Scholarly Research Excellence

ICNCS 2022 : 24th International Conference on Neuroscience and Cognitive Science

Boston, USA
April 24 - 25, 2022

Conference Code: 22US04ICNCS

Conference Proceedings

All submitted conference papers will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers. The peer-reviewed conference proceedings are indexed in the Digital Open Science Index, Google Scholar, Semantic Scholar, Zenedo, OpenAIRE, BASE, WorldCAT, Sherpa/RoMEO, and other index databases. Impact Factor Indicators.

Special Journal Issues

ICNCS 2022 has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Neuroscience and Cognitive Science. A number of selected high-impact full text papers will also be considered for the special journal issues. All submitted papers will have the opportunity to be considered for this Special Journal Issue. The paper selection will be carried out during the peer review process as well as at the conference presentation stage. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication. The final decision for paper selection will be made based on peer review reports by the Guest Editors and the Editor-in-Chief jointly. Selected full-text papers will be published online free of charge.

Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities

The Conference offers the opportunity to become a conference sponsor or exhibitor. To participate as a sponsor or exhibitor, please download and complete the Conference Sponsorship Request Form.

Important Dates

Abstracts/Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline   November 15, 2021
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection   November 30, 2021
Final Paper (Camera Ready) Submission & Early Bird Registration Deadline   March 24, 2022
Conference Dates   April 24 - 25, 2022

Important Notes

Please ensure your submission meets the conference's strict guidelines for accepting scholarly papers. Downloadable versions of the check list for Full-Text Papers and Abstract Papers.

Please refer to the Paper Submission GUIDE before submitting your paper.

Selected Conference Papers

1) Long Short-Term Memory Based Model for Modeling Nicotine Consumption Using an Electronic Cigarette and Internet of Things Devices
Hamdi Amroun, Yacine Benziani, Mehdi Ammi
2) Use of Indian Food Mascot Design as an Advertising Tool in Maintaining and Growing the Brand Name
Preeti Yadav, Dandeswar Bisoyi, Debkumar Chakrabarti
3) Thermalytix: An Advanced Artificial Intelligence Based Solution for Non-Contact Breast Screening
S. Sudhakar, Geetha Manjunath, Siva Teja Kakileti, Himanshu Madhu
4) Affective Robots: Evaluation of Automatic Emotion Recognition Approaches on a Humanoid Robot towards Emotionally Intelligent Machines
Silvia Santano Guillén, Luigi Lo Iacono, Christian Meder
5) Embodied Cognition as a Concept of Educational Neuroscience and Phenomenology
Elham Shirvani-Ghadikolaei
6) Knowledge Reactor: A Contextual Computing Work in Progress for Eldercare
Scott N. Gerard, Aliza Heching, Susann M. Keohane, Samuel S. Adams
7) An Improved K-Means Algorithm for Gene Expression Data Clustering
Billel Kenidra, Mohamed Benmohammed
8) Hand Gesture Detection via EmguCV Canny Pruning
N. N. Mosola, S. J. Molete, L. S. Masoebe, M. Letsae
9) A Speeded up Robust Scale-Invariant Feature Transform Currency Recognition Algorithm
Daliyah S. Aljutaili, Redna A. Almutlaq, Suha A. Alharbi, Dina M. Ibrahim
10) Neuron Efficiency in Fluid Dynamics and Prediction of Groundwater Reservoirs'' Properties Using Pattern Recognition
J. K. Adedeji, S. T. Ijatuyi
11) Automated Heart Sound Classification from Unsegmented Phonocardiogram Signals Using Time Frequency Features
Nadia Masood Khan, Muhammad Salman Khan, Gul Muhammad Khan
12) Embodied Cognition and Its Implications in Education: An Overview of Recent Literature
Panagiotis Kosmas, Panayiotis Zaphiris
13) Pareidolia and Perception of Anger in Vehicle Styles: Survey Results
Alan S. Hoback
14) Methodology for Developing an Intelligent Tutoring System Based on Marzano’s Taxonomy
Joaquin Navarro Perales, Ana Lidia Franzoni Velázquez, Francisco Cervantes Pérez
15) Developmental Differences in the Construction of Concepts by Children from 3 to 14-Year-Olds: Perception, Language and Instruction
Mehmet Ozcan

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