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2. LA-CCI and 12. CBIC 2015 : 2. LA-CCI (Latin American) and 12. CBIC (Brazilian) Congress on Computational Intelligence.


When Oct 13, 2015 - Oct 16, 2015
Where Curitiba - Parana - Brazil
Submission Deadline Jul 15, 2015
Notification Due Aug 15, 2015
Final Version Due Aug 30, 2015
Categories    computational intelligence   artificial intelligence   evolutionary computation   swarm computation

Call For Papers

LA-CCI is an acronym that refers to the Latin America Congress on Computational Intelligence (CI) that currently includes Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela all of them with plenty of research groups in CI eager to develop the area and exchange experiences/personnel. The 2nd LA-CCI Congress on Computational Intelligence (LA-CCI 2015) is an endeavor that teams up research groups and communities of these Countries around Computational Intelligence. The second LA-CCI (of a series) will be held Curitiba, Brazil from october 13th to 16th , 2015, alongside the 12th CBIC (Congresso Brasileiro de Inteligência Computacional). The objective of LA-CCI 2015 is to provide a high-level international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers, and educators to disseminate their latest research results and exchange views of the future research directions on Neural & Learning Systems, Fuzzy & Stochastic Modeling, Evolutionary & Swarm Computation, and their related applications. Likewise, CBIC aims the same high goals inside Brazil, following a long standing tradition that spans over 22 years.


(1) Evolutionary & Swarm Computation:

- Evolutionary computing;
- Swarm intelligence;
- Artificial immune systems;
- Novel metaheuristics and hyperheuristics;
- Memetic and Collective intelligence;
- Nature and Bio-inspired methods;
- Artificial life.

(2) Neural & Learning Systems:

- Machine learning;
- Neural Computation (+Weightless Systems);
- Complex systems;
- Wavelets;
- Molecular and quantum computing;
- Brain-machine interfaces;
- Science of Networks;
- Local search methods.

(3) Fuzzy & Stochastic Modeling:

- Fuzzy logic;
- Fuzzy optimization and design;
- Fuzzy pattern recognition;
- Uncertainty analysis;
- Fractals;
- Game theory;
- Social Simulation;
- Fuzzy control & decision making/support;
- Multi-agent systems;
- Rough sets;
- Computational verb theory;
- Grey systems.

(4) Autonomous Mental Development


(1) Evolutionary & Swarm Computation:

- Ant colony optimization;
- Particle swarm optimization;
- Fish School Search;
- Bee colony optimization;
- Genetic programming and Genetic algorithms;
- Cultural Algorithms and Co-Evolution;
- Evolutionary Strategy and Differential Evolution;
- Evolutionary design & scheduling;
- Danger theory and network immune systems;
- Firefly optimization;
- Glowworm Swarm Optimization;
- Cuckoo search;
- Herd optimization.

(2) Neural & Learning Systems:

- Cognitive systems and applications;
- Computer vision;
- Hardware Implementations;
- Web intelligence;
- Natural language processing & Speech understanding;
- Supervised and Unsupervised Learning;
- Semi-supervised and Weakly Supervised Learning;
- Support vector machines;
- Tabu search, iterated search, etc.

(3) Fuzzy & Stochastic Modeling:

- Fuzzy sets & Type-2 fuzzy logic;
- Approximate reasoning;
- Rough sets & data analysis;
- Case Based Reasoning;
- Expert systems;
- Knowledge engineering.

(4) Adaptive Dynamic Prog. and Reinforcement Learning:

- Convergence and performance analysis;
- RL and ADP-based control;
- Complexity issues in RL and ADP;
- Monte-Carlo tree search and other MC methods;
- Statistical learning and PAC bounds for RL;
- Bayesian RL and exploration;
- Partially observable Markov decision processes;
- Neuroscience and biologically inspired control;
- ADP / RL for multiplayer games and multiagent systems;
- Distributed intelligent systems;
- Multi-level multi-objective optimization for ADPRL;
- Applications of ADP and RL;


Single List for all tracks of both Congresses:

- Foundations of Computational Intelligence;
- Analysis & Identification;
- Modeling & Design;
- Representation & Interfacing;
- Methods & techniques of CI Hybridization;
- Simulation & Estimation;
- Signal & Sensor Processing;
- Machine learning and pattern recognition;
- Time series forecasting;
- Classification & Clustering;
- Search & Optimization (combinatorial, stochastic, dynamic, multimodal, multi-objective, etc);
- Constraint handling (Routing, Scheduling, Timetabling, allocation Neighboring, Placement, etc);
- Information retrieval & Ambient intelligence;
- Decision Problems;
- Cognitive Robotics;
- Image Processing & Computer Vision;
- Bio & Medical Informatics – Computational biology;
- Information & Network security;
- Data & Web Mining;
- E-commerce, E-Procurement & E-Government;
- Telecommunications and Networking;
- Energy generation and energy dispatch;
- Parallelization & Hardware Implementations.


Submission of draft papers (23:59, GMT -3) – July,15th, 2015

Notification of acceptance – August, 15th, 2015.

Early registration fee (early bird) – August, 21th, 2015.

Final (camera ready) paper due and Author registration – August, 15th until August, 30th, 2015.

Regular registration – August, 22nd, 2015 and on-wards.

Conference Meeting – October, 13th to 16th, 2015

Theses Contest Deadline – June, 30th, 2015. ***New
Theses Contest Notification – July, 15th, 2015.


Submission and Registration are important actions of your participation on our Congress that have to be taken separately, one after the other.

IMPORTANT: before submitting your manuscript, please use the right template (IEEE journal template), check page limits (maximum of 6 pages), avoid color images and read carefully the explanation below. The template for ALL papers are of IEEE and can be downloaded here =)

Our Congress has two possible manuscript destinations, namely: (1) LA-CCI (International) and (2) CBIC (Brazilian, i.e. National). Each one of them will have their own review process (and Program Committee) – so you should select the one that suits your scientific objectives towards publicity of your work. The rationale for your informed decision should consider the features below:

(1) LA-CCI: This should be your selection for sending submissions if your article is written in English. Authors submitting to LA-CCI are implicitly acknowledging that papers will undergo stricter review criteria (including three reviewers per paper). The bright side is that the best articles will likely be published* in the high impact journals that have already committed special issues to our Congress.

Follow this link to submit papers to LA-CCI =)

(2) CBIC: This should be your selection if you command: Portuguese and Spanish languages. The plan is to have at least two reviewers allocated per paper and regular review criteria. The bright side is that registration fees will be a little smaller than LA-CCI.

Follow this link to submit papers to CBIC =)

* Articles selected for any special issue Articles, will go through an additional review process (depending on each journal policy). So we cannot guaranteed straight forward publications without fulfillment of further requests, but we will try to make this extra process fast.

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