The full ESANN 2022 programme is published !
Due to numerous requests the deadline to submit papers to the ESANN 2022 conference has been extended to May 16, 2022. Please note that no further extension will be given.
ESANN 2022 call for papers is launched. The conference will be organized in hybrid mode.
We are pleased to announce the ESANN 2021 best student paper award, delivered to M. Jensun Ravichandran, for his contribution entitled
RecLVQ: Recurrent Learning Vector Quantization
co-authored with Thomas Villmann and Marika Kaden. Congratulations!
Practical information for ESANN 2021 participants and speakers has been sent by e-mail on October 3. If you are registered and did not receive this message, please contact email@example.com.
Due to numerous requests the deadline to submit papers to the ESANN 2021 conference has been extended to May 17, 2021. Please note that no further extension will be given.
A special issue will be published in the Neurocomputing journal, with extended versions of the best papers presented at ESANN 2021.
The ESANN 2020 papers have been indexed in Scopus.
We are pleased to announce the ESANN 2020 best student paper award, delivered to Ms. Perrine Cribier-Delande, for her contribution entitled
Time Series Prediction using Disentangled Latent Factors
co-authored with Raphaël Puget, Vincent Guigue and Ludovic Denoyer. Congratulations!
ESANN 2020 will be fully organized online. The current sanitary situation in Europe, and the restrictions in force in Belgium about large gatherings do not allow us to organize a physical event. The health of all is our primary concern. ESANN 2020 will be organized online on Friday October 2 to Sunday October 4 and the program will not change. Instructions for speakers to prepare their presentation, and instructions for participants to follow the online sessions will be communicated directly to the participants.