IEEE SSCI 2021 : 2021 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence
Call For Papers
IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI 2021)
December 5th – 8th 2021, Orlando, Florida, USA
IEEE SSCI is an established flagship annual international series of symposia on computational intelligence sponsored by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.
IEEE SSCI 2021 promotes and stimulates discussion on the latest theory, algorithms, applications and emerging topics on computational intelligence across several unique symposia, providing an opportunity for cross-fertilization of research and future collaborations. IEEE SSCI 2021 will feature exciting keynotes, panel discussions, oral presentations and social events.
The organizers are carefully monitoring the current situation concerning COVID-19 and will provide regular up-to-date information regarding the conference format. At this stage the conference is planned to take place in Orlando, Florida from 5th to the 8th of December 2021.
Special Session Proposals: May 28th 2021
Tutorial Proposals: May 28th 2021
Paper Submissions: August 6th 2021
Paper Acceptance: September 17th 2021
Camera ready Paper: October 15th 2021
Early Registration: October 15th 2021
Conference dates: December 5th to 8th 2021
IEEE SSCI 2021 will not accept any paper that is under review, has been accepted, or has been published in any other venue at the time of submission or during the review process of IEEE SSCI 2021. If in doubt, email your question to the Program Chairs, Prof. Alice Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or Prof. Carlos Coello at email@example.com.
Each paper submitted to IEEE SSCI 2021 will receive at least three reviews. The paper will be assessed based on originality, significance, adherence to the scientific method, correctness, clarity and quality of scientific presentation. The decision made on the paper by the Program Chairs is final.
Each paper should be between 6 to 8 pages, including figures, tables and references. A maximum of two extra pages per paper is allowed (i.e, up to 10 pages), at an additional charge of US$100 per extra page.
All papers should be submitted using the IEEE two-column conference style file. Instructions are found at submission page.
Authors will need to select the symposium they wish to submit to from the dropdown list of research areas in the submission system.
IEEE allows authors to have their paper appears in a public archive such as Techrxiv (https://www.techrxiv.org/) or Arxiv (https://arxiv.org/). The PSPB Operations Manual (www.ieee.org/documents/opsmanual.pdf) contains the policies related to posting of preprints of articles submitted to IEEE publications.
Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reinforcement Learning (IEEE ADPRL)
CI in Agriculture (IEEE CIAg)
CI for Brain Computer Interfaces (IEEE CIBCI)
CI in Biometrics and Identity Management (IEEE CIBIM)
Computational Intelligence in Big Data (IEEE CIBD)
CI in Control and Automation (IEEE CICA)
CI in Healthcare and E-health (IEEE CICARE)
CI in Cyber Security (IEEE CICS)
CI in Data Mining (IEEE CIDM)
CI in Dynamic and Uncertain Environments (IEEE CIDUE)
CI and Ensemble Learning (IEEE CIEL)
CI for Engineering Solutions (IEEE CIES)
CI for Human-like Intelligence (IEEE CIHLI)
CI in IoT and Smart Cities (IEEE CIIoT)
CI for Multimedia Signal and Vision Processing (IEEE CIMSIVP)
CI in Remote Sensing (IEEE CIRS)
CI for Security and Defense Applications (IEEE CISDA)
Deep Learning (IEEE DL)
Evolving and Autonomous Learning Systems (IEEE EALS)
Explainable Data Analytics in Computational Intelligence (IEEE EDACI)
Evolutionary Learning (IEEE EL)
Evolutionary Neural Architecture Search and Applications (IEEE ENASA)
Evolutionary Scheduling and Combinatorial Optimisation (IEEE ESCO)
Ethical, Social and Legal Implications of Artificial Intelligence (IEEE ETHAI)
CI in Feature Analysis, Selection and Learning in Image and Pattern Recognition (IEEE FASLIP)
Foundations of CI (IEEE FOCI)
Evolvable Systems (IEEE ICES)
Immune Computation (IEEE IComputation)
Intelligent Agents (IEEE IA)
Multi-agent System Coordination and Optimization (IEEE MASCO)
Model-Based Evolutionary Algorithms (IEEE MBEA)
Multicriteria Decision-Making (IEEE MCDM)
Nature-Inspired Computation in Engineering (IEEE NICE)
Robotic Intelligence in Informationally Structured Space (IEEE RiiSS)
Cooperative Metaheuristics (IEEE SCM)
Differential Evolution (IEEE SDE)
Swarm Intelligence Symposium (IEEE SIS)
Call for Special Sessions
IEEE SSCI 2021 is made up of symposiums. There are areas in computational intelligence that may not be covered by these symposiums or interdisciplinary areas with a narrow focus that sits at the interface of two or more of these symposiums. These areas are better suited for a special session. For example, two of the symposiums at IEEE SSCI are the IEEE Symposium on Immune Computation and the IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Cyber Security. It is feasible to see a special session proposal that sits at the interface of these two such as a special session on Immune Systems for Network Intrusion Detection.
Special session proposals should include title, a description of the scope, a list of topics covered, a list of potential contributors, and names, affiliations, websites, and bios of special session organizers. It is expected that at least one of the organizers of a special session would be attending IEEE SSCI 2021.
A special session will only run if there are at least six accepted papers. If the number of accepted papers is less, the papers will be allocated to the most relevant symposium.
Proposals and inquiries regarding special sessions should be addressed to the Special Session Chair: Marde Helbig Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Tutorials
IEEE SSCI 2021 will feature tutorials covering fundamental and advanced topics in computational intelligence. A tutorial proposal should include title, short introduction to the topic, an outline of the tutorial, learning outcomes, expected length of the tutorial (2h, 4h or 6h), the level of the tutorial (introductory or advanced), and names, affiliations, websites, and bios of presenters (including track record).
Proposals and inquiries regarding tutorials should be addressed to Tutorials Chair: Sansanee Auephanwiriyakul Email: email@example.com
Accepted proposals will run for two, four or six hours. Tutorials are free to all registered attendees but registration is a must to ensure appropriate space is allocated to each tutorial speaker. Access to each tutorial space will only be available for those who registered for the tutorial.