NAFIPS'21 will feature a number of student activities:
Best student paper competition: every first-author student is eligible to complete for the best student paper, evaluated both for written paper and presentation.
Explainable Fuzzy AI Challenge: more information can be found here. (Please note the timeline)
Congratulations to the recipients of NAFIPS'21student paper awards:
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"