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MLDMCD 2020 : Call for Book Chapters on “Machine Learning and Data Mining for Emerging Trends in Cyber Dynamics” to be published by Springer Verlag


When Aug 20, 2020 - Aug 24, 2020
Where Qatar
Submission Deadline May 30, 2020
Notification Due Aug 22, 2020
Final Version Due Aug 30, 2020
Categories    machine learning   data mining   cyber security   social media

Call For Papers

Dr. Haruna Chiroma, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Nigeria
Dr. Shafi'i M. Abdulhamid, Community College Qatar, Doha, Qatar
Professor Philippe Fournier-Viger, Harbin Institute of Technogy (Shenzhen), Shenzen, China
Professor Nuno M. Garcia, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal

This book will address both theories and empirical procedures for the applications of machine learning and data mining to solve problems in emerging trends in cyber dynamics. Cyber dynamics is a term used to describe resilient algorithms, strategies, techniques and architectures for the development of the cyberspace environment such as cloud computing services, cyber security, data analytics, disruptive technologies like the blockchain, etc. The edited book intends to present new machine learning and data mining approaches in solving problems in emerging trends in cyber dynamics.

Scope and Topics
For better understanding by the readers, basic concepts, related work reviews, illustrations, empirical results and tables are expected to be integrated in each chapter to give the readers a maximum understanding and allow to easily follow the methodology and the results presented. The target audience of the edited book will come from different backgrounds. The audience will share and exchange novel knowledge, methods, industry experience and theories. The chapter contributions should described solving challenging issues using machine learning or data mining in any of the following domains:
• Blockchain
• Cryptocurrency
• Next generation cloud computing e.g. serverless, edge, fog, volunteer, etc.
• DeepFake detection and simulation
• IoT Ransomeware
• Cyber physical systems
• Social Media
• Internet of Vehicles, and others that may be suitable.

Publication Fees
No Publication Fees

Each chapter should be between 20-30 pages in length, in Springer book format using the Word template ( The chapters should be submitted to Haruna Chiroma at All submitted chapters will be screened through Turnitin and quality will be checked before the editors decide on its suitability for the peer review process.

Time Table
The provisional timetable for the book is as follows:
Chapter submission due date 30 May, 2020
Review period 1 Jun – 10 July, 2020
Revision period 11 July – 30 July, 2020
Second round of review 2nd August – 20 August, 2020
Acceptance notification 22 August, 2020
Camera ready due date 25 August, 2020
Publication Third Quarter of 2020

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