The final program will be made once the list of participants is known; it will be available after August 20, 2018.
It is important for us to attract the attention of young researchers/postdocs/PhD students from a broad variety of fields.
Seminars will take place in one general auditorium, whereas poster sessions for younger participants (PhD students, postdocs) will take place in pauses outside the auditorium. Round table discussion will be included in the general program.
Special sessions could be organized.
The authors of abstracts presented at the Conference will be invited to submit a full paper to be considered for publication on a special issue of the journal
- Soft Computing, (Springer publ. https://link.springer.com/jour
nal/500, editor in chief Antonio Di Nola)
or on a book of the following series
- Studies in Computational Intelligence ( Springer, https://www.springer.com/serie
s/7092, Editor in Chief Janusz Kacpryzk)
- Studies in Fuzziness and soft Computing ( Springer, https://www.springer.com/serie
s/2941, Editor in Chief Janusz Kacpryzk)