International Conference on Smart Computing (SMARTCOMP) is the premier conference on smart computing. Smart computing is a multidisciplinary domain based on the synergistic influence of advances in sensor-based technologies, Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, edge computing, big data analytics, machine learning, cognitive computing, and artificial intelligence.
Applications of smart computing can be found in different societal domains including, but not limited to, transportation, energy, environmental protection, smart and connected communities, healthcare, banking, industrial systems, entertainment, and social media. Algorithmic and system advancements of cloud computing, mobile/pervasive computing, cyber-physical systems, sensor networking and social computing are taking smart computing to a new dimension and improving our ways of living.
SMARTCOMP 2023 is the 9th edition of the conference and will be held at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, hosted by Vanderbilt University Institute for Software Integrated Systems. We want SMARTCOMP 2023 to be a welcoming venue for novel, cutting-edge, and creative research. We realize that such innovative concepts may be harder to be fully developed and evaluated in all aspects. The review process will take this into account. Authors are encouraged to discuss importance, timeliness, significance of their work, as well as limitations, potential future extensions and directions.
Extended versions of selected high quality SMARTCOMP 2023 papers will be considered for publication in Elsevier's Journal of Pervasive and Mobile Computing.
Jan 26, 2023 Call for PhD Forum Presentations
Jan 19, 2023 Call for WIP/Demos/Posters
Jan 17, 2023 Industrial Call for Papers
Jan 01, 2023 SmartSys, BITS, & SmAgr Workshops Announced
Dec 25, 2022 Organizers and Technical Program Committees finalized
Sep 25, 2022 Call for Workshop Proposals!
Aug 25, 2022 Call for Papers!
July 29, 2022 Website is live!
July 27, 2022 Website is under construction!
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