IWANN 2017
Cádiz, Spain. June 14-16 2017

IWANN 2017

Cádiz, Spain. June 14-16, 2017

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Proceedings

The link to the Springer proceedings can be found on the Program page.

Preliminary programme

The Programme of IWANN 2017 has been published.

Virtual presentations

A limited number of virtual presentations, for those contributors who have serious difficulties on travelling, can be found on the Virtual presentations page.

Parallel events

Information about co-located events on the page and this presentation.

Information for presenters

Please find rules of presentation for contributors.

Deadline extension

Attending to the requests for last-minute submissions and/or updates, a once-only deadline extension up to February 28, 2017, has been allowed.

Submissions will be accomplished through the easychair platform. See further information on the Contributions page.

Prizes

As a part of IWANN 2017 scientific programme, two prizes will be awarded:

  • Best contribution.
  • Best special session.

Each award will include a 500 € prize granted by Springer, publisher of the proceedings within its LNCS series. The support by Springer is gratefully acknowledged.

The concession will be decided by IWANN 2017 chairs, based upon scientific merit and relevance.

All information concerning registration fees, as well as an online form, can be found on the Secretary site.


14th International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks

This biennial meeting seeks to provide a discussion forum for scientists, engineers, educators and students about the latest discoveries and realizations in the foundations, theory, models and applications of systems inspired on nature, using computational intelligence methodologies, as well as in emerging areas related to the above items. As in previous editions, we strongly emphasize the wide range of topics comprised under the umbrella of IWANN2017 and, in particular, we focus on trending topics such as Deep Learning, Human-centred Computing and developments encompassed in and related to the Human Brain Project.

This approach will be both theoretical and practical, through invited talks, tutorials, workshops, presentation of demos and functional prototypes. Besides, we offer the possibility to carry out a limited number of virtual presentations for those who want to participate but they have serious difficulties on travelling.

Publications

The proceedings will include all the presented communications to the conference. As in previous editions of IWANN, the proceedings will be published with Springer-Verlag on the Lecture Notes on Computer Science (LNCS) series, and the books will be available on-site. It is also foreseen the publication of an extended version of selected papers in a special issue on several specialized journals such as Neurocomputing (Elsevier), and Neural Processing Letters (Springer).