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Tutorials: Nov 13, 2011, Shanghai, China
Main Conference: Nov 14-17, 2011, Shanghai, China
Workshops: Nov 18, 2011, Hangzhou, China
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   Final program of ICONIP2011 and book of abstracts are available now.  
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Topic Areas

The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Science

Spiking neurons, visual and auditory cortex, neural encoding and decoding, plasticity and adaptation, brain imaging, learning and memory, inference and reasoning, perception, emotion and development, attractor and associative memory.

Models, Methods and Inference

Stability and convergence analysis, neural network models, supervised learning, unsupervised learning, reinforcement learning, embeddings and manifold learning, active learning, statistical and information-theoretic methods, kernel methods and support vector machines, mixture models, graphical and causal models, Bayesian networks, topic models, evolutionary algorithms, Gaussian processes, model selection, matrix/tensor analysis.

Vision and Auditory Modelling

Visual perception and modelling, visual selective attention, visual coding and representa-tion, object recognition, motion and tracking, natural scene analysis, image processing, auditory perception and modelling, source separation, speech recognition and speech synthesis, speaker identification, audio and speech retrieval.

Control, Robotics and Hardware

Neuromorphic hardware and implementation embedded neural networks, fuzzy neural networks, cognitive robotics, developmental robotics, multi-agent systems and game theory, planning and decision making, action and motor control.

Novel approaches and Applications

Brain-like systems, adaptive intelligent systems, brain-computer interfaces, granular computing, hybrid intelligent systems, neuroinformatics and neuroengineering, bioinformatics, information retrieval, data mining and knowledge discovery, natural language processing.

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