Last Updates: June 12, 2014

The past several years have seen significant interest and progress made in national and international homeland security research. The science of Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) focuses on the development and use of advanced information technologies, including methodologies, models and algorithms, infrastructure, systems, and tools, for national/international and homeland security related applications through an integrated technological, organizational, and policy based approach. ISI also encompasses the areas of terrorism research, intelligence analysis as well as security-related public policy.

The ISI conference series includes*:

arrow 1st Joint IEEE International and European conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (IEEE ISI & EISIC) 2014)  (September 24-26, The Hague, Netherlands)
arrow European ISI Conference (EISIC 2013)  (August 12-14, Uppsala, Sweden)
arrow IEEE ISI 2013 (June 4-7, Seattle, Washington,USA)
arrow European ISI Conference (EISIC 2012)  ( August 22-24, Odense, Denmark)
arrow IEEE ISI 2012 (June 11-14, Washington, DC, USA)
arrow PAISI 2012  ( May 29, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
arrow European ISI 2011 (September 12-14, Athens, Greece
arrow IEEE ISI 2011 (July 10-12, Beijing, China)
arrow PAISI 2011 (July 9, Beijing, China)
arrow PAISI 2010 (June 21, Hyderabad, India)
arrow ISI 2010 (May 23-26, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
arrow ISI 2009 (June 8-11, Dallas, Texas)
arrow PAISI 2009 (April 27, Bangkok, Thailand)
arrow EuroISI 2008 (December 3-5, Esbjerg, Denmark)
ISI 2008 (June 17-20, 2008, Taipei, Taiwan)
arrow PAISI 2008 (June 17, 2008, Taipei, Taiwan)
ISI 2007 (May 23-24, New Brunswick, New Jersey)
PAISI 2007 (April 11-12, Chengdu, China)
ISI 2006 (May 23-24 , San Diego, California)
WISI 2006 (April 9-12, Singapore)
ISI 2005 (May 19-20, Atlanta, Georgia)
ISI 2004 (June 10-11, Tucson, Arizona)

ISI 2003 (June 2-3, Tucson, Arizona)

* Please note that some sites may be offline.


Conference proceedings have been published in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) as well as by IEEE.



The IEEE International Conferences on Intelligence and Security Informatics are sponsored by the
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society


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