Monday, 15th April:  Registration from 2 pm to 6 pm at Toucan Room, Level 4.

Monday, 15th April:  Welcome buffet dinner is from 7 - 9 pm in Grand Ballroom 1, Level 4.   (Open only to delegates with full registration)  

Tue 16th April to 19th April: Technical Programs from 8.20 am to 5.30 pm   (Levels 3 & 4)

Morning Welcome Coffee & finger Snacks: 7.45 am to 8.30 am from Tuesday to Friday.   (Levels 3 & 4)

Conference banquet dinner is on Wed, 17th, 6.30  pm to 10 pm in Grand Ballroom, Level 4.   (Open only to delegates with full registration)           


Technical Paper Presentation Overview is available Now
Detailed Program (Final Version) is Available Now


We plan to offer  ~50 hours of  keynote & tutorial lectures over all 4 days.   \      Keynote - Tutorial Program Overview is available Now

A Panel Session is planned on "Future Research & Funding Challenges for Computational Intelligence" on Tue, 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm.

If you have any queries, you may please send an email to:


Call for Participation: IEEE Women in Computational Intelligence Lunch Reception and Panel at SSCI 2013

The IEEE Women in Computational Intelligence (WCI) Subcommittee has organised a panel and lunch reception at IEEE SSCI in Singapore on Wednesday 17th April from 12:20 – 1:40 pm (Limited to about 60 delegates).

The goal of Women in Computational Intelligence (WCI) is to increase the participation of women in the field of Computational Intelligence. Specifically WCI aims to provide leadership opportunities, to provide guidance and encouragement, and to increase the number of qualified women in Computational Intelligence.  The WCI lunch reception will provide an excellent opportunity for conference attendees to address and discuss issues, concerns and professional topics that are not of a distinctly technical nature. A panel comprising three leading researchers will share their success stories, and discuss the challenges they faced in their careers, along with achievements in their respective fields.


IEEE  Computational Intelligence Society Senior Member Elevation Clinic at SSCI 2013


The IEEE CIS invites all eligible members to upgrade their membership to Senior Member and receive recognition for their professional experience and significant performance in the field of computational intelligence. If you have 10 plus years of relevant industry experience or educational accomplishments in IEEE designated areas, you can be eligible for an upgrade to Senior Member grade. To encourage and assist  IEEE Computational Intelligence Society members achieve Senior Member grade, we will be holding Senior Member Elevation Clinic during SSCI2013 in Singapore, on 16th and 17th of April from 2-4 pm near the SSCI2013 registration desk. 

During the clinic we will review IEEE requirements for Senior Member elevation, explain the Senior Member application process, assist members with their application, and help arrange for the required references. The IEEE CIS Senior Member Committee looks forward to this opportunity to assist you achieve a significant career advancement milestone and IEEE recognition of your professional accomplishments.


If you have any questions or require additional information please contact:

Dipti Srinivasan

Chair, IEEE CIS Senior Member Committee