INFOS 2009

Second International Conference on

Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems

June 22 - July 02, 2009, Varna (Bulgaria)
September 15-19, 2009, Rzeszˇw - Bieszczady (Poland)


Supported by
International Journal "Information Theories and Applications"«
International Journal "Information Technologies and Knowledge"«

General sponsor: FOI Bulgaria

Conference organizers

Rzeszow University of Technology (Poland)
Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA (Bulgaria)
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BAS (Bulgaria)
V.M.Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev (Ukraine)
Ben-Gurion University (Israel)
Hasselt University (Belgium)
University of Calgary (Canada)
University of Madrid (Spain)
Association of Developers and Users of Intelligent Systems (Ukraine)
Association for Development of the Information Society (Bulgaria)

Aims and Scope

The conference is devoted to current research and applications regarding the knowledge-based intelligent information and engineering systems.
The genesis of the concept of
Infos started from the understanding that often the concept "Intelligent Information Subject" is perceived as human characteristic. It is clear that in the nature there exist many natural and artificial creatures which may be classified to this category. To exclude the misunderstandings we decide to introduce new word to denote all possessors of the characteristics of the Intelligent Information Subjects. This word is "Infos".

Topics of interest

   Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  Theoretical foundations:

Cognitive Modeling,
DNA Computing,
Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary Computing,
Expert Systems,
Fuzzy Techniques and Systems,
Hybrid Intelligent Systems,
Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Systems,
Intelligent Information Retrieval,
Knowledge Acquisition.
Knowledge-Based Systems,
Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining,
Knowledge Representation and Management,
Natural Language Processing,
Neural Networks,
Machine Learning,
Planning and Scheduling,
Spatial and Temporal Reasoning,

  Intelligent Applications:

Bioinformatics using Intelligent and Machine Learning Techniques,
Business Intelligence Systems,
E-commerce/E-business and E-learning,
Engine Control and Vehicle Applications;
Fault Diagnosis,
Financial and Stock Market Monitoring and Prediction,
Image Processing,
Industrial Control and Monitoring,
Information Agents on the Internet,
Intelligent Natural Language Systems,
Intelligent Tutoring Systems,
Intelligent User Interfaces,
Intelligent Web Mining and Applications,
Machine and Computer Vision,
Medical and Diagnostic Systems,
Mobile Computing and Systems,
Multi-Media Intelligent Information Systems,
Speech Processing and Synthesis

Program Committee

Victor Gladun (Ukraine)
Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)
Galina Setlack (Poland)

Adil Timofeev (Russia)
Alexey Voloshyn (Ukraine)
Alfredo Milani (Italy)
Arkady Zakrevskij (Belarus)
Felix Stachowicz (Poland)
Ilia Mitov (Bulgaria)
Juan Penuella Castellanos (Spain)
Koen Vanhoof (Belgium)
Krassimira Ivanova (Bulgaria)
Levon Aslanyan (Armenia)
Luis Fernando de Mingo (Spain)
Martin Mintchev (Canada)
Peter Stanchev (USA)
Radoslav Pavlov (Bulgaria)
Sergey Krivii (Ukraine)
Vladimir Lovitskii (GB)
Vladimir Ryazanov (Russia)
Yuriy Zaichenko (Ukraine)


The official languages of the Conference are English and Russian.
Work language at the conference time is English.

Papers and Fees

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To see the deadlines, fees and rules for preparing the papers please click here.