SAI Conferences Call for Papers

About SAI Conferences

SAI Conferences are series of research and academic conferences that brings together some of the most devoted minds in the industry and academics to share ideas and showcase achievements.

In addition to giving researchers a place to present their findings and data, the conferences are also used to help increase public engagement with science and community. Our mission is to facilitate the creation of worldwide academic research communities by providing all the managerial and administrative capacities needed to deliver a comprehensive academic conference experience.

Our Conferences - Call for Papers

At SAI Conferences, we host a diverse array of conferences, each dedicated to exploring specific fields and emerging areas of interest. These conferences serve as a melting pot of ideas, where participants can present their research findings, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and absorb knowledge from esteemed speakers. Don't miss the chance to submit your research to one of our conferences. Check the website for the latest call for papers deadlines in your area of interest.

Why should you attend?

Brilliant Ideas

High-impact, collaborative and new approaches to some of the world’s toughest problems.

Unique and Expert Speakers

Our speakers represent the cream of research and development practitioners worldwide.

Global Audience

Previous conferences witnessed attendees from more than 55 countries.

Inspirational Learning

Bringing together a community of researchers from many fields to collaborate together to create lasting change.

Exceptional Opportunities

Showcase your achievements and exceptions to a truly global audience.

Devoted Researchers

Join some of the best minds as they speak about their research and share their experiences.

Unmatched Wisdom

Engage with the community, share insights, and learn about whats coming next.

Focussed Networking

Provides a free and open atmosphere where attendees talk and engage in creative ways

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Previous Speakers

Vinton (Vint) Cerf, Google

René Mayrhofer, Google

Benedict du Boulay, University of Sussex

Victor Bahl, Microsoft Research

Rick L. Stevens, Argonne National Lab

Kristin Lauter, Microsoft

John M. Cioffi, Stanford University

A.J. Brush, Microsoft

Robinson Piramuthu, eBay

Thomas L. Sterling, Indiana University

Iain Brown, SAS UK&I

Giulio Sandini, Italian Institute of Tech

Detlef D Nauck, BT Technology

Elizabeth Churchill, Google

Grega Milcinski, CEO, Sinergise

Philip Torr, University of Oxford

Roger Whitaker, Cardiff University

Juan Wachs, Purdue University

Nasseh Tabrizi

Klaus Doppler, Nokia Bell Labs

Cathy Pearl, Google

Chuck Easttom

David Tennenhouse, VMware

Richard New, Western Digital

Richard Vaughan, SFU

Murry Thom, D-Wave

Peter J. Bentley

Michael Gschwind, Huawei

Hugo Pinto, Accenture Digital

Hui Lei, CTO, IBM Watson Health Cloud

Robert Steele, Florida Polytechnic Uni

Ann Blandford, UCL Digital Health

Eerke Boiten, De Montfort University

Nikola Serbedzija, Fraunhofer FOKUS

Saeid Nahavandi - Deakin University

Tsuguo Nobe, Intel Corp.

David Stupples, City University London

John Martinis - Google & UCSB

James Hendler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Kevin Leyton-Brown, UBC

Ann Cavoukian, Ex-Privacy Commissioner

Nuria Oliver, Vodafone

Valentina Salapura, IBM Watson

Irina Rish, IBM Watson

Ella Atkins, University of Michigan

Laura Haas, IBM

James Loudermilk, FBI

Arjuna Chala, HPCC Systems

Marta Kwiatkowska, University of Oxford
John Fox, Oxford and Warwick Universities

Peter Robinson, U of Cambridge

John Daugman, Cambridge

Thomas Sterling, Indiana University

Flavio Villanustre, HPCC Systems

Hans Georg Zimmermann

Jane Macfarlane, HERE

Fahim Kawsar, Bell Labs

Muriel Médard, MIT

Karlheinz Meier, Heidelberg Uni

David Stupples

Mischa Dohler

Kevin Warwick