any of the following manners:

Electronically:
Email the abstract to: tsudkamp@cs.wright.edu

FAX:
Fax your abstract to: 1-937-775-5133
Attn: Prof. Thomas Sudkamp

Snail Mail:
Send a hard copy to: Prof. Thomas Sudkamp
Wright State University
Department of Computer Science
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH 45435-0001 USA

Your abstract should include both mail and email addresses for
the corresponding author.

Important Dates:

December 1, 1998: 1 page abstracts due
February 1, 1999: Acceptance and author information sent
March 15, 1999: Final papers due (maximum length of 5 pages
following IEEE format)
June 10, 1999: Beginning of conference

Join is in New York City!

Prof. Thomas Sudkamp
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Wright State University
Dayton Oh 45385 USA
Phone: 937-775-5118
Fax: 937-775-5133

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