Wednesday, 13 December 2017

CFP: WCCI Special Session on Computational Intelligence for Cognitive-Cyber-Physical Autonomous Systems (CI-C2PAS)

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - July, 8-13 2018

Special Session Web Site:

Aim and Scope

Computational Intelligence Techniques have been very successful at the interaction of cognitive-cyber-physical autonomous systems. CI techniques have been used for technologies sitting at the human-machine interface to analyse the interaction between the cognitive and cyber domain. Equally, CI has been successful for cyber security and physical robotics such as autonomous vehicles and unmanned aerial systems. The aim of this special session is to bring together success stories in theory and applications of CI techniques in the C2P domain and to showcase recent advances in these fast emerging research areas.

Research Topics

CI for Human-Machine Autonomous Systems:
- Adaptive Automation
- Adaptive Interfaces and Interface Design
- Brain Computing
- Cognitive-Cyber Symbiosis
- Human-Autonomy Teaming
- Human-Brain Interface
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Workload and Mental load Modelling
- CI for Cyber-Physical Autonomous Systems

Autonomic Systems:
- Cognitive Computing
- Cognitive fault detection and diagnosis systems
- Cyber Robots
- Ground Vehicles
- Ethics of C2PAS
- Intelligent sensor networks
- Surface Water Vehicles
- Swarm Systems
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
- Underwater Vehicles
- Cognitive fault-diagnosis systems
- Smart objects and Internet of Things

Applications of C2PAS:
- Applications in Agriculture
- Applications in Bioinformatics
- Applications in Critical-Infrastructure Monitoring
- Applications in Defence
- Application in Education
- Applications in Entertainment
- Applications in Health
- Applications in Psychology and Cognitive Science
- Applications in Social Media
- Applications in Security
- Applications in Smart home/building

Trusted Autonomy for C2PAS:
- Trust Detection
- Trust Evaluation
- Trusted Machine Learning
- Trust Modelling
- Trust Monitoring
- Trusted Optimisation
- Trusted Simulation Environments
- Trusted Systems


Paper submission: 15th January 2018

Paper Decision notification: 15th March 2018

Camera-ready submission: 1st May 2018

Conference Dates: July, 8-13 2018


Papers submitted to this hybrid special session will appear in the IJCNN proceedings.
Please submit your paper to IJCNN and follow the instructions at WCCI Paper Instructions:


Hussein A. Abbass, University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia
Jianhua Ma, Hosei University, Japan
Manuel Roveri, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Christian Wagner, Nottingham, UK

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