Welcome to UKCI 2004
News Update - 10/09/2004
The workshop has now finished successfully - thanks to all those who attended. We hope to see you next year in Birkbeck.
News Update - 03/09/2004
New improved directions page here.
News Update - 25/08/2004
News Update - 06/08/2004
Registration for the workshop is now open. Register before 16th August for the cheaper rate. Details here.
News Update - 16/06/2004
Further submission deadline extension, until the end of Monday 21st June.
News Update - 07/06/2004
Submission Deadline Extension - due to server problems and several requests for more time, the dealine has been extended by a week, until the end of Monday 14th June.
News Update - 07/06/2004
The server is back - Appologies for any inconvenience.
News Update - 16/05/2004
Paper submission system now available.
News Update - 13/05/2004
Formatting information for papers has been added to the Information for Authors page.
News Update - 19/04/2004
Confirmed invited speaker:
News Update - 15/04/2004
Confirmed invited speakers:
- Mark Girolami (Glasgow)
- Paul Chung (Loughborough)
- Jim Baldwin (Bristol)
The 2004 UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence (UKCI-04) will be hosted by the Modelling and Reasoning research group of the Department of Computer Science at Loughborough University, UK, and will take place on the 6-8 September 2004.
Computational Intelligence (CI) is a rapidly expanding research field that encompasses fuzzy systems, neural networks, machine learning and evolutionary computation. CI research is being carried out by an increasingly large number of engineers, scientists and mathematicians and also a growing number of companies are employing CI techniques on learning problems for data analysis.
Recently, there have been successful developments in combining different CI techniques, and conventional methods, to build hybrid intelligent systems. These include smart adaptive systems that allow the achievement of stability in spite of changes that are either external or internal to the system, thereby increasing the re-usability of developed systems.
The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum for the academic community and industry to share ideas about developing and using CI techniques and to exchange views and ideas. The informal setting is designed to encourage a lively atmosphere for discussing future research problems and for forging new contacts and collaborations.
The workshop will include presentations of submitted papers and invited lectures by eminent CI researchers. It has been deliberately set as a low-cost event, so that young researchers in academia and industry may actively participate as well as established workers in the field.