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EAIS 2017 - IEEE Conference on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems (EAIS 2017)

Date2017-05-31 - 2017-06-02


VenueLjubljana, Slovakia Slovakia



Topics/Call fo Papers

IEEE Conference on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems
(EAIS 2017)
May 31- June 2, 2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia
The 2017 IEEE Conference on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems (EAIS 2017) will be held in Ljubljana (Slovenia), a beautiful medieval town. Ljubljana lies halfway between Vienna and Venice, at the crossroads of different cultures, geographical regions, and historical developments. Compared to other capitals, Ljubljana is very small, very green, and very walking-friendly town, which makes it a great place to explore on foot. It is in the center of Slovenia and enables exploring some of the most popular tourist sights of Slovenia in one day. Visit enchanting Bled, with its medieval castle perched upon the lake, explore mysterious Predjama castle and end the trip by visiting Postojna cave, Slovenia's number 1 attraction.
EAIS 2017 will provide a working and friendly atmosphere and will be a leading international forum focusing on the discussion of recent advances, the exchange of recent innovations and the outline of open important future challenges in the area of Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems. Over the past decade, this area has emerged to play an important role on a broad international level in today's real-world applications, especially those ones with high complexity and dynamics change. Its embedded modelling and learning methodologies are able to cope with real-time demands, changing operation conditions, varying environmental influences, human behaviors, knowledge expansion scenarios and drifts in online data streams.
EAIS 2017 is organized by the IEEE Technical Committee on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems, SMC Society. The conference series has a history starting in 2006 in Lake District (England). It was held after that in Witten-Bommerholz (Germany), Nashville (USA), Leicester (England), Paris (France), Madrid (Spain), Singapore, Linz (Austria), Douai (France), and Natal (Brasil). Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions for possible inclusion in a special issue of the Journal Evolving Systems (Springer).
During EAIS 2017 the results of the new IEEE SMC Society sponsored competition on Autonomous Learning Machines (ALMA) will be announced.
###Important Dates###
* Paper Submission December 24, 2016
* Paper Decision Notification February 24, 2017
* Camera-Ready Submission March 24, 2017
* Authors registration March 24, 2017
* Conference May 31 - June 2, 2017
###Keynote Speakers###
* Plamen Angelov, Professor, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
* Fernando Gomide, Professor, University of Campinas, Brazil
* Nikola Kasabov, Professor of Computer Sience, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
###Accepted Special Sessions###
1. Computational Intelligence in Control of Power Generating Systems,
Transmission and Load Management,
Session proposer: Horst Schulte, HTW Berlin
###Paper Submission and Publication###
* Papers for EAIS 2017 should be submitted electronically through the Conference website at
* Submitted papers will be refereed by experts in the fields and ranked based on the criteria of originality, significance, quality and clarity.
IEEE Autonomous Learning Machines Competition
ALMA Competition is organized by IEEE SMC Society. The goal of this competition is to increase the level of autonomy of the learning algorithms.
Competition Tracks:
1. New data sets and streams that are suitable demonstrators for the topic of the competition.
2. New methods and algorithms for Autonomous Machine Learning in:
? Clustering
? Classification
? Control
? Prediction
Track 1 - $1000
Track 2 - $1000 in each category ($4000).
Important Dates:
31 January, 2017.
Deadline for submitting the algorithms in open source GNU license format. The proposed methods and algorithms must be described in form of papers and submitted to the ALS Competition track of EAIS 2017 and presented at the conference (which will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia).
May 31- June 2, 2017.
Results will be announced during the conference EAIS 2017.
###Topics and Areas of Interest###
This conference solicits papers addressing original works in topics and areas of interest including, but are not limited to:
* Basic Methologies
Evolving Soft Computing Techniques
Evolving Fuzzy Systems
Evolving Rule-Based Classifiers
Evolving Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
Adaptive Evolving Neural Networks
Adaptive Evolving Fuzzy Systems
Online Genetic and Evolutionary Algorithms
Data Stream Mining
Incremental and Evolving Clustering Approaches
Adaptive Control
Adaptive Pattern Recognition
Computational Intelligence in Control and Estimation
Incremental and Evolving ML Classifiers
Adaptive Statistical Techniques
Evolving Decision Systems
Big Data
Advanced Concepts
* Problems and Methodologies in Data Streams
Stability, Robustness, Convergence in Evolving Systems
Online Feature Selection and Dimension Reduction
Online Active and Semi-supervised Learning
Online Complexity Reduction
Computational Aspects
Interpretability Issues
Incremental Adaptive Ensemble Methods
Online Bagging and Boosting
Self-monitoring Evolving Systems
Human-Machine Interaction Issues
Hybrid Modeling
Transfer Learning
Reservoir Computing
Real-world Applications
* EIS for On-Line Modeling, System Identification, and Control
EIS for Time Series Prediction
EIS for Data Stream Mining and Adaptive Knowledge Discovery
EIS in Robotics, Intelligent Transport and Advanced Manufacturing
EIS in Advanced Communications and Multi-Media Applications
EIS in Bioinformatics and Medicine
EIS in Online Quality Control and Fault Diagnosis
EIS in Condition Monitoring Systems
EIS in Adaptive Evolving Controller Design
EIS in User Activities Recognition
EIS in Huge Database and Web Mining
EIS in Visual Inspection and Image Classification
EIS in Image Processing
EIS in Cloud Computing
EIS in Multiple Sensor Networks
EIS in Query Systems and Social Networks
EIS in Alternative Statistical and Machine Learning Approaches
###Organizing Committee###
* Honorary Chairs
Plamen Angelov, UK
Dimitar Filev, USA
Nikola Kasabov, New Zealand
* Conference Chair
Igor Škrjanc, chair, Slovenia
Sašo Blažic, co-chair, Slovenia
* Publication Chairs
Edwin Lughofer, Austria
Sašo Blažic, Slovenia
* Local Arrangement Chairs
Dejan Dovžan, Slovenia
Milan Simcic, Slovenia
* Web & Publicity Chair
José A. Iglesias, Spain
Teck-Hou Teng, Singapore
* Special Session Chair:
Radu-Emil Precup, Romania
* Program Committee Chair:
Igor Škrjanc, Slovenia
* International Program Committe
Cesare Alippi, Italy
Plamen Angelov, UK
Rosangela Ballini, Brazil
Rashmi Dutta Baruah, India
Abdelhamid Bouchachia, UK
Jorge Cassillas, Spain
Bruno Costa, Brazil
Dejan Dovžan, Slovenia
Alain Droniou, France
Dimitar Filev, USA
Nadine Gaertner, Germany
Joao Gama, Portugal
Fernando Gomide, Brazil
Jose Antonio Iglesias Martínez, Spain
Lazaros Iliadis, Greece
Nik Kasabov, New Zealand
Juš Kocijan, Slovenia
Ana Kosareva, Germany
Rudolf Kruse, Germany
Agapito Ledezma, Spain
Daniel Furtado Leite, Brazil
Andre Lemos, Brazil
Chin Teng Lin, Taiwan
Edwin Lughofer, Austria
Yannis Manolopoulos, Greece
Trevor Martin, UK
Moamar Sayed Mouchaweh, France
Veronika Nesheva, UK
Seiichi Ozawa, Japan
Witold Pedrycz, Canada
Radu-Emil Precup, Romania
Jose de Jesus Rubio, Mexico
Araceli Sanchis de Miguel, Spain
Horst Schulte, Germany
Olga Senyukova, Russia
Teck Hou Teng, Singapore
Marley Vellasco, Brazil
Di Wang, UAE
Wilson Wang, Canada
Ronald Yager, USA

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