Call for Papers

Call for Papers

Serving as a dynamic forum, ICONIP 2024 encourages the cross-pollination of ideas across a spectrum of disciplines, encompassing data analytics, pattern recognition, biomedical engineering, neuroscience, automation and control, information security, and brain-machine interfaces. In addition to regular technical sessions with oral and poster presentations, the conference program will include special sessions and tutorials on topics of current interest.

 

Proceedings are proposed to be published in the Springer series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) and Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS). Final papers after acceptance will normally be 12 to 15 pages in length. Instructions on how to submit your paper will be available here soon.

Springer

Important dates:

Special Session Proposal Submission Deadline:
15 March 2024 2 April 2024

Workshop Proposal Submission Deadline:
15 March 2024 15 April 2024

Workshop/Special Session Proposal Acceptance:
29 March 2024 29 April 2024

Tutorial Proposal Submission Deadline:
31 May 2024

Competition Solution Submission Deadline:
31 May 2024

Paper Submission Deadline:
31 May 2024

Notification of Acceptance:
26 July 2024

Camera Ready Submission:
30 August 2024

Registration Deadline:
30 August 2024

Conference Dates:
2-6 December 2024

Topics of the conference

ICONIP2024 invites high quality contributions from, but not limited to the topics below:

Track 1: Theory and Algorithms

  • Causality and explainable AI
  • Computational intelligence
  • Control and decision theory
  • Constraint & uncertainty theory
  • Machine learning
  • Neurodynamics
  • Neural network models
  • Optimization
  • Pattern recognition
  • Time series analysis

Track 2: Cognitive Neurosciences

  • Affective and cognitive learning
  • Biometric systems/interfaces
  • Brain-machine interface
  • Computational psychiatry
  • Neuroeconomics
  • Neural data analysis
  • Reasoning and consciousness
  • Sensory perception
  • Social cognition

Track 3: Human Centred Computing

  • Bioinformatics
  • Biomedical information
  • Healthcare
  • Human activity recognition
  • Human-centred design
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Neuromorphic hardware
  • Recommender systems
  • Social networks
  • Sports and rehabilitation

Track 4: Applications

  • Big data analysis
  • Computational finance
  • Image processing & computer vision
  • Data mining
  • Information security
  • Information retrieval
  • Multimedia information processing
  • Natural language processing
  • Robotics and control
  • Web search and mining