30.07.2018

Call for mini-symposiums & Special Technology Sessions

Instructions for the proposals of mini-symposiums and Special Technology Sessions

We are pleased to announce the call for mini-symposium and Special Technology Session proposals to the conference.

The mini-symposiums are more scientific in nature, while the Special Technology Sessions are more industry oriented. Both offer a possibility to present and discuss interesting innovations, applications and problem-solving in the fields of Computational Sciences and AI. Due to their smaller size, the MS / STS sessions also offer a great possibility for networking with people who are interested in the exact same issues.

The sessions are organized around the conference topics, which include, but are not limited to: innovations in AI and Computational Sciences, industrial application cases, applications for societal issues, computational applied mathematics, big data analysis & processes, computational intelligence, intelligent information processing, problem-solving algorithms, use of algorithms with big data and AI, optimization issues, AI tools, machine learning, human-machine interaction, computational fluid dynamics, computational solids and structural mechanics, emerging technologies, scientific computing, multi-disciplinary design and optimization for manufacturing, and deep learning.

One organizer of each MS / STS session will be exempted from paying the registration fee, if the session includes minimum five registered and paying speakers. If the session(s) include one keynote speaker (40 minute presentation), he/she will be offered a 50% discount of the full registration fees. Please note that all speaker registrations must be done by 14 April 2019 to ensure that the presentations will be included in the conference program. The organizer(s) of the sessions will be responsible for the scientific quality as well as the dissemination of their session.

If you wish to organize a mini-symposium or Special Technology Session, please submit your proposal by email to Chairman Tero Tuovinen at tero.tuovinen@jyu.fi. Please state “CSAI 2019 MS/STS proposal” at the email subject. The proposals should include your name and the names of possible co-organizers, affiliations, session title and a short description of the session, as well as names of the possible presentation contributors (max. one page).

The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2018. You will be notified by email about the acceptance of your proposal by 2 November 2018 at the latest.

We look forward to your proposals.

 

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