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 IEEE CIS TF on Education Aim and Scope

 

The aim of our Task Force is to raise awareness toward the neural networks, provide training to those just joining our community, and inform students as well as seasoned researchers on the new developments of neural networks and their applications to real world problems.

 

We wish to bring together scholars and practitioners from various fields related to – or that can benefit from – neural networks, and to enable multidisciplinary discussions and collaborations involving neural networks and their applications.

 

Task Force Members

 

Ivo Bukovský (chair)
Czech Technical University in Prague
Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering (DICE)
Adaptive Signal Processing and Informatics Computational Centre (ASPICC)

Robi Polikar (vice-chair)
Rowan University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition Laboratory (SPPRL)

Alena Vagaská
The Technical University of Košice
Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies with a seat in Prešov
Department of Mathematics, Informatics and Cybernetics

Zeng-Guang Hou
The Chinese Academy of Sciences
Institute of Automation
Key Laboratory of Complex Systems and Intelligence Science

Noriasu Homma
Tohoku University
Graduate School of Medicine
Department of Radiological Imaging and Informatics

Madan Gupta
University of Saskatchewan
College of Engineering
Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory

Witold Kinsner
University of Manitoba
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

 

Liasons of IEEE CIS NNTC TF on Education

 

Torsten Wagner
FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
Institute of Bio and Nanotechnology (INB)

Ki-Young Song
University of Tokyo
Micro Energy System Laboratory (MESL)

Kei Ichiji
Tohoku University
ECEI Laboratories
Yoshizawa Laboratory

Mohamed Elgendi
University of Alberta
Department of Computing Science

Alexander Hošovský
Technical University of Košice
Department of Mathematics, Informatics and Cybernetics

 

Graduate Student Affiliates

 

Nathan Scott
Auckland University of Technology
KEDRI

Cyril Oswald
Czech Technical University in Prague

Peter Mark Beneš
Czech Technical University in Prague