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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Advanced Data Mining and Applications ADMA 2009

The 5th International Conference on Advanced Data Mining and
Applications (ADMA2009)

August 17-19, 2009  Beijing, China   Submission Deadline: April 13, 2009


NOTE: The important days have been changed, please check out! Also,
the website has been updated, welcome to the new access. (for public user) (for CERNET user in China)

ADMA2009 aims at bringing together the experts on data mining in the
world, and provides a leading international forum for the
dissemination of original research results in data mining, spanning
applications, algorithms, software and systems, and different applied
disciplines with potential in data mining.

We kindly invite you to submit your original research results on any
topics in the field of advanced data mining and applications. The full
paper submission deadline is April 13, 2009 and all submissions are
made electronically via the above conference website.

The Proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer in its
Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, and indexed by EI.

The important dates of ADMA 2009 are:
April 13, 2009 Submission of full papers
May 25, 2009 Notification of papers acceptance
Jun 3, 2009 Deadline of early registration
Jun 3, 2009 Deadline of final camera-ready

For detailed information, please relate to the CFP attached to this mail.

For detailed instructions about paper submission, please visit the
ADMA 2009 conference website.

For any more info: please mail to (Organization Committee).

We look forward to your submission and your participation in ADMA 2009 in
Beijing, China.

Happy new year!

Best Regards.


General Co-Chairs of ADMA 2009

Ronghuai Huang,  Beijing Normal University, China
Qiang Yang,  Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China

Program Co-Chairs of ADMA 2009

Joo Gama,  University of Porto, Portugal
Xiaofeng Meng,  Renmin University of China, China
Jian Pei,  Simon Fraser University, Canada