ENIAC 2021 call for papers
18th National Meeting on Artificial and Computational Intelligence Online
ENIAC 2021 is a series of successful meetings bringing together Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence, supported by Brazilian Special Interest Groups on Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence from Brazilian Computer Society.
Such event provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, educators, and students to present and discuss innovations, trends, experiences and developments in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence. In particular, it is the ideal event for undergraduate and postgraduate students to submit and present their first papers!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the sanitary and economical related issues, the ENIAC 2021 will be held online as part of BRACIS 2021.
Authors are encouraged to submit articles containing new ideas, discussions on existing work, practical studies, and experiments relevant to the field of Artificial and Computational Intelligence, which have not been previously published. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Following up on ENIAC 2020, we will have a special track for papers whose first author is an Undergraduate student. Such papers will undergo the same reviewing process as papers on the main track. However, the best papers in this track will be invited to make an oral presentation in a special session and will run for the Best Undergraduate Paper Award.
Manuscripts are limited to twelve (12) pages including text, references, appendices, tables, and figures. Articles may be written either in Portuguese or English, using the SBC article style:
Papers written in Portuguese must have titles and abstracts in English.
Manuscripts that do not follow the formatting guidelines might be rejected without review
Submissions should be carried out online using the JEMS system:
Please select the appropriate track (Undergraduate track for papers whose main author is an Undergraduate student, Main track for the
The review process will be double-blind (authors’ names and institutions must be omitted in the papers). All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their work either in an oral presentation or in a poster session. All accepted papers will likely be published electronically through the SBC Open Lib – SOL. There will be no distinction between papers presented in oral or poster format in the proceedings.
Click here to see the list of Accepted Papers, ENIAC 2021:
Click here to see the list of Proceedings, ENIAC 2021:
1st Place: Marcos Gôlo, Rafael Rossi e Ricardo Marcacini Triple-VAE: A Triple Variational Autoencoder to Represent Events in One-Class Event Detection
2nd Place: André Seidel Oliveira e Anna Helena Reali Costa PLSUM: Generating PT-BR Wikipedia by Summarizing Multiple Websites
3rd Place: Patrícia Dias dos Santos e Denise Hideko Goya Automatic Twitter Stance Detection on Politically Controversial Issues: A Study on Covid-19’s CPI
Honorable Mention: Silvio Romero de Araújo Júnior e Reinaldo Augusto da Costa Bianchi A Model for Traffic Forwarding through Service Function Chaining using Deep Reinforcement Learning Techniques and Gustavo Henrique Nunes, Gustavo O. Martins, Carlos H. Q. Forster e Ana Carolina Lorena Using instance hardness measures in curriculum learning
1st Place: Rafael A. F. Carniello, Wington Lima, Marcos Eduardo Valle Universal Approximation Theorem for Tessarine-Valued Neural Networks
2nd Place: Mateus Alex dos Santos Luna, Thais Rodrigues Neubauer, Andre Lima, Marcelo Fantinato, Sarajane Peres Vector space models for trace clustering: a comparative study
3rd Place: two works tied: Carolina Paula de Almeida, Carlos Danel Pohlod, Sandra Venske Thompson Sampling in Heuristic Selection for the Quadratic Assignment Problem and Fernando Ribeiro de Senna, Marcos Eduardo Valle Tessarine and Quaternion-Valued Deep Neural Networks for Image Classification
Honorable Mention: Luana Felipe de Barros, Marcos Eduardo Valle A Comparative Study on Morphological Neural Networks for Binary Classification
Submissions should include significant and previously unpublished research on all aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Computational Intelligence (CI).
BEST PAPER AWARD AND SPECIAL ISSUE
Authors of selected papers will be invited to present their work in a special session and will run for a Best Paper Award.