AISB Convention 2015

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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Global Congress on Intelligent Systems (GCIS 2010)

http://world-research-institutes.org/conferences/GCIS/2010

In response to many requests, the submission deadline has been extended to 15 July.

2010 Second Global Congress on Intelligent Systems (GCIS 2010)

http://world-research-institutes.org/conferences/GCIS/2010

16-17 December 2010, Wuhan, China

2010 Second World Congress on Software Engineering (WCSE 2010)

http://world-research-institutes.org/conferences/WCSE/2010

19-20 December 2010, Wuhan, China

GCIS & WCSE 2010 intends to be a global forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent innovations and new techniques in intelligent systems and software engineering.

GCIS & WCSE 2010 conference proceedings will be published by the CPS which will include the conference proceedings in the IEEE Xplore and submit the conference proceedings to Ei Compendex and ISTP for indexing (GCIS & WCSE 2009 proceedings were already indexed in Ei Compendex). The registration fee of US D 400 or RM B 2700 includes publication of 1 paper, lunches, dinners, and banquet.

Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

GCIS: artificial intelligence, machine learning, intelligent control and automation, computational intelligence, soft computing, nature-inspired computation, bio-inspired algorithms, neuro-fuzzy techniques, genetic and evolutionary algorithms, semantic web, etc..

WCSE: Software metrics; Software tools and development environments; Software policy and ethics; Programming languages; Internet and information systems development;  Software requirements; Software architecture and design; Software components and reuse; Software testing and analysis; Human-Computer Interaction; Software processes and workflows; Software dependability, safety, privacy and reliability; Reverse engineering and maintenance; Program comprehension and visualization, etc.. 

Wuhan is known as the "Homeland of White Clouds and Yellow Crane" and is one of Chinas largest cities. There are many scenic spots and historical sites within and around Wuhan, for example, the Yellow Crane Tower, the East Lake, many charming colonial style buildings along Yanjiang Street and around Hongshan Square.

Important Dates:

Paper Submission Deadline (Extended):                   15 July 2010
Review Notification:                                                    1 September 2010
Final Papers and Author Registration Deadline:        15 September 2010
In addition to research papers, the conference also encourages companies and institutions to showcase their modern products and equipment in the conference area.
Please email your inquiries to GCIS2010@whut.edu.cn (for GCIS 2010) or WCSE2010@whut.edu.cn (for WCSE 2010).