Welcome to UKCI 2015

The submission deadline for UKCI 2015 has been extended to 8th June 2015. In order to expedite the review process, a title and abstract must be submitted by 1st June.

The 15th UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence (UKCI 2015) will be held at the University of Exeter from 7th-9th September 2015. UKCI is the premier UK event for presenting leading research on all aspects of computational intelligence. The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum for the academic community and industry to share ideas about developing and using CI techniques and to exchange views and ideas.

The workshop will take place at the Innovation Centre, located on the University of Exeter's Streatham Campus, a short walk from the city of Exeter. The city offers excellent transport links, with easy access to the M5, two mainline railway stations, an international airport and nearby continental ferry links. Beyond the array of activities within the city, Exeter is close to the Jurassic Coast, the English Riviera, as well as Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks.

The workshop will retain the traditional UKCI format of a single track with special sessions. A meeting of the Natural Computing Applications Forum (NCAF) will run in conjunction with the workshop. We welcome proposals for special submissions; please email ukci2015@exeter.ac.uk by 28th February. Papers on topics in computational intelligence, interpreted broadly, are welcome; please see the call for papers.

Key note speakers


The draft programme with titles and abstracts is available.


We are pleased to announce that prizes will be awarded for the best student paper (sponsored by the Met Office), as well as for the best applications paper (sponsored by NCAF).


We are pleased to announce that student bursaries are sponsored by the BCS and NCAF.

Important Dates

For further information contact the general chair, Richard Everson. We look forward to welcoming you to Devon in 2015.

Photographs: "Cafes - Exeter Cathedral Yard Alfresco" and "Jurassic Coast 21" © Tony Howell

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