The 10th International Symposium on Applied Computing for Software and Smart Systems (ACSS-2023) is to be held during September 15-16, 2023 in Kolkata, India. ACSS 2023 is aimed at offering a qualified opportunity for presentation and discussion of the innovative works by undergraduate, graduate students and as well as research scholars. While the emphasis of the workshop is on Software and Smart Systems, we solicit research outcomes on other relevant areas pertaining to advancement of computing.
Some of the selected papers are to be included in a Special Issue of the Springer Nature Journal of Innovations in Systems & Software Engineering (ISSE) or in the International Journal of Biometrics.Visit ISSE Visit IJBM
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
A. K. Choudhury School of Information Technology
University of Calcutta, India
The ACSS-2023 International Symposium aims to facilitate research scholars to present and discuss their research works with senior researchers in a constructive and friendly atmosphere. Since March 17, 2017, there have been a total of 4477 chapter downloads for the eBook on SpringerLink
Paper Submission Date : April 15, 2023
Author Notification : May 19, 2023
Author Notification : May 25, 2023
Camera Ready Submission & Author Registration : May 31, 2023
Symposium : September 15-16, 2023
We welcome all such authors to submit research papers to the 10th International Symposium on Applied Computing for Software and Smart Systems (ACSS-2023). Any work that is not presented in ACSS-2023 shall not be included in the conference book. This symposium would be best suited for researchers who work in one of the following broad areas:
The submission draft for full papers should be limited to 10-12 pages. All papers will be carefully reviewed by the program committee and a balanced program will be selected based on relevance and technical soundness. Each paper will receive at least two blind reviews. Please note that author names, affiliations, etc. are not to be included in any form in the manuscript. The selected and presented works for ACSS 2023 are to be published after the symposium by Springer as an edited book in the Lecture notes in Networks and Systems book series. Extended version of selected papers are to be included in a Special Issue in the Springer Nature Journal of Innovations in Systems & Software Engineering (ISSE) or in the International Journal of Biometrics.
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The energy management systems (EMS) undergoes significant changes aiming at transition to the new generation of grids (Smart Grids) characterized by a bidirectional flow of information and energy and trustful data exchange across various stakeholders in the energy sector. In Europe, the modernization of the grid is expected to solve the problem of currently fragmented applications (developed against energy data silos), enable data exchange within energy communities and broader and create a single market for data. Semantic technologies (knowledge graphs as representation and processing frameworks, semantic reasoning solutions) are one of the key enablers of future integrated energy management systems. In this keynote, the process of establishment of one energy data ecosystem that utilize knowledge graphs for integration and federation of existing and future EMS platforms will be presented. Furthermore, the challenges and benefits from using semantic models for building trustworthy Artificial Intelligence-based services will be discussed.
Space exploration missions represent some of the largest, most ambitious, and most costly engineering systems yet developed. They attract public attention and enthusiasm but the potential for failure is great, resulting in great financial loss and the loss of potentially decades of effort and research. From the field of software engineering, we describe approaches to building autonomous missions that are more likely to be successful, are far more ambitious and are more resilient in harsh environments.
Graphs offer an excellent modeling tool to abstract and analyze a wide variety of real-life applications including wireless mobile networks (4G/5G), sensor networks, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones), social and biological networks, cyber-physical systems, internet of things (IoT), and so on. This talk will focus on how to design efficient algorithms for wireless, sensor, IoT and drone networks using fundamental and advanced concepts of graph theory. The audience will have “fun” while being engaged in cutting-edge research challenges and “cool” solutions.
The ACSS 2023 books are to be published by Springer Nature. The ACSS book volume(s) are indexed by Thomson Reuters (ISI Proceedings), EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS, and others. Extended version of selected papers are to be included in a Special Issue in the Springer Nature Journal of Innovations in Systems & Software Engineering (ISSE) and International Journal of Biometrics.(IJBM)
Khalid Saeed, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
Nabendu Chaki, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Sankhayan Choudhury, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Agostino Cortesi, Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy
Rituparna Chaki, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Amlan Chakrabarti, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Nagaraju Devarakonda, VIT-AP University, India
Monowar Bhuyan, Umea University, Sweden
Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy
Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
Souvick Das, University of Calcutta, India
Acharya Prafulla Chandra Sikhsha Prangan
University of Calcutta
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