IEEE SMC  2021

Melbourne, Australia
Going Virtual

17 - 20 October, 2021

Important Information

Conference Proceedings Now Available!

Proceedings for the 2021 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC) can be found now here

IEEE SMC 2021 Concluded with Great Success!

Many thanks to the superb keynote speakers, workshop and tutorial presenters, academic presenters and delegates for making IEEE SMC 2021  a resounding success. We look forward to IEEE SMC 2022 in Prague where we can attend in person.

Important Dates


Submission of proposals for Special Sessions: March 1, 2021 
Acceptance notification of Special Sessions: March 15, 2021
Submission of Regular Papers, Special Session Papers, Industrial Papers, and Tutorial and Workshop proposals:May 15, 2021 
Acceptance Notification for Tutorials and Workshops: June 25, 2021
Acceptance Notification for Regular, Special Session, and Industrial Papers: July 19, 2021
Final camera-ready Regular, Special Session, Industrial and Workshop Papers:  Aug 31, 2021
Deadline for early registration:  September 07, 2021 (single registration covers two papers)
IEEE SMC 2021 is finished!
Conference program now available! Visit here for details.
Video presentation upload deadline: September 23, 2021. See instructions here. This deadline will NOT be extended.
Early registration deadline further extended to September 07, 2021
Registration now open for IEEE SMC 2021.
Early registration deadline extended to August 31, 2020
Paper submission deadline extended to May 15, 2021

Keynote Speakers

Lionel Tarassenko

Prof. Lionel Tarassenko

Founding President of Reuben College, University of Oxford

Bill Peine

Dr. Bill Peine

Senior Director, Medtronic, USA

Mohammad Shahidehpour

Prof. Mohammad Shahidehpour

Illinois Institute of Technology, USA​

Dr. Fred Hadaegh

Chief Technologist, JPL, NASA​

Professor Jie Lu​

University of Technology Sydney, Australia​

Colonel Robin C Smith OBE

Inaugural Director, RICO, Australian Army

Professor Xin Yao

SUSTech, China and
University of Birmingham, UK

Invited Industry Lecture

Maija Breque

policy officer, European Commission's DG Research and Innovation