Sunday, 28 March 2021
Sunday, 28 February 2021
The following conferences have been approved for CIS technical co-sponsorship:
- 3rd International Conference on Industrial Artificial Intelligence. August 20-22, 2021, Shenyang, China.
- International Conference on Intelligence Systems and Computational Intelligence (ICISCI) 2022. May 10-13 2022, Changsha, China.
Saturday, 20 February 2021
Thursday, 18 February 2021
We congratulate our Class of 2021 IEEE Fellows, including Huang De Shuang, Joao Gama, Jonathan Garibaldi, Lise Getoor, Xiafeng Liao, Jose Lozano, Bal-lian Lu, Vincent Tesng, and Ganesh Venayagamoorthy. https://cis.ieee.org/
Thursday, 4 February 2021
The IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (IEEE CIS) and the International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) have decided to jointly celebrate the centenary of Lotfi A. Zadeh (1921-2017), to pay tribute to the creator of fuzzy set theory, an active member of both our societies.Please visit our page dedicated to Lofti Zadeh work and life: https://cis.ieee.org/about/history/lotfi-zadeh-s-centenary-birthday-celebration
Sunday, 31 January 2021
Thursday, 28 January 2021
Monday, 25 January 2021
Thursday, 21 January 2021
Thu, Feb 11, 2021 9:30 PM - 10:30 PM EST
Abstract: Medical imaging inherently entails imperfection, and is therefore an appropriate domain for involving computational intelligence. We introduce the concepts of quantitative imaging and radiomics, followed by a discussion on segmentation by clustering. Next we describe an automated and fast detection algorithm for brain tumor in MRI, and its efficient segmentation. Visual saliency is utilized for a fast localization and detection of the tumor. Use of just a single user-provided seed for an efficient delineation of the GBM tumor is also elaborated. The role of neuro-fuzzy feature selection in brain tumor detection and its classification is also detailed. Finally a discussion on Radiogenomics, and Personalized Medicine concludes the talk.
#Webinar #Biomedical #PersonalizedMedicine #radiomics
Tuesday, 19 January 2021
The IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) funds scholarships for deserving undergraduate, graduate and PhD students who need financial support to carry out their research during an academic break period. The primary intent of these scholarships is to cover the expenses related to a visit to another university, institute or research agency for collaboration with an identified researcher in the field of interest of the applicant. Funds can be used to cover travel expenses as well as certain living expenses (such as housing). The field of interest of applicants is open but should be connected with an identifiable component of the CIS (neural networks, fuzzy systems, or evolutionary computation). The call for the next round of applications will be announced soon and will have a deadline for submission of 15 Mar 2021.