Welcome to ASSE 2022!
2022 3rd 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 2022 will be held in Macau,
China during 24-26 February, 2022. It is supported by
Singapore Institute of Electronics and Feng Chia University. Welcome scholars and researchers working in the field of
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: 978-1-4503-8745-3), which
will be indexed by Ei
Compendex and Scopus,
and submitted to be reviewed by Thomson Reuters
Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI Web
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
January 10, 2022
Acceptance Notification Date
January 25, 2022
February 8, 2022
February 24-26, 2022
July 30, 2021 News! The
ASSE 2021 proceedings has been indexed by
July 1, 2021 News! The
ASSE 2021 proceedings is available in ACM
April 1, 2021 News! The
ASSE 2022 will be held in Macau again and the
submission is open nwo. (Click)
March 1, 2021 News!
ASSE 2021 changed into online meeting because of
COVID-19, it was sucessfully held. (Click)
August 18, 2020 News! The
ASSE 2020 proceedings has been indexed by
high-quality papers will be recommended the following special
issues and invited authors need to submit an extended version of
the conference paper.
Issue on Elsevier-International Journal of Information
(Impact Factor – 8.7), https://www.journals.elsevier.com/international-journal-of-information-management/call-for-papers/emerging-digital-technologies-and-applications-for-smes
Issue on Elsevier-Array (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/array/call-for-papers)
Best Views in Macau
The Ruins of St. Paul's is the top
ranked and the most attractive tourist spots in Macau, which can
be considered the symbol and landmark of this fascinating city.
It is actually the remained arch-structure of the Church of St.
Paul. Firstly completed at the year 1580, the church of St. Paul
has its architecture combined Renaissance-style and
oriental-style in harmonious way. Experienced the baptism of
fire for three times, this well decorated and furnished church
been destroyed and only the stone facade can tell people its
brilliant glories in the old times. A-Ma Temple or Mazu Temple,
which located on the southwest tip of the Macau, is the oldest
Taoist temple in Macau, as well as the most famous one. It has a
history of over 500-year, which can be dated back to 1488 of the
Ming Dynasty, even before the city of Macau came into being. The
Venetian Macau is not only a hotel for accommodating, it is more
like a multifunction resort for recreation. It is, therefore, a
popular tourist attraction and entertainment place in Macau.
Located on the Cotai Strip in Macau, it is the largest single
structure hotel building in Asia. Owned by the Las Vegas Sands
corporation, it is modeled on its sister casino resort, the
Venetian in Las Vegas as the luxury hotel and casino resort.