Events (Lectures, Webinars, Summer School)

Distinguished Lectures Program (DLP)

Speaker Date Topic Location Chapter Chair Inviting Chapter
Kalyanmoy Deb June 21, 2019 Customized Evolutionary Optimization DIBRIS - University of Genoa

Francesco Masulli

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IEEE CIS Italy Section CIS Chapter
Rudolf Kruse July 3, 2019 Decomposable Probabilistic and Possibilistic Graphical Models Sorbonne University

Adrien Revault d'Allonnes

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IEEE CIS France Chapter
Pau-Choo Chung September 12-13, 2019 CNN Queretaro, Mexico

Saul Tovar Arriaga

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IEEE CIS Queretaro Chapter

Webinars

To disseminate advanced knowledge on hot topics in computational intelligence seminars will be organized and distributed through the web free of charge to our members. Past webinars can also be accessed by members free of charge

Upcoming Webinars

  • Title: Automated Profiling of Individual Traits: Modelling Learning Styles with Oscar Conversational Intelligent Tutoring System
    Speaker: Dr. Annabel Latham
    Date & Time: Mon, Apr 8, 2019: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM GMT

Webinars Calendar

When planning to attend a webinar, members should check the location and time zone from where the webinar is broadcast. For all other locations, they should calculate the actual time. Also, members should be aware of the fact that daylight saving time does not begin and end at the same time in different countries.

If they are not sure, members can use a Time Zone Converter.

Members should log in at least 15 minutes earlier to check their connection, hardware, and software and make sure that they are ready to attend the talk when it begins.


Summer Schools

The CIS Summer Schools are designed for senior undergraduate, graduate students, post-doc and young researchers who are willingly to deepen their skills in computational intelligence and related areas. The objective is to stimulate them to involve in rapidly evolving fields, and to foster participation in the adventure of research.

2019 Events

Coming Soon

Important Dates

  • Eligible period: 1 May 2019 to 31 December 2019
  • Deadline for submitting the proposal: 14 April 2019 (late submissions may also be considered, but subject to the availability of the budget balance)
  • Notification of the outcome of the review process: 30 April 2019

You are encouraged to submit a proposal to hold a CIS summer school in Computational Intelligence from May to December 2019. If the proposal is approved, and upon request, CIS will provide a financial contribution to support the initiative. The amount of the financial support from CIS depends on the available budget, the number of financed proposals and the soundness of the school budget. We recall that organizers can take advantage of other initiatives, e.g., the CIS Distinguished Lecture Program to further support the school (related regulations apply).

The CIS Summer schools subcommittee will review received proposals based on the following criteria:

  1. The quality of the proposed technical program and topic balance;
  2. The length of the school;
  3. The geographical balance of the proposals.

In writing your proposal, please address the following aspects:

  1. Aim and target.
  2. Courses and lecturers.
  3. Tentative program.
  4. Local organizer(s).
  5. Registration and accommodation.
  6. School budget, financial sponsor(s) and requested co-finance from CIS.

A template for the proposals and more details can be found at the Summer School Subcommittee website: https://cis.ieee.org/professional-development/summer-schools

Please submit your proposal by the deadline to the Summer Schools Subcommittee Chair, Prof. Chang-Shing Lee, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..