Program Committee

Track 1: Cyber Philosophy, Cyberlogic and Cyber Science

 • Cyber and cyber-enabled existing and entity
 • Cyber and cyber-enabled spaces
 • Cyber philosophy
 • Cyberlogic and methods
 • Cyber Science
 • Cyberspace Education, Learning and Training
Meifang Zhang, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China ( zhangmeifang[AT] )
Wenbing Zhao, Cleveland State University, USA (w.zhao1[AT]

Track 2: Cyber Living

 • Cyber-enabled physical living space and environment
 • Cyber-enabled social living space and environment
 • Cyber-enabled thinking living space and environment
 • Cyber living theory, technology and application and service
 • Cyber society and community
 • Smart Home/Neighborhood/Cities
 • Smart building and working enviroment
 • Cyberspace administration and international cooperation
 • Smart/Intelligent Education and Learning
 • Games and Entertainment
Liangxiu Han, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK ( l.han[AT] )
Colin Johnson, University of Kent, UK ( C.G.Johnson[AT] )

Track 3: Cyber Health and Smart Healthcare

 • Cyber health solutions
 • Cyber health detection and evaluation
 • Smart healthcare and active assisted living
 • Assisted living robot and applications
 • Security architectures and protection mechanisms for smart healthcare
 • Cyber physical smart healthcare systems
 • Machine learning based healthcare models and applications
 • Real-time data processing for cyber health
 • Wearable sensor-based healthcare solutions
 • Hardware based acceleration for cyber health systems
 • Prototype, test-bed design and demonstrations for healthcare solutions
Faycal Bensaali, Qatar University, Qatar ( f.bensaali[AT] )
Yong Hu, The University of Hong Kong, China ( yhud[AT] )
Xiaojun Zhai, University of Essex, UK ( xzhai[AT] )
TPC Members:
Nasser Alaraje, Michigan Technological University, USA
Abbes Amira, De Montfort University, UK
Kofi Appiah, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Hamza Djelouat, University of Oulu, Finland
Klaus D McDonald-Maier, University of Essex, UK
John Panneerselvam, University of Derby, UK
Yanghong Tan, Hunan University, China
Bin Ye, Queens University of Belfast, UK
Wangyang Yu, Shaanxi Normal University, P.R. China
Bo Yuan, University of Derby & Data Science Research Center of University of Derby, UK
Yongjun Zheng, University of West London, UK
Zhifeng Zhong, Hubei University, China
Xingzhen Bai, Tongji University, P.R. China

Track 4: Cyber-syndrome and Cyber recovery

 • Internet user physical, social and mental disease, detection and evaluation
 • Mobile phone user physical, social and mental disease, detection and evaluation
 • Human-Machine Disease, detection and evaluation
 • Game addiction, evaluation and recovering
 • Cyber and Cyber-enabled recovering method and solutions
Hussain Al-Aqrabi, University of Huddersfield, UK. ( H.Al-Aqrabi[AT] )
Liying Wang, Nanjing Normal University, China ( wangliying[AT] )
TPC Members:
kieren Egan, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Strathclyde Glasgow, UK
Preetha Phillips, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, USA
Pengjiang Qian, Jiangnan University, China
Junding Sun, Henan Polytechnic University, China
Xiaosong Yang, National Center for Computer Animation, Bournemouth University, UK

Track 5: Social Computing and Cyber Physical Social Systems

 • Fundamentals of social computing
 • Social system design and architectures
 • Mobile social computing
 • Modeling of social behavior, social conventions and social contexts
 • Social network analysis and mining
 • Social media analytics
 • Social media infrastructure and cloud computing
 • Big social media data
 • Computational models of social simulation
 • Social cognition and social intelligence
 • Group formation and evolution
 • Group interaction, collaboration, representation and profiling
 • Social service and service oriented interaction design
 • Cyber-enabled social government and management
 • Business social software systems
 • Cyber-enabled physical systems
 • Cyber-enabled social applications and services
Jianxin Li, Beihang University, China ( lijx[AT] )

Track 6: Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection

 • Autonomous Healthcare and Assistance
 • Privacy and Security of Health Data
 • Cybersecurity technology and solutions
 • Cyber-enabled physical, social and thinking protection solutions for attack
 • Malice behavior detection and identification
 • Privacy Protection for users or data
 • Trust and evaluation methods for cyber and cyber-enabled activity and behavior
Junaid Arshad, University of West London, UK ( Junaid.Arshad[AT] )
Muhammad Ajmal Azad, University of Derby, UK ( m.azad[AT] )

Track 7: Brain-Machine Integration and Neural Information Processing

 • Neural Information Processing
 • Brain-Like Computing and Intelligent Information Systems
 • Brain Informatics and Health
 • Affective and Cognitive Computing
 • Neural and Rehabilitation Engineering
Rusdi Abd Rashid, Director, University of Malaya Center for Addiction Sciences (UMCAS), Malaysia ( rusdi[AT] )
Likun Xia, Capital Normal University, China ( xlk[AT] )
TPC Members:
Maher Assaad, College of Engineering, Ajman University, United Arab Emirates
Yuan Yuan Chen, Beijing Fistar Technology Co., Ltd., China
Ming Ma, School of Medicine, University of Stanford, USA
Wajid Mumtaz, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia,Czech Republic
Li Tan, School of Computer and Information Engineering, Beijing Technology and Business University, China
Kedi Xu, Qiushi Academy for Advanced Studies, Zhejiang University
Susu Yao, Institute for Infocomm Research, A*STAR, Singapore
Da Zhang, College of Information Engineering, Capital Normal University, China
Shaomin Zhang, Qiushi Academy for Advanced Studies, Zhejiang University

Track 8: Cyber crisis warning and public safety

 • Cyber natural disaster warning and command, including flood, typhoon, debris flow etc.
 • Cyber ecological environment disaster warning and command, including invasive species, chemical leak, genetically modified (gm) diffusion etc.
 • Cyber traffic accident warning and command, including roads, airports and airspace, channel, etc.
 • Cyber major public health disaster warning and command, including infectious diseases, food poisoning etc.
 • Cyber anti-terrorism warning and command.
 • Cyber financial security early warning system and regulation.
 • Cyber early warning and guide the social public opinion and public opinion.
Tan Jen Hong, National University of Singapore, Singapore ( isstjh[AT] )
Chenxi Huang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore ( tongchenhuang[AT] )

Track 9: Cyber diagnosis

 • Deep-Transfer Learning in cyber smart medicinal diagnosis
 • Smart medicinal diagnosis on multimodal sensors and smart objects
 • Smart patient condition screening, visualization and monitoring
 • Deep learning for disease location, disease classification, disease retrieval
 • Other smart methods of Cyber medicinal diagnosis
Raymond F. Muzic, jr, Case Western Reserve University; University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, USA ( raymond.muzic[AT] )
Kaijian Xia, China University of Mining and Technology; Changshu No.1 People' Hospital, China ( xiakaijian[AT] )
TPC Members:
Yizhang Jiang, Jiangnan University, China
Jin Yong, Changshu Institute of Technology, China
Vishnu Varthanan Govindaraj,Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, India
Li Yuexin, Hubei University, China 
Shan Zhong, Changshu Institute of Technology, China