Computer science protecting human society against epidemics

Computer science protecting human society against epidemics

From June 28, 2021 00:14 until June 29, 2021 02:14 Save to calendar

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Posted by Nenad Stefanović

Categories: Conferences , Workshop

Tags: COVID-19 , Bioinformstics , Computer Science

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Conference topics:

IT support for modelling and understanding Covid-19 pandemics and its effects IT aspects of society's life during a pandemic Security and privacy during pandemics
  • Collecting data on Covid-19
  • Modeling and prediction of virus spread
  • Modeling social, economic, and other effects of epidemics
  • Covid-19 diagnosis
  • Bioinformatics aspects of Covid-19
  • IT tools: artificial intelligence and deep learning, virtual reality systems, location and navigation systems, big data, the Internet of Things in collecting information, quantum computing in information processing
  • Social communication systems
  • Remote work
  • Remote education, On-line universities
  • Remote medicine
  • IT support for the functioning of cities during an epidemic
  • Rationing of scarce goods
  • Social life and entertainment via the Internet
  • Computer science in protection against infection
  • Tracking contacts that threaten infection, location in confined spaces
  • Control of people in quarantine
  • Planning of testing and vaccination safety of individual social groups depending on age and functions (medicine, army)

The postproceedings will be published by Springer.

The registration fee is mainly to cover the Springer publication costs.
It will be determined after the submission. It will be below 200 Euro.

Paper submission 15 April
Notification of paper acceptance: 15 May
Final paper submission and registration: 30 May
Conference 28-29 June 2020


The papers should be submitted via Easychair
The submission may include long papers limited to 12 pages in Springer LaTex llncs format or short papers (up to 4 pages)
All questions about submissions may be emailed to antycovid21 at


General Chair: Yuko Murayama, Tsuda University, Kodaira, Tokyo, Japan

Honorary Chair: Erol Gelenbe, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, PAS, Gliwice, Poland

Vice Chair: Aleksander Byrski, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland

Vice Chair: Tadeusz Czachórski, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, PAS, Gliwice, Poland

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