University of Ostrava

Slovak University of Technology

Czech Technical University in Prague



Due to the world COVID-19 outbreak and consequent government measures, we have to inform you that ISCAMI 2020 cannot be organized as originally planned on April 26-29. We are sad about such an announcement but the importance of health and safety is above all. However, we would like to assure you that:
  • ISCAMI 2020 is not canceled;
  • we seek a new term in the same hotel;
  • in relation to the new term of the event, we will set up new registration and submission deadlines to allow other participants to join us;
  • all accepted talks and registrations remain accepted, no further action is needed;
  • we will inform participants about any new facts as soon as possible.

New dates of ISCAMI 2020 will be announced soon



Check the new dates and deadlines here

Purpose of the Conference

International Conferences for Undergraduate and Graduate Students of Applied Mathematics (SCAM/ISCAM) were organized by two faculties of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. Professor Zdenka Riečanová from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and professor Radko Mesiar from the Faculty of Civil Engineering were guaranties of these conferences in years 1999-2007. The original idea was to bring together graduate students in various areas of mathematics relevant for applications. This idea is preserved as well as the rule that allows "fresh" PhD holders up to one year after their defense to participate activelly and give a talk as the last good-bye presentation after ending their student period.  

After one-year pause, the ISCAM is again organized in a new guise. Since 2009, the ISCAMI extends its scope by informatics and it is co-organized by the Department of Mathematics of Faculty of Civil Engineering (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava) represented by Radko Mesiar and by the Institute for Research and Applications of Fuzzy Modeling (University of Ostrava) represented by Vilém Novák. Venue will alter between Bratislava to keep the original nature and tradition of the ISCAM conference and an unspecified locality situated in mountains close to Ostrava to provide participants with manifold surroundings. 

Since 2017, we have happily accepted the third institutional co-organizer - Czech Technical University in Prague represented by Jozef Bobok from the Faculty of Civil Engineering. This strengthens the organization team and moreover, opens a possibility of organizing future ISCAMI conferences in new localities. ISCAMI 2020 will be organized in Malenovice - a beautiful village situated on the root of the Lysá hora mountain, the highest mountain in Beskydy mountains.


The organizers will publish Proceedings (Book of Abstracts) with ISBN containing all accepted abstracts. The Book of abstracts will be distributed on site.

Summer School

In 2020, based on the decision of the organizing committee and the successful experience from 2012-2019, ISCAMI will be organized jointly with the 9th Summer School on Applied Mathematics and Informatics. This means that the programme will alter between sections with student contributions and blocks of tutorials given by invited prominent reaseachers.

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Visa information:

The Organizing committee will NOT provide participants with an invitation letter on the official form of the alien police for the EU visa purposes. Furthermore, due to the storno fees we cannot risk any no-shows on the conference due to visa reasons. Therefore, ALL PARTICIPANTS FROM COUNTRIES WITH VISA OBLIGATION will be asked to send us a copy of their visa in order to make the registration valid!
We ask the registered participants from non-EU countries with a visa obligation to take this limitation into account seriously!


We proudly acknowledge the endorsement of ISCAMI 2020 under the wings of EUSFLAT, the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology.

Let us turn your attention to the other EUSFLAT-endorsed events for scholars interested in theory as well as applications of soft computing, see the links to EUSFLAT events.

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