Today, based on the advances in IT and digital data storage, in many
industrial, economic, medical or other application areas, increasing amounts
of signals, measurements, images and other types of data become available,
implicitly describing underlying processes or structures. With this
availability the potential - and need - arises for advanced intelligent
tools to extract the underlying information, predict, diagnose, estimate or
make use of it in some other way, in order to optimize or improve services.
Since structure in this data is mostly hidden under noise, due to the
stochastic nature of the processes and their measurement, robust and
adaptive tools are needed that can cope with this nature.
"Computational intelligence and learning" intends answering to this need; it
gathers research work carried out in various disciplines, with the objective
of adding some form of intelligence or automatic learning of situations and
properties in algorithms, data processing tasks, data mining, information
extraction, etc. Computational intelligence and learning concerns
disciplines and concepts such as machine learning, artificial neural
networks, data mining, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, probabilistic
Events of interest for the researchers in the Computational Intelligence and
Learning fields can be announced by sending an invitation to the
firstname.lastname@example.org list. Everyone who is registered on
the CIL website is authorized to send a message to this list.
In addition, if you want your event to be listed on the CIL website (as an
event jointly organized by the CIL doctoral school), please send an e-mail
with all details to the webmaster (details under the "Contact" tab). Your
event will be included under the conditions that:
- To view the list of events or to register to lectures, browse the agenda
- The list of registered groups is available on the teams page
- The members of the CIL doctoral school are listed on the members page
- You can use the RSS feed of the agenda to be automatically warned of new events.
The organizer commits himself to provide the list of participants to the
event, for the reporting of the activities of the school (names and
affiliations; PhD students have to be distinguished from other
participants). Organizers who use the on-line registrations on the CIL
website do not have to provide this list.
- It is clearly related to the Computational Intelligence and Learning fields
- It takes place in Belgium (with a few exceptions, like joint Belgian events such as Benelux meetings)
- The language used for the event is English
See the agenda for full details