NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT COMPUTING MODELS (NCICM-2008)
Venue: Computer Science Department
|Event Date/Time: Feb 21, 2008||End Date/Time: Feb 23, 2008|
|Registration Date: Jan 16, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Jan 16, 2008|
|Paper Submission Date: Jan 16, 2008|
The National Conference on Intelligent Computing Models (NCICM-2008) focuses on building primitive artificial intelligent systems. Intelligent systems are usually characterized by their ability to adapt to dynamic situations in uncertain environments. Intelligent Computing has emerged as one of the most vivacious areas in the field of Information Technology. It is a branch of the study of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Intelligent Computing research aims to use learning, adaptive, or evolutionary computations to create programs that are, in some sense, intelligent. Intelligent Computing research models either explicitly rejects statistical methods (as is the case with fuzzy systems), or tacitly ignores statistics (as is the case with most neural network research). In contrast, machine learning research rejects non-statistical approaches to learning, adaptivity, and optimization. Intelligent Computing, sometimes known as Synthetic Intelligence, is further closely associated with soft computing, scruffy AI, connectionist systems and cybernetics
The conference aims to disseminate innovative ideas in the new and emerging technologies in Intelligent Computing Models. It brings together researchers, academicians, students and industrial experts under a roof too. The plenary session has been arranged in the frontier areas like Image Processing, Data
Mining, Mobile Computing and Soft Computing Technologies.
1. Prof. S. Kuppusamy, Pondicherry University, Pudhucherry
Topic : Multilingual Computing
2. Prof. R. Murugesan, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai
Topic : Medical Imaging using intelligent Soft Computing
3. Prof. L. Ganesan, Alagappa College of Technology, Karaikudi
Topic : Intelligent Systems for Texture Analysis
4. Prof. Elizabeth Sherly, IIITM, Kerala
Topic: Intelligent System using Neural Network
5. Prof. A. Krishnamurthy, Bharathidasan Institute of Technology, Trichy
Topic: Art of Hiding information with Steganography
6. Dr. R. Uthayakumar, Gandhigram Rural University, Gandhigram
Topic: Applications of Fractal Theory in Signal Processing
7. Prof. A. Kannan, Anna University, Chennai
Topic: Web Data Mining and its Application
8. Prof. A. Tamilarasi, Kongu Engineering College, Erode
Topic: Data Mining using Ant Colony Optimization
9. Prof. R. S. D. Wahidabanu, Government College of Engg., Salem
Topic: Converging Techniques in Mobile Communications
10. Prof. T. Purusothaman, GCT, Coimbatore
Topic: Current Trends in Mobile Computing
Faculty Members/Research Scholars : Rs.950/-
Industrial Delegates : Rs.2,000/-
Registration fee will cover cost of the conference proceedings, working lunch and snacks. Due to paucity of funds, the participants are requested to make their own arrangements for their travel expenses and accommodation. The registration fee can be paid in the form of DD of any Nationalised Bank in favour of The Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science, Periyar University, Salem payable at Salem on or before 31-1-2008. The unregistered participants shall not be allowed for presentation. No spot registration will be accepted.
Accompanies of the delegate will have to bear an additional cost of Rs. 150/- per day per head towards food.
All the delegates are requested to make their own arrangements for accommodation. Plenty of hotels ranging from economic class to executive class are available in the city, which is of 8 kms away from the University.
The conference proceedings would be brought out later by Narosa Publishers, New Delhi and it will be sent by post.
Submission of full paper : 16-01-2008
Notification of acceptance : 25-01-2008
Final paper submission along with
Registration fee : 31-01-2008
CALL FOR PAPERS
The original papers relevant to the conference theme in the following areas are invited for submission.
Digital Image Processing
Networking and Cryptography
Simulation and modeling
Theory of Computation
Two hard copies of the full paper of the original unpublished work must be submitted along with softcopy in CD on or before 16-01-2008 to the contact address. The authors are requested to strictly follow the format specified in the instructions; otherwise the paper will be summarily rejected. Papers will be peer reviewed and the selection will be communicated to the individuals on or before 25-01-2008. All accepted papers must be registered by atleast any one of the authors. The best among presented papers alone will be published in the conference proceedings.
Full time/part time Ph. D Scholars, M. Phil Scholars, faculty members, post graduate students and people from industry can attend this conference to discern innovative technologies in intelligent computing models.
Dr. K. Thangavel,
Professor and Head,
Department of Computer Science,
SALEM-636 011. Tamilnadu, INDIA.
Phone(O): 0427-2345766 – 241 (Extn), Mobile: 9486237009
February 21-23, 2008
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