Call For ICONIP Conference Proposals

Since the first formation of the Asia Pacific Neural Network Assembly (APNNA) in Nagoya, Japan in 1993 and the very first ICONIP 1994 in Seoul, Korea, this premiere event organized by regional active academicians has provided an annual forum to explore and exchange ideas on neural networks and related disciplines. Now the Governing Board of APNNA cordially invites you to submit a conference bid for International Conference on Neural Information Processing 2011, (ICONIP2011) and beyond.

Call for ICONIP2011 Conference Proposal

When submitting your proposal, please include, but not limited to, the following items:


  • The name(s), affiliation(s), contact data, of the local coordinator(s) who will act as Chair(s) of the Conference Committee. A brief CV of the coordinator(s) should be added in the appendix.
  • The names, affiliations, contact data, of all proposed members of the Local Organizing Committee
  • A full description of the chosen venue and conference facilities
  • Proposed dates. Previous dates are usually chosen in September, October, or November .
  • Local Information which should include but not limited to
    • Transportation
    • Accommodations
    • Weather
    • Other issues such as security notices
  • A tentative program schedule including the information of the registration, tutorials, sessions, and workshops.
  • An indication of the type of social program that can be anticipated.
  • A tentative budget to include the cost of the registration for various types of registration fees.

Please submit the conference proposal to the contacts listed below on or before the ICONIP2009 conference for further processing. Please also prepare a set of hard-copy of the proposal and a presentation to be tabled and shown at the Governing Board meeting during ICONIP2009.

The final decision will be made at the Governing Board meeting and announced at the Conference Banquet.

Contacts

Jonathan Chan
APNNA President
School of Information Technology
King Mongkut's University of Technology
E-mail: jonathan [at] sit.kmutt.ac.th


Irwin King
APNNA Vice-President
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
E-mail: king [at] cse.cuhk.edu.hk

 
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