Potential EANN series renaming
Dear colleagues of the EANN community,
You will be able to vote during registration and indicate your preference (keep the old name; move to the new name).
The EANN Organising Committee
Prof. John Macintyre
Pro Vice Chancellor at the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom
The Proceedings of the 22nd EANN 2021 will be published in the SPRINGER INNS (International Neural Networks Society) book series and INDEXED to the WEB OF SCIENCE and DBLP
For more information visit the following Springer Link:
BEST PAPER AWARDS
To be announced
We proudly announce that according to Springer’s statistics, the last 11 EANN conferences have been downloaded 607,000 times!!!
For more Bibliometric Details Please click … EANN BIBLIOMETRIC DETAILS
Update to the EANN/AIAI Community from the organisers
Dear colleagues/friends of the AIAI/EANN community,
Developments in the Covid-19 virus, have created a worldwide tragedy that we are watching on a daily basis hoping to end as soon as possible. After 17 years of holding AIAI and 22 of hodling EANN, very strong links have been developed with the members of our scientific community. In fact, we are all members of the EANN/AIAI Society, sharing our common scientific research interests/visions.
This has been proven very clearly in last year’s (2020) event, with the high volume of submissions despite the major challenges facing our societies.
We wish to thank you very much for that!!
Human health is the most important asset of all. We are interested in the health and wellbeing of all our community, under the challenging circumstances that we are all facing.
We hope that the crisis ends in due time (till end of June 2021) and to hold the conference in the arranged fantastic, real paradise venue.
No matter what happens, we have proven last year that we can organize the conferences interactively through the web, or in a hybrid mode.
For the 2021 events, if the virus is still present, we will keep both options open. The colleagues of our EANN/AIAI Society will be able to chose between live presentation from the venue and remote presentation using Webex platform.
The 22nd EANN/17th AIAI chairs
T U T O R I A L S
Prof. Vangelis Metsis
Details coming soon!
Utilizing Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) for AI acceleration without noticing it !
Prof. Yannis Papaefstathiou
Three years ago, in AIAI I have presented an overview of how the designers can utilize FPGAs in their embedded systems, through the use of High-Level-Synthesis (HLS) Tools. In this tutorial we will dive into the new development approaches that allow the designer to take full advantage of FPGAs, both in the Cloud and on the Edge, while barely noticing that their core processing is executed on reconfigurable logic. The new emerging design flow is based on seamlessly utilizing open-source accelerated libraries that are being optimized for execution on the new highly heterogeneous FPGA-based systems.
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Workshop on “AI Ethics”
The workshop on AI Ethics is organized by the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom. More information will follow shortly.
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