18th Conference on Computer Science and Intelligence Systems (FedCSIS 2023)
September 17 - September 20
The 18th Conference on Computer Science and Intelligence Systems (FedCSIS 2023) cordially invites you to contribute a Technical Session (conference, symposium, workshop, consortium meeting, project dissemination meeting, special session, etc.). The FedCSIS conferences consist of five Tracks that contain Technical Sessions. Many of them are the recurring yearly events, but we also solicit and welcome proposals for new Technical Sessions, until November 14, 2022. Moreover, the existing events that would like to join the FedCSIS conference series, are also welcome. The Technical Sessions can run over any span of time within the conference dates; from half-day to three days.
FedCSIS is a large rigorous scientific conference staged across Europe. Annually, it attracts ~300 submissions from ~40 countries from around the world. Papers are accepted in three categories: regular (full and short), position, and communication. All regular, presented, papers are submitted to IEEE Xplore Digital Library, and many are offered post-publication opportunities (journals, Springer volumes, etc.) after appropriate extensions and changes. Position and communication papers are published in separate volumes of the Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems series. All papers are published with ISBN, ISSN and DOI numbers, and submitted to, and indexed in, the most influential indexing services. Since 2012, the FedCSIS Proceedings are indexed in SCOPUS.
Any newly proposed Technical Session will be evaluated on the basis of scientific/technical interest and/or its relevance to practitioners in its topics, the clarity of the proposal in addressing the requested information, the innovativeness of the topics, level of correspondence and “value-added” to the denoted FedCSIS track, i.e.:
Advanced Artificial Intelligence in Applications
Computer Systems and Simulations
Network Systems and Applications
Information Technology for Business & Society
Software and Systems Development
Call for Papers for Technical Sessions will be announced by three means: (1) by FedCSIS Chairs in generic Calls for Conference Papers, to reach out to the computer science and intelligence systems researchers at large; (2) by Track Chairs in Calls for Track Papers, to reach out to the researchers specifically interested in track topics; (3) by Technical Session Chairs in Calls for Technical Session Papers, to reach out to the professional communities involved in research addressed by the Technical Session. All papers will have to be submitted to the FedCSIS Conference System (EasyChair). The submitters will have to select a Track/Technical Session (event) within which their paper will be reviewed for acceptance.
Technical Session proposals should include the following information (3 pages maximum):
The nature of the Technical Session (conference, symposium, workshop, consortium meeting, project dissemination meeting, special session, etc.).
The title and acronym of the Technical Session, and the list of topics.
A brief explanation of why the proposed event will fit into the FedCSIS aims and program.
The contact information of the Technical Session chairs, including links to their personal websites, and an overview of previous experiences with organization of scientific events.
Preliminary list of PC members who have agreed (or are likely to agree) to join.
Indication of the expected number of papers/attendees.
Information about planned post-publications of extended and revised papers in high-quality journals, edited volumes, etc.
Technical Session organizers should email their proposals (in a single pdf file) by November 22, 2021 to the FedCSIS Secretariat at: email@example.com
More information concerning FedCSIS and its scientific, organization and financial rules can be found at: https://www.fedcsis.org
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