ICSI 2011 : Second International Conference on Swarm Intelligence
Conference Series : International Conference on Swarm Intelligence
Call For Papers
ICSI'2011: Call for Papers
2011 International Conference on Swarm Intelligence
Dates: 12th – 15th June 2011
Location: Chongqing, China
This is the first call for papers for the 2nd International Conference on Swarm Intelligence (ICSI'2011)(http://www.ic-si.org).
The deadline for submission of papers is 1st January, 2011.
Submission Details: Prospective authors are invited to contribute high-quality papers (6-10 pages) to ICSI’2011 through online submission system at
Papers accepted by ICSI’2011 will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) (Indexed by ISI Proceedings, EI Compendex,
ISTP, DBLP, etc.) and some high-quality papers will be selected for special issues of SCI-indexed Journals, i.e., Computational Intelligence, Information Science,
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence, International Journal of Swarm Intelligence Research, etc.
For details about ICSI'2011, please visit the conference website at http://www.ic-si.org.
This conference is the second in a series of conferences (the first took place in Beijing, China in June 2010 successfully) that serves as a forum for an international
community of researchers, practitioners and vendors on all aspects of Swarm Intelligence and its application.
The scope of the conference includes (but is not limited to):
Swarm-based optimization techniques
Particle swarm optimization
Ant colony optimization
Fish school search
Stochastic Diffusion Search (SDS)
Optimization theory and methods
Simulation and emulation of nature
Multi-agent based complex systems
Artificial Bee Colony Algorithms
Hybrid optimization methods
Evolutionary learning systems
Computational swarm models
Artificial immune system
Evolutionary intelligent agents
Analytic models of emergent behaviors
Evolving fuzzy system
Evolving neural networks
Models for social insets
Bio-inspired computing models
Socio-inspired computing models
Hybridizations of algorithms
2D or 3D virtual swarms
Audio or Image processing
Cybernetics and self-organization