FedCSIS 2015


2015 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems

Lodz, Poland, 13 – 16 September, 2015


(FedCSIS on www.ieee.org: http://tinyurl.com/FedCSIS-on-IEEE-2015)

We would like to cordially invite you to consider contributing a paper to
the FedCSIS 2015 – an annual international multi-conference organized by
the Polish Information Processing Society (PTI) in technical cooperation
with the IEEE Region 8, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Poland Section Computer
Society Chapter, IEEE Poland (Gdansk) Section Computer Society Chapter,
IEEE-CIS Poland Section Chapter, ACM Special Interest Group on Applied
Computing, ACM Lodz Chapter, European Alliance for Innovation, Committee of
Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish Operational and
Systems Research Society, Eastern Cluster ICT Poland, and Mazovia Cluster

Please also forward the announcement to your colleagues and associates who
could be interested in it.

The FedCSIS Multi-conference consists of Events (conferences, symposia,
workshops, special sessions). Each Event may run over any span of time
within the conference dates (from half-day to four days). The FedCSIS
Events provide a platform for bringing together researchers, practitioners,
and academia to present and discuss ideas, challenges and potential
solutions on established or emerging topics related to research and
practice in computer science and information systems. Proceedings of the
FedCSIS 2012 conference have been indexed in the Thomson Reuters Web of
Science. (Proceedings of the 2013 and 2014 editions have been submitted for
WoS indexing and await decision).


The FedCSIS multi-conference consists of EVENTS (conferences, workshops,
consortia, tutorials, etc.), grouped into six conference areas.

* AAIA’15 – 10th International Symposium Advances in Artificial
Intelligence and Applications
— AIMaVIG’15 -1st International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in
Machine Vision and Graphics
— AIMA’15 – 5th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in
Medical Applications
— ASIR’15 – 5th International Workshop on Advances in Semantic
Information Retrieval
— CEIM’15 – 2nd Workshop on Complex Events and Information Modelling
— LQMR’15 – 1st Workshop on Logics for Qualitative Modelling and
— WCO’15 – 8th Workshop on Computational Optimization

* CSS – Computer Science & Systems
— BCPC’15 – 1st International Workshop on Biological, Chemical and
Physical Computations
— CANA’15 – 8th Computer Aspects of Numerical Algorithms
— IWCPS’15 – 2nd International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems
— MMAP’15 – 8th International Symposium on Multimedia Applications and
— WAPL’15 – 5th Workshop on Advances in Programming Languages

* ECRM – Education, Curricula & Research Methods
— DS-RAIT’15 – 2nd Doctoral Symposium on Recent Advances in Information
— WmL’15 – 1st International Workshop on Mobile Learning

* iNetSApp’15 – 3rd International Conference on Innovative Network Systems
and Applications
— EAIS’15 – 2nd Workshop on Emerging Aspects in Information Security
— SoFAST-WS’15 – 4th International Symposium on Frontiers in Network
Applications, Network Systems and Web Services
— WSN’15 – 4th International Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks

* IT4MBS – Information Technology for Management, Business & Society
— ABICT’15 – 6th International Workshop on Advances in Business ICT
— AITM’15 – 13th Conference on Advanced Information Technologies for
— ISM’15 – 10th Conference on Information Systems Management
— IT4L’15 – 4th Workshop on Information Technologies for Logistics
— KAM’15 – 21st Conference on Knowledge Acquisition and Management

* JAWS – Joint Agent-oriented Workshops in Synergy
— ABC:MI’15 – 10th Workshop on Agent Based Computing: from Model to
— MAS&S’15 – 9th International Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and
— SEN-MAS’15 – 4th International Workshop on Smart Energy Networks &
Multi-Agent Systems


– John F. Sowa, VivoMind Research, LLC: The Cognitive Cycle

– Wojtek Kozaczynski, Microsoft, Redmond, WA, US: What has gone wrong in
the cloud? Monitoring cloud infrastructure and things that run in it

– Erik Proper, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology: Managed
organisational self-creation through Business Informatics

– Mohammed Atiquzzaman, School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma:
Extending the Internet to Space


Papers should be submitted by April 24, 2015 (strict deadline). Preprints
will be published on a USB memory stick provided to the FedCSIS
participants. Only papers presented during the conference will be submitted
to the IEEE for inclusion in the Xplore Digital Library. Furthermore,
proceedings, published in a volume with ISBN, ISSN and DOI numbers will
posted at the conference WWW site. Moreover, most Events’ organizers
arrange quality journals, edited volumes, etc. and may invite selected
extended and revised papers for post-conference publications (information
can be found at the websites of individual events).


– Paper submission: April 24, 2015 (strict deadline)
– Position paper submission: June 1, 2015
– Acceptance decision: June 15, 2015
– Final version of paper submission: July 1, 2015
– Final deadline for discounted fee: July 1, 2015
– Conference dates: September 13-16, 2015

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