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3rd Africa and Middle East Conference on Software Engineering (AMECSE 2017)

AMECSE 2017 is organized by the Software Engineering Competence Center (SECC) In-Cooperation with ACM SIGSOFT with the theme of Software Innovation for smart Knowledge Cities. AMECSE 2017 aims at leveraging the power of knowledge, the wide spectrum of modern software methods and technologies, and innovation to realize the ecosystem of the smart knowledge cities. AMECSE 2017 specifically promotes the contributions that discuss the deployment of the latest innovations in software engineering methods, technologies, practices, and processes needed for developing smart knowledge cities. AMECSE 2017 invites submissions addressing the role of software engineering to support the following main aspects of smart knowledge cities:

  • Data/Knowledge Management
  • Cities Dashboards Technologies
  • Citizen Management
  • Environment and Urban Monitoring
  • Smart Homes/Buildings
  • Smart Education/Transportation
  • Smart Agents for Smart Grids
  • Data Analytics for Cities
  • Cloud Computing for Cities
  • Social Computing/Analytics
  • IoT for Smart Cities
  • Software for Open Smart Cities
  • QoS of Smart City Systems
  • E-Government Services
  • Microservice Architecture
  • Connected Smart Objects
  • Open Linked/Semantic/Big Data
  • Innovation and Business Models for Knowledge Cities
  • Agile Software Methods
  • Free and Open Source Software

Submissions: All submissions must be original and are NOT submitted, published or under consideration anywhere in other conferences/journals. Submissions must be done electronically via EDAS ( by the stated deadlines. AMECSE 2017 solicit high quality contributions in one or more of the following four types of submissions:

  • Industrial Papers
  • Research Papers
  • Posters
  • Tutorials

The call for submissions and submission guidelines and policies are available at:

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Date & Time

2017-12-12 – 2017-12-13


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