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22nd Czech-Japan Seminar on Data Analysis and Decision Making


Czech-Japan Seminars on Data Analysis and Decision Making under Uncertainty originated by the two meetings that were held in Ishikawa and Čeladná in 1999. These meetings were financially supported by an international collaborative research project between the Czech Republic and Japan. The initial meetings were quite successful both in producing new results in the area of data analysis and decision making under uncertainty and in putting together an international group of researchers ready for mutual research cooperation. This group keeps the seminars alive since then by organizing them in an alternating manner in the Czech Republic and Japan every year.

In 2019, the seminar is organized by Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and Faculty of Management, University of Economics, Prague. The seminar will be held in Nový Světlov - beautiful spa town situated in Eastern Moravia, on a border with Slovakia.

We invite submission of papers on (but not limited to) information science, operations research, management science, stochastic analysis, fuzzy analysis, mathematical programming, discrete optimization, constraint programming, planning, and related fields.

Programme committee
  • Radim Jiroušek (Czech Republic) - chair
  • Masahiro Inuiguchi (Japan) - chair
  • Ondřej Čepek (Czech Republic)
  • Martin Gavalec (Czech Republic)
  • Takeshi Itoh (Japan)
  • Vilém Novák (Czech Republic)
  • Irina Perfilieva (Czech Republic)
  • Jaroslav Ramík (Czech Republic)
  • Shogo Shiode (Japan)
  • Shao Chin Sung (Japan)
  • Jiřina Vejnarová (Czech Republic)
  • Milan Vlach (Czech Republic)
Organizing committee
  • Václav Kratochvíl - chair
  • Vladislav Bína
  • Radim Jiroušek
  • Lucie Váchová

More about the seminar can be found on its website.

01.07.2019 - 10:44