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ConfCI 2014 : 6th Győr Symposium and 3rd Hungarian-Polish and Hungarian-Romanian Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence


When Sep 15, 2014 - Sep 17, 2014
Where Győr, Hungary
Submission Deadline Jul 15, 2014
Notification Due Aug 15, 2014
Final Version Due Aug 30, 2014
Categories    computational intelligence   smart offices   fuzzy logic   meta-heuristics

Call For Papers

History and Events
In the past few years Computational Intelligence has become one of the main research topics at the Széchenyi István University. The first five Győr Symposia on Computational Intelligence have been successfully organized in 2008 to 2012. The aim of the sixth Symposium is to bring again together scientists and engineers working in the field of computational intelligence and connecting areas like smart offices. We mention that the best full papers will be published in an edited Springer volume or in a special issue of a renowned International Journal. Confirmed keynote speaker is Prof. Doru Talabă (Romania). A doctor honoris causa special doctorate inauguration talk will be presented by Prof. Janusz Kacprzyk (Poland).

Location and Date
Széchenyi István University
1 Egyetem sqr, Győr, Hungary, H-9026
15-17 September 2014

Brief paper submission: 15 July, 2014
Acceptance notification: 15 August, 2014
Final brief paper due: 30 August, 2014
Brief Paper Submission
Brief papers (4-6 pages) should be submitted by 15 July 2014 via EasyChair submission system. Each extended abstract should follow the formatting guidelines for the symposium which can be downloaded from:
Further details to be announced on the official conference website:
The conferene is supported by the Széchenyi István University and the Hungarian Fuzzy Association.

General Chairs:
- László T. Kóczy
- Janusz Kacprzyk
- Doru Talabă

International Program Committee:
- Claudiu Pozna
- Piotr Kulczycki
- Valentina Bălas
- Alex Tormási

Organizing Committee:
- Bernadett Bella
- Eszter Szabados

Symposium secretariat:
Bernadett Bella
Széchenyi István University
H-9026, 1 Egyetem tér, Győr, Hungary

Győr (Jaurinum in Latin) is situated half way between Budapest and Vienna, at the junction of the rivers Moson-Danube, Rába and Rábca. In the Roman Times there was a significant settlement here called Arrabona. The founder of the modern Hungarian State, King St. Stephen around 1000 A.D. declared it a bishopric and a bailiffric. The monuments of the historical inner city are mainly from the Baroque period. The city has always been a commercial centre at the crossing of important roads, railways and rivers. In the last century it became the second important industrial centre of Hungary (vehicle, machine, textile, food and building industries). Today the city has a population of about 140,000 and, due to its geographical situation, favourable infrastructure and human capital, it is the centre of the most prosperous region in Hungary after Budapest.

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