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CALL FOR PAPERS
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES'2000
December 5-7, 2000
Belarus State Economic University
IN COOPERATION WITH
Belarussian Academy of Sciences
Technical University of Szczecin, ICS&IS (Poland)
International Informatization Academy
Fund of Fundamental Researches (Belarus)
Ministry of Education (Belarus)
State Supreme Accreditation Committee (Belarus)
The International Conference NITe is held once in every two years. The
previous Second (NITE-96) and The Third (NITE-98) International
Conferences were held at the Information Technologies Department of
State Economic University, Minsk, Belarus. These Conferences were
attended by delegates from 12 countries. This year Conference is aimed
to unite scientists from the East & West Europe together, especially
scientists in Computer Science, and to become a place of their
creative cooperation and information exchange.
The official Conference language is English.
The language of the Workshop will be Russian.
The Conference makes is focused on a wide range of applications of
computer systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
1. Artificial Intelligence Systems (*)
2. Evolutionary Algorithms and Their Applications
3. Fuzzy Logic and Its Applications
4. Logic Design
5. Mathematical & Computational Methods
6. Medical Applications of New Information Technologies
7. Modeling & Simulation
8. Neural Systems (*)
9. Telecommunications and Networking
Authors are invited to submit papers describing original work in one
of the above areas. The scope of NITe'2000 includes papers, panel
sessions and tools proposals in the areas of basic and applied
NITe'2000 organizers believe that contributions describing the latest
development and results of investigations will be presented in all of
the topics suggested.
Karseko R. (Belarus) - Chairman
Ablameyko S. (Belarus)
Bosnjak S. (Yugoslavia)
Grundler D. (Croatia)
Grzanka A. (Poland)
Luybarskii Y. (Norway)
Moraga C. (Germany)
Puuronen S. (Finland)
Reican B. (Slovakia)
Shmerko V. (Poland)
Soldek J. (Poland)
Yarmolik V. (Belarus)
Yanushkevich S. (Poland)
Zaitseva E. (Belarus)
Morozevich A. (Belarus) - Chairman
Levashenko V. (Belarus) - Vice Chairman
Doronin L. (Belarus)
Tsymbal A. (Finland)
Zhelezko B. (Belarus)
Submission of papers July 25,
2000 Notification of acceptance/rejection September 10, 2000
Payment November 1,
2000 Conference December
Registration fee for the participants is 150 USD.
Reduced Conference Fee (15 USD) is possible.
This Reduced Fee includes the Proceedings of the NITe-2000 and coffee
Depending on the final balance of the Conference, the Organising
Committee will grant an award to the author of the best paper
presented at NITe-2000.
Accommodation will be arranged at the request of participants
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT
The abstract should not exceed 200 words (not more than 2 pages),
including figures and text (typed with single spacing and Times New
Roman 12 point font, one column of A4 paper, with margins equal to 2.5
cm). A cover page must include: title, information about all authors
(names, complete mailing addresses, e-mail and fax).
Abstract (together with Registration Form) should be post-mailed or
e-mailed to the Conference address.
Authors will be informed about paper acceptance after reviewing.
All papers accepted by reviewers will be published in the Proceedings
of NITe'2000 Conference. Furthermore, some selected papers, in
extended form, will be considered to be published in a book or in an
Welcome to Minsk
Minsk is the capital of the Republic of Belarus.
The population of Minsk amounts to 1,800,000 inhabitants.
Minsk is major centre of industry, trade, culture and science of the
There are many higher educational institutions in Minsk such as State
University, Economic University, University of Informatics &
Radioelectronics, Politechnical Academy, Linguistic University,
Technological University, Medicine Academy etc.
The city has a number of cultural establishments such as Belarussian
Theatre, Opera House, Light Opera, Philharmonic Hall, State Circus,
variety of museums and Art galleries. Detailed information about Minsk
see at http://lighthouse.nsys.by:8101/minsk.htm
Belarus State Economic University
Belarus State Economic University is the leader University in Belarus
which trains specialists in the areas of economy and accounting,
management and finance, statistics, commerce and economic cybernetics
for all industries and all types of enterprises and organisations of
national economy. In 1993 the University celebrated its sixtieth
The number of day-time and part-time students (students from Europe,
Asia, Latin America and Africa are among them) exceeds 15,000. About
50 professors work at the University. The University maintains
academic links with institutions of higher learning from USA, Great
Britain, Austria, Germany, Poland, China, Spain and other countries.
The main trends of cooperation are as follows: exchange of tutors and
academicians to deliver lectures and conduct seminars; exchange of
teaching and methodological experience; joint investigation of
scientific problems of mutual interest; exchange of textbooks,
monographs and research papers; probation of lectures and
post-graduates and holding conferences and symposiums.
The University is founder of number of joint ventures and stock
companies. It is also a member of International Fund of University
Cooperation, the European Association of Economy & Industrial
See more detailed information about the University at
SECRETARIAT ADDRESS FOR CONTACTS
Dr. Prof. A.Morozevich
NITe-2000 Organizing Committee
Dept. of Information Technologies
State Economic University,
Partizan ave., 26
220672, Minsk, Belarus
Fax.: (372) + 172 +495-106
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