You are cordially invited to participate in 2021 North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society Annual Conference to be held at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA on June 7-9, 2021.
The aim of NAFIPS 2021 is to bring together researchers, engineers, and practitioners working in fuzzy logic and related areas to present their latest achievements and innovations. The meeting offers a unique platform for the exchange of ideas, discussion of thought-provoking developments and challenges, and consideration of potential future directions.
The scope of this conference covers all aspects of theory and applications in fuzzy systems, soft computing methods, and fuzzy information processing.
The conference will take place in an on-line setting. There will be no in-person events due to the ongoing COVID-19 concerns.
We strongly encourage students to submit papers under the mentorship of their faculty advisors. Special best paper awards will be presented at the conference banquet to recognize the accomplishments of students. To qualify, a student or a group of students must be the primary author(s) of the paper. The papers will be judged based on both manuscript content and presentation quality.
Authors should prepare a manuscript of no more than 12 pages, including results, figures, and references, using the Springer Verlag contributed book style in LaTeX (SVMult) or MS Word.
Authors should submit a PDF file through the EasyChair submission link. If accepted, the final version of the submission will include either the LaTeX source or MS Word, with all figures, and the generated PDF.
If the manuscript is meant for a special session, the title you enter into the EasyChair system must have the name of the special session at the beginning (session_title: paper_title). For instance, if you are submitting a paper entitled “An Image Processing Algorithm to Detect Defects in Optical Fibers” to a special session on “Image and Signal Processing”, the title you enter into the EasyChair system should be: “IMAGE AND SIGNAL PROCESSING: An Image Processing Algorithm to Detect Defects in Optical Fibers”. In addition, please submit your contribution to the organizer of the Special Session.
- Technical sponsor: North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society
- Proceedings: Proceedings will be published as a Springer volume
- Formatting instructions:
- Manuscripts should be prepared in Springer format
- Below you can find LaTeX and MS Word template files to help you with preparation of your manuscript.
- The conference proceedings will be available in SpringerLink
Please follow the link for the registration.
Student registration: $75
Regular registration: $200
Congratulations to the recipients of NAFIPS'21 paper awards:
Best paper awards:
- Bart Kosko "Uniform mixture convergence of continuously transformed fuzzy systems"
- Jozo Dujmovic and Daniel Tomasevich "COVID-19 Vaccination Priority Evaluation"
Outstanding Paper Awards:
- Kyle Dunlap, Kelly Cohen and Kerianne Hobbs "Comparing the Explainability and Performance of Reinforcement Learning and Genetic Fuzzy Systems for Safe Satellite Docking"
- Anoop Sathyan, Weihong Yuan, David Fleck, Scott Bonnette, Jed Diekfuss, Marissa Martis, Austin Gable, Gregory Myer, Mekibib Altaye, Jonathan Dudley, and Kelly Cohen "Genetic Fuzzy Methodology to Predict Time To Return To Play From Sports-Related Concussion"
- Christian Servin "Fuzzy Information Processing: Educational Perspective from the First Two-Years in Computing Curricula"
- Dennis Stuhlman "A Method to Optimize and Automate the Distribution of Radiology Studies"
Best student paper award:
- Michele Lopes, Francielle Santo Pedro, Laecio Barros, Estevao Esmi, and Daniel Sanchez "Use of t-norm in an epidemiological model for COVID-19"
Outstanding Student Paper Awards:
- Camilo Franco and Daniela Cadavid "Estimating fuzzy possibility functions for e-commerce decision support"
- Tatiana Ringenberg, Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar and Julia Rayz "Uncertainty to Avoid Entrapment: Comparing Internet Stings to Real Victim Conversations"
- Andrew Barth, Kelly Cohen, and Ou Ma "A Fuzzy Logic Approach for Spacecraft Landing Site Selection"
- Kanishka Misra and Julia Taylor Rayz "Finding Fuzziness in Neural Network Models of Language Processing"