IEEE Joint 19th International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Informatics and 7th International Conference on Recent Achievements in Mechatronics, Automation, Computer Sciences and Robotics
The Symposium is organized with the focus of bringing together scientists from any country working on computational intelligence and its applications with the aims at providing an opportunity for sharing and discussing the recent research developments in this field. The idea is to have a small number of lecturers and participants in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
The fields of interests of the conference include disciplines which are merged in the area of ‘Soft Computing’, ‘Intelligent Techniques’ or ‘Computational Intelligence’. Therefore, its activity is not limited to fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory, and involves also: – fuzzy technology – neural networks – genetic algorithms – modeling uncertainty – hybrid systems – applications – and informatics
- IEEE Hungary Section, Hungarian Fuzzy Association
- Hamido Fujita, Valentina E. Balas, Dominik B. O. Boesl, Tamás Haidegger, Gorge Weiss - Plenary Speakers
- Founding Honorary Chair I. J. Rudas, Óbuda University, Budapest Honorary Chairs E. Tunstel, IEEE SMC Society President B. M. Wilamowski, IEEE Division II Honorary Committee L. T. Kóczy, HFA Honorary President General Chair L. Kovács Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary - Elnökség
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A konferencia része a Magyar Tudomány Napja megünneplésének