Call for Posters and Demo Proposals

IntelliSys 2019 is currently inviting posters and demo proposals for the conference. The posters and demos track presents an opportunity to publish late-breaking results, technical descriptions, smaller research contributions, works-in-progress and student projects in a concise and visible format. Accepted posters and demos will be displayed in the conference venue, including a designated poster / demo session, providing presenters with an opportunity to engage in discussion with other attendees around their research and indexing in the conference proceedings.

Demonstrations of applications, systems and tools with potential or realised impact in particular domains are therefore highly encouraged.

Authors are kindly invited to submit their poster/ demo proposals as per the schedule below,

Important Dates

  • Paper Submission Due: 15 December 2018
  • Acceptance Notification : 15 January 2019
  • Author Registration : 15 February 2019
  • Camera Ready Submission : 01 March 2019
  • Conference Dates : 5-6 September 2019

Poster Submissions

Authors are required to submit a poster paper. Poster papers should be minimum four pages, clearly describing the research questions addressed and their contribution to the research community. Poster Papers will also be published in the conference proceedings.

The format for the poster paper should be as follows:

  • Statement of Topic: A short title.
  • Abstract (Description): The abstract is a short description of your poster.
  • Purpose — What was the intent or goal of the study? What did you want to learn?
  • Background/Significance — What was the problem and why was it important? What knowledge are you building on?
  • Method — What was the design? What was the sample? What instruments were used? How was data collected and analyzed?
  • Results — What were the findings?
  • Conclusions — What do the findings mean?

Draft posters will be requested after the acceptance of poster paper. All submissions should be anonymised and will be reviewed by an international panel of experts.

Demo Submissions

Authors are required to submit a demo proposal. Demo proposals should be minimum three pages, clearly describing the research questions addressed and their contribution to the research community. As the proposal may be viewed without the demo, this should be written to stand alone as an independent submission. All submissions should be anonymised and will be reviewed by an international panel of experts.

The format for the proposal should be as follows:

  • Statement of Topic: A short title.
  • Abstract (Description): The abstract is a short description of your project.
  • Significance and Relevance of the Topic: Please include information about any trends in relation to the topic and possibly describe (or cite) evidence to that effect. Your objective here is to explain why the topic is significant.
  • Background — What was the problem and why was it important? What knowledge are you building on?
  • Method — What was the design? What was the sample? What instruments were used? How was data collected and analyzed?
  • Results — What were the findings?
  • Conclusions — What do the findings mean
  • Other Critical Information: Other notes that will help to evaluate your proposal according to the evaluation criteria described above.
  • Presenter(s) Background/Biography: Provide a brief biography addressing the presenter(s) qualifications for demoing the tool.

Important Notice

Demo and Posters papers will appear in post-conference proceedings and will be submitted to IEEE Xplore and various international indexes.

Participants with an accepted poster/demo paper must register for the conference and present their poster/demo during the Session. A space for demonstration/poster will be allocated to each participant.

Call for Papers - Conference Tracks

Artificial Intelligence

  • Deep Learning
  • Neural Networks
  • Fuzzy Logic
  • Expert Systems
  • Computational Intelligence
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Data Mining
  • Support Vector Machines
  • Biometrics
  • Sentiment Analysis

Machine Vision

  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Image/Video Processing
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Brain-Machine Interface
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Signal Processing
  • Medical Diagnosis
  • Segmentation Techniques
  • Augmented/Virtual Reality

Robotics

  • Humanoid Robots
  • Space and underwater robots
  • Assistive Robots
  • Mobile Robots
  • Autonomous Robots
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Telerobotics
  • Walking and Climbing Robots
  • Robotic Automation
  • Robot Localization and Map Building

Ambient Intelligence

  • Smart Cities
  • Internet of Things
  • Ambient Assisted Living
  • Smart Healthcare
  • Intelligent Transportation
  • Data Science
  • Sensing and Sensor Networks
  • Affective computing
  • Agents and Multi-agent Systems
  • Context-aware pervasive systems