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SPECIAL SESSION ON MACHINE LEARNING APPLICATIONS IN CYBER SECURITY

IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI) 2020

International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN) 2020

19 - 24th July, 2020, Glasgow (UK)

 

AIM AND SCOPE



As the use of internet gains increasing dominance in our day to day life, the criminal
exploitation of cyberspace grows in correspondence. Cybercrimes are now a global problem
that affect many aspects of human life, making people more conscious about their personal
or business data. Consequently, cyber security is a field of science in rapid development.

Machine learning provides a variety of techniques that are applicable to problem solving
within many disciplines. The aim of this special session is to obtain an insight into the current
state of the practice of machine learning applications in addressing challenges faced in cyber
security. 

Topics relevant to this session include, but are not limited to:


• Applications of machine learning in data encryption

• Applications of machine learning in the process of authentication

• Applications of machine learning in detection and prevention of network intrusion

• Applications of machine learning in digital security and social networks

• Applications of machine learning in detection and prevention of identity theft

• Applications of machine Learning in identification of malwares

• Applications of machine Learning in detection and prevention of phishing threats

• Applications of machine learning in information security

• Applications of machine learning in cyber-attack detection and prevention

• Application of machine learning in web server attacks

• Applications of machine learning in fraud detection

• Applications of machine learning in identity resolution



 


Submission Guidelines

This special session will be held in the 2020 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks-IJCNN (wcci2020.org/ijcnn-sessions/), a part of the 2020 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (https://wcci2020.org/ ) (Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, July 19-24, 2020). All papers should be prepared according to the IJCNN 2020 policy and should be submitted electronically using the conference website (https://wcci2020.org/ ) . To submit your paper to this special session, you have to choose our special session on the submission page. All papers accepted and presented at the IEEE IJCNN 2020 will be included in the conference proceedings published by IEEE Explore.

 

SPECIAL SESSION ORGANIZERS

Corresponding Contact

DR MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN AMIRHOSSEINI

Intelligent Systems Research Centre, School of Computing and Digital Media, London Metropolitan University


m.amirhosseini@londonmet.ac.uk

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PROF HASSAN KAZEMIAN

Intelligent Systems Research Centre, School of Computing and Digital Media, London Metropolitan University

h.Kazemian@londonmet.ac.uk

 

BIOGRAPHY OF THE ORGANIZERS

DR MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN AMIRHOSSEINI

Dr. Amirhosseini is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at London Metropolitan
University, contributing to the SPIRIT (Scalable Privacy Preserving Intelligence Analysis for
Resolving Identities) project European Horizon 2020, which has been granted a €5 million
fund by the European Union and it has a consortium of 17 partners from 9 different European
countries. He is also a principal member of Intelligent Systems Research Centre at London
Metropolitan University. Dr. Amirhosseini has 5 years of University teaching experience and
professional training experience in seminars and workshops. He also has 7 years of work
experience in a variety of roles within industry.

PROF HASSAN KAZEMIAN

Prof. Kazemian is Full Professor in Artificial Intelligence and Director of Intelligent Systems
Research Centre at London Metropolitan University. Prof. Kazemian has more than 90
publications in international referred journals and conferences. He contributed to 16
conference in a variety of roles such as chair of organising committee, committee member,
chair of session and organiser of special session. He also has experience of 13 research grant
and knowledge transfer partnership project, as well as 18 PhD completions, 31 PhD/MPhil
examinations and seven postdoctoral research fellow supervisions.

 

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