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CSCMP-2019

3-6 September, 2019
Samara, Russia

COMPLEX SYSTEMS:
CONTROL AND
MODELLING PROBLEMS

XXI International Scientific Conference


Paper submission

About The Event

International scientific conferences "COMPLEX SYSTEMS: CONTROL AND MODELING PROBLEMS" (CSCMP) take place in Samara every year, since 1999. The main objective of the conferences is to provide forum in which representatives of various scientific schools and disciplines could present their researches and developments in the field of Electrotechnologies and Electronics, Robotics and Mehatronics, Optimal Control and Optimization, Measuring Techniques and Diagnostics, Bioinformatics and Management in Social-Economic Systems.

One of the traditional conferences’ areas is the developing of Artificial Intelligence (AI) models, methods and tools for digitalization of knowledge and automation of the decision making processes for INDUSTRY 5.0, where AI is planned to work in coopetition with humans. The special theme of the topic in CSCMP-2019 will be “Enterprise adaptability and effectiveness under conditions of uncertainty, turbulent dynamics and resource limitations”.

Where

Samara State Technical University, Molodogvardeyskaya Str., 244, Samara, Russia

When

3-6 September, 2019

Conference topics

  • Industry 5.0 and Super Smart Society

  • Intelligent systems and technologies

  • Modern energy-saving electrotechnologies

  • Optimal control theory and its applications

  • Robotics and electronics

  • Modelling and simulation in technical systems

  • Measuring, control and diagnostics under extreme conditions

  • Management in social and economic systems

Conference Committees

General Chair

S.A. Nikitov

Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of Kotel'nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences,Head of IEEE Russia Section

Chairman of the Programm Committee

D.E. Bykov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

Vice-Chairmans of the Programm Committee

S.Yu. Borovik

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

Yu.E. Pleshivtseva

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

International Programm Committee

E. Baake

Professor, Institute of Electrotechnology, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

V. Mařík

Professor, Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics

J. Mau

Professor, Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf, Germany

B. Nacke

Professor, Institute of Electrotechnology, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

G. Rzevski

Professor, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

National Programm Committee

S.E. Bankov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Kotel'nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

F.V. Grechnikov

Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

N.B. Filimonov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Moscow State University, Russia

B.G. Ilyasov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Russia

A.V. Leonidov

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

T.V. Moiseeva

Candidate of Economical Sciences, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

M.V. Nenashev

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

D.A. Novikov

Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute for The Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

A.A. Pimenov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

E.Ya. Rapoport

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

G.G. Sebryakov

Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, State Research Institute for Aviation Systems, Moscow, Russia

P.O. Skobelev

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

S.V. Smirnov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

Yu.N. Zolotukhin

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Institute of Automation and Electrometry, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia

Co-Chairmans of the Organizing Committee

S.Yu. Borovik

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

A.A. Pimenov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

Vice-Chairman of the Organizing Committee

Yu.E. Pleshivtseva

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

Secretariate of the Organizing Committee

N.V. Borovik

Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

M.Yu. Derevyanov

Candidate of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

Organizing Committee Members

V.E. Gvozdev

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Russia

N.G. Gubanov

Candidate of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

S.V. Kuznetsov

Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

O. Lavrov

Doctor of Medical Sciences, Knowledge Management Group, Moscow, Russia

T.V. Moiseeva

Candidate of Economical Sciences, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

P.O. Skobelev

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Samara State Technical University, Russia

S.V. Smirnov

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Institute for the Control of Complex Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara, Russia

Invited Speakers

George Rzervski

George Rzevski

Vladimir Mařík

Vladimir Mařík

Valery Rudnev

Valery Rudnev

Oleg Lavrov

Oleg Lavrov

Andrey Leonidov

Andrey Leonidov

Edgar Rapoport

Edgar Rapoport

Important Dates

Feb 1, 2019

Applications registration

Completion of applications registration and submission of abstracts

Feb 15, 2019
Mar 1, 2019

Invitation for participation

Invitation to present a full text manuscript

Apr 1, 2019

Full paper submission

Completion of full text manuscripts submission in Russian or/and in English

Review period

Notification of acceptance

Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference

Final manuscript acceptance

Completion of final manuscripts acceptance

Payments completion

Deadline for conference registration fee

Conference period

Publications

All papers presented to the XXI International scientific conference "Complex Systems: Control and Modelling Problems" (CSCMP-2019) should be the original research works directly related to the topics of the Conference and that were not published before.

The official languages of CSCMP-2019 are Russian and English.

At least two reviewers will evaluate the submission in a blind-peer review. Accepted papers will be published in CSCMP-2019 Conference Procceedings (included in Russian Science Citation Index) after registration fee payment.

English versions of the papers recommended by the reviewers, conforming to the requirements of IEEE and on the assumption that the author participates in the Conference in person, will be published in IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The IEEE provides SCOPUS with all of the IEEE Xplore digital library content.

The National Program Committee of the Conference will recommend journal versions of the most interesting reports for publication in domestic peer-reviewed journals which act as informational sponsors of the Conference.

Participation & Paper Submission

  1. The authors register their applications on the Conference site

  2. The application should contain:

    • Contact details;
    • Paper title;
    • Authors' list;
    • Annotation in English or Russian (at least 200 words).

    On the basis of applications review the Program Committee decides on authors invitation to participate in the Conference. The invitation is sent to the authors electronically by e-mail.

    The application may be rejected:

    • if the deadlines are violated;
    • if the application does not comply with Conference topics or does not match the Conference level.

  3. Following the received invitation the authors submit the full text of the report to the Organizing Committee in Russian (for the participants from RF and CIS) or in English (for the foreign participants)

  4. The reports' manuscripts must be formalized with the help of the text editor MS Word according to the template. Non-compliance of the report with the guidelines is a sufficient reason for its rejection.

    The length of the report is 4-6 full pages.

    The participants from RF should provide the Organizing Committee additionaly with the expert jugment about the publication possibility (electronically by e-mail, sample) and the act of identification expertise* (electronically by e-mail, sample).

    *The document must be arranged according to the Federal Act on Export Control No. 183FZ, 18.07.1999 and must determine the fact that there is no information in the paper about goods or technologies being listed on the Export Control List.

  5. The authors from RF (CIS) after the adoption of the report or its modification (if necessary) should send to The Organizing Committee the following documents:

    • The final report in Russian (electronically by e-mail: info@cscmp.ru)
    • The confirmation of the Registration fee payment (1000 Rub)for paper publication in CSCMP-2019 procceedings (RSCI)(electronically by e-mail: info@cscmp.ru)
    • The originals of the expert jugment and the act of identification expertise (by post: the address is ICCS RAS, Sadovaya str., 61, Samara, 443020, RF)

    The authors of the reports recommended for the publication in IEEE Xplore® Digital Library should additionaly send to Organising Committee the following documents:

    • The paper translated into English according to the template (electronically by e-mail: info@cscmp.ru)
    • The confirmation of the Registration fee payment(6500 Rub) for the paper publication in IEEE Xplore® Digital Library (Scopus) (electronically by e-mail: info@cscmp.ru)

  6. The foreign authors after the adoption of the report or its modification (if necessary) should send to the Organizing Committee the following documents:

    • The final report in English (electronically by e-mail: info@cscmp.ru)
    • The confirmation of the Registration fee payment(150 Euro) for the paper publication in CSCMP-2019 procceedings (RSCI) and IEEE Xplore® Digital Library (Scopus) (electronically by e-mail: info@cscmp.ru)

The authors warrant that all matterials supposed for publication in CSCMP-2019 Procceedings and sent to CSCMP-2019 Organizing Committee are authors' original works and they are the owners of the exclusive rights on the transferred materials.

The authors grant nonexceptional right to ICCS RAS and SSTU for edition of the materials, their subsequent distribution in printed and electronic forms, including the right for placement of electronic copies in the databases presented in the form of scientific information resources in the Internet by distribution of separate independent parts of articles, the right for creation of electronic copies of articles (reproduction), the right for extraction of metadata (processing) of articles and their use for filling of databases.

In accordance with the IEEE requirements the paper must be presented by the author in person to be included in IEEE Xplore® Digital Library.


The papers that are not in compliance with the IEEE requirements of quality of translation will not be published in IEEE Xplore® Digital Library.


The authors who intend to publish an article in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library are required to provide a transfer of copyright according to IEEE terms.

Conference fee

Proceedings Access*
(Russian and CIS Participants)
1000 Rub

  • CSCMP-2019 Proceedings (RSCI)
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Participant Kit
  • IEEE Xplore Digital Library (Scopus)
  • Visa Support

IEEE Xplore Access**
(Russian and CIS Participants)
6500 Rub

  • CSCMP-2019 Proceedings (RSCI)
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Participant Kit
  • IEEE Xplore Digital Library (Scopus)
  • Visa Support

Foreign Participants Access***
(Visa support included)
150 Euro

  • CSCMP-2019 Proceedings (RSCI)
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Participant Kit
  • IEEE Xplore Digital Library (Scopus)
  • Visa Support

*Registration fee for Russian and CIS participants for papers publication in CSCMP-2019 procceedings (RSCI) in Russian or English. Students and postdocs are free of charge for one sole paper (personal attendence in the conference is required).

**Registration fee for Russian and CIS participants for publication of English version of papers in IEEE Xplore Digital Library with further indexing in Scopus. IEEE members have 50% discount (no more than two papers with two co-authers, personal attendence in the conference needed)

***Registration fee for foreign participants for publication in CSCMP-2019 proceedings and IEEE Xplore Digital Library. IEEE members have 50% discount (no more than two papers with two co-authers, personal attendence in the conference is required)

Event Venue

The CSCMP-2019 International Scientific Conference will take place at Samara State Technical University by the address: Molodogvardeyskaya St. 244, Samara 443100, Russian Federation

About Samara

Samara is a picturesque Russian city on the right on the curve of the Volga River, “Mother of Russia” where it widens and the view is so spectacular that it seems as if one is looking at an inland sea rather than a river. The natural beauty of the Zhiguly mountains nearby, a famed resting place of area residents, boasts a huge network of caves to interest spelunkers and tourists alike.Now it is a major economic, transport, scientific, educational, and cultural center of the country. Samara is "millionaire city", with a population of 1.16 million people (the ninth largest population in Russia) and if the surrounding environs are included, approximately three million.

The earliest records of the settlement at the confluence of the Samara River and the Volga River were made by the Arabian traveler Ibn Fadlan in 921. Later, in 1367 the city-pier called Samar was marked on the map, made by Italian merchants Pizigani. Officially, Samara started with a fortress built in 1586 by decree of Tsar Fyodor Ivanovich at the confluence of the Volga and Samara Rivers. This fortress was a frontier post protecting the waterway from Kazan to Astrakhan from forays of nomads. The administrative significance of Samara raised tremendously in 1851 when it became the center of Samara Province. Since that time and over 150 years this city is the capital of one of the most economically powerful Russian Regions. In the end of the XIX century Samara became one of the biggest trade centers, so called “Russian bread wharf”. And fr om the middle of the XX century the city, renamed into Kuibyshev, became the Russian capital of airspace military industry.

During the World War II, Samara (at that time the city was called Kuybyshev) was chosen as the USSR capital in case of Moscow fall. Special shelter was built for the USSR leader Stalin. Today it is known as Stalin’s Bunker and is open for visitors. The production of the most popular aircraft of the Second World War – IL-2 was mastered in Kuybyshev, whose monument stands at the entrance to the city. The most widespread soviet passenger jet was the airliner Tu-154 assembled by Kuybyshev workers.

Kuybyshev defense industry was developing fast after the World War II and now city is associated with the aerospace industry. JSC “Kuznetsov” is the largest enterprise of aviation and space propulsion engineering. The plant TsSKB “Progress” is the leading company of building middle class rockets of the R-7 type and automatic spacecraft remote sensing. One of the most recognizable landmarks in the city is carrier rocket “Soyuz”, manufactured in Samara.

The end of the “cold war” withdrew the secrecy label from the city and Samara got back its acknowledged status of one of the international centers of scientific, cultural and business communications. Nowdays Samara is the biggest transportation hub on the way from Europe to Asia and from north to south. International airport “Kurumoch”, Kuibyshev Railway, Federal Highways and River Port provide the required opportunities for carrying passenger and cargos of any weight. Modern railway station in Samara was built in 2001, and now it’s the biggest railway station in Europe (its highest peak is 101 m). City guests like to lift on the viewing platform – a big balcony around the dome of the railway station to get a bird’s eye-view of the city.

High scientific-educational opportunities of Samara provide the powerful basis for the training of professionals. Municipal educational institutions train the specialists for all the branches of economy, full range of engineering, scientific and humanitarian disciplines. It is worth mentioning that not only citizens of Samara but also students from other Russian cities and foreign students get high education in the institutions working in Samara.

There are a lot of various historical buildings in Samara which make the city precious from the architectural point of view. Samara Embankment, the longest in Russia (about 5 km), is one of the main sights of the city. Kuibyshev Square is the largest square in Europe.

Architectural ensembles of Kuibyshev and Leningrad streets, Glory Monument, the monuments “Lad’ya”, “Chapaev”, “The cat on a radiator”, “Comrade Sukhov”, “Pinocchio” and others created by famous designers are known in Russia and abroad because of thousands of photos made by Russian and foreign tourists.

The best time to come to Samara in the period from May to September. At this time with comfort and fun you can visit the main attractions of our city and the region.

Organizers & Partners

Contact Us

Address

Samara State Technical University
244 Molodogvardeyskaya Street,
Samara 443100, RF

Institute for the Control of Complex Systems
of Russian Academy of Sciences
61 Sadovaya Street, Samara 443020, RF

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