ISADS 2023


Call for papers to the official workshops accepted at ISADS 2023. For submission, select the appropiate track at Easychair.

Service Assurance in System Wide Information Management (SASWIM 2023)

With the advancement of business globalization and technology standardization, the
requirement for constructing a “collaborative environment” which allows different
stakeholders and heterogeneous systems to cope with the full complexity of real-time
operational information exchanges has been increasing. To achieve interoperable and
harmonized operation, the System Wide Information Management (SWIM) concept has
been proposed and has been applying in the current Global Air Traffic Management (ATM)
System. Service Assurance in the SWIM is defined as capability of guaranteeing the quality
of data, information and service provision and utilization during the entire life cycle of a
mission critical operation system under heterogeneous and changing requirements.
The objective of the Workshop is to provide the premier interdisciplinary forum for
academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of system and
network architecture, software implementation, test-bed developments, experiments,
evaluation and analysis of SWIM concept based global ATM integration and related

Submission deadline: November 15, 2022


General/Program Chairs:  Remzi Seker, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA

Tadashi Koga, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan

Emerging Technologies in Autonomous Decentralized systems (ETADS 2023)

ETADS 2023 is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentations of new advances
and research results in emerging technologies in blockchain, quantum computing, and
cybersecurity, as well as their applications in autonomous decentralized systems, where
decentralized performance, security and reliability are of high importance, such as finance
systems, business systems, and different application of Internet of Things. The emergence and popularity of blockchain, quantum computing, and cybersecurity techniques are
significantly changing the operation and management of traditional decentralized and
networking systems. However, these techniques and related applications bring various
open issues and challenges for research communities. The workshop provides an
opportunity for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the
areas of design, synthesis, implementation, test, and analysis of blockchain, quantum
computing, and cybersecurity systems and their applications. The goals of this workshop
are to provide a wide coverage of the areas outlined and to bring together the researchers
from academic and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, challenges, and
solutions relating to the aspects of this field.

Papers describing blockchain, quantum computing, cybersecurity and their applications in
autonomous decentralized systems are solicited.

Submission deadline: November 15, 2022

General/Program Chairs:  Guanqiu Qi, SUNY at Buffalo State, US

Zhiqin Zhu, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China.

Javier Orduz, Earlham College, US.

Decentralized Deep Learning: New Trends and Advanced Technologies (DDL 2023)

Deep learning, big data, IoT and blockchain are very dynamic, grooming and important
research topics of today’s technology. They are contributing to the progress towards wide
applications. Recently, new state-of-the-art data management and decentralized deep
learning approaches became of great interest in both academic research and industrial

The main aim of this workshop is to encourage recent studies of deep learning,
reinforcement learning, decentralized deep learning, and federated learning for intelligent
automation applications. It is expected that the research submitted to this workshop will
answer the following question: How big data, IoT, blockchain, and deep learning should be
used to build decentralized and intelligent automated applications to achieve safety,
security and optimize performance and economy?

Submission deadline: November 15, 2022


General/Program Chairs:  Khaled R. Ahmed, Southern Illinois University, USA

Aboul Ella Hassanien, Cairo University, Egypt



IEEE Computer Society

In collaboration with:

IEICE Community Society

IEICE Information and System Society


Object Management Group

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