2020 3rd Workshop on Human-centric Idea, Policy and Advancement will be held in Harbin, China, during August 21-23, 2020.
This conference will provide a platform for engineers and researchers. The accepted and registration completed good papers will be published on SCIE / EI / SCOPUS journals.
As your safety is our top priority and concern, the conference adds online presentation for presenters in addition to the oral presentation and poster presentation. If you cannot attend the conference because of the COVID-19, you are recommended to choose online presentation.
Topic 1: Location Based Mobile Marketing Innovations
Topic2: Higher Level Artificial Neural Network Based Intelligent Systems
Topic3: Current Applications and Innovations of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Aerospace
Topic4: Research Trends on Autonomous Vehicles
Topic5: Data analytics for Public Health Care
Submission Deadline: August 1, 2020
Accept/Reject Notification: 15 days after submission
Authors' Registration Deadline: 15 days after registration
Conference Date: August 21-23, 2020
1. Prepare your papers
Submissions must correspond to the topics.
Please prepare your paper in MS WORD format.
Authors are invited to submit full papers in English.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 2 reviewers.
All submissions should be original, professional and have not been published elsewhere.
Plagiarism in any form is not allowed, the authors should be responsible for the papers seriously.
2. Format your papers
Paper Format: Use the form as you want.
Regular papers are allowed to at least 8 pages.
3. Submit your papers
Submission via email:
The email subject should be named "Topic-Name".
The accepted and registration completed good papers will be published on SCIE / EI / SCOPUS journals.
For papers accepted after reviewing, we will send the Acceptance Letter and Registration Instructions to the author's email. After receiving the email, the registration can be completed by following the Registration Instructions.
WORKSHOP Registration Fee will be noticed by E-mail (NOT Include journal publication fee).
Harbin is the capital of Heilongjiang province, and largest city in the northeastern region of the People's Republic of China. Holding sub-provincial administrative status, Harbin has direct jurisdiction over nine metropolitan districts, two county-level cities and seven counties. Harbin is the eighth most populous Chinese city according to the 2010 census, the built-up area (which consists of all districts except Shuangcheng and Acheng) had 5,282,093 inhabitants, while the total population of the sub-provincial city was up to 10,635,971. Harbin serves as a key political, economic, scientific, cultural, and communications hub in Northeast China, as well as an important industrial base of the nation.
Harbin, whose name was originally a Manchu word meaning "a place for drying fishing nets", grew from a small rural settlement on the Songhua River to become one of the largest cities in Northeast China. Founded in 1898 with the coming of the Chinese Eastern Railway, the city first prospered as a region inhabited by an overwhelming majority of the immigrants from the Russian Empire.
Having the most bitterly cold winters among major Chinese cities, Harbin is heralded as the Ice City for its well-known winter tourism and recreations. Harbin is notable for its beautiful ice sculpture festival in the winter. Besides being well known for its historical Russian legacy, the city serves as an important gateway in Sino-Russian trade today, containing a sizable population of Russian diaspora. In the 1920s, the city was considered China's fashion capital since new designs from Paris and Moscow reached here first before arriving in Shanghai. The city was voted "China Top Tourist City" by the China National Tourism Administration in 2004. On 22 June 2010, Harbin was appointed a "City of Music" by the UN.
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