2015 Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer Aided System Engineering (APCASE 2015)

July 14-16, 2015

Quito, Ecuador


Call for Papers


Important dates

Full Paper Submission:   15 March 2015
Acceptance Notification:  30 April 2015
Regular Registration:       15 June 2015
Conference Dates:          14-16 July 2015
Conference Scope
Nowadays engineering system design cannot be conceived without the help of computers. The APCASE conference topics cover the wide spectrum of applications in which Computer Aid is fundamental to accomplish system engineering and design; therefore topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • System theory and applications
    • Computer-aided system optimization and design
    • Cooperative engineering systems
    • Heuristic computation models and systems
    • Biomimetic models, computation & systems
    • Autonomous and autonomic systems
    • Model-driven system design
  • Communications and networks
    • Wireless network systems & apps
    • Security and safety systems
    • Cognitive Radio systems
  • Biomedical and health systems
    • Computer-based methods in medicine
  • Ubiquitous and ambient computing
    • Cloud computing systems and applications
    • Web-oriented and ontological systems
    • Mobile computing and applications
    • Internet-of-things (IoT)
    • Wireless sensors and body area networks
  • Mechatronic and robotic systems
    • Machine vision and image processing
    • Haptics and control systems
    • Sensory systems and applications
    • Telematics systems
    • Real-time systems and applications
  • Software intensive systems
    • Simulation systems
    • Augmented reality systems
    • Social network systems
    • User and data centric systems
  • Engineering Smart Systems
    • Engineering of smart infrastructures
    • Precision and vertical agriculture systems
    • Smart cities, buildings and homes
    • Smart laboratory and education systems
  • Power Systems Computing and Software
    • Computer-based methods and algorithms for Real-time analysis
    • Computational intelligence in Smart Grids
    • Computer-based tools and techniques in Power Systems Operation
    • Computational models for power systems expansion planning
    • Real-time systems and energy management applications

Papers accepted for presentation will be submitted to IEEE Xplore.


Submission Guidelines

Submitted papers should present original research that is unpublished and not submitted elsewhere. Regular papers should have no more than 6 pages and should strictly comply with IEEE Xplore guides for publication. IEEE templates and author instructions will be available at the website.