Its acronym stands for the Association for Computing Machinery, which is the world’s biggest educational and scientific computing association. It brings together educators, researchers, and professionals in order to encourage conversation, exchange resources, and address the field’s difficulties. The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) develops the collective voice of the computing profession via strong leadership, advocacy of the highest standards, and acknowledgment of technological accomplishment. ACM promotes the professional development of its members by offering opportunities for life-long learning, career advancement, and professional networking to all of its members.
ACM SIGOPS has a European chapter called EuroSys. EuroSys’ aims are to serve as a focal point for system researchers and to help raise the profile of systems research in Europe by facilitating meetings and communication between researchers and practitioners. EuroSys exists only for educational and scientific reasons, with the goal of promoting excellence in Computer Systems education, research, and industry in Europe, as well as reaching out to other system researchers throughout the world.
EuroSys attempts to retain a broad interest in all areas of computer science that are directly connected to or have an influence on software and hardware system development, design, architecture, deployment, and operation. Operating systems, networking, distributed systems, security, real-time systems, cloud computing, data management, language runtimes, middleware, ubiquitous computing, embedded systems, and a broad range of applications are among the topics of interest.
ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks 2022
The 15th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (ACM WiSec 2022) is currently being planned as an in-person conference in San Antonio, Texas, USA, from May 16 to May 19, 2022. The Department of Computer Science and the National Security Collaboration Center at the University of Texas in San Antonio will host the event (UTSA).
The Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) is the world’s biggest educational and scientific computing association. ACM WiSec is the premier ACM and SIGSAC conference on security and privacy in wireless and mobile networks and their applications, mobile software platforms, the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, usable security and privacy, biometrics, and cryptography. ACM WiSec is a highly competitive, high-quality conference that attracts a large number of attendees from business, government, and academia who come to share information, network, explore ideas, and learn about new trends and today’s hottest and most intriguing cybersecurity subjects. This event provides an excellent chance for like-minded colleagues, researchers, students, and industry to come and learn about the most recent advancements in the security and privacy fields.
ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy (CODASPY) 2022
Data and application security and privacy has grown significantly as a study subject, with several significant hurdles to overcome. The ACM Conference on Data and Applications Security (CODASPY) aims to explore new and fascinating research issues in data and application security and privacy, as well as to set out research and development directions in this field.
Submissions are sought from a wide range of groups, including corporate and university researchers, open-source initiatives, standardization bodies, governments, system and security administrators, software developers, and application domain specialists.
CODASPY 2022 will also include a dataset and tool paper track, which will give a unique platform for researchers and practitioners to make their work on datasets or tools relevant to the security and privacy domain public and citable. Accepted papers in this track must either describe the datasets that are accessible or report on the design and implementation of application security and privacy solutions. The number of pages in a dataset/tool document is restricted to six.
ACM/SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing (SAC) 2022
SAC is built on a flexible framework that consists mostly of self-contained, self-managed tracks. Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Computer Security, Data Mining, Big Data, IoT, Fog/Edge Computing, Blockchain, Evolutionary Computing, Health Information, Machine Learning, Mobile Computing, Programming Languages, Software Engineering, Web Technologies, and others were among the topics covered by SAC in previous years. SAC 2021 included 37 tracks and 764 paper submissions from 56 countries, with 190 of them being approved as full papers.
International Conference on Big Data Engineering (BDE) 2022
The 4th International Conference on Big Data Engineering (BDE 2022) will be held in Beijing, China, on May 26-28, 2022. BDE 2022 is a worldwide conference for exchanging information and findings in the domains of Big Data Engineering, including theory, methodology, new breakthroughs, and research results. The conference will bring together academic and industry researchers and practitioners to meet and exchange cutting-edge developments in the field. The Conference encourages important contributions in both theoretical and practical aspects of the main disciplines of Big Data Engineering. Ph.D. students, postdoctoral fellows, and other young scholars from across the world will be encouraged to participate. Bringing together a group of experts from various sectors to review recent developments and share thoughts on outstanding questions would be valuable. The major themes of the conference will include world-class keynote speakers.
Big data is a new paradigm that applies to datasets that are too large for frequently used software tools to acquire, manage, and process in a reasonable amount of time. These datasets are often unstructured and come from a variety of places (Variety), including social media, sensors, scientific applications, surveillance, video and image archives, Internet texts and documents, Internet search indexing, medical records, business transactions, and weblogs; and they are large (Volume) with fast data in/out (Velocity). More significantly, big data must have a high value (Value) and be trusted by company decision-makers (Veracity). Massively parallel processing databases, scalable storage systems, cloud computing platforms, and MapReduce are among the technologies being proposed to facilitate the management of large data.
ACM Cyber-Physical System Security Workshop 2022
This workshop, in Japan, is interested in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), which are large-scale, linked systems made up of a variety of different components that interact with the physical surroundings in which they are located. Because of the vast number of CPS devices and apps that are currently in use to provide essential services in our lives, system security has emerged as an essential non-functional quality for many modern computing systems.
This workshop will provide a venue for individuals from academia, government, and business to debate innovative methods to overcome the ongoing security concerns that are confronting CPS. The organizers are looking for entries that provide both theoretical and practical solutions to the problems with CPS security. All submissions that pertain to the safety of embedded systems, the internet of things, supervisory control and data acquisition systems, smart grids, and other vital infrastructure will be carefully considered.
International Symposium on Blockchain and Secure Critical Infrastructure (BSCI) 2022
Blockchain is a decentralized transaction and data management system that first gained traction with Bitcoin’s implementation. Blockchain has been gaining a lot of traction in recent years. The key qualities of Blockchain that enable security, anonymity, and data integrity without a third-party entity in charge of the transactions have sparked attention, and it is now being used in a variety of industries, including safeguarding vital infrastructure.
Critical infrastructures have become more reliant on digital control systems and networking as technology has improved. At this point, attacks on critical infrastructure sites are more of a given than a danger. Power plants, chemical plants, telecommunications stations, and nuclear facilities, for example, are all attractive targets for cyber-attacks. The issue of why and how we can use blockchain technology to safeguard critical infrastructure remains unanswered in this scenario. Prior approaches to securing vital infrastructure were plagued with centralized flaws and single points of failure. Currently, Blockchain can provide cryptography for transactions and data in trustless distributed networks to improve critical infrastructure stability and resilience. In other words, as the world becomes more open and secure, we must strengthen our defenses by building blockchain technology to safeguard distributed vital infrastructure.
The goal of the ACM International Symposium on Blockchain and Secure Critical Infrastructure is to bring together the most recent research findings on Blockchain and secure critical infrastructure in relevant scenarios, such as those listed below. In this forum, researchers, professionals, and scholars from both business and academia are invited to contribute their most current studies, investigations, and conclusions.
International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS) 2022
The ACM/IEEE 25th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems, held with the cooperation of ACM SIGSOFT and IEEE TCSE in Canada, is the leading conference series for model-driven software and systems engineering. MODELS has been covering all areas of modeling since 1998, from languages and methodologies to tools and applications. MODELS attendees include researchers, academics, engineers, and industry people from a variety of backgrounds. MODELS 2022 is a venue for participants to share cutting-edge research findings and cutting-edge practical experiences in the fields of modeling and model-driven software and systems.
The modeling community will have the opportunity to advance the foundations of modeling and come up with innovative applications of modeling in emerging areas such as cyber-physical systems, embedded systems, socio-technical systems, cloud computing, big data, machine learning, security, open-source, and sustainability at this year’s conference.
The conference’s particular focus for this year is “Modeling for Social Good.” The team encourages technical publications and events focused on socio-technical systems, social impact tools, human values integration, data science, and intelligent systems.