INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

SYSTEMICS, CYBERNETICS AND INFORMATICS

ICSCI - 2004

Under the aegis of Pentagram Research Centre Pvt. Ltd.

February 12-15, 2004

Venue: NISIET, Govt. of India, Hyderabad

Cost of Tutorial is now slashed to Rs.3000/- Registering for Tutorials will give you maximum benefits.......If the camera ready paper exceeds SIX pages you must pay Rs.100 or $10 per extra page

 

 

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The following Special Sessions have been planned to be organized during ICSCI-2004.

 

Serial Number

Title of the Special Session

Brief Description

Name and background of the Session Chair

01

Neural and Cognitive Modeling

Gives an insight into conceptual  framework  or  concrete  models  of  brain  function  and  dysfunction at  the  neuronal,  population  or  brain  systems  levels.

Dr. G. RamaMurthy

Assoc. Prof. at IIIT, Hyderabad,  discoverer of Mathematical Cybernetics

 

How to submit proposals for special sessions?

 

Steps:

 

  1. Prepare your proposal for a special session and directly send it to the conference chairman Professor E. G. Rajan using his e-mail ID: chair@icsci2004.org. Send a plan as to how you wish and are going to organize your special session.

  1. Send your full resume and the proposal for the special session.
  2. If you propose a special session, then you are going to be the sessions chairman and your team of people would participate in the session and present papers. You are required to send the set of papers reviewed by your experts to the conference chair before the last date of submission of camera ready papers, that is, before December 31, 2003. It is your responsibility to obtain copy right transfer from your team of people.
  1. Last date for submission of proposal: November 30, 2003.

Suggestions:

  1. Your special session should benefit the participants and other students, faculty and industrialists.
  1. You can fix a level to your proposal and inform as to what type of audience you had in your mind while preparing the proposal. For example, a high level audience would consist of graduate students, faculty and senior technocrats from industries, whereas a low level audience would have undergraduate students, instructors from colleges and technical personnel from industries.
  1. Hand-outs and technical material should be sent to the conference chair well in advance in order to make sufficient number of copies.

 

 

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Government of India

Dr. Swaminadhan Research Foundation

 

 

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