Friday, May 27, 2016

[DMANET] CFP Foundations of Computational Intelligence FoCI 2016

Dear colleagues

Please consider to submit your papers to FoCI (call for papers below).


FOCI 2016, IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computational Intelligence,
affiliated to IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, IEEE
SSCI 2016

6-9 December 2016, Athens, Greece <>

The 2016 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI
2016) will be held in Athens, Greece onDecember 6-9, 2016. SSCI is a
flagship annual international conference on computational intelligence
sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society. All accepted
paper will appear in IEEE Xplore Digital Library and indexed by EI, SCOPUS

As a tradition, IEEE SSCI 2016 will co-locate a number of symposiums, each
dedicated to a special topic related to computational intelligence, thereby
providing a unique platform for promoting cross-fertilization. SSCI 2016
will be featured by cross-symposium tutorials, keynote speeches, panel
discussions, PhD consortiums, oral presentations and poster sessions.
Student grants, Best paper Awards and Student Best Paper Award will be

Computational intelligence techniques have proven useful after numerous
applications in real world problems. However, there is much work to be done
in order to fully understand the theoretical foundations of such
techniques. IEEE FOCI'16, provides an ideal forum for those who are
interested in the fundamental issues of computational intelligence to
exchange their ideas and present their latest findings.

IEEE FOCI'16 will focus on fundamental theoretical and practical
foundations of computational intelligence, including but not limited to
neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, and other machine
learning methods. The symposium will put equal emphasis on theoretical and
practical work as long as it addresses the foundations of computational


For more information about FOCI 2016 see, <>


Paper submission due: July 18, 2016
Paper acceptance: September 12, 2016
Final paper submission: October 10, 2016
Early registration: October 10, 2016

Pietro S. Oliveto
Vice Chancellor's Fellow,
EPSRC Early Career Fellow,
Department of Computer Science,
The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.

*Fully funded PhD studentships available now* in time complexity analysis
of bio-inspired computation. Enquiries by excellent candidates can be sent
to me by email. Applications will be accepted until the posts are filled.
Further details are here
Applicants should apply using the online application form here

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