Confernce chairs

General Chairs

Khaled El-Metwally (Egypt)

Quanmin Zhu (UK)

Organizing Chairs

Hassen Dorrah (Egypt)

Said Megahed (Egypt)

Ahmad Taher Azar (Egypt)

Hosam AbdelFattah (Egypt)

International Program Committee Chairs

Shaoyuan Li (China)

Advisory Committee

Nabil Derbel (Chair, Tunisia)

Ahmed Darwish(IEEE,Egypt)

AAbdel-Latif Elshafei (Egypt)

Osama AboElHaggag(Egypt)

Luis Antonio Aguirre (Brazil)

Giuseppe Fusco (Italy)

Fotios N. Koumboulis (Greece)

Shaoyuan Li (China)

Faysal Mnif (Oman)

Marek Pawelczyk (Poland)

Yongji Wang (China)

Maarouf Saad (Canada)

Publicity Chairs

Ahmed Bahgat, (Egypt)

Mohamed Saker, (Egypt)

Publications Chairs

Hassan Rashad (Egypt)

Ahmed Ibrahim (Egypt)

Special Sessions Chairs

Mohamed Shawki (Egypt)

Finance Chairs

Ahmed Kamel (Egypt)

Mohamed Mostafa ((Egypt)

Registration Chairs

Mohamed Shawki (Egypt)

Student Activities Chairs

Emam Fathy (Egypt)

Mohamed Ebrahim(Egypt)

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Keynote Speakers

  • Deadline for workshop and session proposal :
    January 30, 2013 March 31, 2013

    Deadline for Paper submission:
    May 04, 2013

    Workshop and session proposal acceptance
    February 28, 2013 April 7, 2013

    Notification of acceptance
    : June 07, 2013

    Submission of camera-ready:
    June 30, 2013

    Early Registration Deadline:
    July 1st, 2013

Contact Infoo
The 5th International Conference on Modeling, Identification and Control (ICMIC2013)
The 5th International Conference on Modeling, Identification and Control (ICMIC2013).

Contact Address
ICMIC 2013 Conference Secretariat

Electrical Power and Machines Department - Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Egypt, Giza, 12613


Phone: +202 35678868
Fax:     +202 35723486

Session Chair
Ahmad Taher Azar, PhD
Faculty of Engineering,
Assistant Professor, Misr University for Science & Technology (MUST), 6th of October City, Egypt.
Scientific Research Group in Egypt (SRGE) 

Session Co-Chair

Mohamed Mustafa Hassan, PhD 
Professor, Elec. Power & Machines Dept. Cairo University, Giza, Egypt 


The aim of this special session is to present the state-of-the-art results in the area of Computational intelligence. Computational intelligence (CI) is an offshoot of artificial intelligence. As an alternative to classical artificial intelligence it rather relies on heuristic algorithms such as in fuzzy systems, neural networks and evolutionary computation. In addition, computational intelligence also embraces techniques that use Swarm intelligence, Fractals and Chaos Theory, Artificial immune systems, Wavelets, etc. Computational intelligence combines elements of learning, adaptation, evolution and Fuzzy logic (fuzzy sets) to create programs that are, in some sense, intelligent. Computational intelligence research does not reject statistical methods, but often gives a complementary view (as is the case with fuzzy systems). Artificial neural networks is a branch of computational intelligence that is closely related to machine learning. Computational intelligence is further closely associated with soft computing, connectionist systems and cybernetics. On the other hand, accuracy and uncertainty issues as well as suited data acquisition systems must be carefully considered in these applications since the quality of the solution greatly relies on them. This special session aims to provide an opportunity for international researchers to share and review recent advances in the foundations, integration architectures and applications of Computational intelligence.


Subject Coverage (not limited to)

  • Artificial neural networks

  • Fuzzy logic

  • Neuro-fuzzy approaches

  • Neural and fuzzy signal/image processing for industrial and environmental applications

  • Accuracy and precision of neural and fuzzy components

  • Intelligent monitoring and control systems

  • Evolutionary monitoring and control

  • Soft-computing technologies for robotics and vision

  • Soft computing technologies for medical and bioengineering applications

  • Application of soft computing techniques to clinical decision making

  • Hybrid systems

  • Biomedical modeling

  • Biomedical imaging, Pattern Recognition and Visualization

  • Bioinformatics and computational biology

  • Computer-aided Surgery

  • Healthcare information systems

  • Medical Robotics

  • Computer-based systems for diagnosing diseases

  • Biomechanics and Artificial organs

  • Hardware implementation of neural and fuzzy systems for measurements

  • Neural, fuzzy and genetic/evolutionary algorithms for system optimization and calibration

  • Reliability of fuzzy and neural components

  • Computational Intelligence in ubiquitous applications

  • The "Big Data" streams and Computational Intelligence

  • Computational Intelligence for cloud computing applications

  • Computational Intelligence in Wireless Sensor Networks