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Announcement of "Covid-19 Research" Fast Track
In order to support the world-wide fight against COVID-19, the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (IEEE CIS) has set up a new program, the COVID 19 Initiative. Under this initiative, IEEE TCDS has launched a "Covid-19 Research" Fast Track focusing on publishing papers reporting most recent research findings in combating COVID-19. The review process of all articles submitted to this track, provided that the submitted article is within the scientific scope of IEEE TCDS, will be expedited. We expect the review of the papers will be completed within two months and accepted papers will be published in the immediate next available issue.
All papers accepted the "Covid-19 Research" Fast Track will be published free-of-charge to authors and readers, as free access for one year from the date of the publication to enable the research findings to be disseminated widely and freely to other researchers and the community at large.