10th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive InfoCommunications

23-24-25 October 2019
Naples, Italy

The CogInfoCom 3D space is available on the public site of MaxWhere (download here)

Special Journal Issue and book chapters will be published based on the extended versions of selected papers


Cognitive infocommunications (CogInfoCom, CogInfoCom.hu) investigates the link between the research areas of infocommunications and cognitive sciences, as well as the various engineering applications which have emerged as the synergic combination of these sciences. The primary goal of CogInfoCom is to provide a systematic view of how cognitive processes can co-evolve with infocommunications devices so that the capabilities of the human brain may not only be extended through these devices, irrespective of geographical distance but may also be blended with the capabilities of any artificially cognitive system. This merging and extension of cognitive capabilities are targeted towards engineering applications in which artificial and/or natural cognitive systems are enabled to work together more effectively. For the collection of CogInfoCom papers please click here.


The conference is open to topic proposals. Send your proposal to: coginfocom2019@coginfocom.hu

Artificial cognitive capabilities  

Artificial Intelligence 

Machine and deep learning

Human-AI, HCI,HMI,HRI, Human cognitive interfaces 

Industry 4.0 

Human in Virtual and Augmented Reality 

Future Internet

Cognitive sciences in the digital world

Embodied and enactive cognitive systems  

Cognitive networks and their intelligent capabilities

Virtual and real avatars

Face and gesture recognition 

Human-Computer and Bio-Interfaces 

Intelligent Vehicle and Transportation Systems  

Smart city

Digital Education, Digital transformation environment for education, CogInfoCom based learnability

Intelligent Vehicle and Transportation Systems

Advanced driver assistance systems

Cognitive Data Visualization 


Ergonomics-based aspects of CogInfoCom

Socio-cognitive ICT

Ergonomics-based aspects of CogInfoCom

Affective Computing