Registered Workshops

HCIS 2021 Summer: The 2021 KIPS-CSWRG International Workshop on Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences (HCIS 2021 Summer Workshop) (Closed)

Call for papers
In Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences (HCIS), KIPS-CSWRG plans to publish high quality papers, which cover the various theories and practical applications related to human-centric computing and information sciences. In HCIS 2021 summer workshop, the papers are expected to present significant results to solve the various problems with application services and other problems within the scope of HCIS. In addition, we expect that they will trigger further related research and technological improvements relevant to our future lives. These are the hot topics that will satisfy the ever-changing needs of a world-wide audience. In approximately 5 to 10 years, the editors plan to include new emerging topics to HCIS 2021 scope, in order to make the workshop reflect future generations' IT related human-centric computing and information sciences.

Contacts: HCIS 2021 Summer workshop secretary.

HCIS 2021 Summer workshop stands for the continuously evolving and converging information technologies, including:
  • Big-data and datamining
  • Internet of Things and Sensing
  • Cloud, Edge, Fog computing
  • Human-computer interaction and User-centered Design
  • Social computing and social intelligence
  • Ubiquitous computing and mobile systems
  • Security, privacy, and trust management
  • AI and Soft Computing

Direct Access:
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Submission Link:
Submission Due: July. 21, 2021

  1. When we notify acceptance, the registration information will be included in detail.
  2. With respect to the registration, we will individually notify the authors of the accepted papers.

Registered Workshops

Big Data Center Workshop: International Workshop on Big Data Center for Total Lifecycle of Shipbuilding and Shipping
(Big Data Center Promotion and Platform Building Project / Field of Marine and Fisheries)

Call for papers
Recently, the paradigms of shipbuilding and shipping industries are shifting to design and build autonomous surface ships. A (whole) life-cycle smartification is increasingly adopted in these industries and yet a variety of accidents or problems occurring in a shipbuilding or operation process remain to be solved. Also, most of the data such as wind directions or wave heights are being utilized for the operation of a ship prediction system but the lack of available real-time data needed to compensate or correct prediction results has to be dealt with as well, especially when it is necessary to perform digital forensics. In this regard, this Workshop attempts to focus on generation and construction of Big Data to take initiative in the development of advanced detection equipment/systems, tools/materials, and intelligent systems and deal with international standards, expecting to lay a foundation for the commercialization of autonomous surface ships. Meanwhile, it will be desirable for the public institutions to contribute to the vitalization of industries by sharing various types of data with the public to create a synergy effect but on the part of private enterprises, there is no particular reason for them to share the data they have been generating, collecting, and constructing directly with the other institutions or companies as these data have become an essential part of their competitiveness. Thus, this Workshop aims to provide a motivation for them to share their data in the open and allow them to be used widely in various fields.

Contact : Assistant Prof. Jun-Ho Huh
Dept. of Data Science, National Korea Maritime and Ocean University

Big Data Center Workshop stands for the continuously evolving and converging information technologies, including:
  • Generation and construction of Big Data to take initiative in the development of advanced detection equipment/systems, tools/materials, and intelligent systems in response to international standards.
  • Classification of Big Data Sets into ‘Big Data Collection’ and ‘Analyzed Data’, standardization and quality test techniques.
  • Collection and analysis of the Big Data that can correct positions or predict marine accidents in addition to the conditions of shipbuilding materials based on the database constructed.
  • Establishment of Big Data generation, analysis, and distribution plans considering the life cycle of data.
  • Establishment of a ground for data fusion between the data platforms to be linked together after constructing a system for data generation, analysis, and distribution.
  • Ethical solution to artificial intelligent and Big Data.
  • Means of aiding and serving neglected people like the disabled or elderlies.
  • Mathematical theories that would deeply affect science and industries.
  • The historical contents that would contribute to humanity in cultural aspect.

Important Dates
  1. Paper Submission Due: July. 20th, 2021
  2. Author Notification: July. 26th, 2021
  3. Registration Due: July. 30th, 2021
  4. Camera Ready Due: Aug. 2, 2021
  5. Conference Date: Aug. 16-18, 2021

Call for Workshops

In conjunction with BIC 2021, we will organize some workshops.
The workshop proposals should be submitted to BIC2021 secretary (

Several workshops will be held in conjunction with BIC 2021 with the aim to explore special topics and provide international forums for scientists, engineers, and computer users to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results on hot topics on Future Information Technology. Workshops for presenting papers from industrial companies and papers on implementations of systems and services are very welcome.

One workshop MUST have at least 7 registered papers.
Otherwise, the papers will be moved to the another workshop.

In general, a workshop takes one day, although multiple-days and half-day workshops are welcome.

The workshop proposal should include following information:
1. Title of the workshop: International Workshop on ...
2. Workshop Organizers(s): name, affiliation, address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail.
3. Brief description of the workshop (several hundred words)
4. Expected number of papers to be submitted
5. Call for paper of the workshop (draft version - 1 page CFP MS Word version)
6. Tentative list of program committee members (Name, affiliation, country, email address)
7. Your workshop web address (Tentative)