Naohiro Hayashibara naohaya at cse.kyoto-su.ac.jp
Wed Mar 15 17:30:18 CDT 2023

DEBS 2023 - 17th ACM International Conference on Distributed and
Event-based Systems
27th June – 30th June 2023
Neuchatel, Switzerlandhttp://2023.debs.org/


Objective and Scope: The DEBS 2023 Industry and Application Track
invites submissions on innovative design, development, or deployments
of event-based and distributed systems and applications. Contributions
will be reviewed by researchers and industry practitioners working in
distributed and event-based computing.

An important goal of DEBS is to enrich and cultivate cooperation and
exchange between researchers and practitioners who work on distributed
and event-based systems. Such interactions help practitioners to
become aware of leading edge research that can address issues and
problems in commercial systems, while also allowing researchers to
learn more about details and concerns with event-based and distributed
applications and systems that arise in commercial implementations and

Submissions should present novel work and experiences with relevant
topics including, but not limited to, the following:
- Use cases and applications of distributed and event-based systems,
especially in smart IoT & CPS scenarios
- Models, architectures and paradigms of distributed and event-based systems
- Cloud- and edge-based approaches, including serverless and
hybrid/multi-cloud, for event-based and distributed applications
- Distributed systems trade-offs for event-based applications
- Experiences with load management, fault tolerance and
reconfiguration of event-based and distributed systems
- Security and consistency issues for distributed and event-based systems
- Systems and approaches for event data management and stream fusion
- Programming languages and DSLs for distributed and event-based systems
- Deploying and operating distributed and event-based systems and applications
- Testing and benchmarking of real-world event processing systems and
- Event processing for training machine learning models
- Inferencing of machine learning models from event streams and edge AI
- Experiences with stream processing on heterogeneous and
reconfigurable hardware

Finally, as DEBS 2023 places emphasis on reproducibility, we also
encourage authors of Industry and Application papers to make available
all data used for empirical evaluation, the related software as well
as clear instructions for reproducing the presented experiments, as a
form of supplementary material. The reviewers will be encouraged to
consider this material.


Important Dates: Deadlines expire at 11:59pm AoE.

Industry paper submission: March 25th, 2023
Industry paper notification: April 27th, 2023
Camera ready deadline: May 26th, 2023
Conference: 27th June – 30th June 2023


Submissions: Industry and Applications Track papers should cover some
novel use or development of event-based applications or distributed
systems, with an industry theme, and must be no longer than 12 pages.
We also welcome short papers no longer than 6 pages. Each submission
must be original, unpublished and cannot be under review for another
publishing forum during the time it is under submission to DEBS 2023.

Submissions to the Industry and Application track will be evaluated by
the Industry and Application Program Committee. This track will use a
single-blind process, unlike the double-blind reviews in the Research
Track, so information about the authors and their affiliations should
be present in all submissions. Submitted papers are required to adhere
to the two-column "sigconf" ACM conference proceeding style. Templates
and examples in LaTeX and various versions of Microsoft Word are
available for download from the the ACM Primary Article Template page.

Papers in pdf format may be submitted via HotCRP via the following
link: https://debs23industry.hotcrp.com/.

The authors of accepted papers will be given a choice between
different copyright agreements, according to the recent changes in the
ACM policy. The options will include opportunities for open access as
well as the traditional ACM copyright agreement.


ACM Policies: By submitting your article to an ACM Publication, you
are hereby acknowledging that you and your co-authors are subject to
all ACM Publications Policies, including ACM's new Publications Policy
on Research Involving Human Participants and Subjects. Alleged
violations of this policy or any ACM Publications Policy will be
investigated by ACM and may result in a full retraction of your paper,
in addition to other potential penalties, as per ACM Publications

Please ensure that you and your co-authors obtain an ORCID ID, so you
can complete the publishing process for your accepted paper. ACM has
been involved in ORCID from the start and we have recently made a
commitment to collect ORCID IDs from all of our published authors. The
collection process has started and will roll out as a requirement
throughout 2022. We are committed to improve author discoverability,
ensure proper attribution and contribute to ongoing community efforts
around name normalization; your ORCID ID will help in these efforts.


Industry and Application Program Committee
- Josef Spillner, ZHAW (co-chair)
- Mandana Vaziri, IBM Research (co-chair)
- Alexandre Da Silva Veith, Nokia Bell Labs, Belgium
- Sebastian Frischbier, FintechX, Germany
- Florian Forster, Zitadel, Switzerland
- Martin Hirzel, IBM Research, USA
- Tania Lorido Botran, Roblox, USA
- Matteo Nardelli, Bank of Italy, Italy
- Sabri Skhiri, EURA NOVA, Belgium
- Maria Serrano, Nearby Computing, Spain
- Junwei Zhang, Doordash, USA

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