INES 2010 Final Program
Registration starts at 9:30 on Wednesday, May 5.
Conference final program can be downloaded as a pdf file.
The plenary session starts at 9:30 on Thursday, May 6.
INES 2010 Plenary Speakers
Czeslaw Smutnicki (Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland): New Trends in Optimization
József Dombi (Szeged, Hungary): On a Consistent Fuzzy Operator System
József Dombi’s degrees earned at University of Szeged. Academic degrees: University doctor's degree (1977, Summa cum laude), Candidate mathematical sciences (1994, CSc, Title of dissertation: Fuzzy sets' structure from the aspect of multicriteria decision aid.). Visiting positions: Leningrad (1971, 6 months), Leipzig (1974, 6 months), Bukarest (1978, 1 month), DAAD Scholarship, Aachen (1978, 12 months), Alexander von Humboldt Scholarship, Aachen (1986, 12 months), European Scholarship, Bristol (1987, 3 months), Academic research exchange (Paris, Helsinki, Turku, Tampere), CEEPUS guest professor, Linz (2000 and 2009, 1 month), and Klagenfurt (2008, 1 month). Awards: 1991 Minister of Education award, 1997 Pro Sciencia award for student, 1998 László Kalmár award, in 1997 DataScope won Information Technology award in Brussels, won the Best Software of the Year award in 2000 at COMDEX, Las Vegas. Editorial membership: editorial board’s member of the Foundations of Computing and Decision Sciences magazine until 1997, editorial board’s member of the International Journal of Systems Sciences and editorial board’s member of the International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms. Membership in international organizations: IFSA (International Fuzzy System Association), Member of European COST Action on Multicriteria Decision Making, ESIGMA (European Special Interest Group on Multicriteria Analysis), European Working Group on Multiple Criteria Decision Aid, MTA Public Body (Operational Research), MOT (Hungarian Association of Operational Research), Hungarian Humboldt Association. Business: 1993 founder and head of Cygron Research Ltd., 2000 scientific consultant of Mindmaker Ltd., 2002 founder and head of Dopti research and development Ltd. Research interest: computational intelligence, theory of fuzzy sets, multicriteria decision making, genetic and evolutional algorithms, operation research.
Xin Yao (University of Birmingham, UK): Evolving, Training and Designing Neural Network Ensembles
Xin Yao is a Professor (Chair) of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham, UK. Currently he is the Director of CERCIA (the Centre of Excellence for Research in Computational Intelligence and Applications, http://www.cercia.ac.uk) at the University of Birmingham, UK, which is specialised in applied research and knowledge transfer. He is an IEEE Fellow and a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Computational Intelligence Society. He won the 2001 IEEE Donald G. Fink Prize Paper Award and several other best paper awards. He was a Cheung Kong Scholar (Changjian Chair Professor) of the Ministry of Education of China, a Distinguished Visiting Professor (Grand Master Chair Professorship) of USTC in Hefei, and a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Yuan Ze University, Taiwan. In his spare time, he did the voluntary work as the Editor-in-Chief (2003-08) of IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, and is an associate editor or editorial board member of 12 international journals, and the editor of the World Scientific book series on "Advances in Natural Computation". He has been invited to give more than 55 keynote/plenary speeches at international conferences in many countries. His major research interests include evolutionary computation and neural network ensembles. He has more than 300 refereed publications in journals and conferences. His work has been supported by AWM, EPSRC, EU, Royal Society, Chinese Academy of Sciences, NSFC, Honda, Marconi, BT, Thales and Severn Trent Water.
14th IEEE International Conference on
Intelligent Engineering Systems 2010