Sunday, 7 January 2018

CFP: IEEE Conference on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems (EAIS 2018) (Jan 20)

http://easyconferences.eu/eais2018/

The 2018 IEEE Conference on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems (EAIS 2018) will be held in the exotic island of Rhodes (Greece) which has a beautiful medieval town built by the crusaders and it is preserved as UNESCO monument. A main characteristic of Rhodes is its long ancient history with many ancient Greek sites. Set against the historic backdrop of Rhodes island is the elegant and pisturesque lowrise architecture of Aldemar Amilia Mare Village, an all-inclusive seaside resort. Newly refurbished luxury rooms with sea or garden views are the perfect choice for all holidaymakers, from singles to families. Dive into crystal clear swimming pools, try a wide range of watersports at the beach, enjoy the Spa Centre with its fully equipped fitness area and sample the cosmopolitan delights of the themed restaurants.

EAIS 2018 will provide a working and friendly atmosphere and will be a leading international forum focusing on the discussion of recent advances, the exchange of recent innovations and the outline of open important future challenges in the area of Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems.

Over the past decade, this area has emerged to play an important role on a broad international level in today's real-world applications, especially ones with high complexity and dynamics change. Its embedded modelling and learning methodologies are able to cope with real-time demands, changing operation conditions, varying environmental influences, human behaviors, knowledge expansion scenarios and drifts in online data streams.

EAIS 2018 is organized by the IEEE Technical Committee on Evolving and Adaptive Intelligent Systems, SMC Society and the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.

All submitted papers must present research advances and should appropriately follow the purpose and topics of the conference.

Contributions will be selected based upon their quality as evaluated by the reviewers. An online submission system for contributions will be made available on this webpage soon.

Papers must be comprised of up to 8 pages. All contributions have to be prepared according to the IEEE conference style guidelines. Templates following these guidelines can be downloaded from the IEEE website (use e.g., bare_conf.tex as an example for LaTeX based contribution).

All contributions finally accepted for the conference will be published in the conference proceedings provided that at least one of the authors has registered in time (see also Registration). Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to Evolving Systems (Springer).

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