ESTYLF 2008 XIV Spanish Congress on technologies and fuzzy logic

28 September-1 October 2010

The SMPS 2010 aimed to provide a forum for researchers to present and discuss ideas, theories, and applications. The objective of the conference was to bring together experts representing current and novel approaches to soft probability and statistics. In particular, were welcome papers combining probability and statistics with fuzzy logic, applications of the Dempster-Shafer theory, possibility theory, generalized theories of uncertainty, generalized random elements, generalized probabilities, etc.



GEFS 2010 IV International Congress on Genetic and Evolutionary Fuzzy Systems

September 9-11, 2009

Soft Computing is a scientific field of new theories and methods (Fuzzy sets, Neural Networks, Genetic/Evolutionary Algorithms, Approximate Reasoning) that was very successful in technology in the last decades. In contrast, very little is known about former work and present activities about the use soft computing theories and methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences (philosophy, history, sociology, linguistic, economy, law, arts etc.).This first international seminar brought together international scientists working in disciplines of Humanities and Social Sciences to present, discuss and develop their work in connection with theories and methods of Soft Computing in their own disciplines. 

This event took place in the ECSC in Mieres being the starting point of a broader and finally world-wide development of this new topic, which would also serve to popularize Soft Computing in other academic fields

5th International Conference on Soft Methods in Probability and Statics

June 30th – July 3rd

The 16th World Congress of the International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) and the 9th Conference of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology (EUSFLAT) were jointly held by summer 2015 in Gijón, Asturias (Spain). The aim of this conference was to bring together researchers (both theoreticians and practitioners) all along the world working on fuzzy logic, fuzzy systems, soft computing and related areas. Thus, scientists, engineers, students, and professionals discussed, exchanged ideas, fostered interaction between industry and academy through building multidisciplinary linkages, and disseminated the most recent advancements in the field.

First International Seminar on Soft Computing in Humanities and Social Sciences

GEFS2010 was the fourth meeting of a successful series of events that aimed at fulfilling the needs of academics and professionals of computational intelligence. This edition followed the same lines of the previous conferences held in Granada (Spain) 2005, Ambleside (UK) 2007 and Witten - Bommerholz (Germany) 2008.

The main objective of GEFS2010 was to facilitate the dissemination of new problems, research lines, scientific results and future directions in the growing field of genetic and evolutionary fuzzy systems. GEFS2010 provided a great opportunity to meet with international experts, to make new contacts and to exchange ideas.

The GEFS series of workshops was jointly organized by the Evolutionary Fuzzy Systems Task Force of the Fuzzy System Technical Committee (IEEE Computational Intelligence Society) and by the Working Group on Genetic Fuzzy Systems of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technologies.

The workshop was technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS), the IEEE-SMC Society, the International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA), and the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technologies (EUSFLAT). Proceedings were published within the IEEE Publication Program and are thus listed in the IEEE Xplore database.

From 17 to September 19, 2008 was held in the coalfields of Asturias (Langreo-Mieres) the XIV Spanish Conference on Fuzzy Logic and Technology. Its main objective was the flow of knowledge between research groups and to promote cooperation between them to carry out future projects and research, in order to facilitate the transfer of results to industry and other sectors of society.

With this purpose, 120 representatives of leading research groups in artificial intelligence techniques in Spain met in Asturias for three days in. The conference included nine regular sessions on theory and applications of Fuzzy Logic (Fuzzy Logic), and 12 special sessions organized by leading researchers in their respective areas.