Cyberspace Structure, Property & Ecology
SDN, 5G & Advanced Networks
Cloud, Fog, Edge & Green Computing
Big Data Science, Technology & Service
Cyber Security & Sustainable Ecosystem
Cyber Crime, Forensics, Warfare & Defense
Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Tech (DLT)
Cyber-Physical System & Interface
Embedded System and Software
Autonomous Robots & Vehicles
Internet of Things (IoT)
Smart Objects, Systems & Environments
Virtual, Augmented & Mixed Reality
Social Networking & Computing
Computational Social Science
Cyber Culture & Relations
Crowd Sourcing, Sensing & Cooperation
Cyber Education, Economics, Politics
Cyber Privacy, Trust & Ethics
Cyber Social Right, Policy & Laws
Cyber/Digital/Artificial Brain and AI
Cyber Life and Human Centric Computing
Cyborg & Human/Brain Machine Interface
Cyber Medicine, Healthcare & Psychology
Personal Big Data & Personality Computing
Regular papers are between 6-8 pages following the IEEE template.
Reports on the latest design and implementation of real world Cyber Physical-related applications and systems.
Report on early or ongoing research activities within the scope of CyberSciTech. A WiP paper should be between 4-6 pages following the IEEE template.
Papers for workshops on specific topics hosted by CyberSciTech Congress. A workshop paper should be between 4-6 pages following the IEEE template.
Papers following a specific theme in a special session within the CyberSciTech Congress. Special Session papers should be between 4-6 pages following the IEEE template.
Describe a vision, technique, or working system within the scope of CyberSciTech. A poster paper should be between 2-4 pages following the IEEE template.
All accepted papers in the main tracks, workshops, special sessions and demos/posters will be published in an IEEE Computer Society proceedings (EI indexed). Extended versions of selected excellent papers will be considered for publication in special issues of prestige journals (SCI/EI indexed).