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About the CIS UKRI Chapter


The UKRI chapter of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) endeavours to support the UKRI CI researcher community by bringing information and news about this exciting and advancing field of research which includes innovations in neural networks, fuzzy logic and evolutionary computation and applications of these technologies. The CIS UKRI chapter aims to develop the society, for the betterment of Computational Intelligence research in the UK and ROI and, in particular, to organize and support meetings, workshops and conferences.

If you would like to learn more about the chapter, provide your views on what the chapter could or should do for CI research in the UKRI region or would like to get actively involved in chapter activities and initiatives please contact any of the committee members. We are very keen to hear from you and would be very keen to develop the chapter so that all CIS members benefit and have support for initiatives and activities as well as attracting new members, so as to strengthen the CI research community in the UKRI, through facilitating better collaboration, interaction and research exploitation.

Time is difficult to find and an expensive commodity in today’s society and working environment, be it academia, research, industry, all or other, but we believe that investing time and effort in the chapter and obtaining guidance and feedback from CI researchers, the CIS UKRI chapter can be much better, much more useful to researchers in the region and can be meaningful commodity for UKRI CI researchers in the future.

You can help make the CIS better – please provide you opinions and send any information or news that you think is relevant for the society and perhaps should be made available to others in the region. We are particularly interested in local (R&D) news and R&D progress/successes in CI research.