18th International Conference on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets
May 10—11, 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria
10 January – 10 March 2014 — Submission of the draft versions of the papers
Aim and scope
The aim of the annual International Conference on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets (ICIFS) is to gather specialists interested in intuitionistic fuzziness, decision making under uncertainty, and other related topics, and to give them floor for discussions on both the theoretical and practical aspects of this relatively new area of fuzzy set theory. Since 2013, ICIFS is an EUSFLAT endorsed event.
- Download the Call for papers.
Conference Chairs and Committee
- Conference Chairs
- Program Committee
- Adrian Ban (Romania)
- Ranjit Biswas (India)
- Humberto Bustince (Spain)
- Oscar Castillo (Mexico)
- Panagiotis Chountas (UK)
- Elia El-Darzi (UK)
- Stefan Hadjitodorov (Bulgaria)
- Etienne Kerre (Belgium)
- Taekyun Kim (Korea)
- Vladik Kreinovich (USA)
- Patricia Melin (Mexico)
- Pedro Melo-Pinto (Portugal)
- Ketty Peeva (Bulgaria)
- Anthony Shannon (Australia)
- Eulalia Szmidt (Poland)
- Organizing Committee
Papers should not exceed 8 A4 pages, one column, single spaced, font Times New Roman, 12 pt. On the first page the authors should indicate their addresses and e-mails; an abstract, keywords and 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification code(s). Papers are peer reviewed by three independent reviewers.
All papers accepted for presentation at ICIFS'2014 will be included in a special issue of the journal "Notes on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets" (ISSN: 1310-4926) and available online (http://ifigenia.org/wiki/nifs).
Registration fee is EUR 200, for students and EUSFLAT members – EUR 150. The registration fee includes a copy of the Proceedings, beverages during the coffee breaks, a conference dinner and a trip outside Sofia. Registration fees will be collected by bank transfer and in cash during registration. Help for accommodation in the Hotel of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences can be provided, if requested.