International Conference on Systems Engineering

The International Conference on Systems Engineering (ICSEng) is the series of International Conferences, jointly organized on a rotational basis among three institutions:[1]

Conference covers the Systems Engineering with the focus on applications and was first held in 1974 in Wrocław (Poland) as 1st ICSS. In a current form it was founded by Zdzisław Bubnicki, William Wells and Glyn James.[2] The 25th edition of ICSEng will be held in Las Vegas, USA.


In 1973 a group of young scientists from Wroclaw University of Technology led by Professor Zdzislaw Bubnicki invited scientists from around the world in order to exchange ideas of modern problems of systems science and engineering. The first International Conference "Systems Science" was held in the European city of Wroclaw, Poland (with some sessions organized in nearby town Szklarska Poręba). The event was a big success and the organizers decided to continue with the conference every year. First six editions of Systems Science (till 1979) were organized by Wroclaw University of Technology - attracting scientist from the USA, Japan, India and almost all European countries. After six years of existence, the conference was already well known as a forum for presentation of original papers on a good professional level and for discussions integrating different subjects of systems science and engineering and specialists from universities, research centres, and industry. During the conference in 1979, Professor Zdzislaw Bubnicki decided to organize future conferences in Wroclaw every two years, and Professor Glyn James and his colleagues from the Coventry University in England suggested that they join a team from Wroclaw to organize the conferences in alternate years in Coventry. Consequently, the next edition in 1980 took place in Coventry. In 1983, Professor William Wells from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA and his colleagues joined the teams from Poland and England, and the next meeting in 1984 was organized in Las Vegas, USA. Then it was decided, that to call conferences in Poland as "Systems Science" and in England and USA as "Systems Engineering".[3]

Conference proceedings are published in Springer Publishing or IEEE CS Publishing, and are indexed by ISI Web of Science Proceedings, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar, and Springerlink.


It is expected that ICSEng includes sessions on the following themes:

  • Aero-Space Systems (Avionics, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Aviation Control)
  • General Control Systems (Control Theory, System Identification and Adaptive Control, Nonlinear Controls, Applications)
  • Power Systems (Environmental Systems, Energy Systems, Renewable Energy, Nuclear Energy)
  • Intelligent Systems (Expert Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Fuzzy, Hybrid Systems, Applications)
  • Industrial Automation and Robotics
  • Information and Communication Systems (Information and Communication Theory, Geographic Information Systems, Global Position Systems, Applications)
  • Distributed Computer and Computer Networks Systems (Modeling and Analysis, Distributed and Wireless Systems, Distributed Servers, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Networks)
  • Analog and Digital Hardware Systems (Real-time Systems, Embedded Systems, Hybrid Embedded Systems, Mixed Signal Designs, Multi-media Systems)
  • Gaming and Entertainment Systems (Technology, Security, Design, Tools)
  • Biometrics System (Sensors, Integration, Data Analysis, Verification Techniques)
  • Bio-surveillance Systems (Heterogeneous Data Sources, Monitoring Techniques, Signal Detection Algorithms, Privacy Protection )
  • Photonics and Lighting Systems
  • System Engineering Standards, Modeling, Paradigms, Metrics, Testing, Management, Optimization, Simulation, Scheduling, Reliability and Fault Tolerant
  • Computer Assisted Medical Diagnostic Systems (Single and Multiple Modality Medical Data Analysis, Expert Systems, Prompting Systems, Databases, Performance Evaluation)

Affiliated events

  • ICSE, Coventry University, United Kingdom (website)
  • ICSS, Wrocław University of Technology, Poland (website)

Related journals

List of conferences

  • 2018: 26th ICSEng, Sydney, NSW, Australia
  • 2017: 25th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, [4]
  • 2016: 19th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland[5]
  • 2015: 24th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 2014: 23rd ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA,[6]
  • 2013: 18th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland [7]
  • 2012: 22nd ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 2011: 21st ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA [8]
  • 2010: 17th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 2009: 20th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 2008: 19th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA [9]
  • 2007: 16th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 2006: 18th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 2005: 17th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA [10]
  • 2004: 15th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 2003: 16th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 2002: 15th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • 2000: 14th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 2001: 14th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1999: 13th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • 1998: 13th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1997: 12th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 1996: 11th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • 1995: 12th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1994: 10th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 1993: 9th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • 1992: 11th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1991: 8th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 1990: 7th ICSEng, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • 1989: 10th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1988: 6th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 1987: 5th ICSEng, Fairborn, Ohio, USA
  • 1986: 9th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1985: 4th ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 1984: 3rd ICSEng, Dayton, Ohio, USA
  • 1983: 8th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1982: 2nd ICSE, Coventry, England
  • 1981: 7th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1980: 1st ICSE, Coventry, UK
  • 1979: 6th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1978: 5th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1977: 4th ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1976: 3rd ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1975: 2nd ICSS, Wrocław, Poland
  • 1974: 1st ICSS, Wrocław / Szklarska Poręba, Poland


  1. ^ Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, 2001, Editorial
  2. ^ Niederliński, Antoni (2006). "Professor Zdzisław Bubnicki in my memory", Control and Cybernetics, vol. 35, no. 2, 2006 (source text)
  3. ^ Jerzy Józefczyk, History of conferences "Systems Science", Kybernetes, ISSN 0368-492X
  4. ^ ICSEng 2017 Proceedings.
  5. ^ Advances in Systems Science - Proceedings of the International | Jerzy Świątek | Springer. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Springer. 2017. ISBN 9783319489438.
  6. ^ Selvaraj, Henry; Zydek, Dawid; Chmaj, Grzegorz (2015). Progress in Systems Engineering - Springer. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. 366. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08422-0. ISBN 978-3-319-08421-3.
  7. ^ Springer Publishing, Proceedings of 18th ICSS
  8. ^ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Proceedings of 21st ICSEng
  9. ^ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Proceedings of 19th ICSEng
  10. ^ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Proceedings of 17th ICSEng

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