The conference is a forum for presenting the latest results on neural network applications in technical fields. The applications may be in any engineering or technical field, including but not limited to:
systems engineering, mechanical engineering, robotics, process engineering, metallurgy, pulp and paper technology, aeronautical engineering, computer science, machine vision, chemistry, chemical engineering, physics, electrical engineering, electronics, civil engineering, geophysical sciences, biomedical systems, and environmental engineering.
Various sessions are organised and the responsibilities for some of the sessions have been divided to some extent from this year. The two page abstracts (about 1000 words) related to the following areas may be sent directly to the person(s) coordinating the session.
|Control systems||E. Tulunay, email@example.com
A. Ruano, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Vision/Image processing||S. Draghici, email@example.com|
|Hybrid systems||J. Fernandez de Canete, firstname.lastname@example.org
D. Tsaptsinos, D.Tsaptsinos@kingston.ac.uk
|Process Engineering||R. Baratti, email@example.com|
|Biomedical systems||W. Duch|
|Metallurgy||P. Myllykoski, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Meteorology||C. Schizas, email@example.com|
Papers which do not fit any of the above categories can be sent to the common address
of the conference which is
Deadline: 15 February 1999
Format: in plain text format, Tex or LaTeX format (for other formats please email eann99 at the previous address).
Please mention two to four keywords. Submissions will be reviewed.
For information on earlier EANN conferences see the WWW pages here.
Notification of acceptance will be sent around 15 March.
The final papers will be expected by 15 April.
All papers will be up to 6 pages in length. Please read the instructions for preparation of the final version of your manuscript
Authors are expected to register by 15 April.
Authors are encouraged to send the abstracts to the conference address instead of the
organisers of the special tracks.
R. Baratti, University of Cagliari, Italy
L. Bobrowski, Polish Academy of Science, Poland
A. Bulsari, Nonlinear Solutions Oy, Finland
W. Duch, Nicholas Copernicus University, Poland
J. Fernandez de Canete, University of Malaga, Spain
A. Ruano, University of Algarve, Portugal
D. Tsaptsinos, Kingston University, UK
L. Bobrowski, International Centre of Biocybernetics, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw
A. Cichocki, RIKEN, Japan
W. Duch, Nicholas Copernicus University
T. Kaczorek, Warsaw University of Technology
J. Korbicz, Technical University of Zielona Gora
L. Rutkowski, Technical University of Czestochowa
R. Tadeusiewicz, University of Mining and Metallurgy, Cracow
Z. Waszczyszyn, Cracow University of Technology
S. Cho, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
T. Clarkson, King's College, UK
S. Draghici, Wayne State University, USA
G. Forsgrén, Stora Corporate Research, Sweden
I. Grabec, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
A. Iwata, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
C. Kuroda, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
H. Liljenström, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
L. Ludwig, University of Tubingen, Germany
M. Mohammadian, Monash University, Australia
P. Myllykoski, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
A. Owens, DuPont, USA
R. Parenti, Ansaldo Ricerche, Italy
F. Sandoval, University of Malaga, Spain
C. Schizas, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
E. Tulunay, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
S. Usui, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
F. Wysotzki, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
P. Zufiria, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain