CFP

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We invite submissions on a wide range of research topics, spanning both theoretical and systems research. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


IN GENERAL


Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environment

Analysis, Evaluation, and Test of Smart Sensors

Intelligent Management of Sensors

Fundamentals of Smart Sensing Principles and Mechanisms

Materials and its Applications for Smart Sensors

Smart Sensing Applications, Hardware, Software, Systems, and Technologies

Smart Sensors in Multidisciplinary Domains and Problems

Smart Sensors in Science and Engineering

Smart Sensors in Social Science and Humanity

Sensors (capacitive, magnetic, vision, acoustic, Chemical, Biological, Biomedical……)

Smart Sensors, sensing technology, Sensors Phenomena

Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things

Sensors Signal Processing and Interfacing

MEMS, NEMS

Remote Monitoring, On-line monitoring

Sensors Applications

Security, Reliability, and Energy Management of Sensors.

APPLICATIONS

Aerospace

Agriculture

Chemistry and biochemistry

Communication

Computing

Economics and bioeconomics

Education

Electrical systems

Energy and bioenergy

Engineering

Environment

Food

Geophysics

Informatics and bioinformatics

Mechanics and biomechanics

Medicine

Petroleum

Pharmaceutics and robotics

COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND NATURAL COMPUTING

Artificial Immune Systems and Swarm Intelligence

Artificial Neural Networks

Evolutionary Computation

Fuzzy Systems

Genetic Algorithms

Neuro-Fuzzy Systems

THEORY

Adaptive, Predictive, Robust or Intelligent Control

Automatic control systems engineering

Cellular Automata

Decision support systems

Intelligent Signal Processing

Machine Learning, Intelligent data analysis and Data Mining

Metaheuristics

Multi-Agent Systems

Natural Language Processing, Text Mining, Semantics and Ontologies

Operations Research and Optimization

Pattern recognition and forecasting

Process control and stability

Robotics and autonomous systems