MACSPro 2021 : International Scientific Conference on Modeling and Analysis Complex Systems and Processes
Call For Papers
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
MACSPro'2021 conference is a science event for specialists working on the theory and practice of analyzing complex systems in various fields, in order to provide conditions for the development of technology transfer from the latest research to critical applied areas of industry and business. The conference specializes in the application of mathematical and computer modeling to complex technical and social systems.
Format: Hybrid (online and offline)
Location: 11 Pokrovsky Blvd., Moscow, 109028
Online format: connection link will be sent to registered MACSPro'2021 participants (https://fit-m.org/eng/modals/become_speaker.html)
MACSPRO'2021 KEY DATES
September 15 - deadline for the receipt of applications with abstracts (https://fit-m.org/eng/modals/become_speaker.html)
September 25 - deadline for personal notification of authors on the results of selection of applications to the Program Committee
October 30 - deadline for accepting papers for publication in the collection of papers on CEUR Workshop Proceedings service
November 07 - deadline for the registration fee
November 10 - deadline for personal notification of authors about the results of selection of submitted papers to the Program Committee
November 15 - the deadline for personal notification of the authors of the best papers according to the Program Committee. These articles may be submitted to Springer Proceedings Series, such as Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) or Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS). Authors will then be asked to adapt (with slight modifications) their paper to the Springer LNCS template in LATEX by November 25
The MACSPro'2021 program includes the following topics:
- Mathematical modeling and artificial intelligence in the natural sciences
- Algorithms and Applications of Machine Learning
- Intelligent Decision Making and Applied Game Theory
- Multi-Agent Systems
- Testing of Complex Systems
- Electronic and Electrical Computer-aided design (ECAD)
- Computational social science and network analysis
- Digital humanities, computational philosophy, and computer science
The conference considers scholarly articles in computer and information sciences, and supports interdisciplinary research on computer science methods in complex fields
APPLICATION AND ABSTRACT TEXT REQUIREMENTS
Abstracts are limited to two A4 pages.
A standard font Times New Roman (type size 10), line spacing 1, side margins: left - 2 cm, right - 1,5 cm, top and bottom - 2 cm, indentation (red line) - 1,25 cm; orientation - portrait, without transfers.
Text should be aligned by width.
Abstracts should be submitted only in the text format .docx
Please use the Ceur-WS: Latex template in 1 column (http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/CEURART.zip)
You can choose one of two types of submission:
- Full articles (10-12 page PDF, including reference list)
- Short articles (6-9 pages) for posters or a demonstration session.
Sending documents in Word format is forbidden! Works that do not meet the above page limits or do not use the template provided will be rejected.
You may use the online editor Latex (https://overleaf.com/) to prepare your article
Articles selected by the Program Committee will be included in the collection and published in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings service (http://ceur-ws.org/)
Read about the publication format in the MACSPRO'20 Proceedings (http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2795/)
Publication can only be requested through EasyChair (https://easychair.org/cfp/MACSPro2021). Instructions for signing up EasyChair services and submitting an article for publication in the Conference MACSPro'2021 Proceedings is available at https://fit-m.org/eng/uploads/Instruction_EasyChair_MACSPro_2021.pdf
The best papers may be submitted to Springer Proceedings Series, such as Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) or Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS). Authors will then be asked to adapt (with slight modifications) their paper to the Springer LNCS template in LATEX by November 25.