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  • aiesparcia
    Please note the change of venue!! ... evoRISK - Track on Computational Intelligence for Risk Management, Security and Defence Applications @ evoApplications
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 8, 2013
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      Please note the change of venue!!
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      evoRISK - Track on Computational Intelligence for Risk Management,
      Security and Defence Applications @ evoApplications
      part of the evo* event,
      GRANADA, Spain,  23-25 April 2014
      www.evostar.org

      *** Submission deadline: 1 November 2013 ***

      Recent events involving both natural disasters and human-made
      attacks have emphasised the importance of solving challenging
      problems in risk management, security and defence. Traditional
      methods have proven insufficient to address these problems and
      hence Computational Intelligence techniques present themselves
      as a more appealing alternative.
      We seek both theoretical developments and applications of
      Computational Intelligence to these subjects. All bio-inspired
      computational paradigms are welcome, mainly Genetic and
      Evolutionary Computation, but also Fuzzy Logic, Intelligent
      Agent Systems, Neural Networks, Cellular Automata, Artificial
      Immune Systems and others, including hybrids.

      Topics include but are not limited to:
      -• Cyber crime: anomaly detection systems, attack prevention and
      defence, threat forecasting systems, anti spam, antivirus systems,
      cyber warfare, cyber fraud
      -• IT Security: Intrusion detection, behaviour monitoring, network
      traffic analysis …
      - Resilient and self-healing systems
      -• Risk management: identification, prevention, monitoring and
      handling of risks, risk impact and probability estimation systems,
      contingency plans, real time risk management
      -• Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)
      -• Military, counter-terrorism and other defence related aspects
      -• Disaster relief and humanitarian logistics
      -• Real-world applications of these subjects

      Submissions should be formatted according to the LNCS guidelines
      and must not be longer than 12 pages. Accepted papers will appear
      in the proceedings of Evo*, published in a volume of the Springer
      Lecture Notes in Computer Science, which will be available at the
      Conference.

      Important dates common to all Evo* events:
      * submission deadline: 1 November 2013
      * conference dates: 23-25 April 2014

      evoRISK Chairs

      Anna I Esparcia-Alcazar
      S2 Grupo, Spain
      aesparcia(at)s2grupo.es

      Nur Zincir-Heywood
      Dalhousie University, Canada
      zincir(at)cs.dal.ca
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