ECMLPKDD 2015 | 24 Apr 19:58 2015

ECMLPKDD 2015 : PhD Session

The European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECMLPKDD 2015) will take place on September 7 of 2015, in Porto Portugal (http://www.ecmlpkdd2015.org/). The conference includes a PhD session that provides an environment for students to exchange their ideas and experiences with peers and senior researchers in machine learning, data mining, and related areas.

We invite PhD students (PhD in progress or defended not earlier than 31st December 2014) to submit papers on all aspects of machine learning, knowledge discovery and data mining, including real-world applications.

Papers submitted to ECML/PKDD 2015 PhD session will be peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be presented in the special PhD session at ECMLPKDD 2015 and will be published in the session proceedings which will be available through the conference website.

 

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: June 10 2015

Author notification: July 15 2015

Camera-ready: August 5 2015

Doctoral consortium session: September 7 2015  

 

Detailed information about the PhD Session is available on:

http://www.ecmlpkdd2015.org/submission/doctoral-consortium

 

For further information please contact the ECMLPKDD 2015 PhD Chairs:

Jaakko Hollmen (Aalto University)

Panagiotis Papapetrou (Stockholm University)

 

Hope to see you all soon in Porto, Portugal!!!

The publicity chairs of the ECMLPKDD 2015,

Carlos Abreu Ferreira

Ricardo Campos

 

 

 

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Kris Angelovski | 23 Apr 07:36 2015
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R and S+ Courses: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane in May 2015

Hi, (apologies for cross-posting)

SolutionMetrics is presenting R and S+ courses in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane -  May, 2015

To book, please email enquiries <at> solutionmetrics.com.au or call +61 2 9233 6888

Getting Started with R (1 Day)

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Date: 5 May, 2015 - Sydney (Tue)
          7 May, 2015 - Melbourne (Thu)
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Intermediate R (1 Day)

Efficient use of R language functions & objects, Big Data, Advanced Visualisations, Data Mining – Logistic Regression/Tree models. More Info

Date: 19 May, 2015 - Sydney (Tue)
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Getting Started with S+ (1 Day)

Course provides users with the knowledge to perform all day to day data analysis & graphics tasks with just a click of a mouse (No Programming Required). Data objects & Classes, Data Import/Export, Data Manipulation, Graphics & Basic Statistical models – Regression. Course Outline

Date: 28 May, 2015 - Sydney (Thu)
       
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Geoffrey Hubona | 22 Apr 15:06 2015
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Accredited online summer graduate quantitative research methods course

Early registration ends April 30. Financial aid is available in the form of no-interest loans to U.S. residents and/or installment agreements to anyone.

This live, interactive, online graduate summer course is offered worldwide during July and August in both the AM and PM.

Earn 3 quantitative PhD graduate credits online this summer applicable to Master's and PhD programs in Europe and elsewhere. The course presents a comprehensive overview of advanced statistical, multivariate, linear and generalized linear, SEM and Path Modeling techniques in use in research data analyses.

Successful participants receive a 3-graduate-credit (Master's or PhD) certificate issued by the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), a premier University in the EUC, transferable within the EUC and elsewhere.

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GRLMC | 19 Apr 19:00 2015

AlCoB 2015: presentation of work in progress

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The 2nd International Conference on Algorithms for Computational Biology
(AlCoB 2015) invites authors to submit work in progress for presentation.
AlCoB 2015 will be held in Mexico City on August 4-6, 2015. See

http://grammars.grlmc.com/alcob2015/

Presentations are intended to enhance informal interactions with conference
participants, at the same time permitting in-depth discussion.

TOPICS

Authors can submit presentations describing novel work in progress on any of
the topics within the scope of the conference. They do not need to contain
final results, but research that may lead to future interesting developments
is welcome.

KEY DATES

Submission deadline: June 26, 2015
Notification of acceptance or rejection: 7 days after submission

SUBMISSION

Please submit a .pdf abstract through:

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=alcob2015

It should contain the title, author(s) and affiliation, and should not
exceed 500 words.

PRESENTATION

Each presentation will be allocated 15 minutes in the programme.

PUBLICATION

The presented work will not appear in the LNCS/LNBI proceedings volume of
AlCoB 2015. However, it will be eligible for submission to the
post-conference Journal of Computational Biology special issue.

REGISTRATION

Authors of work in progress have to register to the conference. They will
pay a reduced fare. This comprises access to all sessions, one copy of the
proceedings volume, coffee breaks and lunches.

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Lisa Solomon | 16 Apr 18:29 2015

Webinar: Maximizing ROI (using Data Science Technology)

Webinar: Maximizing ROI (using Data Science Technology)

Date: Tuesday April 28th

* If the time is inconvenient, please register and we will send you a recording.

 

Registration Link: http://hubs.ly/y0Jtmp0

*Alternative link: http://info.salford-systems.com/maximizing-roi-webinar

 

Abstract:  Return on investment (ROI) is a profitability measure that many companies use to quantify their efforts and make important business decisions. As an APPLIED example, we will look at ROI related to product sales and promotions at Walmart.  Using state-of-the-art data science techniques, and especially gradient boosting, we will optimize product promotion options and maximize revenue and wider gain.  Although the focus is ROI and Business, corresponding Applications include: risk analysis, scoring, segmentation, analytics-based decision making, scenario planning, population dynamics, suitability, etc.  

Registration Link: http://hubs.ly/y0Jtmp0

*Alternative link: http://info.salford-systems.com/maximizing-roi-webinar

 

Who should attend?  Attend if:

·         You are interested in using data science technology for better modeling of your datasets.

·         You are curious about how data mining is used for applied applications.

·         You are able to see connections between forefront business applications and your own applications.

 

 

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ODDx3 KDD 2015 | 14 Apr 22:55 2015
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CFP: KDD 2015 Workshop on Outlier Definition, Detection, and Description

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                      CALL FOR RESEARCH PAPERS
                           ODDx3 <at> KDD 2015
    Workshop on Outlier Definition, Detection, and Description 
             will be held in conjunction with KDD 2015
                  August 10, 2015 in Sydney, Australia

                http://outlier-analytics.org
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The main goal of the ODD workshop is to bring together academics, industry and government researchers and practitioners to discuss and reflect on outlier mining challenges. The 1st ODD (2013) workshop focused on outlier detection and description, with particular emphasis on descriptive methods that could help make sense of the detected outliers. The 2nd ODD^2 (2014) workshop extended the focus areas to outlier detection and description under data diversity, with emphasis on challenges associated with mining outliers in heterogeneous data environments (graphs, text, streams, metadata, etc.). 

This year, we broaden the scope to also include the translation of real world applications to different outlier definitions. Our goal is to highlight challenges associated with (1) outlier mining by new theoretic models and efficient algorithms, (2) translating real world problems to one/multiple of these definitions, and (3) comparing these definitions in their detection quality for unknown outlier instances. In all, the 3rd ODDx3 aims to increase awareness of the community to the following challenges of outlier mining:

What is an outlier/anomaly?
How can we define an anomaly in heterogeneous data environments?
How do different definitions translate to real world applications (spam, fraud, etc.)?
How can real world scenarios help shape new anomaly definitions?
How can we build descriptive detection methods?
How could data visualization aid anomaly mining?


CONFIRMED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
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We are proud to have Vipin Kumar and Xifeng Yan as our keynote speakers.

Vipin Kumar is a William Norris Professor and Head of the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Kumar's current research interests include data mining, high-performance computing, and their applications in Climate/Ecosystems and Biomedical domains. His research has resulted in the development of the concept of isoefficiency metric for evaluating the scalability of parallel algorithms, as well as highly efficient parallel algorithms and software for sparse matrix factorization (PSPASES) and graph partitioning (METIS, ParMetis, hMetis). He has authored over 300 research articles, and has coedited or coauthored 11 books including widely used text books ``Introduction to Parallel Computing'' and ``Introduction to Data Mining''. Dr. Kumar co-founded SIAM International Conference on Data Mining and served as a founding co-editor-in-chief of Journal of Statistical Analysis and Data Mining (an official journal of the American Statistical Association). Dr. Kumar is a Fellow of the ACM, IEEE and AAAS. Kumar's foundational research in data mining and its applications to scientific data was honored by the ACM SIGKDD 2012 Innovation Award, which is the highest award for technical excellence in the field of Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD). His h-index is 90. 


Xifeng Yan is an associate professor at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He holds the Venkatesh Narayanamurti Chair of Computer Science. He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2006. He was a research staff member at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center between 2006 and 2008. He has been working on modeling, managing, and mining graphs in information networks, computer systems, social media and bioinformatics. His works were extensively referenced, with over 9,000 citations per Google Scholar and thousands of software downloads. He received NSF CAREER Award, IBM Invention Achievement Award, ACM-SIGMOD Dissertation Runner-Up Award, and IEEE ICDM 10-year Highest Impact Paper Award.


ODDx3 PANEL: "What is an anomaly?"
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This year, ODD includes a panel consisting of researchers from both academia and industry with expertise/experience in outlier mining and fraud detection.

Despite its immense popularity, anomaly mining remains an extremely challenging task for many real world applications. For many practitioners, the task is poorly defined and under-specified as existing definitions and solutions have been often too simplistic and do not directly correspond to the needs of modern applications. 

The first goal of the panel is to have experts from various domains (or researchers who heavily collaborate with such) to describe the kind of anomaly problems they are facing with in the real world. The second goal is then to try to tie existing definitions in the literature to those encountered in the real world, and if no appropriate definitions exist, try to brainstorm possible new formulations. 
PANELISTS (tentative)
- Tina Eliassi-Rad (Rutgers) (malware & fraud detection)
- Ted E. Senator (Leidos) (insider threat detection)
- Jimeng Sun (Georgia Tech.) (outliers in medical data)
- Weng-Keen Wong (Oregon State U.) (outbreak detection)

TOPICS OF INTEREST
--------------------------------
Topics of interests for the proposed workshop include, but are not limited to:

interleaved detection and description of outliers
description models for given outliers
pattern and local information based outlier description
ensemble methods for outlier detection and description
novel outlier models for complex anomalies
outlier detection methods for complex anomalies in heterogeneous datasets
multi-view outlier ensembles over multiple data sources
comparative studies on outlier detection
identification of outlier rules
supervised and unsupervised outlier detection
statistical and information-theoretic outlier detection and description
distance-based models for outlier ranking
density-based models for local outlier ranking
subspace outlier mining in high dimensional data
community outlier mining in graph data
anytime outlier mining in stream data
contrast mining and causality analysis
visualizations for outlier mining results
visual analytics for interactive detection and evaluation of outliers
human-in-the-loop modeling and learning

Application areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Fraud detection, and data logs
Health surveillance, and other sensor databases
Video surveillance, and other streaming databases
Customer analysis, and other transactional data sources
Process logs, and other sequential or ordered data
Social networks, and other graph databases

We encourage submissions describing innovative work in related fields that address the issue of data diversity in outlier mining. 


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
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We invite submission of unpublished original research papers that are not under review elsewhere. All papers will be peer reviewed. If accepted, at least one of the authors must attend the workshop to present their work. The submitted papers must be written in English and formatted according to the ACM Proceedings Template (Tighter Alternate style) available at:

The maximum length of papers is 10 pages in this format. We also invite vision papers and descriptions of work-in-progress or case studies on benchmark data as short paper submissions of up to 4 pages. 

The papers should be in PDF format and submitted via EasyChair submission site
 
Accepted papers will be included in the KDD 2015 Digital Proceedings, and made available in the ACM Digital Library.

If you are considering submitting to the workshop and have questions regarding the workshop scope or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact the organizers at odd15kdd (at) outlier-analytics.org.


IMPORTANT DATES
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Submission deadline: June 5, 2015, 23:59 PST
Acceptance notification: June 30, 2015, 23:59 PST
Camera-ready deadline: July 10, 2015, 23:59 PST
Workshop day: August 10, 2015 


PROGRAM COMMITTEE  (tentative)
-----------------------------------
Fabrizio Angiulli (University of Calabria)
Ira Assent (Aarhus University)
Arindam Banerjee (University of Minnesota)
Albert Bifet (University of Waikato)
Petko Bogdanov (SUNY Albany)
Rajmonda Caceres (MIT Lincoln Laboratory)
Varun Chandola (SUNY Buffalo)
Polo Chau (Georgia Tech)
Sanjay Chawla (University of Syndey)
Tina Eliassi-Rad (Rutgers)
Christos Faloutsos (Carnegie Mellon University)
Jing Gao (SUNY Buffalo)
Manish Gupta (Microsoft)
Daniel B. Neill (Carnegie Mellon University)
Joerg Sander (University of Alberta)
Hanghang Tong (Arozina State)
Ye Wang (Ohio State University)
Arthur Zimek (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitdt Munchen)

ORGANIZERS 
---------------------------
Leman Akoglu (Stony Brook University)
Sanjay Chawla (University of Sydney)
Emmanuel Muller (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Ted E. Senator (Leidos--previously SAIC)


Contact us at:
odd15kdd (at) outlier-analytics.org

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Geoffrey Hubona | 28 Apr 19:09 2014
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Online 8-Month 2014 R BOOT CAMP: $100 for students ends midnight May 2

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS END MIDNIGHT THIS FRIDAY for both live AM and live PM online class sessions.

Total $100 early registration for full-time students (through May 2); $150 for non-full-time students.
Live, online, centerpiece Introduction to R summer course is based on authoritative
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Centerpiece live, online Introduction to R course taught on Friday mornings and
then again on same Friday in PM for Pacific Rim countries (where it is Saturday morning).
Also includes 30+ additional 24/7 "on-demand" R courses with 900+ more
hours of instructional video content, exercises and datasets available
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Geoffrey Hubona | 22 Apr 19:29 2014
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SUMMER of SEM Online: SEM with lavaan and Multilevel SEM with xxM

Live, online, 8-session SEM course, with weekly Wednesday 11:30AM EDT and 7:30PM EDT classes using lavaan package in R begins June 18. Early registration discounts ($245 total fee for students) ends on May 15. This registration cost INCLUDES continued educational support through December 2014 by well-published, International experts in SEM and PLS path modeling, with 22 additional courses for you to access 24/7.

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WIC Office | 1 Apr 16:57 2014

WI'14 - Call for Special Session Papers, Workshop Papers & Tutorial Proposals

[Apologies for cross-postings]

##################################################################

         The 2014 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on

                     Web Intelligence (WI'14)

                August 11-14, 2014, Warsaw, Poland

                 CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSION PAPERS,

               WORKSHOP PAPERS & TUTORIAL PROPOSALS

##################################################################

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/wi-2014-special-sessions

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/wi-2014-workshops

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/submit-proposal

##################################################################

WI'14 is a part of the 2014 Web Intelligence Congress (WIC'14).

The series of Web Intelligence (WI) conferences was started in
Japan in 2001. Since then, WI has been held yearly in several
countries, including: Canada, China, France, USA, Australia and
Italy. WI conference is recognized as the World's leading forum
related to Web Intelligence. In 2014, it will be organized in
Warsaw as a Special Event commemorating the 25th anniversary of
the Web.

WI'14 Special Sessions
- Soft Clustering
- Granular Computing
- Complex Methods for Data and Web Mining 
- Big Data Analytics

WI'14 Workshops
- Web Personalization, Recommender Systems and Social Media
- Social Web Intelligence
- Ensemble Learning for Web Analytics
- Semantic Data Analytics
- Natural Language Processing and Ontology Engineering

Important Dates
##################################################################
# Workshop/special session paper submission:    April     13, 2014 
# Tutorial proposal submission:                 April     13, 2014 
# Tutorial proposal acceptance notification:    April     20, 2014 
# Paper acceptance notification:                May        4, 2014 
##################################################################

Keynote Speakers
- [Turing Award Winner:] Andrew Chi-Chih Yao (Tsinghua University)
- Stefan Decker (National University of Ireland & DERI)
- Karl Friston (University College London)
- Sadaaki Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)
- Yi Pan (Georgia State University)
- Henryk Skarzynski (Inst. of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing)
- John F. Sowa (VivoMind Research, LLC)
- Andrzej Szalas (Linkoping University & the University of Warsaw)

Panel Speakers
- European Human Brain Project: Richard Frackowiak,
  Piotr Bogorodzki, Thomas Heinis, Ferath Kherif
- [other plenary panels to be announced soon]

Workshop Chairs
- Lipika Dey (India)
- Adam Krasuski (Poland)
- Marek Reformat (Canada)

Tutorial Chairs
- Hiranmay Ghosh (India)
- Radoslaw Katarzyniak (Poland)
- Christina Schweikert (USA)

Online Submissions & Publications
##################################################################
# Papers need to have up to 8 pages in IEEE format:
# http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting
# Accepted special session papers will be published
# in the main WI'14 proceedings (IEEE).
# Accepted workshop papers will be published in the
# WI-IAT'14 workshop proceedings (IEEE).
##################################################################

*** Post-Conference Journal Publications ***

- Web Intelligence and Agent Systems (IOS Press)
- Brain Informatics (Springer)
- Information Technology & Decision Making (World Scientific)
- Computational Intelligence (Wiley)
- Health Information Science and Systems (Springer)
- Cognitive Systems Research (Elsevier)
- Computational Cognitive Science (Springer)
- Semantic Computing (World Scientific)
- [special web 25 issue:] Fundamenta Informaticae (IOS Press)

*** About WIC'14 ***

The 2014 Web Intelligence Congress (WIC'14) includes four
international conferences related to intelligent informatics:

- IEEE/WIC/ACM Web Intelligence 2014 (WI'14)
- IEEE/WIC/ACM Intelligent Agent Technology 2014 (IAT'14)
- Active Media Technology 2014 (AMT'14)
- Brain Informatics & Heath 2014 (BIH'14)

They are co-located in order to bring together researchers and
practitioners from diverse fields with the purpose of exploring
the fundamental roles, interactions and practical impacts of
Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Information Technology.

*** About the Venue ***

The conference will be held in August - the best Summer period
to visit Warsaw and Poland. Lectures will take place in Central
Campus of the University of Warsaw, in the Old Library building
converted to a modern conference center. The campus is located
in downtown Warsaw, close to the Old Town and Vistula River.

*** Contact Information ***

- Special session papers: Dominik Slezak (slezak <at> mimuw.edu.pl)
- Workshop papers: Lipika Dey (lipikadey <at> gmail.com)
- Tutorial proposals: Hiranmay Ghosh (wi14.hiranmay <at> gmail.com)

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cbc-inform | 1 Apr 16:00 2014

WebWI'14 - Call for Special Session Papers, Workshop Papers & Tutorial Proposals

[Apologies for cross-postings]

##################################################################

         The 2014 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on

                     Web Intelligence (WI'14)

                August 11-14, 2014, Warsaw, Poland

                 CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSION PAPERS,

               WORKSHOP PAPERS & TUTORIAL PROPOSALS

##################################################################

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/wi-2014-special-sessions

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/wi-2014-workshops

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/wi/submit-proposal

##################################################################

WI'14 is a part of the 2014 Web Intelligence Congress (WIC'14).

The series of Web Intelligence (WI) conferences was started in
Japan in 2001. Since then, WI has been held yearly in several
countries, including: Canada, China, France, USA, Australia and
Italy. WI conference is recognized as the World's leading forum
related to Web Intelligence. In 2014, it will be organized in
Warsaw as a Special Event commemorating the 25th anniversary of
the Web.

WI'14 Special Sessions
- Soft Clustering
- Granular Computing
- Complex Methods for Data and Web Mining 
- Big Data Analytics

WI'14 Workshops
- Web Personalization, Recommender Systems and Social Media
- Social Web Intelligence
- Ensemble Learning for Web Analytics
- Semantic Data Analytics
- Natural Language Processing and Ontology Engineering

Important Dates
##################################################################
# Workshop/special session paper submission:    April     13, 2014 
# Tutorial proposal submission:                 April     13, 2014 
# Tutorial proposal acceptance notification:    April     20, 2014 
# Paper acceptance notification:                May        4, 2014 
##################################################################

Keynote Speakers
- [Turing Award Winner:] Andrew Chi-Chih Yao (Tsinghua University)
- Stefan Decker (National University of Ireland & DERI)
- Karl Friston (University College London)
- Sadaaki Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)
- Yi Pan (Georgia State University)
- Henryk Skarzynski (Inst. of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing)
- John F. Sowa (VivoMind Research, LLC)
- Andrzej Szalas (Linkoping University & the University of Warsaw)

Panel Speakers
- European Human Brain Project: Richard Frackowiak,
  Piotr Bogorodzki, Thomas Heinis, Ferath Kherif
- [other plenary panels to be announced soon]

Workshop Chairs
- Lipika Dey (India)
- Adam Krasuski (Poland)
- Marek Reformat (Canada)

Tutorial Chairs
- Hiranmay Ghosh (India)
- Radoslaw Katarzyniak (Poland)
- Christina Schweikert (USA)

Online Submissions & Publications
##################################################################
# Papers need to have up to 8 pages in IEEE format:
# http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting
# Accepted special session papers will be published
# in the main WI'14 proceedings (IEEE).
# Accepted workshop papers will be published in the
# WI-IAT'14 workshop proceedings (IEEE).
##################################################################

*** Post-Conference Journal Publications ***

- Web Intelligence and Agent Systems (IOS Press)
- Brain Informatics (Springer)
- Information Technology & Decision Making (World Scientific)
- Computational Intelligence (Wiley)
- Health Information Science and Systems (Springer)
- Cognitive Systems Research (Elsevier)
- Computational Cognitive Science (Springer)
- Semantic Computing (World Scientific)
- [special web 25 issue:] Fundamenta Informaticae (IOS Press)

*** About WIC'14 ***

The 2014 Web Intelligence Congress (WIC'14) includes four
international conferences related to intelligent informatics:

- IEEE/WIC/ACM Web Intelligence 2014 (WI'14)
- IEEE/WIC/ACM Intelligent Agent Technology 2014 (IAT'14)
- Active Media Technology 2014 (AMT'14)
- Brain Informatics & Heath 2014 (BIH'14)

They are co-located in order to bring together researchers and
practitioners from diverse fields with the purpose of exploring
the fundamental roles, interactions and practical impacts of
Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Information Technology.

*** About the Venue ***

The conference will be held in August - the best Summer period
to visit Warsaw and Poland. Lectures will take place in Central
Campus of the University of Warsaw, in the Old Library building
converted to a modern conference center. The campus is located
in downtown Warsaw, close to the Old Town and Vistula River.

*** Contact Information ***

- Special session papers: Dominik Slezak (slezak <at> mimuw.edu.pl)
- Workshop papers: Lipika Dey (lipikadey <at> gmail.com)
- Tutorial proposals: Hiranmay Ghosh (wi14.hiranmay <at> gmail.com)

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WIC Office | 1 Apr 16:03 2014

IAT'14 - Call for Special Session Papers, Workshop Papers & Tutorial Proposals

[Apologies for cross-postings]

##################################################################

         The 2014 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on

               Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT'14)

                August 11-14, 2014, Warsaw, Poland

                 CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSION PAPERS,

               WORKSHOP PAPERS & TUTORIAL PROPOSALS

##################################################################

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/iat/iat-2014-special-sessions

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/iat/iat-2014-workshops

http://wic2014.mimuw.edu.pl/iat/submit-proposal

##################################################################

IAT'14 is a part of the 2014 Web Intelligence Congress (WIC'14).

The series of Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT) conferences was
started in Japan in 2001. Since then, IAT has been held yearly
in several countries, including: Canada, China, France, USA,
Australia and Italy. IAT series of conferences is recognized as
one of the most important events related to Multi-Agent Systems
with an emphasis on their connections to Information Technology.

IAT'14 Special Sessions
- Cooperative Knowledge Discovery and Management
- Agent-Based Simulation Supporting Decision Making

IAT'14 Workshops
- Data Oriented Constructive Mining and Multi-Agent Simulation
- Agent Systems in Business Process Management
- Knowledge Discovery in Ontologies
- Social Intelligent Agent Technology

Important Dates
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# Workshop/special session paper submission:    April     13, 2014 
# Tutorial proposal submission:                 April     13, 2014 
# Tutorial proposal acceptance notification:    April     20, 2014 
# Paper acceptance notification:                May        4, 2014 
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Keynote Speakers
- [Turing Award Winner:] Andrew Chi-Chih Yao (Tsinghua University)
- Stefan Decker (National University of Ireland & DERI)
- Karl Friston (University College London)
- Sadaaki Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)
- Yi Pan (Georgia State University)
- Henryk Skarzynski (Inst. of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing)
- John F. Sowa (VivoMind Research, LLC)
- Andrzej Szalas (Linkoping University & the University of Warsaw)

Panel Speakers
- European Human Brain Project: Richard Frackowiak,
  Piotr Bogorodzki, Thomas Heinis, Ferath Kherif
- [other plenary panels to be announced soon]

Workshop Chairs
- Lipika Dey (India)
- Adam Krasuski (Poland)
- Marek Reformat (Canada)

Tutorial Chairs
- Hiranmay Ghosh (India)
- Radoslaw Katarzyniak (Poland)
- Christina Schweikert (USA)

Online Submissions & Publications
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# Papers need to have up to 8 pages in IEEE format:
# http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting
# Accepted special session papers will be published
# in the main IAT'14 proceedings (IEEE).
# Accepted workshop papers will be published in the
# WI-IAT'14 workshop proceedings (IEEE).
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*** Post-Conference Journal Publications ***

- Web Intelligence and Agent Systems (IOS Press)
- Brain Informatics (Springer)
- Information Technology & Decision Making (World Scientific)
- Computational Intelligence (Wiley)
- Health Information Science and Systems (Springer)
- Cognitive Systems Research (Elsevier)
- Computational Cognitive Science (Springer)
- Semantic Computing (World Scientific)
- [special web 25 issue:] Fundamenta Informaticae (IOS Press)

*** About WIC'14 ***

The 2014 Web Intelligence Congress (WIC'14) includes four
international conferences related to intelligent informatics:

- IEEE/WIC/ACM Web Intelligence 2014 (WI'14)
- IEEE/WIC/ACM Intelligent Agent Technology 2014 (IAT'14)
- Active Media Technology 2014 (AMT'14)
- Brain Informatics & Heath 2014 (BIH'14)

They are co-located in order to bring together researchers and
practitioners from diverse fields with the purpose of exploring
the fundamental roles, interactions and practical impacts of
Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Information Technology.

*** About the Venue ***

The conference will be held in August - the best Summer period
to visit Warsaw and Poland. Lectures will take place in Central
Campus of the University of Warsaw, in the Old Library building
converted to a modern conference center. The campus is located
in downtown Warsaw, close to the Old Town and Vistula River.

*** Contact Information ***

- Special session papers: Dominik Slezak (slezak <at> mimuw.edu.pl)
- Workshop papers: Lipika Dey (lipikadey <at> gmail.com)
- Tutorial proposals: Hiranmay Ghosh (wi14.hiranmay <at> gmail.com)

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