27 th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Computational
Intelligence and Machine Learning will take place in Bruges, Belgium from
24 to 26 April 2019 .
This event builds upon a very successful series of conference organized
each year since 1993. ESANN has become a major scientific events in the
machine learning, computational intelligence and artificial neural networks
fields over the years.
The two main tracks are "Theory and methods", and "Information
processing and applications". See call for
papers for details. In addition, a number of special sessions will be organized,
on selected hot topics in the machine learning, computational intelligence and
artificial neural networks fields. See special sessions for details.
Bruges is one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Europe. Designated
as the "Venice of the North", the city has preserved all the
charms of the medieval heritage. Its centre, which is inscribed on the
Unesco World Heritage list, is in itself a real open air museum.
||Submission of papers:
|19 November 2018 26 November 2018
||Notification of acceptance:
31 January 2019
24 - 26 April 2019
The ESANN 2019 conference will be organized in a hotel located near the center (walking
distance) of the town. There is no obligation for participants to stay in
this hotel. See "hotels" for details. Location:
Contact and conference secretariat
B - 8000 Brugge
phone: + 32 50 33 75 33
fax: + 32 50 33 65 56
All questions concerning ESANN
2019 may be sent by e-mail (preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other contact addresses:
- For submissions of papers, reviews, registrations, etc.
- Conference secretariat (organization)
Univ. Cath. de Louvain - ICTEAM-ELEN - Machine Learning Group
3, pl. du Levant - B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve - Belgium
phone: +32 10 47 25 51 - fax: + 32 10 47 25 98
d-side conference services
24 av. L. Mommaerts - B-1140 Evere - Belgium
phone: + 32 2 730 06 11 - fax: + 32 2 730 06 00
Neurocomputing special issue
Selected papers from the ESANN 2019 will be published in a special issue of the Neurocomputing journal.
See past volumes of this journal for special issues with selected papers from past ESANN.