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The 2019 International Workshop on Complex-systems for Future Technologies and Applications (IWCFTA) will be officially organized by Jiangsu Provincial Key Laboratory of Networked Collective Intelligence at the Southeast University, Nanjing China, through 11-13 October 2019. . 

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The 2019 IWCFTA will be the successor of the formerly successfully eleven sessions of "International Workshop on Chaos-Fractals Theories and Applications". In this year, the name changes to "International Workshop on Complex-systems for Future Technologies and Applications" with the same abbreviation. The 2019 IWCFTA will be the 12th International Workshop in the successful series of events organized consecutively in Chongqing (2018, 11th IWCFTA), Qinhuangdao (2017, 10th IWCFTA), Zhangzhou (2016, 9th IWCFTA), Harbin (2015, 8th IWCFTA) etc. (IWCFTA Home: This series of conferences has been held annually since 2008, and now it has become a premier international workshop in the areas of complex systems and artificial intelligence.

The new workshop will cover topics beyond Chaos and Fractal Theory to general complex systems which are abundant in modern society. It will provide a high-level international forum for researchers and Ph. D. students who will present recent research results, address new challenges and discuss trends in the area of complex systems and interdisciplinary science. The aims of the conference are focused on discussing the most relevant methodologies and approaches to understanding, modelling, simulating, predicting, evaluating and mastering the Societal, Ecological, Biological and Engineered Complex Systems. Topics covered by the workshop include, but are not limited to:

1. Complex networks, self-organization, multi-agent systems

2. Chaos, fractal theory and its application, nonlinear dynamics, mathematical modeling and simulation

3. Information and communication technologies

4. Artificial intelligence, cognitive processes

5. Social networks, game theory, stock market and crises

6. Smart cities, urban planning, transport and energy

7. Biological networks, systems biology

8. Other applications of complex systems

The workshop will be sponsored by Jiangsu Provincial Key Laboratory of Networked Collective Intelligence, School of Mathematics at the Southeast University and the Centre for Chaos and Complex Networks at the City University of Hong Kong.