September 2nd - 5th, 2016, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen
The proceedings will be published in the Springer series
Communications in Computer and Information Science
 
Call for papers, workshops and tutorials CCIS

Authors are invited to submit electronically original, English-language research contributions or experience reports not concurrently submitted elsewhere. Papers should be no longer than 15 pages formatted according to the LNCS Springer style. The program committee may reject papers that exceed this length on the grounds of length alone. In the spirit of the previous EANN conferences, the paper should concentrate on the application rather than just the algorithm or the theory.

Submitted papers will be refereed by at least three reviewers for quality, correctness, originality, and relevance. Notification and reviews will be communicated via email. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and included in the proceedings. It is important though to follow the instructions in this page to ensure that your paper will be included in the proceedings.

Proposals for Workshops that examine emerging, innovative, or otherwise provocative issues within the conference area are encouraged as well. Workshop proposals should include a 1-2 page summary of the topic and the names and affiliations of 3-4 panellists who have made a commitment to participate. A mix of industry and academic panel members is recommended.

Proposals for 90-minute tutorials are also invited on topics within the conference area. Tutorial proposals must be at most 5 pages, they must identify the intended audience, and they must give enough material to provide a sense of what will be covered.

A fully electronic review process is being planned. Technical papers, panel and tutorial proposals should be submitted electronically. In particular, before submitting a paper (in pdf, MS Word), an author should submit an abstract (in order to get a paper id and a password), whereas panel and tutorial proposals should be sent by email to the PC chair (c.p.jayne@rgu.ac.uk).

A paper may not be included in the proceedings if the requirements are not met, or if the registration fee is not received by the deadline of the submission of the camera-ready.

Topics
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Neural networks techniques:

Research areas:

Engineering Applications:

Learning theory
Evolutionary architectures
Support vectors machines
Unsupervised Learning
Reinforcement Learning
Adaptive architecture
Fuzzy logic and systems
Hybrid system
Hardware development
Low cost architectures

Computer vision
Pattern Recognition
Colour, Motion analysis
Signal Processing
Fusion
Telecommunications
Robotics
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Financial Forecasting
Time Series Analysis
Data mining
Adaptive Control
Modelling and identification
Prediction
Process Monitoring and Diagnosis
Intelligent Agents
Multi Agent Systems
Real Time Intelligent Systems
Bioinformatics
Fuzzy logic and systems
Support vectors machines
Humanistic Data Mining
Optimization
Genetic Algorithms and Optimization
Feature Minimization
Filters
Clustering - Fuzzy Clustering

Civil Engineering Applications
Fuzzy Systems
Biomedical Engineering Applications
Decision Making Applications
Manufacturing Engineering Applications
Computer science
Thermal Engineering
Financial Engineering
General Engineering Applications
Environmental Engineering
Risk Modelling
Social Media Applications
Chaos