CFP ISSIE

Call for Papers – The First International Symposium on System
Informatics and Engineering (ISSIE) July 11-13, 2011 , Qingdao, China
(http://issie2011.qdu.edu.cn)

Due to significant advancement in computer hardware/software
technology and automated data collection systems, there are tremendous
opportunities for interdisciplinary research in combining quantitative
modeling (e.g., statistics, data mining, machine learning, simulation,
and operation research) with technology-driven engineering and domain
knowledge to make significant scientific, social, and economic
impacts. How to model, extract, and make use the hidden knowledge
based on the domain knowledge and the vast data sources to improve
overall system performance, maintainability, and adaptability, poses
many research and practical challenges, defying the state of the art
methodological frameworks, algorithms, and systems design and
implementation principles. The purpose of the International Symposium
series on System Informatics and Engineering (ISSIE) is to bring
together researchers and practitioners interested in the theory and
applications of system-driven knowledge discovery and
design/operations improvement in a wide range of domains and
discipline. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

o         System informatics principles and methods
o         Informatics-driven system engineering methods and applications
o         Data mining, machine learning, and artificial intelligence
o         Quality and reliability informatics and engineering
o         System and network security
o         Prognostics and system health management
o         Bioinformatics, health and medical Informatics
o         Industrial informatics and control
o         Forecasting techniques and applications
o         Data-driven business intelligence and customer relation management

Submission file formats are PDF and Microsoft Word. Required
Word/LaTeX templates (IEEE two-column format) can be found at the
conference Web site. Long (6,000 words, 6 pages max.) and short (3000
words, 3 pages max.) papers in English must be submitted
electronically via the conference Web site. The accepted papers will
be published by the IEEE Press in a formal EI-indexed Proceeding.
Authors who wish to present a talk/poster/demo without a full paper
may submit a 1-page extended abstract, which, if selected, will appear
in the Proceedings.

Paper Submission:                   February 28, 2011
Paper Acceptance Notification:          April 15, 2011
Camera-Ready Paper:                   May 1, 2011

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