Call for Papers


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Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original, unpublished research and recent developments in computational brain and health security (see Topics below). All accepted papers will be included in each workshop's proceedings and published separately in the ACM digital library and available during the conference.  More details on the submission process are available Important Dates



·       AI methods in brain research

·       AI algorithms in neurological mechanisms

·       AI and Aging and Brain Diseases

·       The theoretical Information model of the Brain

·       Knowledge discovery

·       Social brain - advanced analysis

·       Creativity Biomarkers from Theory to Art

·       Machine learning in motor symptom progressions in neurodegenerative diseases (ND)

·       Data mining in brain imaging: CT, MRI, DTI, and fMRI

·       Estimation of different therapy efficiencies through data mining.

·       Machine learning in brain mapping

·       Different Data Mining methods as a tool to study the cognitive or emotional brain.

·       Brain plasticity and machine learning algorithms

·       Diagnostic data mining emotions classification in speech and music

·       Eye movement properties as an important biomarker of ND

·       Time series analysis in research for the elderly and those at risk of neurodegenerative diseases

·       AI system interactions with human motions

·       Computational Neuroscience


Brief Summary and Justification


This Workshop deals with the problem of Brain Intelligence, which is most often understood as an AI sub-field dealing with soft computing methods.  

Emerging technologies in medicine and brain informatics are generating increasingly complex data. Neurologists and brain informatics researchers need to explore, develop, and apply novel computational concepts, methods, and tools to tackle the growing complexity associated with emerging and future brain science challenges.
This workshop aims to bring together computer scientists, neuroscientists, and neurologists to discuss emerging and future directions in topics related to key bioinformatics and computational approaches. Thanks to technological development we live longer which causes a significant increase in brain-related neurodegenerative diseases destroying security in our social communications. The purpose of this workshop is to demonstrate that information technology may help to rebuild communication between brains.