• IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems

    Royal-Continental Hotel

    July 9-12, 2017 · Naples, Italy

  • Call for Papers

    Deadline for Paper Submission: January 25, 2017 February 10, 2017

  • Prepare yourself in facing future research challenges in Fuzzy Logic

    Attend FUZZ-IEEE 2017 Special Sessions, Tutorials and Plenary Talks

  • We would like to thank our Sponsors for FUZZ-IEEE 2017




The paper submission system is open!
New submission deadline: February 10, 2017!

FUZZ-IEEE is the top leading conference
in the area of theory and applications of fuzzy logic.

The conference will include regular oral and poster presentations, tutorials, panels and world-class keynotes.

Conference Committee

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On behalf of the Fuzz-IEEE 2017 Organizing Committee, it is our greatest pleasure to invite you to the 2017 IEEE Conference on Fuzzy Systems which will be held in the magnificent city of Naples, Italy.

Giovanni Acampora
General Chair

University of Naples Federico II

Bruno Siciliano
General Co-Chair

University of Naples Federico II

Hani Hagras
Program Chair

University of Essex
United Kingdom

Francisco Herrera
Program Co-Chair

University of Granada

Napoli has the largest historical city center in Europe, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In the immediate vicinity of Naples are numerous culturally and historically significant sites, including the Royal Palace of Caserta and the Roman ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Culinarily, Naples is synonymous with pizza, which originated in the city. Neapolitan music has furthermore been highly influential, and it had an important and vibrant role over the centuries not just in the music of Italy, but in the general history of western European musical traditions. Around Naples are located some of the most beautiful seaside towns of the world such as Capri, Ischia, Sorrento and the Amalfi coast.

Naples hosts the University Federico II, founded by emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Frederick II on 5 June 1224, the most ancient state-supported institution of higher education and research in the world.

In 2019 Universiade, the most important multi-sport event organised for university athletes, will be held in Naples (Click Here to open video in a new window).

Conference Topics

FUZZ-IEEE 2017 will represent a unique meeting point for scientists and engineers, both from academia and industry, to interact and discuss the latest enhancements and innovations in the field. The topics of the conference will cover all the aspects of theory and applications of fuzzy logic and its hybridisations with other artificial and computational intelligence techniques. In particular, FUZZ-IEEE 2017 topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Mathematical and theoretical foundations of fuzzy sets, fuzzy measures and fuzzy integrals
  • Fuzzy control, robotics, sensors, fuzzy hardware and architectures
  • Fuzzy data analysis, fuzzy clustering, classification and pattern recognition
  • Type-2 fuzzy sets, computing with words and granular computing
  • Fuzzy systems with big data and cloud computing, fuzzy analytics and visualization
  • Fuzzy systems design and optimization
  • Fuzzy decision analysis, multi-criteria decision making and decision support
  • Fuzzy logic and its applications in Industrial Engineering
  • Fuzzy modelling, identification and fault detection
  • Fuzzy information processing, information extraction and fusion
  • Fuzzy web engineering, information retrieval, text mining and social network analysis
  • Knowledge discovery, learning, reasoning and knowledge representation
  • Fuzzy image, speech and signal processing, vision and multimedia data
  • Fuzzy databases and information retrieval
  • Rough sets, imprecise probabilities, possibilities approaches
  • Industrial, financial, and medical applications
  • Fuzzy logic applications in civil engineering, geographical information systems
  • Fuzzy sets and soft computing in social sciences
  • Linguistic summarization, natural language processing
  • Computational Intelligence in security systems
  • Hardware/Software for fuzzy systems
  • Fuzzy Markup Language and standard technologies for fuzzy systems
  • Adaptive, hierarchical and hybrid (neuro- and evolutionary-) fuzzy systems


FUZZ-IEEE 2017 is financially sponsored by:


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Enjoy FUZZ-IEEE 2017 · Enjoy Naples

Prof. Giovanni Acampora is Associate Professor in Artificial Intelligence at the University of Naples Federico II. Previously, he was Reader in Computational Intelligence (Sept 2012-Jun 2016) at the School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, U.K. From July 2011 to August 2012, he was in a Hoofddocent Tenure Track in Process Intelligence with the School of Industrial Engineering, Information Systems, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, the Netherlands. He designed and developed the fuzzy markup language, an XML-based environment for modeling fuzzy systems in human-readable and hardware independent way. His main research interests include computational intelligence, fuzzy modeling, evolutionary computation, and ambient intelligence. Dr. Acampora was a Secretary and Treasurer of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (IEEE CIS) Italian Chapter (2010–2012). He chaired the IEEE CIS Standards Committee (2011–2013, 2014-Present). He is the Chair of IEEE-SA 1855WG, the working group that has published the first IEEE standard in the area of fuzzy logic. As a result of this activity, he got a prestigious IEEE-SA Emerging Technology Award. He serves as an Associate Editor of Springer Soft Computing and an Editorial Board Member of Springer Memetic Computing, and Elsevier Heliyon and Inderscience International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communication Systems, and IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems.
Prof. Francisco Herrera (SM'15) received his M.Sc. in Mathematics in 1988 and Ph.D. in Mathematics in 1991, both from the University of Granada, Spain. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Granada. He has been the supervisor of 38 Ph.D. students. He has published more than 300 journal papers that have received more than 46000 citations (Scholar Google, H-index 109). He is co-author of the books "Genetic Fuzzy Systems" (World Scientific, 2001) and "Data Preprocessing in Data Mining" (Springer, 2015), "The 2-tuple Linguistic Model. Computing with Words in Decision Making" (Springer, 2015), "Multilabel Classification. Problem analysis, metrics and techniques" (Springer, 2016). He currently acts as Editor in Chief of the international journals "Information Fusion" (Elsevier) and “Progress in Artificial Intelligence (Springer). He acts as an editorial member of a dozen of journals. He received the following honors and awards: ECCAI Fellow 2009, IFSA Fellow 2013, 2010 Spanish National Award on Computer Science ARITMEL to the "Spanish Engineer on Computer Science", International Cajastur "Mamdani" Prize for Soft Computing (Fourth Edition, 2010), IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy System Outstanding 2008 and 2012 Paper Award (bestowed in 2011 and 2015 respectively), 2011 Lotfi A. Zadeh Prize Best paper Award of the International Fuzzy Systems Association, 2013 AEPIA Award to a scientific career in Artificial Intelligence (September 2013), and 2014 XV Andalucía Research Prize Maimónides (by the regional government of Andalucía). His current research interests include among others, soft computing (including fuzzy modeling and evolutionary algorithms), information fusion, decision making, bibliometrics, biometric, data preprocessing, data science and big data.
Prof. Hani Hagras is a Professor of Computational Intelligence, Director of the Computational Intelligence Centre, Head of the Fuzzy Systems Research Group and Head of the Intelligent Environments Research Group in the University of Essex, UK. He is a Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and he is also a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). His major research interests are in computational intelligence, notably type-2 fuzzy systems, fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms, and evolutionary computation. His research interests also include ambient intelligence, pervasive computing and intelligent buildings. He is also interested in embedded agents, robotics and intelligent control. He has authored more than 250 papers in international journals, conferences and books. His work has received funding of about 4 Million in the last five years from the European Union, the UK Technology Strategy Board (TSB), the UK Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the UK Economic and Social Sciences Research Council (ESRC) as well as several industrial companies including. He has also three industrial patents in the field of computational intelligence and intelligent control. His research has won numerous prestigious international awards where most recently he was awarded by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS), the 2013 Outstanding Paper Award in the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems and also he has won the 2004 Outstanding Paper Award in the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems. He was also the Chair of the IEEE CIS Chapter that won the 2011 IEEE CIS Outstanding Chapter award. His work with IP4 Ltd has won the 2009 Lord Stafford Award for Achievement in Innovation for East of England. His work has also won the 2011 Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership Project for London and the Eastern Region. His work has also won best paper awards in several conferences including the 2006 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and the 2012 UK Workshop on Computational Intelligence. He served as the Chair of IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) Senior Members Sub-Committee. He served also as the chair of the IEEE CIS Task Force on Intelligent Agents. He is currently the Chair of the IEEE CIS Task Force on Extensions to Type-1 Fuzzy Sets. He is also a Vice Chair of the IEEE CIS Technical Committee on Emergent Technologies. He is a member of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) Fuzzy Systems Technical Committee.He is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems. He is also an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Robotics and Automation. Prof. Hagras has chaired several international conferences where most recently he served as the Co-Chair of the 2013, 2011 and 2009 IEEE Symposium on Intelligent Agents, and the 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Advances to Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Systems. He was also the General Co-Chair of the 2007 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy systems London.
Prof. Bruno Siciliano was born in Naples, Italy, in 1959. He received the Laurea and Research Doctorate degrees in electronic engineering from the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples, in 1982 and 1987, respectively. He is currently a Professor of Control and Robotics, and the Director of the PRISMA Laboratory with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II. He has co-authored 13 books, 80 journal papers, 240 conference papers, and book chapters. He has delivered 110 invited lectures and seminars at institutions worldwide. His current research interests include force and visual control, human–robot interaction, and aerial service robotics. Prof. Siciliano is a fellow of IEEE, ASME and IFAC. He has been the recipient of several awards. He has served on the Editorial Boards of several peer-reviewed journals and has been the Chair of the Program and Organizing Committees of several international conferences. He is a Co-Editor of the Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics and the Springer Handbook of Robotics, which received the PROSE Award for Excellence in Physical Sciences and Mathematics, and was the winner in the category Engineering and Technology. His group has been granted 14 European projects, including the Advanced Grant from the European Research Council. He was the President of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.