[Legacy Report] IEEE Workshop On Computational Intelligence: Theories, Applications and Future Directions

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IEEE Workshop on Computational Intelligence: Theories, Applications and Future Directions” and “IEEE CIS Winter School”  held during 14-17 December, 2015 at IIT Kanpur. This year IEEE WCI 2015 has attracted 100 research paper submissions. The workshop aims to provide technical program that includes thought-provoking keynote addresses, interesting tutorials, a number of oral sessions and opportunities for fruitful interaction. Computational Intelligence, with its set of biological and linguistic tools gives much more freedom in efficiently addressing complex and challenging real world problems.

Highlights of workshop

  • Keynote Speeches

              1. Prof. Sankar K Pal;  Title: 50 Years of Fuzzy Sets: Data to Knowledge

              2.  Prof. Jagnnathan Sarangpani; Title: Cyber-physical Systems: Event Triggered Control and Security

              3. Prof. A. K. Ghosh; Title: Making Military Defence More Intelligent

              4. Prof. Karmeshu; Title: Computational Intelligence

  • Invited Speech

                1. Prof. Balasubramanian Jayaram; Title: Data Analysis : A 3-D Perspective

  • 12 Oral Sessions were conducted where researchers have presented their work.
  • Visit to Flight Laboratory and Unmanned Air Vehicle Research Laboratory    

 



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  Location

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  Registration



  • Start time: 14 Dec 2015 11:00 PM
  • End time: 17 Dec 2015 11:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT+05:00) Indian/Maldives
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  • Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
  • India



  Speakers

S.K. Pal of Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata

Topic:

50 Years of Fuzzy Sets: Data to Knowledge

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Address:Kolkata, India

Prof. J. Sarangapani of Missouri University Of Science And Technology

Topic:

Cyber-physical Systems: Event Triggered Control and Security

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Address:Rolla, Missouri, United States