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IEEE ICAS 2021: IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Systems
https://2021.ieee-icas.org/
Submission Date:
2021-03-03 Extended
Notification Date:
2021-05-21
Conference Date:
2021-08-11
Location:
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Call For Papers
The IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Systems (IEEE ICAS 2021) will take place in Montréal, Québec, Canada on August 11-13, 2021. The IEEE ICAS 2020 will be a premier international forum for presenting the technological advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Autonomous Systems (AS).

The 2021 IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Systems (ICAS 2021) is sponsored by IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) through IEEE SPS Autonomous Systems Initiative. Over the last decade, researchers have been proposing and investigating computing systems with advanced levels of autonomy in order to manage the ever-increasing requirements in complexity. An autonomous system is an artificial system able to perform a certain number of tasks with a high degree of autonomy. Signal Processing plays a key role within autonomous systems by providing theories and techniques to design algorithms used for perception, control and learning within an autonomous system.  This IEEE ICAS 2021 conference is focused on providing an updated state of the art over most advanced signal processing theories and techniques that are relevant for developing autonomous systems.  Original papers are invited from multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspectives on subject topics in Autonomous Systems (AS) including, but not limited to, the following:

Topics

Theoretical Foundations of AS

    Intelligent Foundations of AS
    System Foundations of AS
    Mathematical Foundations of AS
    Computational Foundations of AS
    Brain Science Foundations of AS
    Cognitive Foundation of AS
    Bottlenecks of Adaptive Systems
    Indeterministic & Uncertainty Behaviors of AS
    Interaction Between Humans and AS
    Autonomous Computing Platforms
    Neurological Foundations of AS
    Signal Processing Theories of AS

Emerging Fields of AS

    Autonomous Computers
    Autonomous Algorithms
    Brain-inspired AS
    Machine Learning
    Autonomous IoTs
    Self-driving Vehicles and Vessels
    Autonomous Robots
    Real-time AS
    Autonomous Unmanned Systems
    Trustworthiness of AS
    Mission Critical Systems
    Autonomous Perception/Computer Vision

AS Engineering

    Applied Paradigms of AS
    Autonomous Programming
    Cognitive Inference Engines
    Autonomous Robots
    Distributed AS
    Embedded AS
    Communications among AS
    Communications Between AS and Humans
    Autonomous Operating Systems
    Autonomous Sensors
    Autonomous Swarms
    Social AS
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