Eureka ENC 2024

International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Analytics, Eureka 2024

IEEE Mexican International Conference on Computer Science, Encuentro Nacional de Computación, ENC 2024

 TecNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cd. Madero

September 23–25, 2024, Ciudad Madero, Mexico

Hybrid event, preferably on-site


Call for Special Track Proposals

 The Eurekas Community and the Mexican Society of Computer Science (SMCC) invite you to propose special tracks for the Eureka ENC 2024. The topics for the special tracks can be different subfields of computing, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and decision support. The special tracks provide the opportunity to present and discuss recent advances on current and emerging topics of interest to the scientific community, in addition to the possibility of establishing collaborative ties.

 On the one hand, Eurekas is a multinational and multidisciplinary scientific community that joins professionals of mathematics, computer sciences, and engineering, as well as administration, economics, and social sciences, together towards theoretical and practical developments useful for data and business analytics, in this way contributing to building the knowledge society and knowledge economy. On the other hand, the SMCC seeks to promote research and development of Computer Science in Mexico by supporting the collaboration between researchers and institutions and motivating students to approach the different fields of computer science.

 This year, these two associations have joined efforts as an initiative toward interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaboration through synergies among participants.


Special track proposals:

Send special track proposals in Word and PDF format to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Proposals can be written in English or Spanish and should include the following points:

  • Title of the special track in English and Spanish
  • Brief description of the special track and its relevance to Eureka ENC 2024
  • Names, affiliations, academic degree, research line, Web page, short bio, and contact information of the proponents
  • Motivation
  • Objective
  • Contents and topics
  • Expected number of submissions
  • Information about previous editions (if any)


Important dates

Deadline for proposals reception: March 24, 2024, April 15, 2024

Notification of acceptance/rejection: April 9, 2024, April 18, 2024

CFP and website publication: April 15, 2024, April 25, 2024


Publication and participation

Contributions must be written in English. In this edition, there are 2 modalities of participation, both with oral presentation:

  1. Full-length article. The organizing committee will publish the full-length articles as proceedings by IEEE in its CPS series.
  2. Extended abstract. Authors of extended abstracts (500 words, free format) will be invited to send a full version of their work (papers will be submitted for additional review) to one of the following publications:
  • Special issue in International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (Indexed in JCR with an impact factor of 2.9). The Call for Papers is available at
  • A contributed book published in the Studies in Computational Intelligence series by Springer (indexed in Scopus). The Call for Chapters will be announced shortly.


Preliminary important dates for the special tracks

  • Deadline for papers/abstract reception: May 27
  • Notification of acceptance/rejection: June 17


Criteria for selection

  • The potential of the special track to generate discussions and obtain valuable results
  • The expected interest in the special track topics
  • Structure and organization
  • The overall balance of the proposals that have been received. If several proposals are received on the same or similar topic, proponents will be invited to merge them into a single special track.


Responsibilities of special track organizers

  • Publish a Web page with information that allows interested parties to know the details and development of the special track and communicate it to the organizing committee so that it can be published on the Eureka ENC 2024 page.
  • Share the details and development of the special track with the organizing committee.
  • Distribute the CFP of the special track.
  • Disseminate the special track.
  • Evaluate and select papers/abstracts for the special track using the platform established by the organizing committee.
  • Deliver results of the evaluation process to both the authors and the organizing committee.
  • Keep all interested parties informed about the development of the special track.
  • Supervise that the accepted full-length articles strictly respect the requested format. If a work does not adhere to this format, it may not be published in the proceedings.
  • Send the final package with all accepted full-length articles and a brief presentation of the special track to the Organizing Committee, who will oversee the tasks related to the publication of the works.
  • Define the final program of activities following the important dates the Organizing Committee defines.
  • Inform the Organizing Committee about the best-evaluated presentation of the special track.


Additional comments

  • Organizers of accepted special tracks will receive detailed instructions about the organization, formats, and important dates of activities.
  • The Organizing Committee will coordinate the organization with those responsible for each special track.
  • Matters not provided for in this call will be resolved by the organizing committee.


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.