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                          CALL  FOR  PAPERS
        Extended Paper Submission Deadline: October 22, 2017
                   (11:59pm US Eastern Time Zone)
 
         The 2017 International Conference on Computational
           Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI)
                December 14-16, 2017, Las Vegas, USA
               http://americancse.org/events/csci2017
 
                   Last Year's IEEE Xplore entry:
 
Note:
 
   Due to numerous requests, the deadline for submission of papers has
   been extended to October 22, 2017 (those who have already submitted
   papers in response to the earlier announcements, will receive the
   evaluation/decision by around October 19, 2017).
 
Invitation:
   You are invited to submit a paper for consideration. All accepted papers
   will be published by IEEE CPS (refer to ieeexplore.ieee.org for previous
   years' IEEE Xplore inclusion) in the proceedings of The 2017 International
   Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI).
   Extended versions of selected papers of the conference will also appear
   in journals and edited research books (Springer, Elsevier, BMC, ...) The
   published proceedings can be accessed via IEEE CPS and other Digital
   libraries.
 
   CSCI'17 International Conference is composed of a number of symposiums,
   sessions, workshops, posters and panel discussions; all will be held
   simultaneously, same location and dates: December 14-16, 2017.
 
Publisher:
 
 
   Past conference proceedings can be accessed via IEEE Xplore Digital
   Library at:
 
Scope & List of Topics:
 
   The 2017 CSCI International Conference invites paper submissions from
   diverse communities, including researchers from: universities,
   corporations, government agencies, and standardization bodies. Papers
   are sought that address solutions to problems in all areas of
   computational science and computational intelligence.
 
   Computational Science is the study of addressing problems that are
   impossible to solve (or difficult to solve) without computers. The
   field is interdisciplinary by nature and includes the use of advanced
   computing capabilities to understand and solve complex problems. In
   short, Computational Science is the science of using computers to do
   science. Computational Intelligence is the study of computational
   methods in ways that exhibit intelligence. These methods adapt to
   changing environments and changing goals.
 
   Considering the above broad outline, the International Conference on
   Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI'17) is
   composed of the following research and technical tracks:
 
   - Symposium on Cyber Warfare, Cyber Defense, & Cyber Security (CSCI-ISCW)
   - Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (CSCI-ISAI)
   - Symposium on Big Data and Data Science (CSCI-ISBD)
   - Symposium on Signal & Image Processing, Computer Vision & Pattern
     Recognition (CSCI-ISPC)
   - Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Computing & Computational
     Science (CSCI-ISPD)
   - Symposium on Education (CSCI-ISED) - includes accreditation, such as ABET
   - Symposium on Social Network Analysis, Social Media, & Mining (CSCI-ISNA)
   - Symposium on Software Engineering (CSCI-ISSE)
   - Symposium on Health Informatics and Medical Systems (CSCI-ISHI)
   - Symposium on Mobile Computing, Wireless Networks, & Security (CSCI-ISMC)
   - Symposium on Internet of Things & Internet of Everything (CSCI-ISOT)
   - Symposium on Cloud Computing and Data Centers (CSCI-ISCC)
   - Symposium on Consumer Electronics (CSCI-ISCE) - includes demos
   - Symposium on Computational Biology (CSCI-ISCB)
   - Symposium on Computational Science (CSCI-ISCS)
   - Symposium on Computational Intelligence (CSCI-ISCI)
 
   For detailed topical list for each track, refer to:
 
Instructions for Submission of Papers for Evaluation:
 
   All accepted papers will be published by IEEE CPS:
   in the proceedings of The 2017 International Conference on
   Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI'17).
 
   All past CSCI proceedings have been indexed into IEEE Xplore Digital
   Library and can be accessed via ieeexplore.ieee.org .
   The most recent (last year's) proceedings can be found via the IEEE
   Xplore url below:
 
 
   Authors of accepted papers must agree with the standard IEEE CPS
   statement in reference to Copyrights (Intellectual Property Rights):
   and Policy on Electronic Dissemination:
 
   Papers should be typeset by using the general typesetting
   instructions available at:
   (i.e., use of regular Times New Roman, font size of 10, single line
   spacing, 2-column format). Authors of accepted papers will later
   receive more specific typesetting instructions. All submissions must
   be original (papers must not have been previously published or
   currently being considered by others for publication).
 
   Submissions must be in either MS doc or pdf formats (6 pages for
   Regular Research Papers; 4 pages for Short Papers; 2 pages for
   Poster Papers - the number of pages includes all figures, tables, and
   references). The first page should include:
 
   - Title of the paper.
   - Name, affiliation, city, country, and email address of each author
     (identify the name of the Contact Author).
   - Abstract (about 100 words).
   - A maximum of 5 topical keywords that would best represent the work
     described in the paper (see the list of topics).
   - Write the type of the submission as "Full/Regular Research Papers",
     "Short Papers", or "Poster Papers".
   - Write the acronym of the most relevant symposium that this paper is
     being submitted to - the acronyms are:
     Computational Science (CSCI-ISCS); Computational Intelligence
     (CSCI-ISCI); Signal & Image Processing, Computer Vision & Pattern
     Recognition (CSCI-ISPC); Mobile Computing, Wireless Networks, &
     Security (CSCI-ISMC); Artificial Intelligence (CSCI-ISAI); Social
     Network Analysis, Social Media, & Mining (CSCI-ISNA); Cyber Warfare,
     Cyber Defense, & Cyber Security (CSCI-ISCW); Software Engineering
     (CSCI-ISSE); Education (CSCI-ISED); Computational Biology (CSCI-ISCB);
     Internet of Things & Internet of Everything (CSCI-ISOT); Big Data &
     Data Science (CSCI-ISBD); Cloud Computing & Data Centers (CSCI-ISCC);
     Parallel & Distributed Computing & Computational Science (CSCI-ISPD);
     Health Informatics & Medical Systems (CSCI-ISHI); Consumer
     Electronics (CSCI-ISCE).
 
   The actual paper can start from the first page (space permitting).
   Submissions are to be uploaded to the submission/evaluation web site
 
Type of Submissions/Papers:
 
  - Full/Regular Research Papers (maximum of 6 pages):
    Regular Research Papers should provide detail original research
    contributions. They must report new research results that represent
    a contribution to the field; sufficient details and support for
    the results and conclusions should also be provided. The work
    presented in regular papers are expected to be at a stage of
    maturity that with some additional work can be published as journal
    papers.
 
  - Short Papers (maximum of 4 pages):
    Short papers report on ongoing research projects. They should provide
    overall research methodologies with some results. The work presented
    in short papers are expected to be at a stage of maturity that with
    some additional work can be published as regular papers.
 
  - Poster Papers (maximum of 2 pages):
    Poster papers report on ongoing research projects that are still in
    their infancy (i.e., at very early stages). Such papers tend to
    provide research methodologies without yet concrete results.
 
 
Review Process
 
   Each paper will be peer-reviewed by 2 to 4 peers (except for papers that
   are philosophical in nature - such papers would be considered for panel
   discussions.) Confidentiality of submitted material will be maintained.
   Papers will be evaluated on the basis of originality, impact, significance,
   quality of research, quality of writing, and contribution to conference
   program and diversity. Papers whose authors include one or more members
   of the program committee will be evaluated using the double-blinded
   review process. Authors whose papers are not selected for publication
   can submit a rebuttal letter; rebuttals will be evaluated by 4 members
   of the Program Committee.
 
Deadlines (EXTENDED) - Dates:
 
   October 22, 2017:     Submission of Papers (11:59pm US Eastern Time Zone).
                         Paper submission portal (for evaluation):
                         https://american-cse.org/
                         Note that authors who have submitted papers in
                         response to the earlier "Call For Papers" will receive
                         decisions and status reports by around October 19.
   November 02, 2017:    Notification of acceptance (+/- 2 days)
   November 12, 2017:    Final papers & Registrations due
   December 14-16, 2017: The 2017 International Conference on Computational
                         Science & Computational Intelligence
                         (CSCI'17: Las Vegas, USA)
                         http://americancse.org/events/csci2017
 
Demography History (based on 2015 and 2016 participation data):
 
   In the past, about 40% of the attendees have been from outside USA; from
   53 nations. 51% of registrants have been from academia, 31% from industry;
   17% from government agencies and research labs; and 1% unknown. The
   conference has had participants, speakers, authors affiliated with over
   142 different universities; including many from the top 40 ranked
   institutions; major IT corporations, including, Microsoft, Accenture,
   Google, Apple, Facebook, Oracle, Amazon, Samsung Electronics, IBM, GE,
   BAE Systems, Hitachi, NTT, Intel Corp, BTS Software Solutions, NetApp,
   Algorkorea Co., Paris Saclay, ElderSafe Technologies Inc., METRON (France),
   Fraunhofer IKTS (Germany), Wipro Technologies, VNIIEF (Russia), BTU
   Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany), Synchrone Technologies (France), Bosch
   Software Systems (Germany), Tata Consultancy Services, ...; major
   corporations, including, Exxon Mobil, JPMorgan Chase, Raytheon, PetroChina,
   GlaxoSmithKline, BCL Technologies, CERENA Petroleum Group, Aerospace
   Electronic Technology (China), Max Planck - Genetics (Germany), Tigard
   Research Institute, ENGIE (France), Forschungszentrum Juelich (Germany),
   Secured Smart Electric Vehicle (Korea), ...; government research agencies
   and national laboratories, including, NSF, NIH National Institutes of
   Health, US Air Force (multiple research labs), NSA National Security
   Agency, Pacific Northwest National Lab, NASA, LLNL, Lawrence Berkeley
   National Lab, Los Alamos National Lab, Cold Spring Harbor Lab, US National
   Cancer Institute, Swedish Defence Research Agency, NIST US National
   Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Geological Survey, US National
   Library of Medicine, US Air Force (multiple research labs), SPAWAR Systems
   Center Pacific, China NSF, Russian Academy of Sciences, US Navy, Hasso
   Plattner Institute, US Army, Korea Internet & Security Agency, Suez Canal
   Research Center, Okinawa Bureau (Japan), Canadian Medical Protective
   Association, Osong Medical Innovation Foundation (Korea), National
   Institute of Informatics (Japan), ...; and two Venture Capitalists and
   eight Intellectual Property attorneys.
 
Contact:
 
   Questions and inquiries should be sent to:
   CSCI 2017 Conference Secretariat: cs@american-cse.org