After the success of the previous editions (ICCS12, WCCS14 and WCCS15), we are very glad to announce the WCCS19, “4th Edition of World conference on Complex Systems “. The WCCS19 will be organized by “Moroccan Society of Complex Systems”, “Ibn Zohr University” and National College of IT (ENSIAS, Mohamed V Souissi University) in partnership with IEEE Moroccan section and “International Academy for Systems and Cybernetic Science” during April 22-25, 2019 in Ouarzazate-Morocco.
The recent technological progress leads to an increased complexity in many Natural and Artificial Systems. This increase in complexity is a result of the emergence of new properties and spatio temporal interactions among a large number of system elements and between the system and its environment. The WCCS19 will provide a high-level international forum for researchers and Ph. D. students who will present recent research results, address new challenges and discuss trends in the area of complex systems and interdisciplinary science. The aims of the conference are focused on the debate about the most relevant methodologies and approaches to understanding, modelling, simulating, predicting, evaluating and mastering the Societal, Ecological, Biological and Engineered Complex Systems.
Invited sessions provide a forum for focused discussions on new topics and innovative applications of established approaches. An invited session consists of at least five related papers that must be submitted through the regular review process.
Each invited session will consist of regular papers associated with a specific subfield of complex systems. Invited session proposals have to be submitted by sending email to Prof. Abdelouahed TAJER, which will then reviewed by the committee. Once approved, authors can submit their papers as an “Invited Session Paper” in PDF format to the wccs19 EasyChair online submission website following the regular paper guidelines.
- The names and affiliations of the organizers;
- A brief abstract limited to 1 page describing the theme;
- If your session has an invited talk, a brief abstract limited to 1 page abstract by an invited speaker is needed.