[hpc-announce] ACSOS 2023: Call for Participation

ACSOS Publicity Chairs publicity at acsos.org
Mon Jul 31 03:00:23 CDT 2023

******* ACSOS 2023 - Call for Participation *******

4th IEEE International Conference on
Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems
25-29 September 2023 - York University, Toronto, Canada



The world is increasingly embracing autonomous systems: in robotics,
manufacturing, software engineering, vehicles, data center systems,
and precision agriculture to name just a few areas. These systems are
bringing autonomy to a whole new level of dynamic decision-making
under uncertainty, requiring autonomic behavior (e.g., control theory,
cybernetics) and self-reference, leading to a range of self-*
properties (e.g., self-awareness, self-adaptation, self-organization),
and an approach in which system implementation and its environment are
holistically considered.

The IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and
Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS) is the leading forum to share the
latest research results, ideas and experiences in autonomic computing,
self-adaptation and self-organization. Now in its 4th edition, ACSOS
was founded in 2020 as a merger of the IEEE International Conference
on Autonomic Computing (ICAC) and the IEEE International Conference on
Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO).

Now in its 4th edition, ACSOS 2023 will be hosted at York University,
Toronto, from September 25-29, 2023. In addition to the main
conference research paper presentations, ACSOS 2023 will host
high-quality workshops, tutorials, and expert panels. The program will
also include industrial presentations, in addition to posters, demos,
artifacts and a doctoral symposium.


Registration:         https://2023.acsos.org/attending/registration
Program at a Glance:  https://2023.acsos.org/info/program-at-a-glance
Authors registration: August 5th, 2023
Early registration:   August 15th, 2023


* Dr. Christian Bettstetter, a professor at the University of
   Klagenfurt, and the scientific director of Lakeside Labs, "Sync and
   swarm: From metronomes to drones".

* Dr. Jeffrey O. Kephart, distinguished research scientist at IBM
   Research, "Viewing Autonomic Computing through the Lens of Embodied
   Artificial Intelligence".

* Dr. Mihaela Ulieru, technology alchemist, founder, and President of
   the IMPACT Institute for the Digital Economy, "Smart Cities in the
   Fourth Industrial Revolution Era".


* Main Track
* Workshops
* Artifacts
* Doctoral Symposium
* Posters and Demos
* Tutorials
* ACSOS in Practice:Swarm Robotics
* Expert Panel: Leveraging Generative AI to Build Adaptive Systems

This year we offer travel grants to support the attendance of
participants in need of travel cost assistance. Make sure to check out
the application process on our website:


For more information on visa, accommodation, and social programs that
will take place during our event, please visit our website and click
on 'Attending' on the main menu:


We are looking forward to seeing you in Toronto!

Peter Lewis and Marin Litoiu, IEEE ACSOS General Chairs
Ivana Dusparic and Barry Porter, IEEE ACSOS PC Chairs

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