Submission Deadline: March 26, 2019

In order to upload/submit your paper for evaluation, use the link below:
Submit New Draft Paper

   There will be between 10 and 15 Keynote lectures and Invited Talks;
speakers include world-renowned scientists and educators. Featured
Keynote Speakers in recent years have included:

- Prof. David A. Patterson (pioneer, architecture, UC Berkeley)
- Prof. Ian Foster (known as Father of Grid Computing; U. of Chicago & ANL)
- The Late Prof. John H. Holland (known as Father of Genetic Algorithms;
U. of Michigan)
- Prof. Barry Vercoe (Founding member of MIT Media Lab, MIT)
- Prof. John Koza (known as Father of Genetic Programming; Stanford U.)
- Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh (Father of Fuzzy Logic, UC Berkeley)
- Dr. Firouz Naderi (former Head of NASA Mars Exploration Program;
former Administrator and/or Director of Jet Propulsion Lab,
CalTech/NASA; NASA's JPL Solar System Exploration
- Dr. K. Eric Drexler (known as Father of Nanotechnology)
- Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy (pioneer, VR, UC Berkeley)
- Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna (pioneer, U. of Southern California)
- Dr. Jose L. Munoz (NSF Program Director and CTO of NSF Office of
- Prof. David Lorge Parnas (pioneer of software engineering)
- Prof. Eugene H. Spafford (Executive Director, CERIAS and Professor,
Purdue University)
- Prof. Haym Hirsh (Dean, Cornell University & former NSF admin)
- Prof. Alfred Inselberg (Tel Aviv U, Israel; Senior Fellow, San Diego
Supercomputing Center; Inventor of the multidimensional system of
Parallel Coordinates and author of textbook)
- Prof. H. J. Siegel (Abell Endowed Chair Distinguished Professor of ECE
and Professor of CS; Director, CSU Information Science and Technology
Center (ISTeC), Colorado State University, Colorado, USA)
- Prof. Amit Sheth (LexisNexis Eminent Scholar; Founder/Executive Director,
Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis))
- Dr. Leonid I. Perlovsky (Harvard University and CEO LP Information Tech)
- Dr. James A. Crowder (Chief Engineer, Raytheon Intelligence)
- Prof. Diego Galar (Director & Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Lulea University of
Technology, Sweden)
- Prof. Michael J. Flynn (Stanford U.; known for Flynn's taxonomy)
- and over 190 other distinguished speakers.

The Congress is among the top five largest international annual
gathering of researchers in computer science, computer engineering and
applied computing. We anticipate to have attendees from about 75
countries and territories. To get a feeling about the conferences'
atmosphere, see some delegates photos available at (over 2,000 photos):


The Congress is composed of a number of tracks (joint-conferences, tutorials, sessions, workshops, poster and panel discussions); all will be held simultaneously, same location and dates: July 29 through August 1, 2019. For the complete list of joint conferences, see below (more detailed information appears at: ) All conferences listed above will be held simultaneously; i.e., same location and dates (July 29 - August 1, 2019, USA.)

   You are invited to submit a paper for consideration. All accepted
papers will be published in printed conference books (ISBN),
imprinted by the American Council on Science and Education, and
distributed/published by CSREA (Computer Science Research, Education,
and Applications Press). The proceedings will also be made available
online. The printed proceedings/books will be available for
distribution on site at the conference. The books will be indexed in
science databases, including EBSCO (, one of the
largest subject index systems, and others. ACM Digital Library is
also including the titles into its databases as well as ProQuest
indexing databases and others.

In addition, like prior years, extended versions of selected papers
(about 40%) will appear in journals and 12 edited research books;
publishers include, Springer, Elsevier, BMC, and others. Each book
in each series will be subject to Elsevier and Springer science
indexing products (which includes: Scopus,; SCI
Compendex, Engineering Village,; EMBASE,;
and others). See the web link below for a small subset of such
publications: (some of these books and journal special issues have
already received the top 25% downloads in their respective fields and/or
identified as "Highly Accessed" by publishers and/or science citation
index trackers.)

Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers by uploading
them to the evaluation web site at:
Submissions must be uploaded by the due date (see IMPORTANT DATES) and
must be in either MS doc or pdf formats (7 pages for Regular Research
Papers; 4 pages for Short Research Papers; 2 pages for Extended
Abstract/Poster Papers - the number of pages include all figures,
tables, and references). All reasonable typesetting formats are
acceptable (later, the authors of accepted papers will be asked to
follow a particular typesetting format to prepare their final papers
for publication; these formatting instructions appear at the submission
web site and they conform to the two-column IEEE style format - see: ).
Papers must not have been previously published or currently submitted for
publication elsewhere.

The first page of the paper should include the followings:
- Title of the paper
- Name, affiliation, postal address, and email address of each
author (identify the name of the Contact Author)
- Abstract (between 100 and 120 words)
- A maximum of 5 topical keywords that would best represent the
work described in the paper
- Write the type of the submission as "Regular Research Paper",
"Short Research Paper", or "Extended Abstract/Poster Paper".
- The actual text of the paper can start from the first page
(space permitting).
Submissions are to be uploaded to the submission/evaluation web site
portal at

Type of Submissions/Papers:

- Full/Regular Research Papers (maximum of 7 pages):
Regular Research Papers should provide detail original research
contributions. They must report new research results that
represent a contribution to the field; sufficient details and
support for the results and conclusions should also be provided.
The work presented in regular papers are expected to be at a
stage of maturity that with some additional work can be published
as journal papers.

- Short Research Papers (maximum of 4 pages):
Short Research Papers report on ongoing research projects. They
should provide overall research methodologies with some results.
The work presented in short papers are expected to be at a stage
of maturity that with some additional work can be published as
regular papers.

- Extended Abstract/Poster Papers (maximum of 2 pages):
Poster papers report on ongoing research projects that are still
in their infancy (i.e., at very early stages). Such papers tend
to provide research methodologies without yet concrete results.

Each paper will be peer-reviewed by two experts in the field for
originality, significance, clarity, impact, and soundness. In cases
of contradictory recommendations, a member of the conference program
committee would be charged to make the final decision (accept/reject);
often, this would involve seeking help from additional referees.
Papers whose authors include a member of the conference program
committee will be evaluated using the double-blinded review process.
(Essay/philosophical papers will not be refereed but may be considered
for discussion/panels).

   Each conference ( )
is composed of a number of tracks. A track can be a session, a workshop,
or a symposium. A session will have at least 6 papers; a workshop at
least 12 papers; and a symposium at least 18 papers. Track chairs will
be responsible for all aspects of their tracks, including: soliciting
papers, reviewing, selecting, ... The names of track chairs will appear
as Associate Editors in the conference proceedings and on the cover of
the printed books (and indexed as such). Track chairs who attract a
sufficient number of solid papers can propose to edit books with a major
publisher based on the extended versions of the papers accepted in their
tracks (the congress will facilitate and help such track chairs to get
the publisher's approval: such as Springer, Elsevier, ...).

Proposals to organize tracks (sessions, workshops, or symposiums) should
include the following information: name and address (+ email) of proposer,
his/her biography, title of track, a 100-word description of the topic of
the track, the name of the conference the track is submitted for
consideration (i.e., ACC, BIOCOMP, ...), and a short description on how
the track will be advertised (in most cases, track proposers solicit
papers from colleagues and researchers whose work is known to the track
proposer). E-mail your track proposal to . We would
like to receive the track proposals as soon as possible (see IMPORTANT

   The CSCE 2019 Congress plans to host its two-day Career, Job, & Education
Fair on July 29 and July 30, 2019. This annual strategic event provides
congress attendees and participants with opportunities to connect with
employers and educators and learn more about career options. Corporations
can also exhibit their products during the event. Interested parties
should refer to:

   As Soon As Possible: Track/Session/Workshop/Symposium Proposals

March 26, 2019: Submission of papers:
- Full/Regular Research Papers (maximum of 7 pages);
- Short Research Papers (maximum of 4 pages);
- Abstract/Poster Papers (maximum of 2 pages)
April 12, 2019: Notification of acceptance (+/- two days)
May 05, 2019: Final papers + Copyright + Registration
July 29 - August 1, 2019:
The 2019 World Congress in Computer Science,
Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing
(CSCE'19: USA);
Including affiliated federated/joint conferences


Luxor in Las Vegas (renovated)


Questions and inquiries should be sent to: CSCE'18 Conference Secretariat: