3rd INNS Winter Conference - Trends in Natural and Machine Intelligence
  • 12/10/12 : The conference proceedings are now online at Procedia Computer Science here.
  • 08/09/12 : The presentation instructions are posted now. Also, the tentative technical program is updated here.
  • 02/09/12 : The preliminary technical program is available here. Also, the corresponding author should receive an acknowledgement email from Elsevier this week.
  • 18/07/12 : Notifications have started to be sent out since July 15. The remaining ones should be completed within a couple of days. Thank you for your patience.
  • 31/05/12 : Due to numerous requests, final paper submission deadline is extended to June 15, 2012
  • 11/05/12 : Paper Submission Deadline Extended to May 31, 2012
  • 15/04/12 : Online Submission Opened
  • 25/01/12 : Website Online


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Paper Submission

The INNS-WC2012 online submission system is open at EasyChair here (http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=innswc2012). Please submit to one of the following tracks:
  • INNS-WC general track: Trends in Natural and Machine Intelligence
  • INNS Symposium on Nature Inspired Creativity (SoNIC2012)
  • INNS Symposium on Vision and Image Processing (SoVIP2012)
  • INNS Symposium on Data Analytics and Competitions (SoDAC2012)

Prospective authors are invited to submit original, high quality manuscripts of up to twelve (12) pages electronically. Short papers of 4-6 pages will also be considered. The submission must conform to the Elsevier Procedia Computer Science format. All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of INNS-WC2012 as an Elsevier Procedia Computer Science open access volume (indexed by EI, Scopus and Conference Proceedings Citation Index - formerly ISI Proceedings).

Manuscript templates: (Latex) (Word)

Extended version of selected papers may be invited for publication in special issues of international journals after the conference.

All submissions will be checked by VeriGuide for originality.

  The range of topics for the general conference track on "Trends in Natural and Machine Intelligence" includes but is not limited to
  • Neural network theory & models.
  • Computational neuroscience.
  • Cognitive models.
  • Brain-machine interfaces.
  • Embodied robotics.
  • Evolutionary neural systems.
  • Neurodynamics.
  • Neuroinformatics.
  • Neuroengineering.
  • Neural hardware.
  • Neural network applications
  • Pattern recognition.
  • Machine vision.
  • Collective intelligence.
  • Hybrid systems.
  • Self-aware systems.
  • Data mining.
  • Sensor networks.
  • Agent-based systems.
  • Computational biology.
  • Bioinformatics.
  • Artificial life.

  The range of topics for the INNS Symposium on Nature Inspired Creativity (SoNIC2012) includes but is not limited to
  • Application of Nature Inspired Computing in Creative Industries:

    • Creative computing for digital media
    • Computer aided design
    • Computer generated special effects for film
    • Cartoon animation
    • Games
    • Music
    • Edutainment, etc.
  • Art and Cognition:

    • Art and the Brain
    • Creative process
    • Emotion and meaning in paintings, music, sculptures, poetry, etc.
  • Generative Art:

    • Systems that create drawings, images, animations, sculptures, poetry, text, graphic designs, musical pieces, sound-fonts, sound effects, film music, etc.
  • Aesthetic evaluation:

    • Aesthetic analysis of film, image, music, sound, sculpture, etc.

  The range of topics for the INNS Symposium on Vision and Image Processing (SoVIP2012) includes but is not limited to
  • Low-level image processing
  • Feature extraction and image description
  • Image classification and clustering
  • 3D sensing and depth measuring systems
  • 3D object modeling and reconstruction
  • Tracking and surveillance
  • Motion estimation
  • Human gesture recognition
  • Human motion analysis
  • Human face detection and tracking
  • Human-robot interactions
  • Robot intelligence
  • Humanoid and mobile robotics
  • Video indexing and retrieval
  • Intelligent compression of massive imaging data
  • Bio-medical imaging applications
  • Bio-robotics
  • Biometrics

  The range of topics for the INNS Symposium on Data Analytics and Competitions (SoDAC2012) includes but is not limited to
  • Business intelligence
  • Air quality and environmental issues
  • Chemo-informatics
  • Social networks and analytics
  • Geo-informatics
  • Neuro-informatics
  • Internet and web analytics
  • Data visualization techniques
  • Data quality analysis
  • Decision support and analytics
  • Knowledge management and discovery
  • Advanced database analytics
  • Content and information retrieval
  • Modeling and simulation of complex systems
  • Optimization techniques
  • Bio-data analysis
  • Complex scheduling problems
  • Scalability of data analysis
  • Data competitions

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