1st Conference on Intelligent Systems and Information Technologies

Supporting the People with Special Needs

This conference is an international forum for researchers and practitioners interested in theory and advances in intelligent systems and information technologies as well as applications of artificial intelligence methods. This year, we would like to focus on information technology solutions that support people with special needs. This conference provides a unique opportunity for dialogue and synergy between scientists and engineers from different backgrounds with similar interest. Only original, unpublished papers in the fields mentioned below are invited. Acceptance will be based primarily on originality, scientific merit, novelty, contribution and relevance to the conference scope.

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Conference Agenda

Thursday, 28th September 2023

10.00 – 10.15 Conference opening

  • Dr Artur Niewiadomski, Director of the Institute of Computer Science at Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities (UPH), Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Conference
  • Dr hab. inż. Zbigniew Karczmarzyk, Vicerector of Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities
  • Dr hab. Cezary Sempruch, Dean of Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences at Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities
  • Dr Dariusz Mikułowski, Chairman of the Conference Organizing Committee

10.15 – 11.00 Inaugural lecture on Watanabe Theorem and Fundamental Issues in Clustering, Prof. dr hab. inż. Mieczysław Kłopotek, Institute of Computer Science Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 – 13:30 Session I: Knowledge identification and analysis methods

Moderator: dr hab. Stanisław Ambroszkiewicz, prof. UPH, dr Anna Wawrzyńczak-Szaban

  1. Ryszard Choraś - “Biometric Identification based on Forearm Vein Patterns”
  2. Dariusz Mikułowski, Stefan Svetsky and Branislav Misota - “WPad-BVI a universal knowledge exchange tool enabling multilingual outputs with support for visually impaired users”
  3. Marcin Stępniak and Waldemar Bartyna - “The VR Therapy platform for social anxiety treatment”
  4. Bartłomiej Starosta, Mieczysław Kłopotek and Sławomir T. Wierzchoń - “Towards Explainability of Hashtags in the Light of Graph Spectral Clustering Methods”
  5. Mieczysław Kłopotek - “Spectral Clustering Versus Watanabe Theorem”

13:30 – 14:00 Coffee break

14:00 – 16:00 Session II: Intelligent Information and Communication Systems

Moderator: dr Mirosław Szaban, dr Waldemar Bartyna

  1. Dariusz Mikułowski and Tomasz Żochowski - “Comparative Analysis of Mathematic Filters for Proper Positioning of the Mobile User Device Using BLE Transmitters and Multilateration Technique”
  2. Piotr Świtalski and Andrzej Salamończyk - “Universal structural map for indoor navigation in university campus”
  3. Mariya Shyshkina - “The cloud-based systems of open science to support the project team activity”
  4. Mateusz Przychodzki and Artur Niewiadomski - “Application of Artificial Neural Networks and NEAT Algorithm to Control a Quadrocopter”
  5. Dariusz Ruciński - “Selected applications of models based on quantum computing”

16:30 – 18:00 Discussion meeting and lunch


Friday, 29th September 2023

9.00 – 9.45 Opening lecture on Artificial Intelligence. Challenges and Threats Prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Barczak, Institute of Computer Science, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities

9:45 – 10:15 Coffee break

10:15 – 12:15 Session III: Applications of Artificial Intelligence Methods

Moderator: dr Grzegorz Terlikowski, dr Marcin Stępniak

  1. Maciej Nazarczuk and Artur Niewiadomski - “A Pathfinding Module for the Indoor Navigation System NaviSecure”
  2. Marek Pilski, Dariusz Mikułowski and Grzegorz Terlikowski - “An Indoor Campus Navigation System For Users With Disabilities”
  3. Jerzy Tchórzewski and Sebastian Rosochacki - “Selection of the programming environment for neural modeling of the power and electricity demand generation system in terms of unmanned factories”
  4. Radosław Marlęga and Jerzy Tchórzewski - “Smart Village as an action system supporting people with special information and communication needs”
  5. Muhammad Bilal, Shafia Bilal and Rizwan Khan - “Nonlinear Lassa Fever dynamical design Mathematical Model Awareness Programmes Analysed by Intelligent Neuro-Computing”

12.15 – 12.45 Business presentations

12:45 – 13:00 Official closing of the conference

13:00 – 14:30 Visiting the Diocesan Museum in Siedlce, including the Painting of the Ecstasy of St. Franciszek El Greco (after prior registration on the Conference website or at the Conference Secretary)

The conference agenda is also available in PDF file.
Working people

Important dates

We are waiting for paper submission via Internet up to

15th June, 2023


31st July, 2023

Acceptance/rejection decision due via Internet

15th August, 2023


31st August, 2023

Submission of camera-ready papers

31st August, 2023


15th October, 2023

Registration and full payment due

31st August, 2023


20th September, 2023


28-29th September, 2023
Siedlce City - Library


Institute of Computer Science, Siedlce University
Faculty of Exact and Natural Science
ul. 3 Maja 54
08-110 Siedlce

Siedlce is a beautiful town in the eastern part of the Masovian Province located about 100km east of Warsaw. The history of the city begins 476 years ago when Siedlce received city rights and became an important place at the intersection of two trade routes. Over the years, Siedlce developed and gained in importance, but during World War II half of the city was destroyed. After the war, some of the most beautiful monuments were rebuilt and restored, including the town hall, the church of St. Stanislaus, and Oginski Palace which is currently the seat of the Siedlce University authorities.

For enthusiasts of urban tourism, we recommend a walk around the city along the trail of monuments, visiting the City Museum and the Diocesan Museum, which houses the only El Greco painting in Poland. In the evening, you can go to the cinema or the theater, relax in the sauna and aquapark, and have a tasty dinner in one of the Siedlce restaurants. Lovers of nature, walking and cycling will also be delighted with the wonderful areas around the Lagoon on the Muchawka River, the beautiful Alexandria Park, and the majestic forests surrounding the city.

Program comittee

  • Artur NIEWIADOMSKI - UPH – chairman
  • Dariusz MIKUŁOWSKI - UPH – cochairman
  • Andrzej BARCZAK - UPH
  • Ryszard CHORAŚ – UPT
  • Magdalena KACPRZAK – PB
  • Mieczysław KŁOPOTEK – IPI PAN
  • Wiesław MARSZAŁEK - PO
  • Oliver MORAVCIK - Br
  • Mirosław PAROL – PW
  • Joanicjusz NAZARKO - PB
  • Wojciech PENCZEK - IPI PAN
  • Waldemar REBIZANT- PWr
  • Przemysław SIMIŃSKI – ITTWL
  • Krzysztof SZKATUŁA – IBS PAN
  • Jędrzej TRAJER - SGGW
  • Agnieszka ZBRZEZNY – UWM
  • Andrzej ZBRZEZNY – UJD
Conference Site


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All ISIT 2023 presented papers will be published in “Studia Informatica. Systems and Information Technology” (40 ministery points for Polish authors), ISSN: 1731-2264: czasopisma.uph.edu.pl/studiainformatica.

The best papers will be recommended for publication in high impact journals.


Papers must be written in English and include original material not published or being considered elsewhere. A paper should contain up to 10-12 pages, including graphics, tables, and references. Exceeding this limit may result in the paper being rejected without being sent for review. Manuscripts should be prepared in LaTeX. To prepare a paper, the authors should use a LaTeX class and example document template (ISIT LaTeX Template.zip). Figures should be prepared as bitmap (PNG, JPG) or (preferred) vector format (SVG, PDF, PS).

Keyboard and accessories


At least one author must attend the conference in person. All presenting authors must be registered by 15th September, 2023 (23:59 PST). Registration form is available here.

Registration fee

The registration fee should be transferred to the following accounts:

1. Payment in PLN
Conference Fee: 500 PLN
Bank Pekao S.A. I O. w Siedlcach, ul. Wojskowa 24, 08-110 Siedlce
IBAN: 19 1240 2685 1111 0000 3656 3195
with annotation ISIT2023

2. Payment in EUR
Conference Fee: 100 EUR
Bank Pekao S.A. I O. w Siedlcach, ul. Wojskowa 24, 08-110 Siedlce
IBAN: PL84 1240 2685 1978 0010 1464 3201
with annotation ISIT2023

Conference office

Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities

3 Maja 54 street
08-110 Siedlce
e-mail: isit@uph.edu.pl