ASYU 2020
Innovations in Intelligent Systems
and Applications Conference
15-17 October, 2020, İstanbul, Turkey

Call for Papers

The Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications Conference (ASYU) since 2004 will be held this year on October 15-17, 2020, at the Göztepe Campus by Marmara University with the support of Yildiz Technical University. The language of the conference will be English and Turkish. Special session proposals will be accepted for current issues. All papers sent to the conference will be evaluated by at least three referees through blind evaluation system.


You can find the Call for Papers here.

The Conference scope includes the following topics: Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Data Mining, Mixed Intelligent Systems, Knowledge-Based Systems, Evolutionary Computing, Expert Systems, Smart Life, Bioinformatics, Natural Language Processing, Speech Recognition, Biometric Systems, Human-Computer Interaction, Video / Image Processing, Intelligent Optimization Algorithms, Fuzzy Logic, Artificial Neural Networks, Particle Swarms, Genetic Algorithm, Memetic Computing, Neuroscience, Environmental Intelligence, Technology and Law, Biomedical Engineering, Medical Informatics, Hardware Implementations, Intelligent Electronic Systems, Robotics and Automation, Augmented / Virtual Reality, Query Suggestion Systems, Decision Support Systems. However, the topics are not limited to these. On the other hand, special sessions on the topics of Smart applications in Health, Energy, Transportation, Engineering Education, Defense Industry and Financial and Business Administration issues can be organized or papers will be accepted as well.


  • Data Mining

  • Robotics and Automation

  • Augmented/Virtual Reality

  • Query Suggestion Systems

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Deep Learning

  • Machine Learning

  • Pattern Recognition

  • Evolutionary Computing

  • Expert Systems

  • Smart Life

  • Bioinformatics

  • Natural Language Processing

  • Genetic Algorithm

  • Memetic Computing

  • Neuroscience

  • Environmental Intelligence

  • Mixed Intelligent Systems

  • Decision Support Systems

  • Particle Swarms

  • Artificial Neural Networks

  • Technology and Law

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Medical Informatics

  • Hardware Implementations

  • Knowledge-Based Systems

  • Speech Recognition

  • Biometric Systems

  • Intelligent Electronic Systems

  • Human-Computer Interaction

  • Video/Image Processing

  • Intelligent Optimization Algorithms

  • Fuzzy Logic

The Conference Proceeding with all accepted and presented papers will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore digital library. In addition, selected papers will be considered for publication in The International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Pure Science , European Journal of Technique(EJT), Balkan Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, indexed by TR Index and The Journal of Cognitive Systems indexed by other Indexes. In the journal publication process, besides the reviewers’ comments, the journal editors will also be taken into consideration and, if necessary, at least 2 more referee comments will be asked.

Invited Speakers

  • Clinically Accepted Artificial Intelligence Applications in Health Care

    Prof.Dr. Ali Serdar FAK

    Marmara University, İstanbul, Turkey

    Examples of artificial intelligence-based medicine applications based on evidence will be given, and the relationship between technology - industry - medicine will be discussed by examining the conditions under which artificial intelligence and digital medicine technology are accepted clinically.

  • Smart Grids and Demand Response

    Prof.Dr. Pierluigi SIANO

    University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy,

    The increasing penetration of renewable energy sources and the empowerment of consumers as a central and active solution to deal with the generation variability are paving the path towards local energy markets. The tutorial is focused on the local smart electricity market where even small size consumers and prosumers can sell/buy the locally produced electrical energy or power to contribute to the balance of the power system. The local electricity market is managed by a commercial aggregator, organized as a Virtual Power Plant (VPP), that gathers the energy/power flexibility offered from its consumers/prosumers portfolio.

  • Data Management – from simulation to digital twins in manufacturing

    Prof.Dr. Terrence PERERA

    Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom

    Simulation is a well-established tool which is often used in design, operation, and re-design of manufacturing facilities. Two major elements of simulation models are systems logic and data. System logic describes the operations of the system under considerations and data supplies the required information to execute simulation. The management of data has been a real challenge since the simulation technology was invented. Gathering high-quality and reliable sets of data is a major overhead. It is argued that up to about 60% of simulation project efforts is consumed by data management activities. Now, the concept of digital twins is infiltrating the manufacturing industry. Busilding digital twins require a mix of real-time data and other static data. Given the digital twins aims to mirror real systems to the highest level of details, data quality is paramount. This presentation will cover challenges and solutions of data management issues in the journey from simulation to digital twins.