Special Sessions

NaBIC 2011 IEEE World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing. Special Session on Emergent Applications of Natural Computing Systems. Deadline: June 30th, 2011.

IWINAC 2011 International Work-conference on the Interplay between Natural and Artificial Computation. Special Session on Multi-robot Systems: From Physical Systems to Computational Metaphors. In this session we approach Multi-robot Systems as a challenging issue in the development of advanced robotic systems and also as a powerful computational metaphor offering novel solutions to old and well-established problems. Non-exhaustive list of tentative topics: multi-robot systems, swarm intelligence-based models and applications, self-organizing and collective emerging computation, decentralized/parallel control and computation architectures. Deadline: Closed.

HAIS 2011 International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems. SpecialSession on Hybrid Intelligent Approaches in Cooperative Multi-robot Systems. The aim of this special session is to present state of the art papers on multi-robot systems that make use of Hybrid Intelligent approaches including biological inspired techniques like Evolutionary Algorithms, Neural Networks, etc. Deadline: Closed.

IWINAC 2009 International Work-conference on the Interplay between Natural and Artificial Computation. Special Session on Bio-inspired Computation in Cooperative Multi-Robot Systems. This special session focuses on theoretical topics such as heterogeneous and modular robot architectures, multi-robot team coordination, inter-robot communications, self-organizing robot teams and also on its applications to multi-robot systems from a general framework of bio-inspired computation and engineering such as evolutionary computation, adaptive learning systems, artificial neural networks, reasoning based on fuzzy systems, and other biological inspired systems. Deadline: Closed.

ICONIP 2008 International Conference on Neural Information Processing. Special Session on Neural Information Processing in Cooperative Multi-Robot Systems. The aim of this special session is to present state of the art papers on multi-robot systems that make use of Artificial Neural Networks and other biological inspired techniques like Evolutionary Algorithms, which address current problems in this research area from a biological inspired point of view. Deadline: Closed.

HAIS 2008 International Workshop on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems. Special Session on Hybrid Intelligent Systems for Multi-robot and Multi-agent Systems. The goal of this special session is to review the current works on hybrid artifical intelligence systems (evolutionary computation, neural networks and statistical classifiers, fuzzy systems and lattice computing, hidden Markov models, formal concept analysis, etc.) on the field of multi-robot systems. Deadline: Closed.

IWINAC 2007 International Work-conference on the Interplay between Natural and Artificial Computation. Special Session on Intelligent Robotic Systems. The design and development of increasingly more autonomous robots have been tackled with both hard computing control techniques, complemented with a strong adaptive component, and soft computing techniques based on the use, primarily, of fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks, and evolutive computation. We ask for contributions to the above mentioned topics, with an emphasis on the problems related to the autonomy of robotic systems. Papers dealing with the theoretical aspects of intelligent robotic systems, as well as papers devoted to practical issues or presenting applications are equally welcome, as the main purpose of this workshop is to promote the exchange of ideas, approaches and experiences in this exciting field. Deadline: Closed.

Competitions

ICML 2009 International Conference on Machine Learning. RL 2009 Competition. Building on last year's competition and the benchmarking events that preceded it, this event will be a forum for reinforcement learning researchers to rigorously compare the performance of their methods on a suite of challenging domains. The competition finals and workshop will take place during the Multidisciplinary Symposium on Reinforcement Learning, a part of the 2009 International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML'09) in Montreal, Canada. Deadline: Closed.

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