Rakesh Agrawal is one of most influential computer scientists, the author of seminal papers in the field of data mining and databases. His work created a base for such products as IBM’s Intelligent Miner, DB2 Mining Extender, DB2 OLAP Server and WebSphere Commerce Server, along with Srikant he proposed one of the most popular database algorithms, AProri.His reserch is incorporated into Microsoft’s Bing search engine. His papers are the best two cited papers in the field of data mining and databases. He is socially oriented, working for President of India and National Academy of Sciences on teaching strategies, textbooks and on databases for voter registration, in order to improve the society and people’s living. Currently, he is CEO of Data Insights Labs in San Jose CA, USA.
Guoyin Wang is currently a professor in Department of Computer Science of the Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications where he serves also as the Dean of the College of Computer Science and Technology. He also serves as a part-time professor at a number of other Chinese universities notably Xi’an Jiaotong, Southwest Jiaotong and Shanghai Jiaotong universities. Professor Wang is very active in rough set organizational life being for last few years the President of International Rough Set Society. He is a very active researcher having to his credit many valuable results in rough set theory, data mining, machine learning, knowledge technology, cognitive computing. He authored 3 books and over 200 research papers, and served and serves on editorial boards of a number of scientific journals.
Eric Matson is a professor at Purdue University, IN, USA. His interests encompass multi-agent systems and robotic systems. He is the co-founder of M2M Lab which he manages and in which the research is carried in Cyber-Physical Systems, Embedded Intelliigence, Autonomous Robotics, Wireless Networking, Multiagent Systems and Agent Organizations, Electric Vehicles and Smart Grid Technologies, and, Technology Integration and Commercialization. He was a visiting professor at some overseas universities, notably in Korea. He is also involved in STEM activities supporting interest in science among schoolers.
Grzegorz Rozenberg is a Dutch-Polish computer scientist, a graduate of Warsaw University of Technology, known for his work in areas of formal languages, automata theory, concurrent systems, graph transformations, and in the area of natural computing, which name he proposed. He is a professor at Leiden University, Holland, and at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He has published over 500 research papers and 6 books, co-edited over 100 books, and co-edited 4 Handbooks: on Formal Languages and Automata, Graph Transformations, Membrane Computing, and Natural Computing (published by Springer Verlag, Oxford U. Press and World Scientific). He is an illusionist performing under an artist name Bolgani and a recognized expert in the paintings by Jheronimus Bosch.
Dr. Jan Komorowski is Professor and Chair of Bioinformatics at the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Uppsala University, one of the top Life Science institutions. He graduated in Computer Science from University of Warsaw and received his PhD at Linköping University with Prof. Erik Sandewall. He served as Assistant Professor at Harvard University and Adjunct Professor at MIT from 1982-1986. His research contributions span almost the entire field of pan-omics. He has contributed to The Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project and is presently a member of the multi-national Pan-cancer initiative. Dr. Komorowski has contributed to the development of rough set applications. In collaboration with Professors Lech Polkowski and Andrzej Skowron and their colleagues he developed the ROSETTA rough set system and co-authored the rough set tutorial that has been cited almost 1000 times. His recent research contributions include the construction of a complete map of potential pathogenicity markers of the avian influenza virus and the discovery of mutational burden for the CTCF transcription factor motif in gastro-intestinal cancers. He has introduced the notion of rule networks based on rough set models. Dr. Komorowski is also Visiting Professor at the Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, where he leads the Computational Biology group.
IJCRS conference series is encompassing topics of former rough set conferences: RSKT (Rough Sets and Knowledge Technology), RSCTC (Rough Sets and Current Trends in Computing), RSFDGrC (Rough Sets and Granular Computing), RSEISP (Rough Sets and Intelligent Systems) and its scope contains Knowledge Engineering, Data Mining, Granular Computing, Intelligent Systems, Natural Computing, Rough Mereology and Rough Sets proper and in hybrid systems.
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|March 28 2017||Final Extension of deadline for submitting 10-20 page regular conference papers|
|March 28, 2017||Extended deadline for submitting 6-8 page short papers|
|Between March 30 and April 15 depending on the submission date||Notification of acceptance for 10-20 page regular conference papers and 6-8 page long short papers|
|Between April 10 and April 20 depending on the notification date but not after April 25||Deadline for submitting camera-ready accepted regular conference papers 10-20 page long and 6-8 short papers|