[AISWorld] [IEEE ICCI*CC'17:] IEEE 17th ICCI*CC'18 at UC Berkeley [Submission deadline extended to March 31] :: Cognitive Computing | Computational Intelligence | Cognitive Informatics | Cognitive Robots | Cognitive Machine Learning | Neurocomputation | Brain-Inspired Systems
yingxu at ucalgary.ca
Thu Mar 1 07:56:05 EST 2018
Re: Paper submission deadline has been extended to March 31
Upon many requests the submission deadline of 17th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing (ICCI*CC'18) at UC Berkeley (http://www.ucalgary.ca/icci_cc/iccicc-18) has been extended to March 31. For those intended to submit a paper, you are encouraged to upload an abstract earlier in order to allow the program committee to allocate adequate reviewers.
The IEEE ICCI*CC series is a flagship conference of its field sponsored by IEEE Computer Societies and etc. The theme of ICCI*CC’18 is on Cognitive Machine Learning, Brain-Inspired Systems and Cognitive Robotics. The Proceedings of ICCI*CC'18 will be published by IEEE CS Press (EI Indexed). A good rate of selected papers from the conference will be recommended to leading international journals and/or IEEE transactions with ISI/EI indexes.
Paper submission site is at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieeeiccicc18. Both full paper (5-8pp.) and short paper (4-5pp.) are welcome. We look forward to having an opportunity to meet you at IEEE ICCI*CC'18.
IEEE ICCI*CC'18 is dedicated to Late Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh, our most respected past honorary chair.
IEEE ICCI*CC'18 Co-Chairs
HONORARY CHAIR: Prof. Bernard Widrow (Stanford Univ.)
GENERAL CO-CHAIRS: Profs. Jerome Feldman (UC Berkeley), Yingxu Wang (U Calgary), Newton Howard (U Oxford), and Phillip Sheu (UC Irvine)
PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS: Prof. Sam Kwong (HK) and Prof. Y. Wang
ORGANIZATION CHAIR: Prof. Du Zhang (USA)
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