Wednesday 21 December 2016

Call for Papers: The Second International Conference of Data Mining and Big Data (DMBD'2017)

( 30, 2017)

DMBD'2017: Call for Papers and Proposals of Special Sessions

Name: The Second International Conference of Data Mining and Big Data (DMBD'2017)



Dates: July 27- August 01, 2017

Location: Fukuoka, Japan


Important Dates:

Jan. 01, 2017: Deadline for Special Session Proposals.

Jan. 30, 2017: Deadline for Paper Submissions.


Submission Details: Prospective authors are invited to contribute their original and high-quality papers to DMBD'2017 through the online submission page at

The Second International Conference on Data Mining and Big Data (DMBD¡¯2017) serves as an

international forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange latest advantages in theories,

technologies, and applications of data mining and big data. The DMBD¡¯2017 is the second event

after the successful first event (DMBD¡¯2016) at Bali Island of Indonesia from June 25-29, 2016,

which attracted more than one hundred of delegates from all over the world to attend and share

their latest achievements, innovative ideas, marvelous designs and excel implementations. 

Prospective authors are invited to contribute high-quality papers (6-12 pages) to DMBD¡¯2017 through Online Submission System ( Papers presented at DMBD¡¯2017 will be published in Springer¡¯s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (indexed by EI, ISTP, DBLP, SCOPUS, Web of Knowledge ISI Thomson, etc.), some high-quality papers will be selected for SCI-indexed International Journals.

For details, please visit conference official website:

Sponsored by Kyushu University, Peking University. Technically Co-sponsored by IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, Japan Chapter of IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, 

World Federation of Soft Computing, International Neural Network Society, Springer-Verlag, etc.(more to be added).

The DMBD¡¯2017 will be held in the center of the Fukuoka City. Historical city, Fukuoka, is the 5th

largest city in Japan with 1.6 million populations and locates at the northern end of the Kyushu

Island and is the economical and cultural center of whole Kyushu Island. Because of its closeness to

the Asian mainland, Fukuoka has been an important harbor city for many centuries. Today's

Fukuoka is the product of the fusion of two cities in the year 1889, when the port city of Hakata

and the former castle town of Fukuoka were united into one city called Fukuoka.  

We are sure that you will have a wonderful experience of visiting Fukuoka of Japan during the DMBD'2017.


General Co-chairs:

Prof. Ying Tan (China)

Prof. Hideyuki TAKAGI (Japan)

Program Co-chair:

Prof. Yuhui Shi (USA)


DMBD'2017 Secretariat



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