ICOAI 2017

October 23-25, 2017 - Florence, Italy

Excellent Oral Presentation Award

Session 1

Toward a Complex System for Context Discovery To Index Arabic document
Presented by Mohamed Salim ELs BAZZI, University Ibn Zohr, Agadir, Morocco

Session 2

Pass Permission Interpretation at Urban Intersections for Automated Driving Systems 
Presented by David Perdomo, Volkswagen AG, Germany

Session 3 

Rough Fuzzy C-means and Particle Swarm Optimization Hybridized Method for Information Clustering Problem 
Presented byF. Cai, Leiden Unversity, The Netherlands 

Session 4

Phenotype prediction from gene expression data with deep multilayer perceptron and unsupervised pre-training
Presented by B. Hanczar, University Paris-Saclay, Univ. Evry, France


ICOAI 2016

December 8-11, 2016 - Limerick City, Ireland



Parts of participators were visiting University of Limerick.

Excellent Oral Presentation Award

How Human Inspired Learning enhances the Behavior of Autonomous Agents

Presented by Martin Fittner, from Institute of Computer Technology, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria



HIPR: An Architecture for Iterative Plan Repair in Hierarchical Multi-agent Systems
Presented by Swarup Kumar Mohalik, Ericsson Research, India


ICOAI 2015

Dec 10-11, 2015-Amsterdam, Netherlands

Best Presentation Award

Enhancement of H2S Gas Sweetening Separator Using MIMO Fuzzy Logic Controller

Presented by Muhammad Manar Ahmad S. Mahmoud, Al Hosn Gas Co., UAE

Enhancing Object Detection by using Probabilistic Spatial-Semantic Knowledge
Presented by Ronny Hartanto, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Parallelization Impact on Many-Objective Optimization for Space Trajectory Design
Presented by Martin Schlueter, Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan

ICOAI 2014

Dec 22-24, 2014-Barcelona, Spain

Best Presentation Award

Boosting the Efficiency of First-order Abductive Reasoning Using Pre-estimated Relatedness between Predicates
By Kazeto Yamamoto, Tohoku University, Japan

Design of Six Legged Spider Robot and Evolving Walking Algorithms
By Akif Durdu, Selcuk University, Turkey