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[protege-discussion] Information on SEIS 2010

Daramola Wande dwande at
Wed Feb 24 03:03:31 PST 2010

Dear all,

Let me kindly inform all about the forthcoming *"International Workshop and
Conference on Software Engineering and Intelligent Systems" (SEIS) 2010*.
Please find details below:

Today, there is a growing need to evolve more intelligent software systems
in order to respond to increasing complexity and sophistication of
automating human tasks. There is indeed the need for ‘smart’ software
systems in virtually all fields of application ranging from business,
commerce, engineering, science, arts, medicine and much more. Software need
become more intelligent. Additionally, it is also essential that these
intelligent software applications are made deployable on diverse platforms
such as mobile, web, and grid. It is believed that these kinds of systems
can only be realized when innovative problem solving concepts and
technologies from the field of Artificial intelligence are integrated into
the software development process to produce intelligent software systems or
intelligent components wrapped in software.

The Workshop and conference is intended to provide a forum for exchanging
experience and ideas among researchers and practitioners who are concerned
with the need to develop more intelligent software systems. It is out to
harvest emergent ideas, concepts, theories, tools, technologies, algorithms,
process models, hybrid methodologies that would engender the development of
high utility intelligent software systems in various fields of application.

*Call for Papers*

We are interested in high quality research papers. Interested authors should
submit electronic versions of their papers (MS Word or pdf format) to *
seisconference2010 at or seisconference2010 at**
*by email.

The papers should not exceed 10 pages (following standard APA formatting
guidelines) and are due by March 15th 2010. All papers will be pair reviewed
by at least two members of the program committee of the conference.


SEIS 2010 welcomes papers dealing with theoretical, methodological,
experimental, and application aspects. In particular, but not exclusively,
we solicit papers about methodologies, models, and tools that enable the
realization of intelligent software systems for the following topics:
Case-Based Reasoning, Genetic Algorithms, Ontology, Semantics, Fuzzy Logic,
Knowledge Engineering, Neural Networks, Software Agents, Machine Learning,
Hybrid Approaches Data Mining, Natural Language Processing, Statistical

*Application Areas*

Biology & Bioinformatics, Education & Distance Learning, Medicine & Health
Care, e-commerce / m-Commerce, e-Health, e-Procurement, e-Education,
e-Science, Multi-modal Systems, Telecommunications, Grid, Finance and

* *

There will be a printed copy of the proceedings of the conference. Authors
of selected papers from the conference will be asked to submit an expanded
version of their paper for publication in a reputable journal.

* *

*Important Dates*

*  Paper Submission Due*: April 18th, 2010

*  Notification of Acceptance:* May 18th, 2010

*  Camera-Ready Version Due*: June 1st, 2010


The following workshop tracks will run during the SEIS 2010 conference:

·         SEIS Workshop Track on Soft Computing Techniques. – 3 sessions.

·         SEIS Doctoral Symposium – 3 sessions.

·         SEIS Workshop Combined Tracks on Strategic IT-Planning, etc – 3

·         *Profile*
Dr. ‘Gboyega Ojo received his PhD in Computer Science in 1998 from the
University of Lagos Nigeria. He is currently a research fellow at the United
Nations University- International Institute of Software Technology
(UNU-IIST), Macao China, where he serves as the Director of the Centre of
Electronic Governance of the UNU-IIST.

His wide range of research interest include: e-Government (Semantic
Interoperability, Software Infrastructure) , Ontological Semantics and
Semantic Web, Applications of Computational Intelligence (Neural Networks
and Evolutionary Algorithms), Strategic IT Planning for Public
Organizations, Applications of Formal Methods (Software Specification and
Verification), Software Technology Policy Development and Globalization.

He has published many papers in refereed conference proceedings and
journals, as well as presented many papers at national and international
conferences in his areas of research interests. Dr. Ojo has also been
priviledge to several research, development, and capacity-building projects
in many developing nations under the auspices of the united Nations. He has
successfully organized many international courses, summer schools and
workshops, and served on the program committee of many international

·         SEIS Workshop Track on: Semantic Technologies, Web 3.0
Applications and Semantics-based Computing – 3 sessions.

Dr. Matthew Adigun recieved his PhD in Computer Science at Obafemi Awolowo
University, Nigeria. He is currently the Professor and Head of the
Department of Computer Science, University of Zululand, South Africa, a
position he has held since 1999.

His research interests are in Software Engineering and Architecting of
Mobile and Pervasive Systems. He has presented papers at national and
international conferences in his and related areas of research interests. In
his 25 years of academic career, he has successfully supervised 25 research
Masters dissertations and more than 6 Ph.D thesis. He has also behind him
many years of experience as External Examiner of many Ph.D thesis and
Masters dissertation.

As a principal investigator, he has led research sponsored by the National
Research Foundation under the Research Niche Area titled Software
Infrastructure for E-Commerce and E-Business with a group of Computer
Science, Information Syatems and Business Management researchers from inside
and outside of the University of Zululand, South Africa. He is a recipient
of 2004 THRIP Technnology and Innovation Award from the South African
Department of Trade and Industry.

He recently also received recognition as a finalist in the 2009 DTI Science
and Technology award in the outstanding black researcher category. Dr.
Adigun leads the Centre of excellence for Mobile E-Services for Development
co-sponsored by the trio of Telkom (SA) Ltd, Huawei SA (PTY) Ltd and
Dynatech Information Systems.

Dr. Ajith's research and development experience includes over 18 years in
the Industry and Academia spanning different continents in Australia,
America, Asia and Europe. He works in a multi-disciplinary environment
involving machine intelligence, network security, sensor networks,
e-commerce, Web intelligence, Web services, computational grids, data mining
and applied to various real world problems. His research interests in
machine intelligence include Nature Inspired Hybrid Intelligent Systems
involving connectionist network learning, fuzzy inference systems, rough
set, swarm intelligence, evolutionary computation, distributed artificial
intelligence and other heuristics. He has given more than 30 plenary
lectures and conference tutorials in these areas. He has published over 500+
publications (with colleagues from nearly 30 countries ) and some of the
works have also won best paper awards at International conferences and also
received over 2,500* citations (h-index = 24*). Some of the articles are
available in the ScienceDirect Top 25 hottest articles.

Currently he is also coordinating the activities of the Machine Intelligence
Research Labs (MIR Labs), International Scientific Network of Excellence,
which has members from over 45 countries. He has a world wide academic
experience with formal appointments in Monash University, Australia;
Oklahoma State University, USA; Chung-Ang University, Seoul; Jinan
University, China; Rovira i Virgili University, Spain; Dalian Maritime
University, China; Yonsei University, Seoul and Open University of
Catalonia, Spain, National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA), France and
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway. For about 2.5
years, he was working under the Institute of Information Technology
Advancement (IITA) Professorship Program funded by the South Korean
Government. Before turning into a full time academic, he was working with
three International companies: Keppel Engineering, Singapore, Hyundai
Engineering, Korea and Ashok Leyland Ltd, India where he was involved in
different industrial research and development projects for nearly 8 years.
He received Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Monash University,
Australia and a Master of Science degree from Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore.

He serves the editorial board of several reputed International journals and
has also guest edited 30 special issues on various topics. He is actively
involved in the Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS); Intelligent Systems Design
and Applications (ISDA); Information Assurance and Security (IAS); and Next
Generation Web Services Practices (NWeSP) series of International
conferences, besides other conferences. He is a Senior Member of IEEE , IEEE
Systems Man and Cybernetics Society, IEEE Computer Society, IET (UK), IEAust
(Australia) etc.

For further information, visit:   **

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