I am very glad that I had the opportunity to attend AMECSE 2016. It gave me the opportunity to meet a broad variety of people who are interested in both practicing and teaching about Software Development. They asked very thought-provoking questions and this led to fruitful discussions. Some of the discussions continued after I returned home to Canada. The talks and workshops were interesting and helpful. They discussed basic issues and avoided the trap of degenerating to a discussion of short-lived technology. I would recommend the AMECSE series to anyone who has the opportunity to attend.
David Parans, Ph.D., P.Eng.(Ontario); 
Dr.h.c.: ETH Zürich, Louvain, Lugano ,TU Wien
 Fellow: RSC, ACM, CAE, GI, IEEE; MRIA;

Under the Auspices of H.E. Eng. Yasser El Kady

Minster of Communications and information Technology

About AMECSE Conferences

Africa and Middle East Conference on Software Engineering (AMECSE) is a series of conferences started in 2014 as the first forum in the region for practitioners and researchers to present and share the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and concerns in the field of Software Engineering. Every edition of AMECSE fosters a theme that is deemed important for tackling pressing challenges in our region.

AMECSE 2017ACM-SIGSOFT3-300x214 is the third edition of AMECSE conference series. This edition is organized In-Cooperation with the ACM SIGSOFT.

The theme of this edition is 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 sACM_ICPS_v.2B-300x192mart knowledge cities.

 

AMECSE 2017 accepted papers will be published in the ACM Conference Proceedings Series. The ACM – ICPS has assigned the ISBN 978-1-4503-5512-4 for AMECSE 2017 proceedings. 

 

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Papers Submission Deadline Extended!

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Keynote Speakers

Massive Online Analytics for the Internet of Things (IoT) 

Professor Albert Bifet

Distinguished ACM Speaker

Associate Professor at Telecom ParisTech and Honorary Research Associate at the WEKA Machine Learning Group at University of Waikato;  

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Stefano De Panfilis

COO, FIWARE Foundation

Dr. Ashraf Hassan Abdelwahab

Chief Technology Officer (CTO) 4Afrika initiative at Microsoft
Papers Submission Deadline is October 17th, 2017

 

Registration Category ACM or ACM Cairo Chapter Members Non-ACM and Non-ACM Cairo Chapter Members
Paper Author* $60 (1000 EGP) $70 (1200 EGP)
Attendee** $50 (850 EGP) $55 (950 EGP)
Ph.D/M.Sc.Student*** $40 (700 EGP) $45 (800 EGP)
Undergraduate Student*** $20 (350 EGP) $25 (450 EGP)

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What People Say About AMECSE

Testimonials from AMECSE Speakers

I am very glad that I had the opportunity to attend AMECSE 2016. It gave me the opportunity to meet a broad variety of people who are interested in both practicing and teaching about Software Development. They asked very thought-provoking questions and this led to fruitful discussions. Some of the discussions continued after I returned home to Canada. The talks and workshops were interesting and helpful. They discussed basic issues and avoided the trap of degenerating to a discussion of short-lived technology. I would recommend the AMECSE series to anyone who has the opportunity to attend.

David Parans, Ph.D., P.Eng.(Ontario); 
Dr.h.c.: ETH Zürich, Louvain, Lugano ,TU Wien
 Fellow: RSC, ACM, CAE, GI, IEEE; MRIA;

My expectations form AMECSE 2014 is to learn, interact and network with people. I expect in further AMECSE’s to continuously meet people with whom i can build business partnerships and do investments.

Clement Uwajeneza, Aficta Board Member, Founder & Managing Director, AxIS, Rwanda

I think AMECSE 2014 was very successful. This is the first of a series of conferences which I personally hope will continue and also extend lots of technologies to the African continent.

Stefan Schuster, Project Director, TECNALIA Research & Innovation,
Spain

I was very surprised and very happy to see this kind of events happen in this part of the world. I hope to encourage students and research to look more into open data and its applications. I hope this conference is the first but not the last.

Biplav-Srivastava, Distigusihed ACM Speaker, India