Author Information


The SICE Annual Conference 2019 accepts two types of submissions for review:

Regular paper:

Full papers (6 pages in conference format) must be submitted for review. The accepted papers will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Normal length for the final manuscript of the regular paper is 6 pages. Paper exceeding 6 pages may be submitted upon payment of overlength page charges. A maximum of 2 extra pages above 6 pages are permitted. The paper must be submitted through PaperCept by the due date.

Position paper:

Extended abstracts (2-4 pages in conference format) must be submitted for review. This category is provided for authors who want to present a timely review of research, a case study, and so on. This type of paper will NOT be included in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The paper must be submitted through PaperCept by the due date.

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Special Issue on SICE Annual Conference 2019 in SICE Journal of Control, Measurement, and System Integration (JCMSI)

SICE Journal of Control, Measurement, and System Integration (JCMSI) will publish a special issue entitled “Special Issue on SICE Annual Conference 2019” in May 2020. Please see the details on the web site of JCMSI (CFP  URL: 

Organized Sessions

The goal of organized session is to provide focused discussions on a new topic or innovative applications of a new approach. Each session consists of 6 papers, which reviewed via the normal review process. Both regular and position papers can be included in a session. For session proposals, it is recommended to include a brief statement of the session focus, together with the submission of the individual papers. We also encourage proposals for workshops or tutorials that address technical topics with highly anticipated level of interest, impact, and creativity.

Submission (OS):

The proposals for the organized sessions must be accompanied with the following information:
  • Session title;
  • Session description;
  •  Session organizers (name, affiliation, contact information);
  •  Session chair;
  •  List of presenters.
The proposals must be submitted through PaperCept by the due date. The proposals are reviewed by the SICE2019 program committee. Please note that not all proposals may be accepted due to limitation of session slots. For the accepted proposals, the organizers are responsible for moderation of the session at SICE2019. When an organized session proposal is submitted, the invited session identification code is sent to the organizer. Please notify the presenters to input the code in submitting organized session regular/position papers. Deadline of the paper submission is the same as those of regular sessions, and the accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings.


The invited session identification code can be found in the manuscript data shown in the acknowledgment letter. This code is needed for the submission of an organized session paper.
The type of presentation of Organized Sessions is only Oral Presentation.

Workshops and Tutorials

The theme of workshops should focus on active areas of research and technology, in order to provide stimulating ideas for on-going and future topics. Tutorials should provide introduction on established fields of research and technology. We encourage state of the art programs with high level of interest, impact, creativity, and innovation that will attract a broad audience. Workshops and tutorials focusing on academia-industry partnership and technology transfer are also welcome.

Submission (Workshops and Tutorials):

The proposals for workshops or tutorials must be accompanied with the following information:
  • Title;
  • Type of session (workshop or tutorial);
  • Main Organizer (one person only, address, phone, and email);
  • Co-organizers (address and email);
  • Statement of objectives;
  • Intended audience;
  • List of speakers;
  • List of topics.
The proposals must be submitted through PaperCept by the due date. Upon approval the organizers will be asked to produce and maintain a dedicated workshop/tutorial webpage which shall be used to disseminate updated information on the workshop/tutorial and also to raise interest from potential additional presenters and participants. The organizers will also be required to collect and integrate workshop/tutorial abstract (A4 size, 1page) in due time for the production of the SICE 2019 handout.




  • Sensors and Transducers
  • Signal and/or Image Processing
  • Identification and Estimation
  • Opto-Electronic Measurement
  • Remote Sensing
  • Mass and Force Measurement
  • Temperature Measurement
  • Ultra-High Precision Measurement
  • Analytical Measurement
  • Standard of Measurement
  • Flow Measurement and Control
  • Networked Sensor System

System and Information

  • System Engineering
  • Human-Machine Systems
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Autonomous Decentralized Systems
  • Computational Intelligence
  • Discrete Event Systems
  • Social Systems
  • Hypercomputes
  • Molecular Robotics
  • Relationality-Oriented Systems
  • Science Smart Mobility Systems


  • Multivariable Control
  • Nonlinear Control
  • Robust Control
  • Adaptive and Optimal Control
  • Intelligent Control
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Modeling, System Identification and Estimation
  • Process Control
  • Mechanical Systems Control Guidance and Flight Control
  • Power Systems Control

Industrial Applications

  • Process Automation
  • Factory Automation
  • Laboratory Automation
  • Information Management Systems
  • SCADA and Network Systems
  • Manufacturing Systems
  • Transportation Systems
  • Micro and Nano Devices
  • Components and Devices

System Integration

  • Mechatronics Systems
  • Robotic and Automation Systems
  • Human Interfaces
  • Virtual Reality Systems
  • Entertainment Systems
  • Medical and Welfare Systems
  • Safety, Environment and Eco-Systems
  • Agricultural and Bio-Systems
  • Rescue Systems
  • Simulation of Large Systems
  • Network System Integration

Life Engineering

  • Integrative Biophysical Engineering and Informatics
  • Biological and Physiological Engineering
  • Electrophysiology and Kinesiology Ubiquitous
  • Healthcare


The proposals for workshops or tutorials