Shri. L. Goplakrishnan
PSG & Sons Charities Trust
Dr. R. Rudramoorthy
PSG College of Technology
Dr. R. Nadarajan
Professor & Head
PSG College of Technology
Will be updated soon
We enthusiastically encourage prospective authors to submit an electronic version of their original research papers that contain contributions of theoretical, experimental or application nature using EasyChair.
The conference is organized in three tracks: CyberSecurity, Computational Models, Computational Intelligence and will feature distinguished invited speakers in each track. Papers are solicited from industry, government and academia (including students) covering relevant research, technologies, methodologies, tools and case studies. The intention of the conference is to explore the computational concepts to emphasize the role of technology in real time problems. The topics listed below are meant to indicate the breadth of the area and are definitely not to be considered exhaustive.
Technology depends upon discovery, and discovery upon the advancement of technology; that is certainly the case with Computational Intelligence. Computational Intelligence (CI) is the theory, design, application and development of biologically and linguistically motivated computational paradigms. Traditionally the three main pillars of CI have been Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems and Evolutionary Computation. However, over time, numerous computing paradigms inspired by nature have evolved. In recent years, there has been an explosion of research in Deep Learning - deep constitutional neural networks in particular. Deep learning has become the core method for artificial intelligence and some of the most successful AI systems are based on CI. This track focuses on computational intelligence techniques and their applications.
The increasing use of the internet and social media has made cyber security more important. Cyber security is of paramount importance for government organizations and is a vital asset to the nation. Growing cyber threats such as data theft, phishing scams and other cyber vulnerabilities demand that users should remain vigilant about protecting data. Cyber Security track in this conference aims to bring together researchers, practitioners, developers and users to explore cutting-edge ideas and end results.
Computational models are mathematical models that are simulated using computation to study complex systems from the effects of drugs on the body to the interactions of nations in the global economy.
This conference provides a window to the novel endeavors of the research communities to publish their works by highlighting the value of computational modelling as a research tool when investigating complex systems.
This track is aimed to foster research interaction in all aspects of computational science and engineering, and to develop computational models needed to meet the demands of computer systems users and explore the new potentials of computation engines.
Authors are invited to submit their original and unpublished work in the areas including but not limited to these areas:
The submitted paper must be substantially original work, which has neither been published before nor is under review for any other conference or journal. The ICC3 strictly prohibits any plagiarism. The ICC3 retains the right to eliminate any paper in violation of these requirements and to exclude the author(s) of such papers from future ICC3 conferences. Authors who live abroad can present their paper through skype.
On the basis of double blind review process, selected papers recommended by the Review Committee, would be compiled in a proceeding. ICC3 organisers are in active discussion with renowned publishers for the publication of proceedings.
Papers submitted in English will be reviewed.
Only Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) will be accepted for submission and review. Other formats will automatically be rejected by the EasyChair.
Authors are kindly requested to make sure that all equations, tables and figures are embedded in the PDF file.
Please submit your paper only through EasyChair which will be kept open from 15th April 2019.
Submission of a manuscript implies that
(1) the work described has not been published before (except in the form of a conference abstract or as part of a published lecture or thesis for an academic qualification),
(2) is not under consideration for publication anywhere else,
(3) its publication has been approved by all co-authors, if any, as well as by the responsible authorities-tacitly or explicitly-at the institute where the work has been carried out. The publisher will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.
Authors should submit their manuscripts through EasyChair. You will be guided step by step through the creation and uploading of your files.
General- Articles published in ICC3 Proceedings are expected to meet scholarly expectations in both formatting and content. The maximum number of pages is 10. Papers that are judged to be unnecessarily lengthy, poorly written, and theoretically under-developed or based on poor science will be rejected by the editors and not sent out for peer review.
All submissions should include, in the following order: (1) title page, (2) abstract/keywords, (3) main text, (4) acknowledgements, and (5) references. All pages must be typed and double-spaced using 12-point Times New Roman font. Please use a 1-inch margin on all sides.
For all new submissions and revisions, the first page of the manuscript should be a blinded title page (author(s) names and affiliations should be removed).
The separate un-blinded title page should include:
The abstract should be between 100-250 words. When applicable, the abstract should include
Please provide 4-6 keywords which can be used for indexing purposes.
Headings and Sub-Headings in the text indicate the organization of content. As a general principle, please do not use more than three levels of displayed headings. Since manuscripts are evaluated through an anonymous peer review process, authors must remove identifying references or material.
Acknowledgements of people, grants, funds, etc. should be placed in a separate section before the reference list. The names of funding organizations should be written in full, and for the purposes of the blind peer-review process, acknowledgements should not violate the anonymity of the author (i.e., avoid acknowledgments in the format of “Thank you to my institution [x] and colleagues [name], [name]…)
References follow the text in a separate section headed “REFERENCES” using APA citation style. All references cited in the text must be listed in the reference section, and vice versa. Publication information for each must be complete and correct. It is authors’ responsibility to make sure that all information provided in the reference section is complete and correct.
The official language of ICC3 Proceedings is English, and all documents must be written in English, using correct diction, syntax, and grammar. American English standards for spelling and punctuation are preferred.
Registration and Payment can be made online. Participants can also register and Pay on the spot by Cash / DD drawn in favour of "ICC3 PSGTECH" payable at Coimbatore.