[SIMSOC] CfP: 6th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Economics and Finance

Nigel Gilbert n.gilbert at SURREY.AC.UK
Thu Mar 29 04:22:55 EST 2007

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The 6th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Economics
and Finance
                               (CIEF 2007)
   July 15-22, 2007 Marriott Salt Lake City Center, Salt Lake City, Utah,

Hosted and Sponsored by

            Utah State University
            Duke University
            San Jose State University
            World Scientific Press, INC
            JCIS, LLC
            Society for Mathematics of Uncertainty
            The Society of Computational Intelligence to Economics &
            AI-ECON Research Center, National Chengchi University, Taiwan;

The 6th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Economics
and Finance (CIEF 2007) will be held as a part of the 10th Joint Conference
on Information Sciences (JCIS 2007). CIEF continues the tradition of
featuring applications of computational intelligence to solve challenging
problems in economics and finance. Papers devoted to new techniques and/or
novel applications are solicited. Tools related to computational
intelligence, such as statistics, econometrics, and various numerical
algorithms are also welcome. In addition to regular technical sessions, CIEF
2007 will also organize special sessions, tutorial sessions as well as
keynote speeches. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:

Application Areas:
°E Agent-Based Computational Economics
°E Artificial Stock Markets
°E Behavioral Finance
°E Experimental Economics
°E Simulation of Social Processes
°E Evolutionary Game and Industrial Organization
°E Financial Engineering
°E Financial Data Mining
°E Trading Strategies
°E Hedging Strategies
°E Portfolio Management
°E Derivative Pricing
°E Term Structure Models
°E Financial Time Series Forecasting and Analysis
°E Neural Economics

°E Numerical Methods
°E Econometrics
°E Artificial Neural Networks
°E Self-Organized Map
°E Support Vector Machines
°E Fuzzy Logic
°E Evolutionary Strategies
°E Evolutionary Programming
°E Genetic Algorithms
°E Genetic Programming
°E Learning Classifier Systems
°E Statistical Classifiers
°E Cluster Analysis
°E Decision Trees
°E Inductive Logic Programming
°E Reinforcement Learning
°E Wavelets
°E Nature-Inspired Algorithms
°E Artificial Immune Systems
°E Independent Component Analysis
°E Sequential Monte Carlo Methods
°E State Space Models
°E Grey Models
°E Swarm Intelligence
°E Hybrid Models
°E Hybrid System
°E Rough Sets


Paper Submission Deadline: 4/18/2007
Review Result Notification: 5/10/2007
Invitational Letters sent to invited authors: 5/10/2007
Invited Papers Due: 6/10/2007
Final Camera-Ready Papers Due: 6/10/2007
Conference sessions: 15-22/072007


All manuscripts must be prepared in LaTeX or word according to World
Scientific Press, INC 9.00"x6.00" style (URL:
http://www.wspc.com.sg/style/proceedings_style.shtml). The length of
submitted papers must be no more than 5 pages including all figures, tables
and bibliography. All papers must be submitted electronically via the
conference website (http://www.jcis.org/). Papers submitted via other means
will not be considered. All submissions will be reviewed by the program
committee, and authors will be notified of the acceptance/rejection decision
by May 10, 2007 via email. The camera-ready version of the accepted papers
should be submitted by June 10, 2007. Overdue submission may not be
guaranteed to be included in the proceedings.


All accepted papers which are presented at the conference will be included
in the JCIS conference proceedings,EI indexing, published by World
Scientific Press, INC. The full version of some selected papers will be
expanded and revised for possible inclusion in Journal of Information
Sciences, SCI cited, New Mathematics and Natural Computation; Special volume
of book series: Studies in Computational Intelligence, published by
Springer; or other book volume published by an internationally renowned
publisher. Journal of Information Sciences also commit 3 special issues to
high quality papers from JCIS 2007 proceedings.


Special sessions and tutorials will be organised at the conference.
Two special sessions have been arranged to this conference:
1. Fuzzy Decision and Management
2. Security of Intelligent Agents
Please visit http://www.jcis.org/ for more information about special
sessions and tutorials.


Conference Chair 
Dr. Shu-Heng Chen
AI-ECON Research Center
Department of Economics
National Chengchi University
Taipei, Taiwan, ROC
Tel: +886-2-2938-7308
Fax: +886-2-2937-0290
E-mail: chchen at nccu.edu.tw

Program Chair 
Dr. Tzai-Der Wang (Douglas)
Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management,
Cheng Shiu University Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC.
Tel: +886-7-7310606 ext 3522
Fax: +886-7-7315367
E-mail: dougwang at csu.edu.tw
E-mail: douglaswang at giga.net.tw
E-mail: cief2007 at csu.edu.tw

Tutorial Chair
Dr. Chueh-Yung Tsao
Dept. of Business Administration
Chang-Gung University
Tel: +886-3-2118800 ext 3248
Fax: +886-3-2118500
E-mail: cytsao at mail.cgu.edu.tw

Special Session Chair:
Fuzzy Decision and Management
Dr. Yaw-Chu Chen
Department of Advertising
Ming Chuan University, Taiwan, ROC
Tel: 886-2-28809782
E-mail: ycchen at mcu.edu.tw

Special Session Chair:
Security of Intelligent Agents
Dr. Chung-Ming Ou
Department of Information Management,
Kainan University, Taiwan, ROC
Tel: 886-3341-2500 ext 6210
E-mail: cou077 at mail.knu.edu.tw

Session Co-Chairs:
Fuzzy Decision and Management
Dr. Yang-Cheng Lu
Finance Department,
Ming Chuan University, Taiwan, ROC
Tel: 886-2-28809763
E-mail: ralphyclu1 at gmail.com

Professor Nigel Gilbert,  Editor, Journal of Artificial Societies and
     Social Simulation, <http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/JASSS/>
        Centre for Research on Social Simulation (CRESS)
   Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.
       Tel:+44 1483 689173   N.Gilbert at soc.surrey.ac.uk

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