2nd International Conference on Trends in Computational and Cognitive Engineering(TCCE-2020)

17-18 December 2020

Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Conference Mode: Virtual Conference

Important Announcements

Notice**: For preparing the final manuscript in camera-ready submission, the maximum page limit set by the springer is 10.

Important Dates

Camera Ready Submission: 12 October 2020 Registration Period: 01 Oct 2020 ~ 12 Oct 2020 Expected Publication Date: 16 December 2020

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Payment Information

For wire transfer:
Account Name: TCCE-2020
Current Account No: 0200015875449
Bank Routing No: 010262267
Agrani Bank Limited
Jahangirnagar University Branch
Savar, Dhaka-1342, Bangladesh

Registration Fees

# Author Types Amounts
1 Professional(International) 100 USD
2 Student(International) 75 USD
3 Professional(Local) 3000 BDT
4 Student(Local) 2500 BDT
5 Participants(Co-author) 1500 BDT

Note**: Participants will get Certificate of Participation and a Conference kit

Click Here for Registration

Awards & Grants

Best Paper Award: 10000 BDT
1st Runner-Up: 7000 BDT
2nd Runner-Up: 5000 BDT
Grants:

Student Registration grant will be given based on the quality of the paper, reviewer comments, necessity, and available fund

Important Notice:

Students who are asking for a waiver of registration, will get the decision of the Organizing Committee by 09 October 2020. After the decision on student registration waiver, Students must complete registration by 12 October

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TCCE 2020

About TCCE 2020

TCCE focuses on experimental, theoretical and application aspects of innovations in Computational and Cognitive Engineering. The Conference aims to provide an opportunity to gather the researchers, scholars and experts from academia and industry working in the following areas of basic and applied sciences, engineering and technology to share their research findings. The last event of TCCE was held in the School of Engineering & Technology (SoET) and Department of Mathematics under School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SoPM) of Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendergarh, India during November 28-30, 2019.

    Track 1: Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing

    • Adaptive Systems
    • Fuzzy Logic
    • Data Mining
    • Shallow Machine Learning
    • Deep Learning
    • Bayesian Learning
    • Hybrid intelligence System
    • Inductive Learning
    • Intelligent and Knowledge Based System
    • Intrusion Detection
    • Agents and Multi-agent Systems
    • Natural Language Processing
    • Hybrid and Nonlinear system
    • Intelligent Control
    • Context-aware Pervasive Systems
    • Quantum Computing
    • Robotics

    Track 2: Cognitive Science and Computational Biology

    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Neuroscience

    • Bio-informatics
    • Brain-informatics
    • Health-Informatics
    • Computational Biology


    Track 3: IoT and Data Analytics

    • Ecosystem & Infrastructure
    • Internet of Services
    • Sensor based technology
    • Predictive Analytics
    • Cyber-physical Systems
    • Data mining and Information Retrieval
    • Robotic and Automation
    • Mobile Computing
    • Cluster Computing
    • Cloud Computing for Industry 4.0
    • Big Data Analytics
    • IoT for Smart Applications

    Track 4: Network and Security

    • Cross-layer Optimization and Control
    • Cyber-physical Systems
    • Delay Tolerant Networks
    • Quality of Service and Resource Management
    • Localization and Location-based Services
    • Network Management
    • Block Chain
    • Cyber Physical System
    • Ubiquitous Network

    Track 5: Signal Processing, Computer Vision & Rhythm Engineering

    • Computer Vision
    • Robotics and Automation
    • ML for Computer Vision
    • Virtual Reality
    • Augmented Reality
    • Signal Processing
    • cyclic and rhythmic oscillations
    • AI based Signal Timing Technology

Objectives of the Conference

With increasing complex situations being modelled to find reasonable answers, role of computations and cognitive learning is becoming very important. The objective of the conference is to narrow down the gaps by bringing practitioners and scientists together; so as to focus on the recent trends in computational and cognitive engineering. The conference will further help:

  • To provide a forum for exchange of ideas and insights by mathematicians, engineers, scientists, and researchers
  • To share fresh perspective on problem-solving in current research areas
  • To present various computational and cognitive modelling approaches in the areas of health, education, finance, environment, engineering, commerce and industry
  • To promote networking opportunities among experts in various disciplines and encourage interdisciplinary research

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Prof. Tae-Seong Kim, Ph.D.


Prof. Dr. Md. Sazzad Hossain


Dr. M. Julius Hossain


Prof. Ning Zhong


Mr. Aninda Bose


Committee

    Chief Patron

    • Vice Chancellor, Jahangirnagar University

    Conference Co-Chairs

    • Dr. Chi-Sang Poon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    • Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
    • Dr. Kanad Ray, Amity University, Jaipur

    Steering Committee

    • Dr. Anirban-Bandyopadhyay, National Institute For Materials Science, Japan
    • Dr. Kanad Ray, Amity University, Jaipur
    • Dr. J E Lugo, University of Montreal, Canada
    • Dr. Subrata Ghosh, CSIR Northeast Institute of Science & Technology, Jorhat
    • Dr. Chi-Sang Poon, MIT, USA
    • Dr. Jocelyn Faubert, University of Montreal, Canada
    • Dr. Phool Singh, Central University of Haryana
    • Dr. Mufti Mahmud, Nottingham Trent University, UK

    Advisory Committee

    Organizing Chair

    • Dr Mesbahuddin Sarker, IIT, JU

    Organizing Co-Chair

    • Dr Md Abu Yousuf, IIT, JU
    • Dr Md Wahiduzzaman , IIT, JU

    Organizing Secretary

    • Dr Shamim Al Mamun, IIT, JU

    Registration Chair

    • Fazlul Karim Patwary, IIT, JU

    Venue Preparation

    • K M Akkas Ali, IIT, JU

    Workshop Chair

    • Dr Jesmin Akhter, IIT, JU

    Finance Chair

    • Fahima Tabassum, IIT, JU

    Refreshment Chair

    • Dr Mohammad Shahidul Islam, IIT, JU

    Accomodation Chair

    • Nusrat Zerin, IIT, JU

    Local Arrangement Chair

    • Manan Binte Taj Noor, IIT, JU

    Project and Exhibition Chair

    • Dr Rashed Mazumder, IIT, JU

    Publicity Chair

    • Dr Sazzadur Rahman, IIT, JU

    Technical Chair

    • Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

    Technical Co-Chair

    • Dr A A Mamun, Dept of Physics, JU
    • Dr Mohammad Shorif Uddin, JU
    • Dr Md Shahadat Hossain, CSE, CU
    • Dr Nilanjan Day, Techno India, Kolkata

    Technical Secretary

    • Dr M Shamim Kaiser,IIT,JU

    Technical Program Committee

    Special Session

    • Dr Risala Tasin Khan, IIT, JU

    Proceeding Chair

    • Dr M Shamim Kaiser, IIT, JU
    • Dr Shamim Al Mamun, IIT, JU

Expected Sponsor

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Mode of Conference

JU Beauty

The topography of the land, with its gentle rise and plains, is soothing to the eye. The bodies of water sprawling around the campus make an excellent habitat for the winter birds that flock there every year by the thousands, making bird-watching a favorite pastime for many visitors, students and staff. The beauty of this university campus attracts tourists.

Cultural Activities

Cultural activities at Jahangirnagar University are performed mostly at Muktomacha. There is an auditorium for rendering cultural activities. Many organizations such as Dhoni, JUDO, JAC, MONON perform cultural activities regularly. They also stage drama occasionally. Besides these, different cultural programs are celebrated occasionally like Bengali new year’s day, victory day, independence day, language movement day, etc. by the students of different departments or halls.

Fully Residential University

Jahangirnagar University with a dozen residential halls and a few more under construction is mandated to provide residential accommodation to each and every student with separate halls for the female students. Each hall has its own administrative system headed by a Provost and is equipped with facilities like playground, rooms for indoor games, the dining hall, etc

Scope

    • Cognitive Science: Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
    • Computational Neuroscience
    • Artificial Intelligence, Soft Computing
    • Signal Processing
    • Cryptography: Image Processing, Coding Theory
    • Optimization: Theory and Applications
    • Information Retrieval and Applications
    • Health informatics
    • Modelling and Numerical Simulation: Mathematical Biology, Green Computing
    • Distributed and Cloud Computing

Call For Paper

CALL FOR PAPERS

You may download pdf formats of the call for paper from the following links:

CALL FOR TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOP

Proposals for tutorials and workshops are solicited on hot topics for future wireless communications systems and applications.

CAMERA READY SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Camera Ready Submissions & Publications

Notice**: For preparing the final manuscript in camera-ready submission, the maximum page limit set by the springer is 10.

All accepted papers will be published by Springer as a volume of the series of Springer Nature AISC.

Template:

Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ guidelines and use their proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers. Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers.

Authors are strongly encouraged to use Springer AISC manuscript submission guidelines (available here) for the initial submissions. All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF and DOC/RTF format in the Springer AISC style.

Style files can be download here:

Although we accept submissions in the form of PDF, PS, and DOC/RTF files, you are strongly encouraged to generate a PDF version for your paper before submitting it. It is highly recommended to use LaTeX to prepare your PDF submission.

Camera-ready submission instruction:

Step 1: Please prepare your final manuscript according to the Springer templates. You must include all the comments suggested by the reviewers. Please see the REVIEWERS’ COMMENTS for your paper via ProConf Author’s portal, which MUST be addressed. NOTE: If the reviewer’s comments have not been addressed, your paper will NOT be included in the proceedings.

Step 2: Prepare author’s response to the reviewers’ comments in a separate file (.pdf)

Step 3: Make sure that you have made a zip file named as PaperID.zip. The zip file includes the following materials:

  • (a) a camera-ready manuscript in pdf format (PaperID.pdf);
  • (b) all source files (MSword user: PaperID.doc (with figures) and Latex user: PaperID.tex and other supporting files (figure, bib, cls, etc));
  • (c) author’s response to the reviewers’ comments in a separate PDF file
  • (d) proof of studentship (for student first authors only), and
  • (e) Payment Proof (Bank slip or Online Transaction Proof )
  • (f) Springer Permission Request form (Download)

Step 4: Please upload your zip file using your authors portal.

Copyright Submission:

Download and print Consent to Publish, CTP (or copyright) letter. Then sign on the CTP and upload scan copy. Please DO NOT type or print your name as sign on CTP. The sign should be hand-sign.

Springer Permission Request form Submission (Include in Zip Folder- Follow Step 3):

Make sure that ALL images/illustrations are from you and drawn by you [even if you want to redraw from another document, make sure that you give reference properly, and take the permission (if needed)]. if there is no content being used in the paper for which the permission is required you must fill NIL in the form, sign and upload in the zip folder.

Please read the following CAREFULLY. Here are the steps you MUST follow:

  • Write the author's name properly and sequentially, upon all of their formal approvals to submit the paper. Make sure that a name means just a name. DO NOT include Dr./Prof./Graduate Student/Mr./Ms. etc. in the names or affiliations. Affiliations mean the Dept./Address/Institutes. DO NOT include any designation. Add ALL authors' valid email addresses and mark the CORRESPONDING AUTHOR in the author list.
  • Abstract: Is it concise and accurate and within the word limits as mentioned in the template? Usually 150~200 words.
  • For more clarity and readability, please check the English of your paper by an expert or a native speaker.
  • Make sure that no part of this paper (including Figure/Table/Algorithm) is copied from other sources. Make sure that you did not do any plagiarism or self-plagiarism? The similarity shall be less than 20%(Overall) and < 4% from a single source.
  • Make sure that ALL images/illustrations are from you and drawn by you [even if you want to redraw from another document, make sure that you give reference properly, and take the permission (if needed)]. if there is no content being used in the paper for which the permission is required you must fill NIL in the form, sign and upload in the zip folder.
  • Make sure that there is no formatting problem, no typo/spelling Mistakes, no problems on proper punctuations, no mixed fonts, and make sure that all sections/subsections/Figure Numbers/Table Numbers/References, etc. are properly marked.
  • Acknowledgment, make sure that you do it properly but do not write too much (less than 3 sentences)[NOT Mandatory].
  • Make sure that all references are 100% cited within the paper. Try to put references from quality journals or conferences.
  • Paper length: Papers need to have up to 10 pages in Springer Nature AISC Format.

Registration:

Each paper must be registered by the First author/corresponding author. Failing to do so, your paper will be withdrawn and not be included in the proceedings. The online registration will be opened soon and you will be notified once it is opened. However, note that the REGISTRATION INFORMATION FORM is needed to be provided during your final paper submission.

Awards:

Three Best Paper awards will be conferred at the conference on the authors.

Student Grant and Registration Waiver:

Student Registration grants will be given based on the quality of the paper, reviewer comments, necessity, and available funds.

Post-Conference Journal Publication:

The accepted paper may be submitted for the possible publication (after more than 40% modification) in the –

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Important Dates

  • Paper Submission Deadline

    7 September 2020

  • Acceptance Notification

    01 October 2020

  • Camera Ready Submission

    12 October 2020

  • Registration Period

    01 Oct 2020 ~ 12 Oct 2020

  • Expected Publication Date

    16 December 2020