"Second Latin-American Summer School on Computational Intelligence", EVIC 2005
December 14-16, 2005, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile
Last update: January 9h, 2006
Poster Competition Results

December 15th:

  • First Place: Boric, N. and Ramírez J.A., "GP-VAD: Evolving a VAD through Genetic Programming". (CHILE).
  • Second Place: Solis, J. and Sáez, D., "Comparative analysis of evolutionary algorithms for fuzzy predictive control strategies". (CHILE).
  • Third Place: Gómez, R., "Evolutionary design of fuzzy controllers for mobile's robot navegation". (COLOMBIA).

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  • General Information

    The Summer School will be held at the Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile, jointly organized by the Chilean Chapter of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (former IEEE Neural Networks Society) and the Department of Electrical Engineering, Universidad de Chile.

    Course Contents

    The Summer School is dedicated to explain the main models and algorithms used in Computational Intelligence (Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Evolutionary Computation) and their application to signal processing, pattern recognition, control systems, robotics, biomedical engineering, data mining, etc.

    Courses will have a duration of 4 hours. Some classes will include practical sessions with appropriate software tools. Spanish-speaking lecturers will give their lectures in Spanish. Otherwise the courses will be in English.