Italy, Residential Course in Chengdu (China)

Rough sets: decision making, data mining, knowledge representation

when 21 August 2017 - 25 August 2017
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 ECTS
fee EUR 150

The second Summer School on Rough Sets is collaboratively organized by the Southwest
Jiaotong University, the University of Milano Bicocca and the University of
Leeds under the patronage of the International Rough Set Society. The school’s aim
is to introduce PhD students and researchers at the early stages of their career to
the Rough Set field. Rough Sets were introduced in the early ‘80s by Prof. Z. Pawlak
to deal with imperfect knowledge. Over the years, the subject has attracted many
researchers and practitioners, bringing in great developments both in theory and
application. They have found interaction with many other related disciplines. Thus,
the school is also of interest to those working in related disciplines, such as Decision
Making, Knowledge Representation, Data Mining and Big Data. The Program focuses
on in-depth theory along with practical application in each of the above-mentioned
discipline areas. Program methodology is highly participative, encouraging interaction
and communication between the participants and the faculty. There will be
ample time for discussion and informal meetings for exchange of knowledge and
information.

Course leader

Scientific committee: Davide Ciucci, University of Milano-Bicocca —Tianrui Li, Southwest
Jiaotong University, Chengdu — John Stell, University of Leeds
Organizing committee: Tianrui Li, Southwest Jiatong University, Chengdu — Hongmei
Chen, Southwest Ji

Target group

PhD Students, MSc students, Reasearchers at the early stage of their carreer

Course aim

The Program will cover the basics and theoretical aspects of rough sets as well as
its main application domains.
A total of seven 4-hour courses will be covered and a panel discussion will be organized.
Confirmed lectures are:
• Introduction to Rough Sets, Dominik Slezak, University of Warsaw (Poland)
• Rough Sets and Decision Making, Salvatore Greco Università di Catania (Italy)
• Rough Sets and Logic, Mohua Banerjee, Indian Institute of Technology (India)
• Rough sets and Big Data, Tianrui Li, Soutwest Jiaotong University - Chengdu (China)

Fee info

EUR 150: 150€ for UNIMIB, SWJTU PhD and Postdocs. Covers course activities, lunches and coffee breaks, welcome cocktail and
one banquet Flight and other living costs are not included
EUR 450: 450€ others; covers course activities, lunches and coffee breaks, welcome cocktail and
one banquet Flight and other living costs are not included