Papers for Organized and General Sessions should describe original research results, be not published elsewhere before. The submitted papers are subject to a rigorous peer review process for their technical and practical contributions. There will be only quality check on workshop papers. All the accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. The minimum length of the paper is 2 pages. There is no limit on the maximum length, but papers with more than 8 pages will be subject to excess page charge of 20 USD per page.
Both oral and posters presentations will be accepted for Organized Sessions. All paper should be submitted through the Online Paper Submission system. When submitting a paper, one of the session titles should be chosen accordingly by authors.
Only oral presentations will be accepted for Workshops. All paper should be submitted through the Online Paper Submission system. When submitting a paper, one of the session titles should be chosen accordingly by authors. One-page abstract only papers can be submitted to Workshops.
Both oral and poster presentations are possible for General Sessions. When submitting a paper, one of 4 presentation preferences (1. oral, 2. poster, 3. oral-preferred but poster available, 4. poster preferred but oral available) will be chosen by authors. The following general session are open for authors’ choice. Authors will choose the 1st and 2nd preferred session titles during the submission.
|General Oral Session
|Advanced Intelligent Technologies
|Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering
|Big Data Analysis and Learning Systems
|Data Mining and its Applications
|Deep Learning and its Applications
|Design and R&D Management
|Fuzz Logic and Reasoning
|Human Computer Interaction
|Information Fusion and Decision Making
|Intelligent Control and Robotics
|Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
|Intelligent Systems for Rehabilitation
|Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
|Neural Networks, Fuzzy, and Genetic Algorithms
|Soft Intelligent and Computing
|Ubiquitous and Wearable Computing
|Vision and Sensors
|4th Industrial Revolution and Industrial Policy
|General Poster Session
At least one author of each paper must register for the conference in order for the paper to be included in the final program and the proceedings.
All authors are advised to follow the Springer-styled format in either MS-Word or Latex refering to the Author Guidelines in PDF:
Prospective authors should submit their papers electronically in the PDF format with a sign-up process on the following link:
Authors can submit the extended version of the accepted paper to the special issue of the following journals after the conference.
International Journal of Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems (IJFIS) (ISSN / E-ISSN: 1598-2645 / 2093-744x, Publisher: KIIS) is recently accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS. The journal title will be loaded in SCOPUS soon.
Authors are encouraged to submit their papers to IJFIS after the conference.