Welcome to CINTI 2021!

Authors are welcome to submit original and unpublished papers and attend the IEEE 21st International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Informatics (CINTI 2021) to be held on November 18-20, 2021, in Budapest, Hungary.

Call for papers

Call for Special Session on AI & Robotics in Agriculture

Application of different machines in the agriculture sector has always been fundamental. The spread of robotics in the food-industry became necessary to keep up with the challenges and demands of the 21th century. The goal of this session is to present the latest trends and developments related to food and agricultural robotics, and to define the roadmap for future enhancements to these fields. More about the RoBUTCHER project: https://robutcher.eu/

Special Session Indicative Topics/Areas
Original research articles and reviews are sought in the overall topical area of food and agricultural robotics, including but not limited to:

  • Robotics in precision farming
  • Smart agriculture with automation
  • Mechatronics for harvesting
  • Drones for agriculture
  • Meat sector automation solutions
  • Poultry production and automation
  • Robotics for food processing
  • Smart logistics, scheduling and planning
  • Human-robot collaboration
  • Safe human-robot interaction
CINTI 2021 Special Session Chairs
Tamás Haidegger, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary
Alex Mason, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

Call for special session papers

Call for Special Session on 5G & Cybersecurity

5G systems have started to deliver a novel mobile network architecture that not only providing near real-time communication with improved physical data rate, but also creates a new ecosystem allowing the deployment of novel services and applications. 5G security is a challenging research field. A key target for safe and reliable future networks will be to improve support not only for classical mobile broadband applications and services but also for vertical industry (e.g. Intelligent Transport, Industrial IoTs, eHealth, etc.) and other mobility-based services. This special session aims to bring experts from industry, academia and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances in 5G and cybersecurity.

Special Session Indicative Topics/Areas
Original research articles and reviews are sought in the overall topical area of 5G communication and cybersecurity, including but not limited to:

  • 5G and cybersecurity
  • 5G and privacy
  • 5G positioning
  • 5G and robotics
  • 5G and automotive
  • 5G technologies, applications and services
  • 5G and IoT
  • 5G hardware and test measurements
CINTI 2021 Special Session Chairs
Miklos Kozlovszky, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary
Anna Bánáti, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary
Zoltán Rajnai, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary
László Nádai, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary

Call for special session papers

IEEE Publication

Conference proceedings that meet IEEE quality review standards may be eligible for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. IEEE reserved the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore), if the paper is not presented at the conference. 'Pay to publish' is not allowed by IEEE. So at least one author of a paper must show up and present the paper at the conference.
The conference proceedings is now available via IEEE Xplore.


The Symposium is organized with the focus of bringing together scientists from any country working on computational intelligence and its applications with the aims at providing an opportunity for sharing and discussing the recent research developments in this field. The idea is to have a small number of lecturers and participants in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.


The fields of interests of the conference include disciplines which are merged in the area of 'Soft Computing', 'Intelligent Techniques' or 'Computational Intelligence'. Therefore, its activity is not limited to fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory, and involves also:

  • Fuzzy technology
  • Neural networks
  • Genetic algorithms
  • Modeling uncertainty
  • Hybrid systems
  • Applications
  • Informatics

Plenary Speakers

Prof. József Kövecses (McGill University, Canada): Simulation Aspects and Challenges for Space Robotic Systems [abstract]

Dr. Péter Galambos (Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary)

Last updated on January 15, 2022 by Annie.