From: José Mira <email@example.com>
Dear participant in one or more of the previous IWANNs,
The acronym IWANN, now interpreted as "International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Nets", and with reference neither to natural neurons nor to the interplay between natural and artificial, stands under the care and control of prof. A. Prieto with a scope and orientation more conventional in the field of Artificial Neural Nets. Consequently, from now on I will not be concerned anymore with the scope, organization and management of the IWANN future events.
We, the General Chairman of the last four IWANNs and the organization
staff (Profs. J. R. Álvarez and F. de la Paz), as well as a relevant
part of the Scientific Committee, in particular those Scientists and
Engineers more interested in the interplay between biosciences and
computer sciences, have decided to organize a new event, also biennial,
under the name of IWINAC,
This new work-conference inherits the biological orientation and the focus on the interplay between the sciences of natural and computation that I wrote for the previous IWANNs. Additionally, we have expanded the scope of IWINAC to look for the interplay in each one of the three levels of description of a calculus (Knowledge, Symbols and Physical machines).
We thank you for your confidence with us and for your contribution to the success of the previous IWANNs. At the same time, if your research interest fits well with the scope and items of the new IWINAC, we will be pleased to hear from you again.
A preliminary version of our call for papers will be available soon in our web site, now moving from IWANN to IWINAC.
Dpto. Inteligencia Artificial Tel: (+34) 91-398-7155 ETSI Informática - UNED Fax: (+34) 91-398-8895 Juan del Rosal, 16 email: firstname.lastname@example.org E-28040 Madrid (Spain)
|Last update: January 2004|