ISCI 2 000 - Slovakia

Jan Vascak (
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International Symposium on Computational Intelligence

ISCI - 2000

Kosice - Slovakia

30th August - 1st September 2000

Honorary chairpersons:

Gail Carpenter - USA
Lotfi Zadeh - USA
David Goldberg - USA

General chairmen:

V. Kvasnicka - Slovakia
R. Mesiar - Slovakia
P. Sincak - Slovakia

Program Committee:

B. Kosko - USA
J. Zurada - USA
H. Adeli - USA
E. Merenyi - USA
B. Igelnik - USA
Z. Michalewicz - USA
R. Yager - USA
M. Pelikan - USA
N. Kopco - USA
C. Moraga - Germany
B. Reusch - Germany
T. Back - Germany
D. Nauck - Germany
H. Takagi - Japan
K. Hirota - Japan
K. Fukushima - Japan
N. Kasabov - New Zeland
D. Floreano - Switzerland
J. Godjevac - Switzerland
V. Babovic - Denmark
M. O. Odetayo - UK
L. Smith - Scotland, UK
B. Krose - Netherlands
A. Sperduti - Italy
T. Gedeon - Australia
V. Kurkova - Czech Republic
J. Tvrdik - Czech Republic
P. Osmera - Czech Republic
J. Lazansky - Czech Republic
P. Hajek - Czech Republic
M. Mares - Czech Republic
M. Navara - Czech Republic
M. Novak - Czech Republic
I. Taufer - Czech Republic
L. Rutkowski - Poland
J. Kacprzyk - Poland
R. Tadeusiewicz - Poland
L. Trybus - Poland
M. Gams - Slovenia
L. Koczy - Hungary
A. Varkonyi - Koczy - Hungary
I. Ajtonyi - Hungary
I. Rudas - Hungary
J. Dombi - Hungary
M. Jelasity - Hungary
L. Godo - Spain
F. Esteva - Spain
E. Kerre - Belgium
B. Bouchon - Meunier - France
G. Raidl - Austria
A. Uhl - Austria
E. P. Klement - Austria
E. Pap - Yugoslavia

Slovak Program Committee members:

M. Kolcun, M.Hrehus, P. Tino, A. Cizmar, L. Benuskova, V. Pirc,
S. Figedy, L.Michaeli, I. Mokris, V. Olej, J. Pospychal,
B. Riecan, P. Vojtas, G. Andrejkova, I. Farkas, J. Csonto,
J. Chmurny, J. Sarnovsky, S. Kozak, L. Madarasz, D. Durackova,
D. Krokavec, A. Kolesarova, J. Kelemen, R. Blasko.

Scope of the Symposium:

This symposium will be looking for answers concerning the following
* What is the state of the art in Computational Intelligence?
* What are the potential applications of Computational Intelligence
for real-world problems?
* What are the future trends in Computational Intelligence?
Researchers from all over the world are welcome on this symposium,
which will have the following goals:

1. Integration of scientific communities working with fuzzy systems,
neural networks and evolutionary computation approaches.

2. Strengthening of links between theory and real-world applications
of CI and Soft Computing.

3. Promotion of Computational Intelligence in Central Europe with
emphasis on commercial presentation of CI-oriented companies.

4. Support of new technologies that improve quality of life and will
lead to a user-friendly information society of the 21st century.

5. An opportunity for young researchers to learn and present new
results from the CI domain and to integrate into the international
research community.

The symposium will cover the following topics:

- Neural Networks
- Fuzzy Systems
- Evolutionary Computation
- Neuro-Fuzzy & Fuzzy-Neuro Systems
- Neuro-Fuzzy Hybrid Systems
- Artificial Life
- Application of Computational Intelligence tools in various
real-world applications
- Presentations of CI oriented companies and their products

Presentations of Companies:

One of the goals of the symposium is to offer a possibility for
industrial companies to present their CI-based products and services
aimed at various kinds of customers, including banking industry,
control engineering, speech and voice recognition, prediction and
pattern recognition techniques, medicine and many other application
areas. Companies will have a chance to present their products in oral
presentation and also in permanent display of the products in the
Symposium building. Space of up to 9 square meters per company will
be available for the display purposes.


The city of Kosice is located in the eastern part of Slovakia. The
first signs of inhabitance can be traced back to the end of the
Older Stone Age. The first written mention of the suburb is dated
back to the year 1230. The city was granted royal privileges that
were helpful in development of crafts, businesses, and production.
The oldest guild regulations were registered from the year 1307 and
the city received its own coat of arms - the oldest coat of arms out
of all the cities in Europe - in 1369. In 1657, due to the economical,
administrative and political importance of the city, the first
university was established; later the university was converted into
a royal university. Kosice is an important cultural, industrial, and
educational center in Slovakia and Central Europe with more than
20 000 students. It has 250 000 inhabitants and the historical center
is one of the best-renovated centers in central Europe. You may wish
to visit Kosice virtually at

A post-meeting trip will be organized to the High Tatras. This mountain
region is an area whose natural beauty makes it one of the most
remarkable recreation areas not only in Slovakia, but also in the rest
of Europe. A complete spectrum of hotels and restaurants await guests
whether they come looking for the beauty of the outdoors or for simple
relaxation. The High Tatras environment also provides a special variety
of sports and recreation facilities. More information can be found at

Web pages worldwide:



Important Dates:

* Extended Abstract (max 4 pages)

* Submission Deadline: 21st February 2000

* Notification of authors: 20th March 2000

* Camera-ready: 15th May 2000

* Symposium date: 30th August to 1st September 2000

Symposium is organized by:

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, TU Kosice, Slovakia
Faculty of Chemical Technology & Faculty of Civil Engineering,
Slovak Technical University, Slovakia

Symposium is supported by:

Slovak Neural Networks working group
International Neural Network Society,
Asian Pacific Neural Network Assembly,
European Neural Network Society,
Nuclear Power Plants Research Institute, Inc. Trnava - Slovakia.

Negotiations with other organizations including local companies and
Banks are in progress.


Proceedings will be published in Springer-Verlag
publisher in Studies in CI series (Prof. Janusz Kacprzyk -

Symposium FEE

Before May 1 After May 1

University rate 280 $ 360 $

Student's rate 100 $ 150 $

Industrial rate 400 $ 450 $

Univ. Exhibition space(4m2) 380 $ 450 $

Industrial Exhibition Space ( max 8m2) 680 $ 880 $

Univ. Exhibition space (4 m2) +
+ ISCI fee ( 1 person) 590 $ 680 $

Industrial Exhibition space (max 8m2) +
+ ISCI fee (1 person) 910 $ 1100 $

Prices are in USD. Special Fellowship program is for Slovak and Czech
participants from University domain. For detailed information please
contact a Symposium secretariat.

All additional information including submission electronic format is
available on symposium Web pages.

Mailing address of the symposium secretariat:

Dr. J. Vascak
Computational Intelligence Group, KKUI-FEI, TU Kosice,
Letna 9,
042 00 Kosice, Slovakia

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