AMACS 2018

Call For Minisymposia, Sessions, Workshops

Call for Sessions, Workshops, Minisymposia

We encourage you to participate in our conference with a Session, Symposium, or Workshop. There are several benefits for the organizers:
1. For every 5 fully registered papers, the organizer is entitled to submit a sixth paper without paying any registration fees.
2. Successful Session organizers will Chair their session
3. Successful Session organizers will be included in the Committee of AMACS 2018
4. Successful Session organizers will receive an additional ticket for the banquet
5. Successful Session organizers will receive a Certificate for the organization of their session
6. Successful Session organizers will be invited to spend one seminar in the University of the organizers as Invited Professors or Invited Scholars.

*Successful Session is any session with 5 or more than registered papers with fully registration
Send us your Special Session by email: amacs.conf@gmail.com, Title / Organizer / Aim / Topics as the approved symposia / sessions here




1. International Symposium on Knowledge Computing in Bio-medical Informatics and Healthcare 

Chairman: Prof. Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem, Professor of Computer Science, Head of Medical Informatics and Knowledge Engineering Research Labs, Faculty of Computer and Information sciences, Ain Shams University, Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt, http://net.shams.edu.eg/27.htm Email: abmsalem@yahoo.com, absalem@cis.asu.edu.eg

Aim: The field of knowledge computing (KC) has become the most challenging area in the last several years. KC deals with the development of intelligent computing and knowledge-based systems in which knowledge and reasoning play pivotal role. KC consists of three main areas, namely: Document Engineering, Knowledge Engineering, and Reasoning Techniques. This symposium /workshop will bring researchers, developers, practitioners, and users to present their latest research, results, and ideas in all areas related to the applications of KC in health informatics. Moreover the symposium will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between physicians and computer scientists to address the important issues in those areas. Papers related to techniques, methodologies and applications in medical informatics, telemedicine, and eHealth are especially solicited.

Topics: 

Reasoning   Methodologies and Techniques
Automated reasoning, case-based reasoning, commonsense reasoning, fuzzy reasoning, geometric reasoning, non-monotonic reasoning, model-based reasoning, probabilistic reasoning, causal reasoning, qualitative reasoning, spatial reasoning and temporal reasoning .
Knowledge Engineering 
Knowledge acquisition, knowledge-based systems, knowledge compilation, Shells and Tools, Methodologies, Modeling, Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Representation techniques , Knowledge Management, Ontological engineering 
Document Engineering
e-Health,Web services , Documents analyzing techniques, Documents designing approaches ,Encoding documents models,Internet information exchange ,
Relevant Applications 
Medical informatics,  Health Informatics, Bioinformatics, Brain Informatics, Proteomics, Gennomics


2. International Symposium on : Fuzzy Set Theory: New Developments and Applications to Real Life Problems 

Chairman: Dr. Manoj Sahni 
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, School of Technology, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat - 382007 INDIA. 
E. mail: manojsahani117@gmail.com 

Aim: The fuzzy set theory was introduced by Zadeh in 1965 to represent vague or uncertain information more precisely. Since its inception, the notion of fuzzy sets has been successfully applied in many disciplines such as mathematics, physics, economics, engineering, computer science, management science, finance, environment, operation research, marketing etc. In last 50 years, a number of generalizations/extensions of Zadeh’s fuzzy sets have developed by various researchers: interval-valued fuzzy sets (1975), type-2 fuzzy sets (1975), intuitionistic fuzzy sets (1983), interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets (1989), fuzzy multisets (1996), Hesitant fuzzy sets (2010), picture fuzzy sets (2013), Pythagorean fuzzy sets (2013). These theories have been used in many real-world application domains including data mining, decision making, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, image processing, traffic flow problems, robotics, management science, medical field, etc. The aim of organizing this session is to bring together scientists, engineers, researchers and students from around the world to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications. It also provides a unique interdisciplinary platform for young researchers and practitioners to discuss the real world practical challenges encountered and their solutions adopted by fuzzy set theory and its extensions. Submissions of original and previously unpublished work on topics that include, but not limited to, the following topics: 

Mathematical and Theoretical Developments
-  Fuzzy Sets
-  Interval-Valued Fuzzy Sets
-  Type-2 Fuzzy Sets
-  Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets
-  Interval-valued Intuitionistic Fuzzy sets
-  Fuzzy Multi Sets
-  Hesitant Fuzzy Sets
-  Picture Fuzzy Sets
-  Pythagorean Fuzzy Sets

 Applications
-  Pattern Recognition
-  Image and Signal Processing
-  Multi-criteria Decision Making
-  Medical Applications
-  Group Decision making
-  Clustering and Optimizations
-  Finance and Economics
-  Supply Chain Management
-  Bioinformatics
-  Fault detection and diagnosis
-  Cognitive science
-  Big Data and Cloud Computing
-  Information Processing, Information Extraction, and Fusion
-  Industrial and Civil Engineering
-  Robotics 

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