The main objective of the session is to provide a forum to disseminate and discuss recent and significant research efforts in real-world educational and disability focused applications in Computational Intelligence which have significantly benefited society.
A further objective of the session is to show how recent academic research has been transferred into industrial and public organisational environments. Papers should show how the public has effectively engaged with the application and should consider the consider societal implications and public attitudes, alongside others, in the conduct and use of research.
Full details of the special session can be found at http://wcci2014.com/
- Paper submission deadline: December 20, 2013
- Paper acceptance notification date: March 15, 2014
- Final paper submission deadline: April 15, 2014
- Early registration: April 15, 2014
- Conference Date: July 6 – 11 2014
IEEE World Congress in Computational Intelligence Website
Paper Submission InstructionsWhen submitting their manuscripts, authors are recommended to follow these steps:
- Identify the conference associated to the Special Session they are interested in, by looking at the "Provisionally Accepted Special Session" list under the column called ID; FOR “Applications of Computational Intelligence in Education and Disability to Benefit Society” the ID is S2:FZ02.
- Go to the related conference submission website; For papers submitted to this special session the submission site is 2014 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE)
- Select the Special Session name in the Main Research topic dropdown list; The special session name is S2:FZ02. Applications of Computational Intelligence in Education and Disability to Benefit Society
- Fill out the input fields, upload the pdf file and finalize the submission by December 20, 2013
Co-chairsKeeley Crockett email: K.Crockett@mmu.ac.uk
Pau-Choo (Julia) Chung