About EANN 2013

Sponsored by Springer and by INNS International Neural Network Society EANN Special Interest Group.

Since the first conference in 1995, EANN has provided a great discussion forum on engineering applications of neural networks and related artificial intelligence technologies.

EANN promotes the use of neural networks and associated techniques where significant benefits can be derived from their use. The conference is not only for reporting advances in techniques, but also for showing how neural networks provide practical solutions in a wide range of applications. Novel, innovative applications and methods are particularly appreciated.

The conference attracts between 50 and 100 engineers, researchers, academics and managers from universities, research centres and industry. Papers are presented orally and not more than 2 sessions are held simultaneously in order to offer a real forum for discussion. Submissions are welcome from all fields of informatics and engineering and some special sessions, dedicated to these different fields, are organised.

Both theoretical and practical work should be submitted, but the authors are encouraged to focus their paper on the presentation of an application featuring experimental results on real world data. There will be an exhibition of software and products from researchers and companies, and submissions of proposals for exhibits are welcome.

The event will be hosted in the beautiful and exotic Greek peninsula of "Sithonia" in the area of Halkidiki with the crystal blue sea waters and the fantastic beaches. Less than an hour from the International airport of Thessaloniki it is a green paradise of pine tree forests and gorgeous beaches with 5 start luxurious Hotels. There will be three FREE buses waiting for the participants in the airport of Thessaloniki to transfer them to the venue, during the first day.

The conference will be held in the premises of the famous 5 star ATHINA PALLAS VILLAGE Hotel http://www.athena-pallas.gr which are located 9 Km from Marmaras village of Sithonia Peninsula in Halkidiki.