Call for Papers CIP2014 – deadline January 15

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  • Special session proposal: December 1, 2013
  • Submission of full paper: January 15, 2014
  • Notification of acceptance: March 5, 2014
  • Camera-ready paper: April 5, 2014
  • Advance registration before: April 5, 2014

Following the success of three previous editions, the 4th International Workshop on Cognitive Information Processing (CIP2014) aims at bringing together researchers from the machine learning, cognitive engineering, human-machine interaction, pattern recognition, statistical signal processing in an effort to promote and encourage cross-fertilization of ideas and tools.

CIP 2014 will take place May 26-28, 2014 at the Bella Sky Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark. The workshop will feature keynote addresses and technical presentations, oral and poster, all of which will be included in the workshop proceedings.

Papers are solicited for the following areas in theory and applications:

Theory Areas

  • Machine learning theory and algorithms
  • Cognitive principles for machine architectures and training
  • Adaptive and sparsity-aware learning
  • Cognitive psychology modeling
  • Machine understanding and human-machine interaction
  • Cognitive dynamic systems
  • Cognitive fuzzy methods and techniques
  • Cognitive approaches to decision making and game theory
  • Collaborative sensing
  • Algorithms and Tools for Large-Scale Machine Learning

Application Areas

  • Sound and audio systems
  • Datamining, textmining,
  • Sentiment analysis
  • Social networks, social science
  • Medicine, neuroimaging, bioinformatics,
  • Energy and smart grids, advanced manufacturing,
  • Robotics, artificial vision,
  • Engineering systems, industrial processes,
  • Economy and finance
  • Cognitive communications: Modulation, networks, dynamic spectrum management and personalization
  • Cognitive radar and sonar: Detection, estimation, tracking and target identification

Special Sessions
Special sessions are solicited in the same areas. Please suggest the topic and 3-5 potential speakers to Program Chair Jan Larsen ( before December 1, 2013.

Student Paper Prize
A prize of 500.00 EUR will recognize the best contribution whose first author is a graduate student. The award will be presented during the conference and consists of a honorarium (to be divided equally between all student authors of the paper), and a certificate for each such author. The award will be selected by a subcommittee of the program committee and based on the quality, originality, and clarity of the submission.

Paper submission
Prospective authors are invited to submit a double column paper of up to six pages. Accepted papers will be published in an online proceedings available to workshop registrants. The proceedings will further be published by an internationally recognized publishing house. We are seeking collaboration with IEEE Xplore.
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