The new deadline for tutorial proposals is February 27, 2009.
Tutorials will be free to all registered FUZZ-IEEE 2009 participants.

The purpose for the tutorial session is to provide an excellent educational experience for those who are interested in the areas of Fuzzy Sets and Systems. Each tutorial presentation will be credited with $200 worth of compensation to be used to offset part of some expense: registration, hotel, ...

In addition, all tutorial speakers will be invited to a fine Korean BBQ.
Potential speakers should email a title, abstract, and short bio to the Tutorial Session Chair, Professor James Keller at KellerJ@missouri.edu.

 
Approved Tutorial List (Session Title and Organizers)
 
 

Please note that the tutorials are free to attend for conference registrants.
Tutorial slides will be offered at a later date to download from this web site and to bring to the conference.
There will be 2 simultaneous tutorials in the morning and 3 simultaneous tutorials in the afternoon.
There will be a 15 -20 minute coffee break in the middle of each morning and afternoon session.
The conference will offer the following 5 tutorials.


- Thursday August 20, 2009 -


Morning Session: 9:00 ~ 12:30


T1:
Evolutionary Multi-Objective Design of Fuzzy Rule-Based Systems

---Hisao Ishibuchi
---Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
---Rafael Alcala
---University of Granada, Spain


T2: Towards a Unified Framework for Intelligent Robotics

---Honghai Liu
---Institute of Industrial Research, University of Portsmouth
---Naoyuki Kubota
---Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan



Afternoon Session: 14:00 ~ 17:30


T3
: Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Type-2 Fuzzy Systems

---Jerry Mendel
---University of Southern California, USA
---Bob John
---De Montfort University, UK
---Hani Hagras
---University of Essex, UK


T4: Bacterial Algorithms in Building Fuzzy Models from I/O Data

---Laszlo T. Koczy
---Szechenyi Istvan University (SZE, Gyor) and
---Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) Hungary

T5: Lattice and Poset Valued Fuzzy Structures: >From Theory to Applications

---Branimir Seselja
---University of Novi Sad, Serbia
---Andreja Tepavcevic
---University of Novi Sad, Serbia