Welcome to ASSE 2023!
2023 4th Asia Service Sciences and Software
Engineering Conference aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners,
and professionals from the industry, academia and government to
discourse on research and development, professional practice in
Service Sciences and Software Engineering.
ASSE 2023 will
be held in the University of Aizu in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan during
October 27-29, 2023. It is
sponsered by ACM Singapore Chapter and Singapore Institute of
scholars and researchers working in the field of Service Sciences
and Software Engineering
all over the world to attend the
conference and share your experiences and lessons with other
enthusiasts, and develop opportunities for cooperation.
Submission & Review Process:
Authors are solicited to
contribute to the conference by submitting articles that
illustrate research results, projects, surveying works and
industrial experiences. Submissions must be original and should
not have been published previously or be under consideration for
publication while being evaluated for this conference.
After the conference group receiving the paper submission, it
will be sent to be blind and peer reviewed by 2-3 reviewers.
Only revised papers that pass the second review will be
accepted. ASSE do not accept multiple submissions, plagiarism,
and self-plagiarism. Submissions in violation will be rejected
The authors can choose one of the
following ways for publishing of your papers, Please conform to
the correct format when preparing your papers.
Publication in Proceedings
The submitted papers
will be peer reviewed by Technical Committee.
The accepted and registered papers can be
publishe in the ACM
International Conference Proceedings (ISBN:
will be indexed by Ei
Compendex and Scopus.
For those who're NOT expecting the publishing
of their papers, it's acceptable to only submit
your abstracts to us for Oral Presentation Only.
Full Paper Submission
August 12, 2023
Acceptance Notification Date
September 12, 2023
September 27, 2023
October 27-29, 2023
November 30, 2022 News! ASSE
2023 will be held in Aizu University, Japan and the
submission is open now(Click).
May 19, 2022 News! The
ASSE 2022 proceedings has been indexed by Scopus and EI
April 18, 2022 News! ASSE
2022 proceedings is available in Digital
February 10, 2022 News! ASSE
2022 will be changed into online meeting because of
Best Views in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan
Aizu is the
westernmost of the three regions of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan,
the other two regions being Nakadōri in the central area of the
prefecture and Hamadōri in the east. It was part of Mutsu
Province; the area once was part of Iwase Province created
during the reign of Empress Genshō. The Yōrō Ritsuryo
established the Iwase Province in 718 through the division of
the Michinoku Province (Mutsu Province). It was composed of five
districts of Shirakawa, Iwase, Aizu, Asaka and Shinobu. The area
encompassed by the province reverted to Mutsu some time between
722 and 724.
Set in a beautiful valley, Aizu-Wakamatsu offers onsen, a
castle, and well-preserved traditional townscapes. The area is
also famous for its lacquerware. It was the last stronghold of
the samurai at the end of the 19th century, and there is much to
see of this history.