Call for Demo Papers

The 2014 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners to report up-to-the-minute innovations and developments, summarize state-of-the-art, and exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of systems science and engineering, human machine systems, and cybernetics. The goal of the Demo Papers category is to promote applied research and applications, as well as facilitate collaboration between industrial and academic members of the SMC community. Demo papers are intended to provide opportunities for participants from industry to demonstrate their technological advancements.

Authors are invited to submit demo papers (two-column format, 2 pages max + short video of the demo). Topics of interest from the three principal areas of the SMC Society include, but are not limited to:

Systems Science & Engineering Human-Machine Systems Cybernetics
Communications Assistive Technology Agent-Based Modeling
Conflict Resolution Augmented Cognition Artificial Immune Systems
Consumer and Industrial Applications Brain-based Information Artificial Life
Control of Uncertain Systems Communications Biometric Systems and Bioinformatics
Cooperative Systems and Control Design Methods Computational Intelligence
Decision Support Systems Entertainment Engineering Computational Life Science
Discrete Event Systems and Petri Nets Human-Computer Interaction Cybernetics for Informatics
Distributed Intelligent Systems Human Factors Evolutionary Computation
Enterprise Architecture and Engineering Human Performance Modeling Fuzzy Systems Knowledge-based Systems
Enterprise Information Systems Human-Machine Cooperation & Systems Information Assurance & Intelligent Multimedia Computation
Fault Monitoring and Diagnosis Human-Machine Interface and Communications Heuristic Algorithms
Intelligent Power Grid Web Intelligence and Interaction Hybrid models of Neural Networks
Smart Metering  Virtual and Augmented Reality Systems Image Processing/Pattern
Infrastructure Systems & Services Homeland Security Interactive and Digital Media Fuzzy Systems and their applications
Intelligent Green Production Systems Interactive Design Science & Engineering Intelligent Internet Systems
Intelligent Transportation Systems Kansei (sense/emotion) Engineering Knowledge Acquisition in Intelligent
Large-Scale System of Systems Medical Informatics Machine Learning
Manufacturing Systems and Automation Multimedia Systems Machine Vision
Mechatronics Multi-user Interaction Media Computing
Micro and/or Nano Systems Resilience Engineering Medical Informatics
Quality/Reliability Engineering Supervisory Control Neural Networks and their Applications
Robotic Systems Systems Safety and Security Optimization
Service Systems & Organizations Team Performance and Training Systems Self-Organization
Smart Sensor Networks User Interface Design Swarm Intelligence 
System Modeling and Control Wearable Computing  
Technology Assessment  

 

Submission of Demo Papers and Videos

IEEE format guidelines and instructions for submitting demo papers will be available on the Paper Submission pages of the SMC2014 website. The maximum size for video attachments is 10 Mb.

Presentation of Demos at SMC2014

Authors who are selected for the Demo Papers Session will also receive a table on which to display their demo in the Exhibit Hall. Access to 110VAC will be available. Authors will be responsible for providing any additional equipment for their demo. Security services for safeguarding equipment in the Exhibit Hall will be available during the conference.

Demo Papers Session Co-Chairs

Pradeep Atrey               University of Winnipeg, Canada
Kazuo Kiguchi               Kyusyu University, Japan
Guan-Ming Su               Dolby Labs, USA

Important Dates

Deadline for submission of demo papers and videos:      April 21 28, 2014 (final extension)
Acceptance/Rejection notification for demo papers:       May 25, 2014
Camera-Ready demo paper and video due:                    July 9, 2014

For questions or further information, please contact the Demo Papers Chair: Pradeep Atrey (p.atrey@uwinnipeg.ca).