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The conference is designed in such a way to address and discuss societal problems and it is a platform for scientists and engineers from different backgrounds to come together and discuss. More generally, the conference’s scope is on the advancement of science and engineering toward sustainable development.

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We welcome contributions from the following fields:

ICAST 2023 will have seven main tracks:

Track 1: AI, Machine Learning, and its Applications
This track is intended to meet the needs of a wide range of AI researchers in academic and industrial research. It covers a range of issues from the tools and languages of artificial intelligence (AI) to philosophical implications of both theoretical and experimental research, as well as surveys and impact studies. It also focuses on the practical application of AI, machine learning and its subcategories in various domains such as health, education, agriculture, tourism, trade, governance, etc.

Track 2: Industrial Automation, Networking, and Communication Systems

Research topics include, but are not limited to: Robotics, industrial automation and control system, Electrical machines control and drives, Power electronics, Power generation, transmission and distribution systems, High voltage and HVDC transmission , Micro grid and smart grid technologies, Wireless communication, Computer networks and data communication, Computer system architecture, Real time systems, Mobile computing and communication, Space and satellite communication, Network and data security , VLSI and microelectronic circuits , Integrated circuits and Embedded systems, Signal systems and  processing, Wireless sensor networks, Sensors and sensor technologies , Smart grid communication, Electronics and instrumentation.

Track 3: Advancements in Manufacturing and Mechanization Systems

Thematic areas in this track include but not limited to Production and Manufacturing Systems, Mechanization systems, Fluid mechanics and thermal systems, Mechanics of materials, Automotive design, Machine design and development, product and system design, Automation and control systems, Controls and robotics, Mechatronics, System Dynamics and Control, Quality and Reliability Engineering, Human Factors/Ergonomics, Service Systems, Systems Analysis and optimization, Computational Engineering, Inventory System Design, Maintenance system, indigenous mechanical technologies,  Digitalization and Innovation Leadership, and other areas related to mechanical and industrial engineering area will also be considered.

Track 4: Advances in Materials Science and applications
Under this track, experimental, theoretical, and computational research results, methods and technical reports on Advance in Materials Science and Technology can be considered. It should be noted that this field of research is deeply engaged in developing innovative solutions to some of the world’s most important and challenging problems related to advances in Materials Science and its applications. With attention given to all types of materials, properties, processes, and applications, we focus on the linkage between new attainable material functionality and the associated advanced technologies and engineered systems. The following are some of specific thematic areas of priority; advanced manufacturing and materials processing; biomaterials and bio-inspired materials; functional materials and their behavior; materials for energy storage, conversion, and transmission; structural materials; soft materials, composites, and coatings.

Track 5: Process Industries for Sustainable Development
Thematic areas under this track include but not limited to the following: Process System Engineering and Optimization, Process Intensification Energy Utilization in Process Industries, Green Process Engineering, Catalytic Reactor Engineering, Upgrading Indigenous Processes Technologies, Sugar Processing, By-Product Utilization, Waste Valorization, , Biotechnology for Improved Food Products, Biocatalysts and Biotransformation, Petrochemical Processing, Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies, Air Pollution Control, Solid Waste Management, Environmental Impact Assessment, , Advancements in Membrane Processes, Polymers for Advanced Applications, Process Optimization and Control, Fluid Flow Dynamics and Transport Systems, , Particle Technology, Mineral Processing, High Performance Materials for Advanced Applications, Nano-materials and Nanofabrication, Biomaterials, Postharvest Technology  and Management, Food Product and Process Development, Supply Chain Food Quality and Safety, Food Ingredient Development, Indigenous crops and Food Processing Practices, Food Preservation and Shelf-Life Studies, Food Fortification, Specialized Nutritious Foods (SNFs), Fermentation Technology, Packaging Technology, Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals, Food Systems, Agriculture to Nutrition Linkages, Nutrition in Health and Disease, Micronutrients and Bioavailability, Maternal and Adolescent Nutrition, Infant and Young Child Nutrition.

Track 6: Renewable and Green Energy Technologies
Topics and technical areas of interest include but are not limited to the following: Renewable (green) energy systems  and sources as (wind, hydropower, solar, biomass, biofuel, geothermal, wave, tidal, & ocean), hydrogen & fuel cells, energy storage, solar thermal energy, nuclear energy, energy materials, energy-saving technology, energy-efficient lighting technologies, new energy vehicles, gasification, green energy systems, CO2 capture storage and utilization, energy conversion systems, energy policies & economics, photovoltaic systems and photocatalysis, and emerging technologies.

Track 7: Sustainable Infrastructure and Built Environment
Thematic areas under this track include but not limited to: Construction Productivity, Safety, and Risk Management, Construction Materials, Infrastructure Financing, Public-Private Partnership in Infrastructure Development, Infrastructure Asset Management, Reinforced Concrete, Structural Design, Foundation, Soil Mechanics, Tunnel Engineering, Rock Mechanics, Surveying, Transportation Policy and Development, Transportation Planning and Modeling, Transportation Operation and Maintenance, Transportation Economics and Evaluation, Transportation Safety, Road and Pavement Engineering, Public and Freight Transportation, Hydrology and Water Resources Management, River and Waterways, Hydromechanics, Irrigation, Groundwater, Flood Mitigation, Climate Change, Urban Drainage and Sewerage, River Basin Development, Hydropower, Land and Water Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH), Environmental Health and Safety, Environmental and Health Risk Assessment, Water Supply, Water Quality, Industrial and Domestic Waste Treatment and Recycling, and Bioremediation Engineering.


All papers from Track 1 (AI, Machine Learning, and its Applications) and Track 2 (Industrial Automation, Networking, and Communication Systems) will be submitted for publication in LNICST.

All papers from Track 3 to Track 7 will be submitted for publication in Green Energy and Technology.

All registered papers will be submitted for publishing by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library.

Proceedings will be submitted for inclusion in leading indexing services, such as Web of Science, Compendex, Scopus, DBLP, EU Digital Library, IO-Port, MatchSciNet, Inspec and Zentralblatt MATH.

All accepted authors are eligible to submit an extended version in a fast track of:

Additional publication opportunities:

Paper submission

Papers should be submitted through EAI ‘Confy+‘ system, and have to comply with the Springer format (see Author’s kit section).

  • Regular papers should be up to 12-15+ pages in length.
  • Short papers should be 6-11 pages in length.

All conference papers undergo a thorough peer review process prior to the final decision and publication. This process is facilitated by experts in the Technical Program Committee during a dedicated conference period. Standard peer review is enhanced by EAI Community Review which allows EAI members to bid to review specific papers. All review assignments are ultimately decided by the responsible Technical Program Committee Members while the Technical Program Committee Chair is responsible for the final acceptance selection. You can learn more about Community Review here.

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