IPSI-2007 TOKYO, University of Tokyo
May 31 (Participans Arrival Day) till June 6 (Departure Day), 2007.
The conference will be held at the University of Tokyo.
Details are given inside the VIP Forum Invitation Letter
Prof. Martin L. Perl, Nobel Laureate, Stanford University, USA,
"Discovery and Creativity in Science and Engineering:
Sometimes Easier, Sometimes Harder Than You Expect"
Dr. Linda Naimi, Purdue University, USA
"The Unintended Consequences of Technology Innovation: Bluetooth Technologies and Cultural Change"
Dr. Kazuhiko Nishi, JAPAN
"Issues of Importance of Computer Engineering"
Prof. Dr. Hirosato Nomura, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
"Related Information Acquisition from a Set of Documents
--- From Information Retrieval to Information Acquisition ---"
Dr. Peter H. Chang, Ph.D
Faculty of DMIT and MSIS Programs
University, Michigan, USA
"How to Solve It - Elements of Methods of Problem Solving."
VIP Forum Invitation Letter
Talented Students Forum Invitation Letter
General Conference Schedule
Who Talks When
Participants Pie Chart
All those who have attended an IPSI conference once, loved the
experience (both the professional program and the overall atmosphere),
and keep coming back! Check out "Impressions from the Past Conferences".
All topics covered directly or indirectly by current and future
DARPA projects are welcome!
All IPSI conferences are Multidisciplinary, Interdisciplinary,
and Transdisciplinary, along the lines of the most recent recommendations
of NSF and other US and EU research sponsoring agencies!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: PLEASE, READ CAREFULLY!
- Abstract due: March 20, 2007
(if absolutely necessary, a two-week delay can be tolerated)
- Full Paper due: April 20, 2007
(if absolutely necessary, a one-month delay can be tolerated)
- Acceptance notification: April 30, 2007
- Fee payment: May 10, 2007
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