ICCBR: International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning



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Event When Where Deadline
ICCBR 2021 29th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Sep 13, 2021 - Sep 16, 2021 Salamanca, Spain May 5, 2021
ICCBR 2019 International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning 2019
Sep 8, 2019 - Sep 12, 2019 Otzenhausen, Germany Apr 12, 2019
ICCBR 2018 International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Jul 10, 2018 - Jul 12, 2018 Stockholm, Sweden Apr 27, 2018 (Apr 23, 2018)
ICCBR 2017 International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Jun 26, 2017 - Jun 28, 2017 Trondheim, Norway Mar 20, 2017
ICCBR 2016 International Conference on Case Base Reasoning
Oct 31, 2016 - Nov 2, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (USA) May 15, 2016
ICCBR 2014 22nd International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Sep 29, 2014 - Oct 1, 2014 Cork, Ireland May 18, 2014
ICCBR 2012 20th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Sep 3, 2012 - Sep 6, 2012 Lyon - France Apr 9, 2012
ICCBR 2011 The 19th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning
Sep 12, 2011 - Sep 15, 2011 Greenwich, London (UK) Apr 4, 2011
ICCBR 2010 18th International Conference on Case Based Reasoning
Jul 19, 2010 - Jul 22, 2010 Alessandria, Italy Feb 15, 2010

Present CFP : 2021


ICCBR 2021 (https://iccbr21.org/) September 13th to 16th, 2021, in Salamanca, Spain, a UNESCO World Heritage site and past European Capital of Culture.


The International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR) is the premier, annual meeting of the case-based reasoning (CBR) community and the leading international conference on this topic. The CBR community welcomes contributions from participants representing all types of affiliations (e.g., academic, industry, government) and from all communities applying CBR or conducting relevant research.


We welcome submissions from all areas of case-based reasoning, including (but not limited to):


-Case authoring, elicitation, and visualization
-Case representation
-Case retrieval, indexing, and similarity measures
-Case reuse, adaptation, revision, and combination
-Case-base maintenance
-Confidence and uncertainty
-Evaluation, simulation, and prediction
-Similarity metric and adaptation knowledge learning


-CBR planning
-Conversational CBR
-Distributed CBR
-Recommender systems
-Social CBR
-Temporal reasoning (e.g., reasoning with traces, time series)
-Textual CBR
-User modeling and personalization
-Workflow management and process-oriented CBR


-Analogical reasoning, cognitive models, and creative reasoning
-Cloud CBR
-Explainable AI (XAI)
-Intelligent agents, perception, and action
-Internet of things
-Data mining and big data
-Machine learning (e.g., deep, instance-based/lazy, relational)
-Natural language processing and information retrieval
-Robotics and human-robot interaction
-Web CBR


-AI for the Social Good
-CBR architectures and frameworks
-Diagnosis, technical support
-E-science, cyberinfrastructure, scientific workflows
-Economics, finance
-Education (including distance learning)
-Energy, logistics, traffic
-Game AI
-Knowledge and experience management
-Medicine, health
-Science, engineering


Submissions due: --April 21, 2021-- May 5, 2021
Workshop Proposal Submissions: April 2, 2021
Workshop Proposal Notifications: April 9, 2021
Notifications: --May 21, 2021-- June 4, 2021
Camera ready: --June 21, 2021-- July 1, 2021
Conference starts: September 13, 2021


Each submission must be identified as presenting (1) theoretical/methodological research, (2) applied research/emerging applications, or (3) a deployed application, and will be reviewed using criteria appropriate to its category. These criteria are as follows:

1. Theoretical/methodological research: Scientific significance, originality, technical quality, and clarity
2. Applied research/emerging applications: Significance for theoretical research or application deployment; originality; technical quality; and clarity
3. Deployed application: Demonstrated practical significance; originality; treatment of issues of engineering, management, and user acceptance; and clarity

Papers will be considered for poster or oral presentation based on the reviews and the most effective mode of presenting it to the ICCBR audience.


Authors must submit a full paper by the conference paper submission deadline, formatted according to Springer’s authors’ guidelines and use either the LaTeX (also available in Overleaf ) or Word templates. Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers. Papers (submitted and final) should be no longer than 15 pages including references. Please submit papers using the EasyChair conference management system, found at https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=iccbr2021

In addition, the corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form after acceptance of a paper. Once the files have been sent to Springer, changes relating to the authorship of the papers cannot be made.

Multiple Submission Policy

Papers submitted to other conferences must state this fact as a footnote on page 1, and please also notify the program co-chairs by email. If a paper will appear in another conference or journal, it must be withdrawn from ICCBR 2021.


For a paper to appear in the proceedings, at least one of the authors must register for the conference by the camera-ready copy deadline. Papers must be presented by one of the authors at the conference live. There will be no pre-recorded video presentations.


Proceedings will be published by Springer in the book series Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence.

Previous ICCBR proceedings can be found on SpringerLink: https://link.springer.com/conference/iccbr


We are pleased to announce the following workshops will be held at ICCBR 2021:

Artificial Intelligence in Computer Games using Pure or Hybrid CBR Approaches
CBRDL: Case-Based Reasoning and Deep Learning
XCBR: Case-Based Reasoning for the Explanation of Intelligent Systems (https://gaia.fdi.ucm.es/events/xcbr/)
CBR in the Health Sciences
CBR Demonstrations and Showcases (https://sites.google.com/view/cbr-demos-showcases)



Antonio Sánchez-Ruiz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Michael W. Floyd, Knexus Research Corporation, USA


Juan Manuel Corchado, University of Salamanca, Spain

Fernando de la Prieta, University of Salamanca, Spain


Hayley Borck, Honeywell, USA

Viktor Eisenstadt, DFKI, Germany


Stewart Massie, The Robert Gordon University, UK

Stelios Kapetanakis, University of Brighton, UK


Belen Díaz-Agudo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

David W. Aha, Naval Research Laboratory, USA

David Leake, Indiana University, USA

Barry Smyth, University College Dublin, Ireland

Rosina Weber, Drexel University, USA

Nirmalie Wiratunga, The Robert Gordon University, UK


Klaus-Dieter Althoff, DFKI / University of Hildesheim (Germany)

Kerstin Bach, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Ralph Bergmann, University of Trier (Germany)

Isabelle Bichindaritz, State University of New York at Oswego (USA)

Hayley Borck, Honeywell (USA)

Derek Bridge, University College Cork (Ireland)

Sutanu Chakraborti, Indian Institute of Technology Madras (India)

Alexandra Coman, Capital One (USA)

Dustin Dannenhauer, Parallax Advanced Research (USA)

Sarah Jane Delany, Technological University Dublin (Ireland)

Viktor Eisenstadt, DFKI (Germany)

Peter Funk, Mälardalen University (Sweden)

Mehmet H Göker, ServiceNow (USA)

Ashok Goel, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Odd Erik Gundersen, NTNU, Department of Computer Science (Norway)

Vahid Jalali, Indiana University Bloomington (USA)

Stelios Kapetanakis, University of Brighton (UK)

Mark Keane, University College Dublin (Ireland)

Joseph Kendall-Morwick, Missouri Western State University (USA)

Luc Lamontagne, Laval University (Canada)

Jean Lieber, LORIA - INRIA Lorraine (France)

Stewart Massie, The Robert Gordon University (UK)

Mirjam Minor, Goethe University Frankfurt (Germany)

Stefania Montani, Universita' del Piemonte Orientale (Italy)

Emmanuel Nauer, LORIA (France)

Santiago Ontañón, Drexel University (USA)

Enric Plaza, IIIA-CSIC (Spain)

Luigi Portinale, Universita' del Piemonte Orientale "A. Avogadro" (Italy)

Juan Recio-Garcia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)

Pascal Reuss, University of Hildesheim (Germany)

Jonathan Rubin, Philips Research North America (USA)

Frode Sørmo, Verdande Technology (Norway)

Ian Watson, University of Auckland (New Zealand)

David Wilson, UNC Charlotte (USA)

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