Workshops


Computational Intelligence and Smart Cities

Cities' constant evolution has been driven human beings footsteps. Allied to the advancement of machines, cities are evolving into a new paradigm, being called Smart Cities. This evolution, closely related to devices equipped with high-performance computational skills, is happening in urban and rural areas. Besides promoting a decentralization of the current system, the new cities open doors for different autonomous agents to optimize their own interests. In this context, combinatorial optimization plays a fundamental role for more precise, efficient and balanced decision making. In addition, interaction with citizens is not overlooked, new tools contribute to society by promoting a more participatory economy and development. This call invites researchers to submit papers related to the above-described topics. Check the conference website for more information.
Workshop organizer(s):
  • Vitor Nazário Coelho (IC/UFF).
  • Igor Machado Coelho (DICC/UERJ).
  • Luiz Satoru Ochi (IC/UFF).
  • Thays Aparecida de Oliveira (ETIC/Univ. Pompeu Fabra).
Submission deadline: 30 August 2017.
Acceptance notification: 15 September 2017.
Call for papers (PDF)

Computational Intelligence and Biomathematics

Biomathematics can be seen as a broad scientific area including areas such as biomechanics/systemic biology and systems biology. On the other hand, computational intelligence can be seen as a broad scientific area including artificial neural networks and evolutionary computing. On this workshop, we shall see what is biomathematics and its ramifications, e.g. systems biology, and how they can be supported by methodologies from computational intelligence, e.g. in parameters estimations and patterns search (e.g., in gene expression).
Workshop organizer(s):
  • Jorge Guerra Pires (BISMA/UNIVAQ)
  • Antinisca Di Marco (BISMA/UNIVAQ)
  • Francesco Masedu (BISMA/UNIVAQ)
  • Agnaldo Reis (DECAT/UFOP)
Invited collaborators: Robert Smith?, Roberto Maggio, Pasquale Palumbo, Adriana Dawes, Elissa Schwartz, Alessandro Borri and Marco Nobile.
Submission deadline: 30 August 2017.
Acceptance notification: 15 September 2017.
See workshop web for details.

Análise estatística e inteligência computacional na graduação: Como formar um analista de dados?

Este workshop visa discutir a importância de se estimular alunos de graduação a fazer pesquisa científica ou de fazê-los participar de projetos com aplicações reais. Criar um cenário onde isso seja possível é desafiador para os docentes responsáveis. As ideias centrais desta proposta são: apresentar projetos bem sucedidos realizados por alunos de graduação em inteligência computacional ou análise estatística; discutir como construir um ambiente favorável para que os estudantes possam, de fato, aprender e contribuir; analisar o impacto dessas atitudes na formação dos futuros profissionais.
Workshop organizer(s):
  • Rodrigo Tosta Peres (CEFET/RJ).
  • Caroline Ponce de Moraes (CEFET/RJ).
  • Aline Gesualdi Manhães (CEFET/RJ).
Submission deadline: 30 August 2017.
Acceptance notification: 15 September 2017.
Call for papers (PDF)