Call for Papers
IEEE WCCI Special Session –
“Computational Intelligence in Finance, Economics and Management Sciences’’ (CIFEMS)
June 10-15 @ International Conventions Center, Brisbane, Augstralia
In this forthcoming WCCI’2012, the Computational Finance and Economics Technical Committee (CFETC) with its six constituents (task forces) will jointly organize a special session on “Computational Intelligence in Finance, Economics and Management Sciences’’ (CIFEMS). The aim of the event is to facilitate, stimulate, and inspire dialogue among researchers and practitioners working on this area.
Aims and Scopes
The topics of interest for the session approximately correspond to the six task forces under CFETC:
Agent-base Computational Economics
Advanced Algorithmic Trading
Business Intelligence & Knowledge Management
Behavioral Analysis and Decision Support
In addition to finance and economics, we also include management sciences by noticing that tremendous applications have been employed in marketing, accounting, management of information systems, human resources, and organization and leadership. Anything not mentioned above, but related to computational finance, economics or management science in a general sense, is also welcome.
On the instrumental side, we are also open to the various application tools. In addition to fuzzy logic, neural networks and evolutionary computation, other related and novel techniques which can contribute to computational finance, economics and management sciences are also welcome.
All the contributions should be prepared and submitted according to the instructions provided in IEEE WCCI 2012 website http://www.ieee-wcci2012.org/.
Paper Submission deadline: December 19, 2012
Final paper submission deadline: April 2, 2012
Early registration: April 2, 2012
Conference Dates: June 10-15, 2012
Shu-Heng Chen, National Chengchi University ([log in to unmask] om)
Xuezhong (Tony) He, University of Technology, Sydney ([log in to unmask])
David Quintana, Carlos III University of Madrid ([log in to unmask])
Dirk Van den Poel, Ghent University ([log in to unmask])
Wei Zhang, Tianjin University ([log in to unmask])