16TH ACM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DISTRIBUTED AND EVENT-BASED SYSTEMS
We are looking forward to welcoming many people coming to Copenhagen to experience the advantage of in-person conference participation. However, for those unable to travel, DEBS 2022 will have a hybrid nature. Remote participation will be possible for authors and audience in technical sessions, and there will also be support for online networking and conversation.
Over the past decade, the ACM International Conference on Distributed and Event‐Based Systems (DEBS) has become the premier venue for academia and industry to discuss cutting-edge research of event-based computing related to Big Data, AI/ML, IoT, and Distributed Systems. The objectives of the 2022 ACM International Conference on Distributed and Event‐Based Systems (DEBS 2022) are to provide a forum dedicated to the dissemination of original research, the discussion of practical insights, and the reporting of experiences relevant to distributed systems and event‐based computing. The DEBS 2022 research track will highlight two focus areas connected to crucial challenges of our times: climate change and sustainability, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The DEBS conference covers topics in distributed and event-based computing. The scope of the conference includes systems dealing with collecting, detecting, processing, and responding to events through distributed middleware and applications. Examples of application domains covered by the conference include the Internet of Things, sensor networks, cyber-physical systems, social networking, finance, transportation, healthcare and logistics, computer and network security. Technologies discussed include complex event recognition and forecasting, real-time analytics, reliability and resilience, distributed ledger and blockchains, energy management and green computing, data stream reasoning and modeling, big/fast data analysis, event processing for Artificial Intelligence and vice versa, security and encryption in stream processing, embedded systems, and cloud, peer-to-peer, ubiquitous and mobile computing. Topics relevant to enterprise-level computing include enterprise application integration, real-time enterprises, Web services, and support for enterprises to respond in a timely fashion to changing situations. The covered topics include, but are not limited to:
Models, architectures and paradigms: Complex event processing, event-driven architectures, trustworthy event-based systems, real-time analytics, intelligent event processing, event processing in big and fast data, data stream processing, security and encryption in stream processing, complex event forecasting, in-network processing, logic-based complex event recognition, online relational learning, distributed event pattern learning, event correlation, and pattern languages.
Systems and software: Distributed data processing, distributed programming, federated event-based systems, AI/ML for event processing, information-centric networking, software-defined networking, security, reliability and resilience, distributed ledger and blockchains, programmable hardware, energy management, and green computing as well as cloud, fog, ubiquitous and mobile computing.
Applications: Use cases, requirements, and applications of distributed and event-based systems in various domains including Internet-of-Things, life sciences, moving object applications, smart cities, cyber-physical systems, sensor networks, social networking, multimedia analytics, finance, healthcare and logistics, computer and network security, smart contracts, and blockchains. Also, relevant topics span enterprise-level computing, including enterprise application integration, real-time enterprises, event-based business process management, and support for enterprises to respond in a timely fashion to changing situations.
The DEBS community joins an integrated effort to promote diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our professional activities. DEBS 2022 participates in this effort alongside EDBT/ICDT, MDM, SIGMOD, VLDB, SoCC, and ICDE, to celebrate the diversity in our community and welcome everyone regardless of age, sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic background, country of origin, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, education, work experience, etc. It also welcomes people and opinions of all political persuasions, as long as they abide by the ACM policy against hate speech and harassment.
For more information visit the dedicated website: https://dbdni.github.io.
All submissions are encouraged to be prepared with D&I in mind following the suggestions in submission guidelines. If you have any comments, questions, suggestions, or complaints, please email the DEBS Diversity and Inclusion Chairs: Panos Chrysanthis (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Vana Kalogeraki (email@example.com)
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|Tutorial Proposal Submission|
|Grand Challenge Solution Submission|
|Doctoral Symposium Submission|
|Poster and Demo Paper Submission|
|Author Notification Research Track|
|Author Notification Industry and Application Track|
|Author Notification Tutorials|
|Author Notification Grand Challenge|
|Author Notification Doctoral Symposium|
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|Camera Ready for All Tracks|
|Conference||27th June – 30th June 2022|
The conference will be hosted by the University of Copenhagen. Founded in 1479, it is the oldest and largest university in Denmark. It is often ranked as the best university in Scandinavia and among the top Universities in Europe. The Department of Computer Science at University of Copenhagen (DIKU) is the first computer science department in Denmark, established by Peter Naur in 1970. Since then, our researchers and graduates have formed the basis for society’s accelerating technological transformation, and our research environment and results have made us one of Europe’s leading and most attractive computer science departments.