May 13–15, 2021
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- Kazan Federal University (KFU);
- Russia Siberia Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers;
- The Tomsk Chapter & Student Branch of the IEEE;
- National Instruments Rus R&D;
- V.A. Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences;
- Russian branch of the eSystems Engineering Society.
- The IEEE Electron Devices Society (IEEE ED-S);
- The Microwave Theory and Techniques Society of the IEEE (MTT-S);
- Tomsk IEEE Chapter & Student Branch;
- Russia Siberia Section of the IEEE;
- Russian branch of the eSystems Engineering Society.
The 15th Siberian Conference SIBCON-2021 aims to offer opportunities to learn and to share information on the latest advances in control systems, communications, and robots. It will be held in Kazan, Russian Federation, on May 13–15, 2021. The conference is organized by the Tomsk IEEE units and National Instruments Rus R&D on a regular basis in order to promote interdisciplinary discussion and interaction among scientists and engineers with an emphasis on the IEEE membership. The conference is a platform for the presentation and discussion of new fundamental and applied outcomes in electron communication systems, control and robotics. The conference provides opportunity to present papers and establish scientific and educational contacts. While the scientific program is expected to create stimulating professional interaction, the magic of Kazan, hot spring atmosphere and wealth of historic architecture promise a pleasant and memorable stay.
1. The Fundamental Problems of Communication and Control Theory.
2. Robots and Automation.
3. The Computer Control, Sensors and Systems.
The conference will include plenary sessions with invited speakers, parallel thematic sessions with oral presentations, and a social program.
December 4, 2020 – Full Papers Submission
January 30, 2021 – Notification of Acceptance
March 15, 2021 – Registration and Camera Ready Paper Submission
Deadline for paper submission is December 4, 2020
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers of their original research contributions describing new results, original ideas, and applications on relevant topics. Papers should be sent in English, via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, in PDF or DOC-file, length of 4–6 A4 (21x29.7 cm) pages (with margins at 2.5 cm, 10-point Times New Roman or similar fonts, and single spaced). The IEEE template should be used. The manuscripts should contain the following information: paper title, author(s) data, abstract, keywords, state-of-the-art in the field of interest, problem statement and objective, description of the contribution (novelty, research methodology), results achieved and their further development and applicability, at least 15 references to cited publications with no more than 20 % to author’s works (self-citations).
The International Program Committee will make selection of papers. Papers will be reviewed for the technical merit and content. Only original, unpublished contributions will be considered.
All contributions are accepted with the understanding that at least one of the authors will register and be present at the conference.
The conference proceedings will be published in English, containing all conference manuscripts, and will be distributed among the conference participants, leading libraries, and international scientific centers. All papers go through a rigorous review process. Accepted papers will be presented by their authors at the conference. All accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts will be published in the conference proceedings, and will be submitted for inclusion in IEEEXplore, subject to formatting and copyright requirements. Extended versions of the selected papers will be recommended for publication in the journal “SPIIRAN Proceedings” (Q3 Web of Science).
Notifications of paper acceptance and the preliminary program will be sent to the first author in January 2021.
International Symposium "Computer Measuring Technologies" and exhibition will be held in conjunction with SIBCON. The Symposium is organized by National Instruments Rus R&D, which purpose is discussion of issues of introduction of innovative technologies for engineering, design, automation, modeling, and research experiment.
You are cordially invited to participate for free.
The registration fee - $250 for IEEE members, $170 for students (without co-authors), and $360 for other participants needs be paid only upon receipt of the official invitation letter, which will be sent to the first author by mail. Registration fee includes one copy of the Proceedings, a get-together party, banquet, cultural and technical visits, and coffee breaks.
The working language is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided. All materials concerning the conference should be written in English.
SIBCON looking for dynamic speakers, who want to share new and exciting experiences associate with the Conference topics, new vision, and address the challenges facing today's technology users and application may cover their needs. Organizing Committee invites submissions for Keynote Sessions on all topics of potential interest to the conference attendees. Keynote Sessions proposals must clearly identify the intended audience, speaker's background on relevant subject. If you are interesting in presenting Keynote during SIBCON Conference, please send the Keynote proposal to the Conference Technical Program Chair.
COURSES and TUTORIALS
The Organizing Committee accepts proposals for short courses related to the conference topics until December 4, 2020. The tutorial program is intended to provide all attendees with an opportunity to expand their Conference experience, and as a result help to meet their expectations. Since this year SIBCON makes emphasis to Robots, we encourage appropriate topics besides others within conference scope.
The SIBCON invites submissions for tutorial proposals on all topics of potential interest to the conference attendees. Tutorial proposals must clearly identify the intended audience, speaker's background on relevant subject and the main learning outcomes. The intended length of the tutorial is 1.5–3 hours, but should also be indicated in proposal. If you are interesting in presenting tutorial during the Conference, please email us.
You may be required to apply for entry Russian visa in advance. Visa application can take up to three-four month to be processed. Please contact the conference organizers in time to get an official invitation.
KAZAN is the capital and the largest city of Tatarstan Republic, Russia. It is a historical city, with a present population of 1,243,500 (for 2018), it is the sixth most populous city in Russia. Kazan is one of the largest economic, political, scientific, educational, cultural, and sports centers of Russia. Kazan is located at the confluence of the Volga and Kazanka rivers in the European part of Russia, approximately 715 kilometers east of Moscow. Kazan Kremlin is a World Heritage Site. In 2005 the millennium of Kazan was celebrated. In April 2009 the Russian Patent Office granted Kazan the right to be called "Third capital" of Russia.
Discover Kazan, a modern renaissance city where history and architecture meet innovation and culture!
The venue of SIBCON is Kazan Federal University, one of the oldest universities in Russia. It made an invaluable contribution to establish of the higher education system in Russia. Outstanding scientists and graduates have earned him worldwide fame, and university culture has had a beneficial impact on Kazan and the Volga region. More than 80 members of the Russian Academy of Sciences work in KFU for more than 200 years of history. Now as the federal a university, it solves the problem of integrating of science, education, and industry, contributing to economics based on knowledge and high technologies. More information about KFU can be found at kpfu.ru.
Institute of Information Technology and Intelligent Systems (ITIS) is innovative IT faculty, founded in 2011 by joint efforts of Ministry of Informatization and Communica-tion of the Tatarstan Republic, KFU and representatives of the largest IT companies in the Region. ITIS trains highly qualified experts in the software engineering and robotics. Also it carried out the undergraduate IT education and pro-fessional retraining of industry employees. More information about ITIS can be found at kpfu.ru/itis.
Address: Institute of Information Technology and In-telligent Systems (ITIS), Kremlin Street, 35, Kazan, Russia, 420008.
All registration information and hotel reservation forms, instructions for the preparation camera-ready paper etc. will be available in the second announcement at the Web.
Chair – Evgeni Magid, Prof., Head of the Department of Intellectual Robotics at the Institute of ITIS KFU
Program Co-Chairs – O.V. Stukach, V.S. Panko
Liliya R. Gavrilova
Kremlin Street, 35, Kazan, Russia, 420008
T./f .: 8 (843) 221-3433*22
Proceedings and Special Sessions
Oleg V. Stukach
National Research University Higher School of Economics