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9–13 August 2021 The 3rd International Conference on Symmetry


It is our great pleasure to invite you to the Symmetry 2021 - The 3rd International Conference on Symmetry, supported by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation, Center for Advanced Studies in Mathematics and the MDPI journal Symmetry, will be held virtually, from 9 August to 13 August, 2021.

This event, therefore, aims to promote the discussion and exchange of cutting edge knowledge and ideas of symmetry in a variety of subjects ranging from physics, chemistry, mathematics, and computer science, to biology.

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18–21 May 2021 13th International Conference on Computational Heat Mass and Momentum Transfer

Paris, France

Computational techniques and methods are an evolutionary field, from macroscopic-level to nano-level, using continuum and discrete mechanics. It is necessary for scientists and engineers to come together every two years in a relaxed environment to discuss new ideas and developments in the area of computational methods and applications, especially in the topic of fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer in nonreactive and reactive processes. In addition, it is good opportunity for new scientists and engineers to explore the art of computational methods. Submission of contributions to this Special Issue is encouraged for all participants of the ICCHMT conference (

Prof. Dr. Abdulmajeed A. Mohamad
Prof. Dr. Paweł Ocłoń
Prof. Dr. Smaine Kouidri
Prof. Dr. Farid Bakir
Guest Editors

14–18 June 2021 Joint European Thermodynamics Conference 2021

Prague, Czech Republic

Methods and concepts of equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics appear in various areas of physics, engineering, sciences and humanities. This wide range of applicability is a source of inspiration, but also a cause of separation and divergence. This conference aims to improve the interaction and pull together the various application areas and theoretical branches to develop a more powerful and more applicable discipline. In particular, we would like to attract experts from areas close to thermodynamics like engineering, applied mathematics, numerics and machine learning.

In the Mini-Symposia various specific thermodynamic related topics are introduced by experts and discussed with the audience. The presentations of the participants are organized in the Sessions, according to their topics. The interaction is enhanced also by poster sessions along the coffee breaks.

You are cordially invited to submit your contribution until January 18, 2021.

The JETC conferences were established in 1989 under the name Journées Européennes de Thermodynamique Contemporaine by ECAST, the European Center for Advanced Studies in Thermodynamics.
As it was desirable to enlarge the scope of the conferences and to unite thermodynamics across Europe, the conferences changed name in 2007 to Joint European Thermodynamics Conference while the acronym remained the same. This time it will be for the first time in a hybrid format bringing together participants in Prague and online participants.

Plenary speakers

  • Martin Z. Bazant (MIT) – Electrochemical nonequilibrium thermodynamics
  • Udo Seifert (Stuttgart) – Stochastic thermodynamics and the thermodynamic uncertainty relation with applications
  • Hugo Touchette (Stellenbosch) – Large deviations and statistical physics

Topics of the Mini-Symposia

  • Stochastic processes and thermodynamics. Large deviations vs. linear response theory
  • Foundation, theories, and philosophy of thermodynamics 
  • Definition and origin of entropy 
  • Numerics for thermodynamics and thermodynamics for numerics 
  • Thermodynamics on small scales  
  • Where are the limits of thermodynamics in nonequilibrium situations? 
  • Biothermodynamics 
  • Machine learning and thermodynamics

Topics of the Sessions

  • Thermodynamics and multiscale dynamics
  • How to teach thermodynamics
  • Thermodynamics and geometry
  • Thermodynamics and quantum physics
  • Thermodynamics and relativity
  • Rigorous mathematics and thermodynamics
  • Thermodynamics of diffusion and porous media
  • Contribution of thermodynamics to efficiency and optimization
  • Computation of thermodynamic properties
  • Driven (externally and internally) systems, boundary conditions and interfaces (spatial coupling of models)
  • Thermodynamics in social sciences (e.g. in economy)
  • Solid mechanics and thermodynamics
  • Engineering thermodynamics
  • Heat transfer and superfluids
  • Experimental thermodynamics
  • Kinetic theory and thermodynamics

General Chairs

  • Václav Klika, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Michal Pavelka, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic [email protected]

1–3 July 2021 11th Polish Symposium on Physics in Economy and Social Sciences


The Polish Symposium on Physics in Economy and Social Sciences has a traditon of gathering physicists, economist and social scientists interested in application of physical methods in economy and social sciences.

The Symposium focuses on:

  • Structure and evolution of complex networks in socio-economic context.
  • Role of complex adaptive systems in socio-economic phenomena and processes.
  • Dynamic of conflicts and social polarisation.
  • Behavioural modelling and irrational choice, the role of random chance and information in economic and social phenomena.
  • Modelling of opinion evolution and the spread of innovation.
  • Complexity and emergence in socio-economic systems.
  • Computational methods in economy and social sciences.
  • Financial time series: equilibrium and non-equilibrium properties, linear and non-linear, fractal and multifractal, memory effects, correlations and dependencies, non-stationarity.
  • Random matrix theory.
  • Game theory.
  • Algorithmic value investing on stock market.
  • Thermodynamic formalism in economy.
  • Role of non-extensiveness on financial markets.
  • Role of extreme and superextreme events on financial markets.
  • Risk management and propagation of risk vs. share of wallet; financial engineering.
  • Models of market dynamics, especially agent-based models in micro- and macroscale.

Invited speakers:

  • Stanisław Drożdż (Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences and Cracow University of Technology, Poland)
  • Serge Galam (Centre for Political Research, Sciences Po, and CNRS, France)
  • Shlomo Havlin (Department of Physics, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel)
  • Janusz Hołyst (Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
  • Adam Kleczkowski (University of Strathclyde, Scotland)
  • Krzysztof Kułakowski (Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland)
  • Fabrizio Lillo (Dipartimento di Matematica, Università di Bologna, Italy)
  • Thomas Lux (Department of Economics, University of Kiel, Germany)
  • Rosario N. Mantegna (Palermo University, Italy)
  • Tiziana Di Matteo (King’s College London, UK)
  • Ryszard Kutner (Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland)
  • Frank Schweitzer (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Didier Sornette (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron (Wrocław Technical University, Poland)
  • Boleslaw Szymanski (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA)

11–16 July 2021 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT2021)

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

In 2021, the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT) will be held 11–16 July at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Center in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. ISIT was last held in Australia in 2005, in Adelaide.

ISIT is the premier international conference dedicated to the advancement of information theory and related areas. It brings together an international community of researchers and practitioners each year in the field of information theory to present and discuss new research results and perspectives on future developments relevant to all areas of information theory, including big data analytics, source and channel coding, communication theory and systems, cryptography and security, detection and estimation, emerging applications, networks, network coding, information theory, signal processing, and statistical/machine learning.

Hosted by the IEEE Information Theory Society, ISIT 2021 will feature contributed papers, the Shannon lecture and plenary talks, as well as tutorial sessions.

21–23 July 2021 GSI’21 Geometric Science of Information: LEARNING GEOMETRIC STRUCTURES

Paris, France

As for GSI’13, GSI’15, GSI’17 and GSI’19 (, the objective of this SEE GSI’21 conference, hosted in PARIS, is to bring together pure/applied mathematicians and engineers, with common interest for Geometric tools and their applications for Information analysis.

It emphasizes an active participation of young researchers to discuss emerging areas of collaborative research on “Geometric Science of Information and their Applications”.

Current and ongoing uses of Information Geometry Manifolds in applied mathematics are the following: Advanced Signal/Image/Video Processing, Complex Data Modeling and Analysis, Information Ranking and Retrieval, Coding, Cognitive Systems, Optimal Control, Statistics on Manifolds, Topology/Machine/Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Speech/sound recognition, natural language treatment, Big Data Analytics, Learning for Robotics, etc., which are substantially relevant for industry.

The Conference will be therefore held in areas of topics of mutual interest with the aim to:

  • Provide an overview on the most recent state-of-the-art
  • Exchange mathematical information/knowledge/expertise in the area
  • Identify research areas/applications for future collaboration

23–25 July 2021 2021 International Conference on Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Statistics (CFAIS 2021)

Dalian, China

2021 International Conference on Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Statistics (CFAIS 2021) will be held in Dalian, China on 2325 July 2021.

CFAIS 2021 will be commenced by creating an amalgamated global platform where enthusiastic researches, policymakers, stakeholders and intellectual scholars getting together for a common purpose of identifying the challenges and issues in Artificial Intelligence and Statistics to solve the particular issues by their combined research findings.

CFAIS 2021 brings you a unique experience with the speeches from renowned speakers, best presentations, networking opportunities and many more.

CFAIS 2021 is organized by The Hong Kong Society of Robotics and Automation (HKSRA).

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Approximate inference
  • Bayesian models and estimation
  • Business Process Intelligence
  • Causality
  • Classification
  • Clustering
  • Deep learning including optimization
  • Density estimation
  • Game theory
  • Gaussian processes
  • Generalization and architectures
  • Graphical models
  • Including learning with privacy and fairness
  • Interpretability and robustness
  • Kernel methods
  • Logic and probability
  • Multi-agent systems
  • No-regret learning
  • Non-Bayesian models and estimation
  • Nonparametric models
  • Regression
  • Reinforcement learning, planning, control
  • Relational learning
  • Software for and applications of AI and statistics
  • Solicited topics
  • Sparsity and compressed sensing
  • Statistical and computational learning theory
  • Structured prediction
  • Topic models
  • Trustworthy learning
  • Unsupervised and semi-supervised learning

1–5 August 2021 32nd IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics

Coventry, England

The conference is the XXXII in a series of meetings of scientists working in the domain of Computational Physics.

Main topics
  • statistical mechanics and complex systems
  • soft matter, biophysics
  • materials and nano-science
  • fluid dynamics
  • quantum many-body physics
  • quantum computing
  • lattice field theory
  • astrophysics, gravitation, cosmology
  • novel hardware and software
  • computational physics education
  • machine learning and algorithms
  • geophysics and porous media

16 August–10 September 2021 Probability, Integrability, and Conformal Invariance

New York, NY, USA

Organized by: Eldad Bettelheim, Ilya Gruzberg, Hakan Hedenmalm, Alisa Knizel, and Paul Wiegmann.

In recent years, the convergence of several topics in mathematics and physics have led to exciting developments in the study of fundamental problems in field theory, statistical mechanics, and probability theory. A deeper understanding has been gained of hidden symmetries associated with integrable structures and conformal invariance underlying and unifying different models and phenomena. Examples include conformal field theories and quantum Hall effects, and probabilists studying Schramm-Loewner evolutions, which led to spectacular results in two-dimensional statistical mechanics. More recently, these ideas have been extended to Liouville quantum gravity and Gaussian multiplicative chaos. Other developments are related to the renewed interest in inverse scattering and integrable systems in the context of the Ads/CFT. This interest has also led to developments in the area of non-equilibrium dynamics of exactly solvable systems and exact results in interacting particle systems such as asymmetric simple exclusion process and its generalizations. All these areas and subjects also have been linked with random matrices, an eternally beautiful and fruitful source of problems and ideas.

The program aims to bring together both mathematicians and physicists in order to discuss formal concepts that are fundamental to our understanding of solvable problems in statistical mechanics, field theory, and probability theory.

22–26 August 2021 Microscopy Conference 2021 Joint Meeting of Dreiländertagung & Multinational Congress on Microscopy

Messe Wien I Vienna, Austria

Conference chairs:

Prof. Dr. Johannes Bernardi

Prof. Dr. Michael Stöger-Pollach

Prof. Dr. Stefan Löffler

Technische Universität Wien, USTEM

1040 Vienna, Austria

Hosting societies:

The MC 2021 is an EMS extension and jointly organized by

  • ASEM – Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy
  • CMS – Croatian Microscopy Society
  • CSMS – Czechoslovak Microscopy Society
  • DGE – German Society for Electron Microscopy e.V.
  • HSM – Hungarian Society for Microscopy
  • SDM – Slovenian Society for Microscopy
  • SISM – Italian Society of Microscopical Sciences
  • SSM – Serbian Society for Microscopy
  • SSOM – Swiss Society for Optics and Microscopy
  • TEMD – Turkish Society for Electron Microscopy


The official conference language is English.

No simultaneous translation will be provided.

Area of expertise:


Deadline Call for Abstracts-submission: 21 February 2021 online at

7–10 September 2021 Vienna Quantum Foundations Conference (VQF-CON 2021)

Vienna, Austria

The field of Quantum Foundations aims at understanding the fundamental concepts and the mathematical framework of quantum physics, with the ambition to better comprehend the theory, to reformulate it, and to propose generalizations that may be relevant for future physics. Since the initial development of quantum mechanics in the 1920’s, its spectacular success notwithstanding, the question of what quantum theory is actually telling us about the world remains largely unanswered. Achieving a better understanding of quantum theory is of paramount importance for its applications and for combining it with other physical theories like General Relativity. Moreover, studying foundational questions often opens up new surprising avenues, as the modern advances in quantum communication and computing demonstrate.

The first Vienna Quantum Foundations Conference is organized by the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information-Vienna (Austrian Academy of Sciences). Continuing a long tradition of quantum physics in Vienna, the conference brings together leading international researchers in this field to discuss and shape the future of quantum foundations.

Invited Speakers:
Antonio Acin
Markus Aspelmayer
Howard Barnum
Sougato Bose
Nicolas Brunner
Rafael Chaves
Giulio Chiribella
Chris Fuchs
Flaminia Giacomini
Philip Goyal
Daniel Greenberger *
Lucien Hardy
Matt Leifer
Chiara Marletto
Lluis Masanes
Tomasz Paterek
Matt Pusey
Renato Renner
Carlo Rovelli *
Ana Belen Sainz
Valerio Scarani
Urbasi Sinha
Aephraim Steinberg
Gregor Weihs
Stefan Wolf
Marek Zukowski
Magdalena Zych
* To be confirmed

Panel: “Philosophical aspects of physics – The relevance of philosophy for quantum physics and beyond.”
Jeff Bub
Nicolas Gisin
Stephan Hartmann
Leah Henderson
Raphael Sorkin
Anton Zeilinger

Panel “Challenges to combine quantum theory and gravity.”
Harvey Brown
Chiara Marletto
William Unruh
Magdalena Zych

Panel “Are there clouds on the bright sky of physics? – Because of the promise of quantum technologies, are we forgetting about quantum foundations? An overview of current research directions and future challenges for quantum foundations."
Alexia Auffeves
Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano
Reinhard Werner
William Wootters

12–19 September 2021 The 2021 Summit of the International Society for the Study of Information (IS4SI 2021)


The Summit is a biannual event consisting of several co-located conferences on the subject of information with plenary lectures and discussions intended as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information about recent developments and achievements in research on information in the diverse perspectives and methodological frameworks for the purpose of fostering cooperation, integration and cross-fertilization in this domain of study. This time the Summit will be online, free of conference fee. Please visit the web site of the summit (IS4SI 2021) for the important dates, abstract submission instructions, and contribution publication options.


17–19 September 2021 2021 International Joint Conference on Energy, Electrical and Power Engineering (CoEEPE 2021)

Frankfurt, Germany

You are cordially invited to submit your contribution until 15 August 2021

Conference publications

The accepted and registered papers will be sent to be published in the digital conference proceeding, which will be submitted to be indexed by major citation databases such as Ei Compendex, SCOPUS, Google Scholar, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA), Inspec, SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR), EBSCO, CrossRef, Thomson Reuters (WoS), etc. A selection of good papers can be recommended to journal for publication after significant extension


include, but are not limited to

  • Analogue and Digital Signal Processing 
  • Artificial Intelligence 
  • Big Data and Data Processing 
  • Bioenergy and Utilization 
  • Communication Systems 
  • Control Theory and Optimisation 
  • Diagnosis and Sensing Systems 
  • Distributed Generation 
  • Electric Vehicles (EVs)  
  • Electrical Generators

19–22 September 2021 Heat Powered Cycles Conference 2021

Bilbao, Spain

You are cordially invited to submit your contribution until June 12, 2021 FIRM DEADLINE.


  • 1. Robert Hanlon - MIT-USA
  • 2. Aliakbar Akbarzadeh - RMIT - Australia
  • 3. Andreas Weib - Fakultät Maschinenbau/Umwelttechnik - Germany
  • 4. Yuri Aristov - Boreskov Institute of Catalysis - Russia
  • 5. Giorgio Besagni - Polytechnic of Milan - Italy
  • 6. Zacharie Tamainot-Telto - Warwick University - UK

Conference publications


The subject areas of particular interest include (but not limited to):
   * Heat and mass transfer phenomena
   * Compact heat exchanger research including foams and micro-channels
   * Nanofluids heat transfer, transport, and thermal properties
   * Thermodynamic process optimization and modelling
   * Working fluids and heat transfer fluids
   * Thermoeconomic analysis
   * Intelligent Thermal Energy Systems

The technologies of particular interest include (but not limited to):
   * Thermodynamic cycles (hybrid cycles, Sorption Cycles, Organic Rankine Cycles, Stirling cycle machines)
   * Thermo-acoustic engines and coolers
   * Sorption cycle refrigerators and heat pumps (thermal and chemical)
   * Jet-pump (ejector) machines
   * Temperature amplifiers (heat transformers)
   * Desalination of brackish water and seawater
   * Thermal waste-water treatment

General Chairs

Local Chairs
Conference Chair
Prof. Jesús María Blanco Ilzarbe from the Universidad del País Vasco / E.H.U.
Dr. Jesús Esarte San Martín (NAITEC), Spain
Marcelino Sánchez González (CENER), Spain

Organizing Committee
Scientific Chair
Prof. (FH) Dr.-Ing. Markus Preißinger (illwerke vkw Endowed Professor for Energy Efficiency, Energy Research Center, University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg, Austria)

Review Chair
Dr. Roger Riehl (National Institute for Space Research, Brasil)

Executive Committee
Prof. Dr. Ian W. Eames (University of Nottingham, UK)
Dr. Mike Tierney (University of Bristol, UK)

30 September–1 October 2021 1st International Conference on Novelties in Intelligent Digital Systems

Athens, Greece

NiDS2021 is the upcoming Conference of the series of Novelties in Intelligent Digital Systems Conferences being dedicated to the application and incorporation of intelligent techniques in systems and software. NiDS2021 places a special emphasis on the novelties of intelligent methods and interdisciplinary research for enabling, supporting and promoting AI techniques in software development.

To support a robust and qualitative review process, NiDS2021 is organized into 3 tracks:
I. Big Data & IoT Technologies and applications;
II. Intelligent Information Processing applications;
III. Intelligent Custom Software Development and applications.

6–9 October 2021 Data Science in Health - IEEE DSAA'2021

Porto, Portugal

AI affects every aspect of human lives with a especial impact on healthcare. Healthcare can benefit broadly from the advances in AI, going beyond the commonly known classical data intensive clinical health domains like medical imaging and electronic health records. The amount of health-related data generated spans the whole life span, covering besides clinical health data increasingly also self-monitoring data from wearables and non-medical sources. Researchers recognize that most of the technical and research challenges that AI experts face when dealing with the healthcare resources are data related. Dealing with the complexity of storing and accessing heterogeneous data is one of the main research areas when using AI models in the medical domain. Unstructured data represents a powerful resource that can help drive competitive advantage but also it challenges researchers on extracting patterns from them.

Another challenge in medical data processing is the uncertainty of machine learning models. Despite the continuing progress of machine learning accuracy in the medical domain, trust in these models remains an issue. This is especially true with the significant leaps of progress in adopting deep learning in the medical domain, because of the black-box nature of the produced models.

This special session invites contributors form both academia and the industry to submit research achieved results on different machine learning and information theoretic methods applied in the medical domain. Topics addressing uncertainty of machine learning methods, and explainability of back-box models, interoperability, federated databases and integration of sources spanning the life of the patient are especially welcome, but we also we welcome contributions from the wider domain of medical information processing. The goal of this session is to make the health sector familiar with the ways in which AI can help the health sector, and to frame data mining research in the context of what medical researchers can expect from their data.

15–17 October 2021 The 14th International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (ICCSIT 2021)

Paris, France

The 14th International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (ICCSIT 2021), which will be held in Paris, France during 15–17 October, 2021. ICCSIT 2021 is a forum for presenting excellent results and new challenges facing the field of computer science and information technology. It brings together experts from industry, governments and academia, experienced in engineering, design and research.

The conference has been held since 2008. Over the past thirteen years, ICCSIT has developed into a well established conference covering topics from artificial intelligence to bioinformatics, theory and techniques for the design, application. The ICCSIT 2021 offers a rich program, including keynote speeches, regular presentations, four workshops, academic visiting or tour. We need your contribution and participation to make it a successful event.

17–21 October 2021 2021 IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW2021)

Kanazawa, Japan

The 2021 IEEE Information Theory Workshop (ITW2021) is currently scheduled to be held October 17-21, 2021 as a hybrid in-person/online event.

The in-person component will be held at Kanazawa Bunka Hall in Kanazawa, Japan. If it become necessary to hold an online-only event, every effort will be made to provide networking opportunities and an interactive  experience, while remaining a venue for dissemination of top-quality research in information theory.

Kanazawa is located in the middle of Honshu, the main island of Japan, and can conveniently be reached by train or airplane from Tokyo. Bordered by the Sea of Japan and the Japanese Alps, Kanazawa was also recognized as the worlds’s first UNESCO Creative City in the field of crafts and folk art. Kanazawa Bunka Hall is centrally located in Kanazawa, with easy access to hotels, restaurants and transportation.

We seek original contributions in all areas of information theory and coding, including but not limited to:
- Low-Latency Communication
- Information-Theoretic Security
- Machine Learning for Communication
- Codes in the Cloud

24–26 October 2021 The 39th Conference “Operation Research – Methods & Applications” In honour of Professor Władysław Bukietyński ORMA 2020

Będlewo, Poland

This conference is under the patronage of Committee on Statistic and Econometrics Polish Academy of Sciences. ORMA2020 creates an opportunity to present experience, innovative solutions and to share the applications of OR in Poland and it is divided into four sections:

  1. Decision Making Support Systems
  2. Behavioural Operations Research
  3. IT Aspects of Operations Research
  4. Practical Issues – Case Studies

27–28 October 2021 Econophysics Colloquium 2021

Lyon, France

Econophysics Colloquium is an annual meeting on Econophysics that brings together physicists, economists and practitioners to discuss statistical methods, quantitative measures, modeling approaches, numerical simulations and non-conventional data mining methods applied to financial and socioeconomic systems.

12–15 November 2021 The 13th International Conference on Signal Processing Systems (ICSPS 2021)

Shanghai, China

International Conference on Signal Processing Systems (ICSPS) is an annual conference. Since the first edition was held in Singapore in 2009, ICSPS has successfully held twelve editions in New Zealand, China, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, etc. For 2021, The 13th International Conference on Signal Processing Systems (ICSPS 2021) will be held at East China Normal University, China during November 12-15, 2021. The conference committee invites submissions of applied or theoretical research as well as of application-oriented papers on all the topics around Signal Processing Systems. Papers submitted to ICSPS 2021 will be subject to a double-blind peer review based on originality, contributions, presentation, relevance to conference, etc.

30 November–2 December 2021 10th International Conference on Complex Networks & Their Applications (Complex Networks 2021)

Madrid, Spain

You are cordially invited to submit your contribution until 2 September 2021.


  • Marc Barthélémy CEA France
  • Ginestra Bianconi Queen Mary University of London UK
  • João Gama University of Porto Portugal
  • Dirk Helbing ETH Zürich Switzerland
  • Yizhou Sun UCLA USA
  • Alessandro Vespignani Northeastern University USA

TUTORIALS (29 November 2021)

  • Elisabeth Lex Graz University of Technology Austria
  • Giovanni Petri ISI Foundation Italy


Full papers (not previously published up to 12 pages) and Extended Abstracts (about published or unpublished research up to 4 pages) are welcome.

  • Papers will be included in the conference proceedings edited by Springer
  • Extended abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts (with ISBN)

Extended  versions  will  be  invited  for publication in special issues of international journals:

  • Applied   Network    Science  edited  by  Springer
  • Complex Systems
  • Computational Social Networks edited by Springer
  • Network Science edited by Cambridge University Press
  • PLOS one
  • Social Network Analysis and Mining edited by  Springer


Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Models of Complex Networks
  • Structural Network Properties and Analysis
  • Complex Networks and Epidemics
  • Community Structure in Networks
  • Community Discovery in Complex Networks
  • Motif Discovery in Complex Networks
  • Network Mining
  • Network embedding methods
  • Machine learning with graphs
  • Dynamics and Evolution
  • Patterns of Complex Networks
  • Link Prediction
  • Multilayer Networks
  • Network Controllability
  • Synchronization in Networks
  • Visual Representation of Complex Networks
  • Large-scale Graph Analytics
  • Social Reputation, Influence, and Trust
  • Information Spreading in Social Media
  • Rumour and Viral Marketing in Social Networks
  • Recommendation Systems and Complex Networks
  • Financial and Economic Networks
  • Complex Networks and Mobility
  • Biological and Technological Networks
  • Mobile call Networks
  • Bioinformatics and Earth Sciences Applications
  • Resilience and Robustness of Complex Networks
  • Complex Networks for Physical Infrastructures
  • Complex Networks, Smart Cities and Smart Grids
  • Political networks
  • Supply chain networks
  • Complex networks and information systems
  • Complex networks and CPS/IoT
  • Graph signal processing
  • Cognitive Network Science
  • Network Medicine
  • Network Neuroscience
  • Quantifying success through network analysis
  • Temporal and spatial networks
  • Historical Networks 


Rosa Maria Benito Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Hocine Cherifi University of Burgundy, France

Esteban Moro Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain


Jon Crowcroft University of Cambridge, UK

Raissa D'Souza UC Davis, USA

Eugene Stanley Boston University, USA

Ben Y. Zhao University of Chicago, USA


Chantal Cherifi University of Lyon, France

Luis M. Rocha Indiana University, USA

Marta Sales-Pardo Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain


Jesús Gomez Gardeñes University of Zaragoza, Spain

Regino Criado Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid, Spain

Huijuan Wang TU Delft, Netherlands


Manuel Marques Pita Universidade Lusófona, Portugal

Taha Yasseri University of Oxford, UK

José Javier Ramasco IFISC, Spain


Luca Maria Aiello Nokia-Bell Labs, UK

Leto Peel Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium


Javier Galeano Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain


Benjamin Renoust Osaka University, Japan

Xiangjie Kong Dalian University of Technology, China


Roberto Interdonato CIRAD, France


Sabrina Gaito Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy


Matteo Zignani Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy


Stephany Rajeh University of Burgundy, France


Juan  Carlos  Losada Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

10–13 December 2021 2021 IEEE 7th International Conference on Computer and Communications (ICCC)

Chengdu, China

textICCC is initiated in 2015. It is organized by Sichuan Institute of Electronics, sponsored by IEEE, and supported by Southwest Jiaotong University, Sichuan University etc. As annual conference, it will be held in Chengdu every year, where more than 500 attendees from 12 countries all around the world have taken part. 2021 IEEE 7th International Conference on Computer and Communications (ICCC) will be held in Chengdu, China once again on 10–13 December 2021. On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we warmly invite you, Computer and Communications scientist, engineer or technician, graduate student, or simply interested by the technique, to take part in this unique and innovative conference with your enthusiasm to develop, your desire to apply and your willingness to mature the Computer and Communications technique and their applications.

Prospective authors are invited to submit research papers in the following areas, but not limited to:


► Algorithms     

► Autonomic and Trusted Computing

► 5G      

► AI in Communication

► Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning   

► Big Data

► Blockchain Technology             

► Biomedical Informatics and Computation

► Computer Architecture             

► Data Compression

► High-Performance Computing              

► Image Processing

► Information and Its Technical Education          

► Mobile Computing

► Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing    

► Network Security and Cryptography

► Parallel and Distributing Computing  

► Robotics Technology

► Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering     

► Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

► Virtual Reality and Visualization           

► Wireless and Sensor Devices

► Crowdsourcing and Information Retrieval (Big Data) and many more 


► RF and Microwave Communication          

► Antenna and Propagation

► Microwave Theory and Techniques           

► Remote Sensing and GPS

► Integrated Optics and Electro-optics Devices        

► Techniques of Laser and Applications of Electro-optics

► Signal, Image and Video Processing          

► Wireless Communications

► Network Communication and many more             

► RF and Microwave devices

► RF, Microwave and millimeter circuit       

► Modulation, Coding, and Channel Analysis

► Electromagnetic and Photonics  

► Optical Electronic Devices & Photonics

► Signal Detection and Parameter Estimation           

► Speech and Audio Processing

► Communications Transmission

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