This International Conference on Data Intelligence and Cognitive Informatics [ICDCI 2021] welcomes researchers, academicians, scholars, and industrialists across the globe to join the international research initiative on data intelligence and cognitive informatics towards investigating the evolving information processing systems, and for the development of next-generation cognitive informatics and communication technologies.

Call For Papers


  • Intelligent Information Systems
  • Data management and visualization
  • Data mining techniques
  • Big Data Intelligence
  • Information Retrieval Techniques
  • Image/Video Processing and Analysis
  • Data Integration techniques
  • Web data management techniques
  • Big data storage and processing architectures
  • Distributed and Parallel Databases
  • Access Control and Authorization techniques
  • Natural language Processing
  • Big Data as a Service
  • Data pre-processing techniques
  • Multi-Structured Data Processing Techniques
  • Computational Modeling and Data Integration techniques
  • Security and Privacy-Preserving Big data analytics


  • Cognitively Inspired Computing and Communications
  • Cognitive foundation in big data
  • Cognitive Robotics
  • Autonomous Computing Technologies
  • Cognitive information processing model
  • Cognitive human-computer interaction techniques
  • Deep Learning
  • Data-driven Fuzzy Systems and Models
  • Cognition based human-machine cooperation
  • Cognitive interferences in data processing
  • Cognitive Information Theory
  • Neuro-computing and Brain-System Interfaces
  • Knowledge processors and Manipulations
  • Intelligent Decision Theories and Models
  • Distributed Data Intelligence Models
  • Cognitive data modeling and mining techniques


  • Smart Cities
  • Healthcare
  • Process Automation
  • Healthcare
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Cognitive Human-Computer Interaction Models
  • Industrial Automation and Robotics
  • Internet of Vehicles
  • Wearable and personalized technologies
  • Smart Virtual Environments
  • Mobile Technologies and Services
  • E-learning
  • Gaming Theory
  • Smart User Interfaces
  • Multimedia and Video Processing