Report from WSEAS Conferences
MATH'04, IMCCAS'04, ISA'04 and SOSM'04 (Miami, USA, April 21-23 2004)
5th WSEAS Int. Conf. on APPLIED MATHEMATICS (MATH 2004),
(CHAIR: Prof. Ralph W. Oberste-Vorth, Head of the
Division of Mathematics & Applied Science, Marshall University, One John
Marshall Drive, Huntington WV 25755, USA), the
4th WSEAS Int. Conf. on INSTRUME-NTATION, MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, CIRCUITS and
SYSTEMS (IMCCAS 2004), (CHAIR FOR CIRCUITS
and SYSTEMS: Prof. George Antoniou, Montclair State University, Computer Science
Department, New Jersey, USA. CHAIR FOR INSTRUMENTATION, MEASUREMENT and CONTROL:
Prof. Kang Yen Professor & Chairperson, Department of Electrical & Computer
Engineering, Florida International University, 10555 W. Flagler St., (EAS-3984),
Miami FL 33174, USA), the 4th WSEAS Int.
Conf. on INFORMATION SCIENCE, COMMUNICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS (ISA 2004)
( CHAIR: Prof. Amaury C. Caballero, Ph.D.,
P.E., Florida International University, College of Engineering, Miami, Florida,
USA) as well as the 4th WSEAS Int. Conf. on
SOFT COMPUTING, OPTIMIZATION, SIMULATION & MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (SOSM 2004)
(CHAIR: Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh, Professor in the
Graduate School, Computer Science Division Department of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720 -1776,
Director, Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (BISC), USA)
were held in Miami from April 21-23, 2004 with great success.
It was a cross-disciplinary multiconference of our society with several new
ideas, important contributions and high level discussions among famous
scientists from all over the world.
The father and creator of Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Systems' Science and
Technology, Prof. Lotfi Zadeh, Life Fellow member of WSEAS (from the conference
of 2002 in Mexico) was for third time honorary personality in a WSEAS
Conference. The previous two ones were in Athens in 1999 and in Cancun in 2002.
Prof. Zadeh presented an impressive plenary lecture
(130 pages). Download it from
papers (after strict selection) were also published in the WSEAS Trans. on
SYSTEMS, Issue 2, Vol. 3, April 2004. This great special issue will be a
valuable source of knowledge and inspiration for future research in every branch
of computational intelligence.
An excellent banquet with a richest buffet and a great Polynesian Show
with many dancers and wizards as well as many wonderful excursion in Orlando
and Florida Keys completed the success of the social part of this
great WSEAS multiconference.
Wizard in the Polynesian Show
Men and Women dancing original polynesian dances
Other Polynesian Dances
Impressive Polynesian Rythms and Dances
Prof. Antoniou, Prof. Gonos, Prof. Manikopoulos