Call for Papers & Abstracts
Call for Late Breaking Papers/Abstracts/Posters presentation: 22nd June 2015
The workshop aims to provide a forum for all researchers of the three main areas, Systems & Clinic Immunology, Computational Immunology and Immune-Inspired Computation, both in academia and industry to present and discuss their latest advances. In addition to peer-reviewed papers, the workshop will present a range of plenary lectures to inspire and facilitate both the computer scientist and immunologist in their work.
- Immune-Inspired Computation
- Immune-Inspired Engineering
- Synthetic Immunology
- Systems Immunology
- Cellular Immunology
- Immuno Medicine
- Immune Modelling
- Immune Genomics & Informatics
- Computational Immunogenetics
- Physics of Immunity
- Vaccine Design
- HIV Biomedicine
- Adaptive Immune Response
- Evolutionary & Comparative Immunology
- Allergenicity Prediction
- Theoretical Immunology
- Quantitative Immunology
- Computational Vaccinology
- Chemistry Immunology
- Clinic Immunology
- Comparative Approaches to Immunology
- Mathematical Modelling in Immunology
- Gene Networks & Systems Biology in Immunity
- Gene Expression Changes in Adaptive Immune Response
- Structural Immunoinformatics
- Analysis & Prediction of MHC-peptide binding
- Databases & Ontologies for Immunoinformatics
- Analysis & Prediction of Minor HistoCompatibility Antigens
- Predictive Models on Organ Transplantation
- Multi-agent Based Models of Immunity
- Computational Epidemiology
- Computational Vaccinology
- Human Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain
- Modelling the Antibody Generation Process
- Vaccines against Intracellular Pathogens
- Epitope Analysis & Prediction
Artificial Immune Systems for Security and Privacy, organized by Wenjian Luo and Dongdong Zhao (University of Science and Technology of China)
Long & Short Paper submission: 28th April 2015 Abstract submission: 28th April 2015 Long & Short Paper notification: 13rd May 2015 Abstract Notification: 13rd May 2015
- Call for Late Breaking Papers/Abstracts/Posters presentation: 22nd June 2015
- Notification Late Breaking Papers/Abstracts/Posters presentation: 29th June 2015
Camera-ready submission: 28th May 2015
- Early Registration: 29th June 2015
Authors are encouraged to submit novel contributions in one of the topics of the Congress, and explain how their work sheds light on the fundamental properties of natural and artificial immune system, and makes progress on the important open questions of systems & clinic immmunology, and artificial life.
Types of Submission
There are three options for submission: long paper; short paper; and abstract for oral/poster presentation.
- Long paper has an 8-pages maximum length (in IEEE format), including figures, table & references, and should report on new and unpublished work;
- Short paper is an extended abstract limited to a 2-pages length (in IEEE format);
- Abstract for oral/poster presentation is no pages restriction (any format), and should discuss works in progress; new research ideas; works previously published elsewhere (it is essential that a reference to the previous article is clearly cited); and all that may be relevant and fruitful for soliciting discussions at the workshop.
The IEEE paper templates can be found at the following link:
All submissions will be subject to peer review by the program committee, and all accepted submissions are allocated either an oral presentation slot or a poster slot with no distinction being made between the submission options.
Proceedings in IEEE Press
All long, and short accepted manuscripts will be published in a volume by IEEE Press as post-proceedings.
All accepted abstracts will be published in an Electronic Book, which will put online in the workshop website.
The best accepted papers (regardless of their kind) will have the opportunity to publish a revised and expanded version of their conference paper in Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Elsevier, and BMC Immunology.