Tracks and Special Sessions

DeSE2022 is organised and sponsored by eSystems Engineering society and will cover a mix of topics aimed to address current research issues in the design, engineering and adoption of eSystems. DeSE2022 conference comprises of stimulating tracks:

  • Advanced Robotics
  • Nanomaterials and Energy
  • Sensors, Sensors Applications and Sensors Platforms
  • Internet of Everything and its Applications
  • AI and its Applications
  • Biomedical Intelligence, Image Processing and Medical Imaging & Clinical Data Analysis
  • Bio-informatics, Health Informatics, and Bio-Computing
  • Computational intelligence
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Engineering Management
  • Water Engineering Technologies
  • Genetic Algorithms
  • Novel Data Processing and Analytics, Tools and Systems
  • Big Data Systems, Mining and Management, Tools and Applications
  • Machine Learning, Web-based Decision Making
  • Deep Learning Methods and Techniques
  • eSystems Engineering (Main Track)

Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers (not exceeding 6 pages) conform to the IEEE format . All papers will be handled and processed electronically via the EDAS online submission system.

Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present their papers.

DeSE2022 is pleased to announce the following provisionally accepted special sessions from our research partners:
1. Sensor Technologies for Civil Engineering Applications, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland.
2. Supply chain (SC) digitalisation: managing the emergent cyber-physical SC systems, France.
3.Recent Advances in Telecommunications and Information Technology. Iraq.
4. Aviation 4.0: What does the Energy and Aviation Industry Needs in Five Year, Australia.
5. Emerging Technology Trends in Computing and Sustainable Engineering, Iraq.
6. Logistics and Transport in the Industry 4.0, Russia.
7. Digital Media: Augmented and Virtual Reality, Malaysia.
8. Disruptions in Computer Aided Diagnosis: A Deep Learning Perspective, India.
9. Advances in AI and ML for Healthcare and Medicine, Iraq.
10. 5G and Beyond, green communications, IoT and Machine learning, Malaysia.
11. Application of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Machine Learning and Robotics in Oil and Gas Industry Development, Shahed University, Iran.
12.  Intelligent Engineering Application and Applied Sciences, Iraq, Sweden.
13.  Recent Trends in IoT, AI and Multidisciplinary Applications, the University of Anbar, Iraq and UK.
14.  Technology-Enhanced Learning Post COVID-19 Era: Challenges and Recommendations, the University of Liverpool, UK.
15.  eBusiness, eAccounting and eFinance, Liverpool Business School, UAE&UK.
16. Artificial Intelligence (AI): Intangible Challenges and Potential Solutions, Liverpool Hope University, UK. 
17. Technological Innovation in Wastewater Treatment, The Lebanese University, Lebanon. 
18. Internet of Smart Things and Big Data Managements and Mining, University of Lincoln, UK.
19. Technology to support the Management of Health, University of Babylon, Iraq.
20. AI for Every Things, Brunel University, UK.
21. Machine Learning and Deep Learning: Cyber security and digital forensics approaches and challenges, Al-Nahrain University-  College of Engineering, Iraq.
22. New Trends for the Fifth Generation Communication Systems, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq.
23. Speech Processing and Computer Vision: Analysis and Application, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.