ICONIP2021

The 28th International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP2021) aims to provide a leading international forum for researchers, scientists, and industry professionals who are working in neuroscience, neural networks, deep learning, and related fields to share their new ideas, progresses and achievement, through its regular sessions, special sessions, tutorials, and workshops.

ICONIP 2021 will be held in online mode during December 8-12, 2021.

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Plenary Speakers

Prof. Jürgen Schmidhuber
University of Lugano
Switzerland

Prof. Soo-Young Lee
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Prof. P.N. Suganthan
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Prof. Guang-Bin Huang
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Invited Speakers

Prof. Naoyuki Kubota
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Japan

Prof. Tom Gedeon
Australian National University
Australia

Prof. Nojun Kwak
Seoul National University
Korea

Important Dates


Special Session Proposal Submission: May 15, 2021

Special Session Proposal Acceptance: May 31, 2021

Paper Submission: June 30, 2021 Extended to 14 July 2021 

Tutorial Proposal Submission: July 1, 2021 

Tutorial Proposal Acceptance: July 8, 2021

Paper Acceptance: September 25, 2021

Camera Ready: October 12, 2021

Final registration: October 23, 2021

Conference Date: December 8 – 12, 2021

All decisions have been sent by email on 25 September 2021 to all corresponding authors listed in the EasyChair for each submitted paper

Instruction for Camera-ready submissions

All accepted papers are full papers published in LNCS or CCIS. The long paper (up to 12 pages) will be published in LNCS, and the short paper (up to 8 pages) will be published in CCIS.

Important 1: Each accepted paper should follow the following LaTeX INSTRUCTION to prepare the final manuscript.
Important 2: No paper can be published in the proceedings without being accompanied by a Completed Springer Copyright Transfer Form. You must complete and submit this form to have your paper included in the conference proceedings.

Instruction for LNCS papers

Important 1: The page limit of accepted papers is 12, while additional two pages are allowed by paying extra page charges for 100 USD each page. The file size limit is 8MB.
Important 2: Each final paper submission must include a PDF file and all source files.
Once you are ready to submit it, please upload 3 files to the easyChair system on add or update files:

  

A PDF document with the final compiled camera-ready version of the paper. The PDF file should be named sub_.pdf, where ID is your paper ID, e.g. if your paper ID is 123, then name your PDF sub_123.pdf.
.zip file containing all the source files of the paper, namely, the text of the paper and all the illustrative materials (figures), so that the PDF can be fully re-compiled from the source files. The zip file should be named source_.zip, where ID is your paper ID.
A signed copyright form, in order for your paper to be published in the conference proceedings, a *signed Springer Copyright Form* must be submitted for each paper. The PDF file should be named LNCS_copyright_.pdf, where ID is your paper ID. The form can be downloaded at Contract_Book_Contributor_Consent_to_Publish_LNCS_SIP.pdf.

Instruction for CCIS papers

Important 1: The page limit of accepted papers is 8, while additional one page is allowed by paying extra page charge of 200 USD. The file size limit is 8MB.
Important 2: Each final paper submission must include a PDF file and all source files.
Once you are ready to submit it, please upload 3 files to the easyChair system on add or update files:

  

A PDF document with the final compiled camera-ready version of the paper. The PDF file should be named sub_.pdf, where ID is your paper ID, e.g. if your paper ID is 123, then name your PDF sub_123.pdf.
.zip file containing all the source files of the paper, namely, the text of the paper and all the illustrative materials (figures), so that the PDF can be fully re-compiled from the source files. The zip file should be named source_.zip, where ID is your paper ID.
A signed copyright form, in order for your paper to be published in the conference proceedings, a *signed Springer Copyright Form* must be submitted for each paper. The PDF file should be named CCIS_copyright_.pdf, where ID is your paper ID. The form can be downloaded at Contract_Book_Contributor_Consent_to_Publish_CCIS_SIP.pdf.

LaTeX Instruction

You must use the LaTeX style from LNCS Springer templates provided in Overleaf:
https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/springer-lecture-notes-in-computer-science/kzwwpvhwnvfj#.WuA4JS5uZpi

  1. Please use as few Latex files as possible and name the main file clearly, e.g., main.tex, so it is clear for other people how the source should be compiled. Ideally, ensure that it is possible to compile your paper using pdflatex main.tex Please place all references in the main.tex file (NOT in a bib file).
  2. Please mark the corresponding author clearly, by putting \Letter in brackets after the author’s name in the \author block. Use package \usepackage[misc]{ifsym}
  3. Please use the \tocauthor and \toctitle fields, as these are important to create the publication’s Table of Contents.
    Please make sure that your paper is properly formatted. DO NOT change the format required by Springer or their style sheets. Do not reduce spaces, fonts or anything else. Springer will remove all LaTeX instructions that change their format, and the paper length will be judged by whatever remains. Note that the contribution will be compiled from the sources, not from your PDF, and your contribution may look entirely different in the end, if you modify the formatting.
    Other advice for generating your camera-ready document can be found here: camera_ready_instructions.pdf
    Once data processing is finished; Springer will contact all corresponding authors and ask them to check their papers. Your quick interaction with Springer will be greatly appreciated.

Final papers after acceptance will normally be 10 pages with a maximum of 12 pages in length. The page count includes everything, including references and appendices. Please follow Springer’s proceedings LaTeX templates provided in Overleaf (https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/springer-lecture-notes-in-computer-science/kzwwpvhwnvfj#.WuA4JS5uZpi).

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Special Sessions

There are 8 (eight) finalized special sessions as listed below. All special session papers go through the same rigorous review process. Special sessions with only a small number of accepted papers will be canceled, and the accepted papers moved to the regular/main session.

  1. 1. Artificial Neural Networks and Pattern Recognition in Geosciences
  2. 2. Randomization-Based Deep and Shallow Learning Algorithms
  3. 3. Advances in deep and shallow machine learning algorithms for biomedical data and imaging
  4. 4. Smart Home Technologies & Services for the Wellbeing and Sustainability of Society
  5. 5. Theory and Applications of Natural Computing Paradigms
  6. 6. Uncertainty-aware Imitation Learning
  7. 7. Intelligent Transportation Analytics
  8. 8. Reliable, Robust, and Secure Machine Learning Algorithms

Please contact the Special Session co-Chair

Special Session co-Chairs:
Sunu Wibirawa Universitas Gajah Mada, Indonesia. Email: sunu@ugm.ac.id
Paul Pang Federation University Australia. Email: p.pang@federation.edu.au
Noor Akhmad Setiawan Universitas Gajah Mada, Indonesia. Email: noorwewe@ugm.ac.id

Detail Information

Special Events: AICS and CMDC

You are cordially invited to participate in the 2021 International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security (AICS2021) and the CDMC2021 data mining competition. The two events both in association with the 28th International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP2021), Bali, Indonesia.

The purpose of the 14th International Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security Workshop (AICS2021) is to raise the awareness of cybersecurity, promote the potential of industrial applications, and give young researchers exposure to the main issues related to the topic and to ongoing works in this area. AICS2021 will provide a forum for researchers, security experts, engineers, and research students to demonstrate new technologies, present latest research works, share ideas, and discuss future directions in the fields of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
https://asterius.federation.edu.au/csmining.org/cdmc2021/index.php?id=16

The CDMC2021 is a challenging, multi-month research and practice competition, focusing on application of knowledge discovery techniques to address cyber security challenges in real world applications. The competition is open to multi-person teams or individuals worldwide, particularly welcome university students, undergraduate or postgraduate in the field of data science, network engineering, cyber security, and artificial intelligence.
https://asterius.federation.edu.au/csmining.org/cdmc2021/index.php?id=1

Paper Submission

Online submission: https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=iconip2021  

Important: ICONIP 2021 can only receive full paper submission through this EasyChair.

Submissions should be in the Springer conference format.

Review style: single-blind, so author names do NOT need to be removed in your submission.

Workshops: are organized outside Springer OCS, so please use keywords to indicate workshop abbreviation and email the workshop organizer your paper number.

Papers should be written in English and follow the Springer LNCS format. Paper submissions is single-blind review, so author names can be shown in the submission. The submission of a paper implies that the paper is original and has not been submitted under review or is not copyright-protected elsewhere and will be presented by an author if accepted. All submitted papers will be refereed by experts in the field based on the criteria of originality, significance, quality, and clarity.

The Proceedings will be published in the Springer’s series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) and Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS). Selected papers will be published in a special issue of an SCI journal.

Final papers after acceptance will normally be 10 pages up to be a maximum of 12 pages in length. Submitted papers should be no longer than 12 pages. The page count includes everything, including references and appendices.

Call for Tutorials

ICONIP 2021 will feature tutorials covering topics related to neural information processing. You are invited to submit a tutorial proposal before 1 July 2021.
A tutorial proposal should include a Title, a Short introduction to the topic, An outline of the tutorial, an Expected length of the tutorial (2h or 4h), level of the tutorial (introductory or advanced), and Names, affiliations, websites, and bios of presenters.

Proposals should be submitted to Tutorials Co-Chairs:

  1. Suryono (email: suryono@fisika.fsm.undip.ac.id)
  2. M. Agni C. Bhakti (email: muhammad.bhakti@sampoernauniversity.ac.id)

Supported by

APNNS
Sampoerna University
LNCS
CCIS
SPRINGER
Universitas Nusa Mandiri - Jakarta
Universitas Diponegoro - Semarang
Universitas Indonesia
Bina Nusantara University
Politeknik Negeri Semarang
Universitas Gajah Mada - Jogyakarta
IEEE CIS