[Comp-neuro] Tutorials at IJCNN 2009: Call for Proposals

Ali Minai minai_ali at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 2 23:06:38 CEST 2008


Tutorials at the 2009 International Joint Conference
on Neural Networks

June 2009, Atlanta, USA



 



The IJCNN 2009 Organizing Committee invites proposals for tutorials
to be held during the IJCNN 2009 in Atlanta.
The tutorials will be scheduled for June 14, 2009, immediately preceding the
main program of the conference.


Space has been reserved for up to 16 two hour tutorials, with
the possibility of four hour tutorials if the schedule allows. Each tutorial is
expected to have 20 – 40 attendees. In addition to the core areas of neural
networks, tutorials in areas such as cognitive modeling, computational
neuroscience, bioinformatics, robotics, sensor networks, etc., are strongly
encouraged. Honoraria will be offered to tutorial organizers based on the number of registered attendees for their tutorial.
Proposals for tutorials should be submitted in electronic form (Word or pdf) by October 15, 2008 to:


Ali A. Minai, Tutorials Chair

University of Cincinnati

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Cincinnati, OH 45221-0030, U.S.A.

phone +1-513-556-4783 

E-mail: <ali.minai AT uc.edu>


The suggested length for proposals is 1-2 pages
(single-spaced), and should not exceed 4 pages. 
Detailed information is available at: http://www.ijcnn2009.com/tutorials.html


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Ali A. Minai
Complex Adaptive Systems Lab
Associate Professor
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0030

Phone: (513) 556-4783
Fax: (513) 556-7326
Email: aminai at ece.uc.edu
          minai_ali at yahoo.com

WWW: http://www.ece.uc.edu/~aminai/

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