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ISRP 2015 : KES-2015 Intelligent Systems Research Progress


When Sep 7, 2015 - Sep 9, 2015
Where Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Submission Deadline Aug 3, 2015
Notification Due Aug 10, 2015
Categories    intelligent   systems

Call For Papers

KES-2015 Intelligent Systems Research Progress (ISRP-15)
7th-9th September 2015, Marina Bay Sands hotel, Singapore

At the 19th International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems (KES-2015) we are holding a workshop called Intelligent Systems Research Progress (ISRP-2015)

****Registration for KES2015 is now open here:

KES-2015 Intelligent Systems Research Progress Workshop (ISRP-2015)

The KES-2015 Intelligent Systems Research Workshop is a one-day workshop taking place during the KES-2015 conference.

Work-in-progress papers on all aspects of intelligent systems are invited from research students (doctoral and masters students) more senior researchers, members of faculty and anyone wishing to bring their work to attention of the research community. The workshop will also provide an opportunity to participate to those who were too late for submission to the main conference tracks.

Presentation and Publication

Accepted papers will be presented orally or as posters in the dedicated workshop session. Papers will be published in a volume of 'Advances in Smart Systems
Research' (see here in the KES Open Access Library (KOALA), and online open access archive, making them
widely available to the research community.

Workshop papers are not included in the main conference Elsevier Procedia proceedings.

Submission and Review of Papers

Papers for the workshop (guide length 4-6 pages) must be formatted according to the instructions to be found on the website. (See above) Papers will be subjected to an appropriate level of review and accepted or rejected on the basis of quality and relevance to the conference.


Each paper to be presented at the workshop must have at least one author who has registered and paid the fee. You can register for the conference here:

Dates and Deadlines

Submission of short papers/extended abstracts: 3 Aug 2015
Notification of acceptance: 10 Aug 2015
Registration (credit card only): 17 Aug 2015

Call for Participation

The KES-2015 conference is still open for registration if you have not written a paper but wish to learn about the latest research and network among the brightest minds in the Intelligent Systems field in Singapore at the amazing Marina Bay Sands hotel. It has breathtaking views of Singapore and as it is located near the beach so the ocean view is spectacular!

Keynote Speakers
Prof. Toyoaki Nishida, Kyoto University, Japan
Prof. Rossi Setchi, Cardiff University, UK
Prof. Ah-Hwee Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Prof. Kay Chen Tan, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore
Prof. Hong Yan, City University of Hong Kong, China

You can register for the conference at the link near the top of the page or find out more information from the website here:

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