Joint Conference on
Neural Networks 2005
31-August 4, 2005
Montreal Bonaventure Hotel
IJCNN 2005 will host exhibits-demonstration
Submission is in two tiers: demos requiring space in the CDROM proceedings will have to be submitted
by an earlier deadline. Demos submitted afterwards will be allotted no space
in the CDROM Proceedings. Each demo proposal will be reviewed for content
and appropriateness; acceptance will be notified to the authors according
to the schedule of dates below.
The goal of the IJCNN 2005 exhibits-demonstration sessions is two
First, it is to allow researchers from the computational intelligence community to demonstrate working systems
in a three-day environment that allows conference participants to view them
first hand in a manner not possible in a technical talk or poster
session alone. Proposals for demonstrations are requested from anyone
in the computational intelligence community, including researchers, academic
institutions and industry.
Second, it is provide marketing companies the opportunity to market
their products and services in front of many participants of the
Demonstrations submitted before February 28, 2005 will be allotted
space in the CDROM proceedings for a cover paper and supporting
media (such as video/code). Demonstrations submitted
after February but before May 15, 2005 will not be given space in the proceedings.
|Submit the following to the Exhibits Chair (see below):
- Title of the demo or exposition
- Author(s) or Company(ies) name(s)
- Contact information (name, e-mail, phone, fax)
- A PDF document with the description of your
NB: The marketing exhibitors may submit one page memo document, other
authors are encouraged to submit an extended abstract or a full
size paper (6 pages maximum) following the IJCNN'05
- Equipment brought by authors. - Exhibitors are assumed to bring
their own computers, such as desktops and laptops.
NB: You are encouraged to bring as much
of your own equipment as possible.
- Equipment/resource requested from IJCNN 2005. This may include
amount of space and number of power outlets.
- (optional) Video clips (MPEG or QuickTime) that support your
proposal (instructions for upload will be available soon).
NB: total size of electronic submission (paper plus supporting
media, such as AVI) should not exceed 2 Mb, with 2.5Mb absolute
We suggest that participants bring a poster to the session to support
|PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE (with space in CDROM proceedings)
||Feb. 28, 2005
|Notification of authors submitting by first deadline
||March 15, 2005
|CDROM-ready material for authors submitting
by first deadline
||March 30, 2005
|SECOND DEADLINE (without proceedings space)
||May 15, 2005
|Notification of authors submitting by second
||May 30, 2005
Institute for Information Technology
National Research Council of Canada
M-50 Montreal Rd
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0R6, Canada
Fax: 1 (613) 952-0215
Tel: 1 (613) 998-5298
|The exhibitors will be required to pay the registration fee of USD
750. For this fee each exhibitor will have the 8'-by-10' booth and
three days worth of publicity.- The exhibitions/demos sessions are
open to all attendees of the conference and we expect at least 700
|Misé à jour: 23.VIII.2004.