Scope and Topics

The session will provide a forum for both academia and industry to disseminate and discuss recent and significant research efforts in fuzzy, neural and evolutionary methods and their integration into border security solutions, in addition to hybrid and emerging computational intelligence paradigms. It also seeks to present novel applications of computational intelligence technologies which contribute to human decision making within the border control lifecycle. Technical papers addressing research challenges in these areas are welcomed.

It invites researchers from different related fields and gathers the most recent studies including but not limited to:

  • Biometric identification using computational intelligence
  • Automated interviews of passengers using intelligent systems
  • Detection  of fraudulent passenger documents
  • The role of computational intelligence in advanced passenger registration
  • Interaction of sensors, detection tools and advanced signal processing with intelligent systems
  • Confronting illegal immigration through intelligent systems and detection of hidden humans
  • Automated  decision making  systems at borders
  • Passenger Identity control and status prediction
  • Intelligent Border Control Analytics
  • Ethical and social impact on the use of computational intelligence based systems with  stakeholders