The International Congress on Case Based Reasoning Systems

Today has been very successful. I remember when I defended my first doctoral thesis, which studied case-based reasoning systems. This topic came to be one of the pillars of my research work.

Twenty years have passed since then and now I’ve successfully defended a proposal for the organization of an international congress on case-based reasoning systems, which will be held in Salamanca in 2020. This extraordinary congress deals with a highly topical subject, on which more research is being done every day.

We are happy to have the support of Prof. Ian Watson (University of Auckland, a distinguished researcher in this field, as Chairman of the scientific committee, as well as Dr. David Aha from the Naval Research Laboratory who will help coordinate the event.

In the picture, I’m with Prof. Watson and my colleague Daniel Lopez


Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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