Following the tradition of the Joint Conference on Information Sciences, JCIS 2005 will continue to attract leading researchers and scientists from around the world to help stimulate, exchange, and discuss new ideas, new inventions, and new developments in their respective areas.

  JCIS 2005 will consist of 14 tracks as follows:

10th International Conference on Fuzzy Theory and Technology

8th International Conference on Computer Science and Informatics

7th International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Natural Computing

6th International Workshop on Frontiers in Evolutionary Algorithms

6th International Conference on Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Image Processing

6th International Symposium on Computational Biology and Genome Informatics

4th International Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia Computing and Networking

4th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Economics and Finance

3rd Symposium on Photonics, Networking and Computing

2nd International Workshop on Bio-Inspired Systems and Brain-Like Computer

1st International Workshop on Data Mining

1st International Symposium on Web Intelligence and Security, 2005

1st International Workshop on E-Service Intelligence

1st International Conference on Geometric Modeling, Visualization & Graphics

  We are pleased to announce that the following keynote speakers have agreed to participate in the conference, providing insightful views on their respective fields:

James Albus
National Institute of Standards and Technology

C.A. Coello Coello

Borko Furht
Florida Atlantic University

Ulrich Goesele
Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Germany

James Hendler
University of Maryland

Yu-Chi Ho
Harvard University

Thomas S. Huang
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

John Koza
Stanford University

Blake LeBaron
Brandeis University

Meyya Meyyappan

Andrzej Skowron
Warsaw University, Poland

Lotfi A. Zadeh
University of California, Berkeley


  JCIS 2005 will be held at the Salt Lake City Marriott City Center located in the spectacular and scenic Salt Lake City, Utah, host of the 2002 Winter Olympics. The city continues to attract tourists from around the world. Salt Lake is also headquarters to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and features numerous attractions focused on LDS history. Fifteen national parks and monuments are within a one-day drive of Salt Lake; twelve are located within Utah’s borders. These include Zion National Park and Arches National Park south of the city and the famous Yellowstone National Park to the northeast. A 30-minute drive north of the city will bring you to Antelope Island, the largest island in the Great Salt Lake, and home to a unique variety of wildlife. Park City, a charming artist community featuring numerous museums and arts shops and host to many Olympic events, is only 20 minutes away.

  You are invited to join JCIS 2005! We are confidant that you will find it one of the most fulfilling conferences of the year — both professionally and culturally. See you in Salt Lake City!


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