University of Ostrava

Institute of Information Theory and Automation

University of Economics in Prague

VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava


About the Seminar

Czech-Japan Seminars on Data Analysis and Decision Making under Uncertainty originate from the two meetings that were held in Ishikawa and Čeladná in 1990, respectively. These meetings were financially supported by an international collaborative research project between Czech Republic and Japan, and successfully achieved some positive results in the area of about data analysis and decision making under uncertainty. For the great response, the seminars have been organized alternatively in Czech Republic and Japan every year by researchers on stochastic analysis, fuzzy logic and operations research.  

We take over purposes of these seminars and organize the 12th Czech-Japan seminar in Litomyšl - beautiful small city situated in Eastern Bohemia. We invite submission of papers concerning information science, operations research, management science, stochastic analysis, fuzzy analysis, mathematical programming, optimization and so on.  


All active participants are supposed to submit their papers for the seminar proceedings due to the submission deadline. The papers have to be prepared according to the instruction for authors requirements which may be found, as wel as template and LaTeX style files, on the Registration and Submission page.

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We acknowledge the partnership with the WUPES workshop.