Artificial intelligence is an engineering discipline that is currently becoming more and more pervasive in industrial, medical or agricultural environments and in our daily lives. This width of application possibilities and the increasing number of successful cases combined with the current availability of data and sensing hardware fuel the opportunities to develop advanced systems that solve problems that seemed unfeasible not so long ago.
Techniques such as machine learning, optimization, system identification, pattern analysis, artificial vision, language processing, etc. are being used to relieve human users of repetitive tasks, to provide them with more advanced and complete information to make better decisions, to forecast with accuracy events in the future or to build systems that interact more naturally with their users, to name only a few.
Topics that could be relevant for the workshop include specially applications, but also theoretical approaches, based on:
- Intelligent systems applications;
- Intelligent control applications;
- Biomedical applications;
- Fault detection and diagnosis;
- Improvement or new intelligent control techniques and topologies;
- Complex systems modeling;
- Optimization of processes and procedures;
- Intelligent systems applications over industrial processes;
- Systems efficiency improvement and optimization;
- Hybrid systems implementation;
- Intelligent data analysis;
- Internet of Things applications.
Preliminary workshop format and a proposed schedule for organizing the workshop, including desired length for the workshop:
- The session will have a session chair, that will be responsible for managing the session, i.e., introduce the speakers, control the presentation time and manage questions and answers (Q&A).
- Authors enter the session at least 5 minutes before it starts for the session chair to coordinate all details with the speakers before the session starts.
- Authors should make sure that their presentation does not use up all the assigned time slot so that a few minutes will be available for Q&A. Ideally, there should be 15 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A.
- Depending on the number of papers presented, the duration of the workshop could be as follows (6 papers = 120 minutes (20 minutes each paper including presentation and question time).
- Workshop could be hold online way, depending on the restrictions of the conference.
Organizing Committee Chairs
- José Luis Calvo Rolle - University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Roberto Casado Vara - University of Salamanca (Spain)
- José-Luis Casteleiro-Roca, University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Roberto Casado, University of Salamanca (Spain)
- Héctor Quintián, University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Zita Vale, ISEP (Portugal)
- Francisco Zayas-Gato, University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Ana Belén Gil González - University of Salamanca (Spain)
- Esteban Jove, University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Luis-Alfonso Fernández-Serantes, University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Paulo Novais, University of Minho (Portugal)
- José Luis Calvo-Rolle, University of A Coruña (Spain)
- Luis Castillo - Autonomous University of Manizales (Colombia)
- Mohd Saberi Mohamad - Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (Malaysia)