Workshop: MiWoCI

12th Mittweida Workshop in Computational Intelligence 2020

Already for the 12th time, the Mittweida Workshop in Computational Intelligence (MiWoCI) takes place at our university. It is organized by the SICIM under the direction of Prof. Villmann. Even though it allows itself a little bit different this year due to the Corona Pandemic. MiWoCI follows the tradition of presenting the latest trends and developments in the field of machine learning for data analysis and visualization, with a focus (but not exclusively) on prototype-based models such as the Learning Vector Quantization method or self-organizing maps.

The workshop will focus on new theoretical models and problem solutions as well as interesting applications, for example in bioinformatics, forensics, medicine or in automotive assistance systems. Topics could include problems such as handling large amounts of data and transfer learning.  A special aspect of MiWoCI is to encourage young researchers to present their results and to discuss them with other young scientists as well as with experienced researchers from the field.

This year the workshop will take place digitally as ZOOMposium.

In 15 minutes contributions, the speakers can present their work. Furthermore, smaller workshops are planned to discuss and exchange ideas in smaller groups. These are to take place on a specially set up BigBlueButton server.

Registration deadline: 28.06.2020 (for only participants)

Deadline for contributors:  10.06.2020
(please have a look here)

Workshop dates: 1th - 3rd July 2020

Papers can be published in the Machine Learning Reports (MLR) after the workshop.

Tentative schedule: pdf

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