Call for tutorials are now available.
Important dates and CFP
Special session and tutorial proposals:
30 April 2021
Paper submission deadline:
30 April 2021
15 June 2021
Final paper submission:
15 July 2021
Conference format: Considering the fluid situation around the globe related to COVID-19, at this point, a virtual conference is planned. However, if an additional option of face-to-face participation (as well as attending virtually) becomes possible with additional cost, it will be announced on this website.
This conference will bring together top researchers, practitioners, academics and students from around the globe to discuss the latest advances in the field of computational intelligence and its informatics, bioengineering and related fields. Computational intelligence approaches include artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary algorithms, hybrid algorithms and other emerging techniques.
Submissions will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and will be indexed in IEEE Xplorer. Selected papers, after a substantial extension, will be considered for publication in special issue of Elsevier’s Biosystems journal.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Gene expression array analysis
- Neuromorphic integration of bio- and neuroinformatics
- Structure prediction and folding
- Molecular sequence alignment and analysis
- Metabolic pathway analysis
- RNA and protein folding and structure prediction
- Analysis and visualisation of large biological data sets
- Motif detection
- Molecular evolution and phylogenetics
- Systems and synthetic biology
- Health: physical and mental
- Modeling, simulation, and optimisation of biological systems
- Robustness and evolvability of biological networks
- Emergent properties in complex biological systems
- Ecoinformatics and applications to ecological data analysis
- Medical imaging and pattern recognition
- Medical image analysis
- Biomedical data modeling and mining
- Treatment optimisation
- Biomedical model parameterisation
- Brain computer interface
International advisory committee
BioThink Pty Ltd, Australia
Registration terms and conditions
- You will be making the payment via the 'Eventbrite'; link will be available soon on the conference website.
- For authors, payment is due within 20 days of your receiving notification of the acceptance of your paper.
- To avail of the 'early bird registration fees', you must register before the due date displayed on the conference website.
- IEEE member rates: IEEE members can register at reduced rates. IEEE members are those holding current membership in the IEEE. Non-IEEE members are those without current membership in this organization.
- Student rates: Proof of current student status must be provided at time of registration.
- Each accepted paper must be accompanied by a full (non-student) registration to be included in the proceedings. Each full registration covers a maximum of two papers (or one paper and one late-breaking abstract).
Confirmation and tax invoicesA confirmation email with a tax invoice will be emailed when you submit your payment for registration fees.
Currency and GSTAll prices are quoted in Australian Dollars (AUD$) and include GST.
InsuranceThe registration fees do not include insurance of any kind regarding cancellation or postponement of the conference.
Credit card paymentsWhen using the online payment system credit cards are processed directly by the Eventbrite system using a secure gateway. CIBCB2021 does not store or transmit your credit card details.
Registration cancellation policyAny individual registration cancellation requests are subject to the cancellation policy listed below and as agreed to when registering for the conference. With respect to COVID-19, we continue to monitor the advice provided by the Australian Government.
Registration cancellations will not be eligible for any refund. However, another person may attend the conference in your place.
All cancellations must be advised via email to CIBCB2021 finance chair, Helen Wade, email@example.com
Conference cancellation or postponementThe members of the committee and Federation University Australia do not accept any liability for losses incurred in the event of the conference being cancelled or postponed due to an unforeseen event or any other event that renders performance of this conference inadvisable, illegal, impracticable or impossible.
An unforeseen event shall include, but shall not be limited to: an Act of God; infectious disease outbreak, industrial disruptions, service provider failures, governmental restrictions and/or regulations; war or apparent act of war; terrorism or apparent act of terrorism; disaster; civil disorder, disturbance, and/or riots; curtailment, suspension, and/or restriction on transportation; or any other emergency.