The 2014 IEEE CIS / REGIM-Lab. Summer School on Computational Intelligence – Theory and Applications

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— The 2014 IEEE CIS / REGIM-Lab. Summer School on Computational Intelligence – Theory and Applications —
*** Ramada Plaza Tunis Hotel, Tunisia ***
11-14, August 2014
Sponsors: IEEE Computational Intelligence Society and REGIM-Lab.
Technical co-sponsor: IEEE Region 8

The main goal of the summer school is to provide undergraduate students, M.Sc. or PhD students, academics, and engineers from industry with hands-on knowledge on sophisticated Computational Intelligence (CI) algorithms and methods, most recent advances and developments in CI research, and substantial examples of successful CI applications to solving complex real-world problems. The school includes theoretical and practical sessions.
The choice of such topic is based on the growing attention paid towards intelligent systems. The school aims also to discuss the challenges and to strengthen the connection between academia and industry in the area of Computational Intelligence.

The program of the school includes theoretical and practical talks during four days from 11 to 14 August 2014. It also includes poster session. All students have to present their ideas / works in a poster. A best poster award will be announced in the closing session.

Seven well-known speakers:
–  Cesare Alippi, IEEE Fellow, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
   Topic: Supervised Learning: from the Basics to Learning in non-stationary Environments 
–  Farouk Cherif, University Sousse, Tunisia.
   Topic: Basics on Recurrent Neural Network
–  Robert John, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
   Topic: Type-2 Fuzzy Logic: Theory and Applications 
–  Fakhri Karray, University of Waterloo, Canada. 
   Topic: SVM , Fundamentals and Advanced Topics
–  Okyay Kaynak (IEEE CIS Distinguished Lecturer) IEEE Fellow, Bogazici University, Turkey & Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China.
   Topic: Intelligent Systems: An Assesment of the Past and the Prospects for the Future 
–  Volker Märgner, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany.
   Topic: Historical Document Processing – An Application of Computational Intelligence 
–  Ahmed Rubaai, Howard University, Washington, DC, USA – IEEE-IAS Publications Department chair.
   Topic: Computational Intelligence Techniques for Industrial Systems

For further information, please don’t hesitate to contact the Organizing Committee:

Local information contact:
Habib M. Kammoun
IEEE CIS Tunisia Chapter 
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