In the past years Computational Intelligence has become one of the main research topics at the Széchenyi István University. The first six Győr Symposia on Computational Intelligence were successfully organized from 2008 to 2014. The seventh Győr Symposium on Computational Intelligence was jointly held with the fourth International Workshop on Mathematics and Soft Computing and it was called the 7th European Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Mathematics (ESCIM 2015).

Today, after the virtual edition of 2020 (escim2020.uca.es), we welcome you for the 13th European Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Mathematics in Budapest, the capital of Hungary and chosen as the best European Destination in 2019. The location has been changed but preserves the philosophy of the past Györ Symposia. That is, bringing together scientists and engineers working in the field of computational intelligence and connecting areas like smart offices.

Moreover, in this edition as in the previous one, ESCIM2021 will organize a workshop on the topic of the COST Action: DIGital FORensics: evidence Analysis via intelligent Systems and Practices – CA17124 (DigForASP). Specific papers on the development and application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automatic Reasoning (AR) tools to Digital Forensic will be presented. For more information about the Action, visit the webpage: digforasp.uca.es

Budapest in three minutes.


History of ESCIM

The European Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Mathematics (ESCIM) has been organized every years since 2015, aimed at bringing together scientists working on Computational Intelligence, mathematics and related areas.

You can see below the websites of the previous editions of ESCIM:

– Virtual Edition, ESCIM2020

-Toledo, Spain, ESCIM2019

– Riga, Latvia, ESCIM 2018

– Faro, Portugal. ESCIM 2017

– Sofia, Bulgaria. ESCIM 2016

– Cádiz, Spain. ESCIM 2015

More information is available in the official webpage of the conference: ESCIM