CIFEr 2012 Students Information
The IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) Travel Grants Program offers a very limited number of travel grants to assist IEEE CIS student members and members from developing countries for presenting papers at IEEE CIS-sponsored conference. The applications must have both IEEE and IEEE CIS memberships. Past history of the IEEE CIS travel grants, as well as more information, can be viewed at the travel grants webpage.
To apply for the support one must first register in the Grant Application System. Submissions are to be entered into the Grant Application system. Paper and email applications will not be accepted.
Only complete applications from eligible student members and members will be accepted. Please, note that there is no need to send proof of IEEE and IEEE CIS membership as membership will be verified through the IEEE member databases.
The student applicants will be required to present proof of university attendance documentation at the conference (this is not a student card; please see the website for details).
Travel grant amounts have not been determined yet. See previous travel grant results for an indication of possible travel grant amounts.
The program favors researchers from developing countries submitting high quality papers.
Important dates: (the dates were extended due to technical difficulties in the IEEE Grant Application System)
Feb 6thFeb 11th 2012
- Review of applications:
Feb 7th - Feb 15thFeb 12th - Feb 20th 2012 (tentative)
- Notification of acceptance:
Feb 16thFeb 22th 2012 (tentative)
Best Student Paper Award
CIFEr 2012 will have best student paper award at the end of the conference. Every student author will have an opportunity to compete for this award -- the competition is open to all student authors whether or not they are IEEE/CIS student members. To be qualified for student competition the student has to be the principal contributor of the paper and present it during CIFEr 2012.
The student authors of papers who would like to be considered for the Best Student Paper award apply by email to the program committee please email the publication chair (Adam Chandar) or program chair (Robert Golan). Organizing Committee information.
Best Student Paper Award
Matthew Butler and Dimitar Kazakov "Testing Implications of the Adaptive Market Hypothesis via Computational Intelligence"
Steve Yang, Mark Paddrik, Roy Hayes, Andrew Todd, Andrei Kirilenko, Peter Beling and William Scherer "Behavior Based Learning in Identifying High Frequency Trading Strategies"
Rui Jorge Almeida, Nalan Basturk, Uzay Kaymak and Viorel Milea "A Multi-Covariate Semi-Parametric Conditional Volatility Model Using Probabilistic Fuzzy Systems"