Guidelines for Paper Submission

On behalf of the IEEE SSCI 2021 Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to invite you to this event. The IEEE SSCI 2021 will host several symposia and encourages cross-fertilization of ideas among various topics in Computational Intelligence. We intend to provide a forum for intellectuals from all over the world to discuss and present their research findings on computational intelligence. IEEE Computational Intelligence Society has maintained its position as a leader of conferences and journals in computational intelligence.

We offer several symposia and special sessions. Please refer to them to find the most relevant ones to your papers.

Important Dates

  • Special Session Proposals: May 28th 2021 
  • Tutorial Proposals: May 28th 2021
  • Paper Submissions: August 6th 2021 
  • Paper Acceptance: September 17th 2021 
  • Camera ready Paper: October 15th 2021 
  • Early Registration: October 15th 2021
  • Conference dates: December 4th to 7th 2021

Policy on Multiple Submissions

IEEE SSCI 2021 will not accept any paper that is under review, has been accepted, or has been published in any other venue at the time of submission or during the review process of IEEE SSCI 2021. If in doubt, email your question to the Program Chairs, Prof. Alice Smith at or Prof. Carlos Coello at

Review Process

Each paper submitted to IEEE SSCI 2021 will receive at least three reviews. The paper will be assessed based on originality, significance, adherence to the scientific method, correctness, clarity and quality of scientific presentation. The decision made on the paper by the Program Chairs is final.

Submission and Registration Restrictions

There are no restrictions on the number of papers submitted by a single author. However, each accepted paper must have at least one of its authors with full registration to the conference. Full registration covers up to two accepted papers.

Paper Length and Format

Each paper should be between 6 to 8 pages, including figures, tables and references. A maximum of two extra pages per paper is allowed (i.e, up to 10 pages), at an additional charge of US$100 per extra page.

All papers should be submitted using the IEEE two-column conference style file.

The MS Word and LaTeX instructions and templates can be found on: Link.

All papers must be submitted through the IEEE SSCI 2021 online submission system.

Authors will need to select the symposium they wish to submit to from the dropdown list of research areas in the submission system.

Archiving policy

IEEE allows authors to have their paper appears in a public archive such as Techrxiv ( or Arxiv ( The PSPB Operations Manual ( contains the policies related to posting of preprints of articles submitted to IEEE publications.


All accepted papers at IEEE SSCI 2021 will be published in the IEEE SSCI 2021 proceedings, copyrighted by IEEE.