Conference Programme

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Plenary Lectures 

  1. Alexander Dockhorn (United Kingdom) and Rudolf Kruze (Germany)
    Forward Model Learning for Motion Control Tasks
  2. Nikola Kasabov (New Zealand)
    “Brain-Inspired Spiking Neural Network Architectures for Deep, Incremental Learning and Knowledge Evolution”
  3. Arthur Kordon (USA)
    “Applied Artificial Intelligence-Based Systems as Competitive Advantage”
  4. Tariq Samad (USA)
    “Control Systems — Concepts and Insights for Managerial Decision Making”
  5. Krassimir Atanassov (Bulgaria)
    “Intuitionistic Fuzzinsess and Modality”
  6. Janusz Kacprzyk (Poland)
    “Coping with hard decisions via decision aid, decision advice and decision support“
  7. Boris Stilman (USA)
    Discoveries – on Demand
  8. Angel P. del Pobil (Spain)
    Manual Robotic Intelligence -and the Success of Assistant Robots

General Sessions

Invited Sessions

Invited Session 1, presented by Professor David Sanders.  

Intelligent Assistive Technology / Powered Wheelchair Session
Introduction by the Session Chair – Dr Martin Langner (15 minute introduction)

1. Simple expert system for intelligent control and HCI for a wheelchair fitted with ultrasonic sensors. Professor David Sanders

2. Intelligent HCI and control for steering a powered wheelchair using a Raspberry Pi microcomputer.  Dr Malik Haddad (IEEE Member)

3. Steering direction for a powered-wheelchair using the Analytical Hierarchy Process.  Dr Malik Haddad

4. Analysis of reaction times and time-delays introduced into an intelligent HCI for a smart wheelchair.  Professor David Sanders

5. Initial results from using an intelligent system to analyse powered wheelchair users’ data. Dr Malik Haddad (IEEE Member)

6. Creation of a NFC reading system for university attendance monitoring with accessibility considerations for powered wheelchair users.  Dr Giles Tewkesbury


Invited Session 2, Chair – Professor  Lyubka Doukovska. Intelligent Agriculture

  1. „Making Optimal Intelligent Solutions with Risks in Transportations Networks for Haulage of Agricultural Products“. Acad. Prof. Vassil Sgurev
  2. „Recognition of Wheat Pests“. Professor Lyubka Doukovska.
  3. „Decision Making Model for Disruptive Technologies in Agriculture“. Professor Irina Radeva
  4. „ Architecture of Intelligent Guard System in the Virtual Physical Space “ . Professor Borislav Toskov et al. (BG)
  5. „Development of an Ontology in Plant Genetic Resources“. Professor Asya Stoyanova-Doycheva


Invited Session 3, Chair – Professor Radoslav Yoshinov.

Theory and Applications of Emerging Technologies

  1. Model of Adaptive Management of Personalized Notifications in Corporate Information Providing System
    Roman Iakovlev, Irina Vatamaniuk (RU)
  2. Personalization of User Interaction with Corporate Information Providing System Based on Analysis of User Preferences
    Irina Vatamaniuk, Roman Iakovlev (RU)
  3. Methods of Multimodal Data Fusion and Forming Latent Representation in the Human Aggression Recognition Task
    Mikhail Uzdiaev (RU)
  4. A Multilevel Intelligent Assistant for Multilevel Social Network Analysis
    Man Tianxing, Nataly Zhukova, Georgi Tsochev (RU)
  5. The Research on Intelligent DNS Security
    Georgi Tsochev, Radoslav Yoshinov (BG)
  6. Managing Pepper’s Ghost Illusion Using Intelligent Methods
    Toni Chehlarova, Koya Chehlarova (BG)
  7. Fog Oriented Model for Data Collection in the Networks of Mobile Devices
    Alexander Vodyaho et al. (RU)
  8. Quantum Algebraic Machine Learning
    Dmitrii Malov (RU)


Invited Session 4, Chair – Professor Sotir Sotirov.

Generalized Nets

  1. Generalized Net Model for Creating and Evaluating of Educational Content
    Anthony Shannon et al. (AU,BG,PL)
  2. Generalized Nets as Tools for Modelling of the Neural Networks
    Krassimir Atanassov, Sotir Sotirov (BG)
  3. Generalized Net Model of the Network for Automatic Turning and Setting the Lighting in the Room
    Tihomir Videv, Georgi Hristov, Boris Bozveliev (BG)
  4. Generalized Net Modeling of the Payment Process Workflow
    Boris Bozveliev, Tihomir Videv (BG)


Tutorial (from USA, 2 hours) “Implementing Intelligent Strategies in Real World Systems”

  • Part 1: “ From Ancient Warfare to Modern Adversarial Reasoning ”
  • Part 2: “ Turning University Research into the Real World Systems ”

Tutorial (from UK, 1 hour) “Foundations of Fuzzy Networks”

Tutorial (from USA, 2 Parts, 3 hours total): “Automating Discovery of Intelligent Strategies”

  • Part 1: “ Rediscovering Grammar of Shortest Trajectories ”
  • Part 2: “ Rediscovering No-Search Approach”

Poster Sessions

Poster papers by the registered authors from IEEE IS’20 will be published in full volume in IEEE Xplore.

The difference from GENERAL SESSION papers is in the form of presentation: please prepare a 8-max. 10-minute presentation video record in MP4 file. The presentations will be available before the poster session. The presenters will prepare to answer the questions at the session.

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