Call for papers

Scope


Cyberworlds are information spaces and communities that immensely augment the way weinteract, participate in business and receive information throughout the world.Cyberworlds seriously impact our livesand the evolution of the world economy by taking such forms as socialnetworking services, 3D shared virtual communities and massively multiplayeronline role-playing games. CW 2024 is the 23th conference organized annually since 2002.

Topics

VISUAL AND INTERACTIVE COMPUTING IN CYBERSPACE

  • Visual Computing: Extended reality (XR); Computer graphics; Computer animation; Visualization; Image processing; Computer vision, Deep learning in visual computing, etc.
    • Data Science for Immersive CommunicationImmersive visual analytics; Machine and deep learning in visual communication; Collaborative visual analysis, etc.
  • Applications: Digital humans; Education in cyberspace; Shared art and cultural heritage; Health care in cyberspace; Online games and living in shared virtual worlds; Shared digital fabrication, etc.
  • Multimodal Interaction and Human Factors: Man-machine interaction (haptics, olfaction, sonification); Human dynamics; Communication; Collaboration; Entertainment; Digital assistants; Enhanced living; Human augmentation, etc.

COGNITIVE HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTION

  • Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) in Extended Reality (XR): BCI applications; EEG-based neuroimaging; Mobile and adaptive BCIs; Neurofeedback systems and games; Neurorehabilitation and neuroplasticity; Machine-assisted cognitive enhancement, etc.
  • Human Factors in Cyberspace: Affective computing; Emotion artificial intelligence; Human factors in transportation and industry; Biosignals; Internet of bodies; Machine and deep learning for biosignal-based algorithms; Neuroergonomics; Cognitive multimodal interfaces; Human factors in XR; Cognitive human-robot interaction, etc.

CYBERSECURITY

  • Cybercrime Prevention: Identity and trust management; Content protection and digital rights management; Information hiding and anonymity; Privacy protocols; Security protocols; Malware detection; Attack detection, etc.‍
  • Biometrics in Cyberspaces: Behavioral biometrics; Biometric template protection; Emerging biometrics; Multi-biometrics; Presentation attack detection, etc.
  • Internet of Things: Security of embedded systems; Security protocols; Security in V2X and smart cities; Mobile networks security, IoT & big data, etc.
  • Analysis of Digital Traces in Cyberspaces: Forensics (computer, mobile devices, network, social media); Altered content detection (multimedia, deep fake); Digital data analysis (social media, file carving), etc.
Submission categories
  • Full paper – 8 pages
  • Short paper – 4 pages
  • Poster paper – 2 pages
Paper Submission

Submission Link: CW2024 Paper Submission Link

Reviewing process

The authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that DOES NOT GIVE AWAY THEIR IDENTITY to avoid desk rejection. Please follow these guidelines while preparing and submitting your paper:

  • Remove any identifying information, including author names, from the paper title as well as all the file names and document properties.
  • Cite your own relevant papers in the third person, e.g., replace any phrases like “as we have shown before” with “it has been shown before”.‍
  • Make sure the figures and figure captions do not contain any affiliation revealing your identity.
  • Remove all references to funding sources.
  • Do not include acknowledgment.
Publication Policy

By submitting a paper the authors confirm that their paper represents original previously unpublished work, and that if accepted, at least one of the authors will register for the conference and present the paper/poster.The papers, which are registered but not presented at the conference, will not be included in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library — this is the requirement of the publisher.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS with all accepted papers will be published by Conference Publishing Services (IEEE CPS). Note that we require at least one non-student registration for each paper. This registration policy is not for each presenter : i.e., we require two registrations if a single presenter has talks for two papers. The accepted poster papers and posters will require a one-minute fast-forward oral presentation by the presenting author(s) who also have to display and present during the poster session a printed poster (A0 size). The poster authors are also encouraged to set up demos of their works.

JOURNAL PUBLICATION  The extended version of best FULL papers will be considered for publication in special issues of journals. The information on journal publications of past CW conferences can be found at https://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/assourin/CW/cw-conferences.htm

Important Dates
Special Session proposalMay 15, 2024 (Wed)
Papers (Full/Short) SubmissionJune 14, 2024 (Fri)
Papers (Full/Short) NotificationJuly 22, 2024 (Mon)
Poster papers submissionAug 2, 2024 (Fri)
Poster papers notificationAug 19, 2024 (Mon)
Camera-ready submissionAug 26, 2024 (Mon)
Tutorial proposalAug 30, 2023 (Fri)
Author registrationAug 26, 2024 (Mon)