ACSOS 2022
Mon 19 - Fri 23 September 2022 virtual
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Artifacts in ACSOS and Posters and DemosPosters and Demos / Artifacts at Poster Room
Towards Adaptive, Real-time Monitoring of Food Quality Using Smart Sensors
Posters and Demos
Elia Henrichs University of Hohenheim, Germany, Christian Krupitzer University of Hohenheim, Germany
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Specifying Reactive Robotic Applications With Reference Attribute Motion Grammars
Posters and Demos
Johannes Mey Technische Universität Dresden, René Schöne Technische Universität Dresden, Ariel Podlubne , Uwe Aßmann TU Dresden, Germany
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Towards Resilient Execution of Adaptation in Decentralized Self-Adaptive Software Systems
Posters and Demos
Daniel Matusek TU Dresden
ML-DEECo: a Machine-Learning-Enabled Framework for Self-organizing Components
Michal Töpfer Charles University, Milad Abdullah Charles University, Martin Kruliš Charles University, Tomas Bures Charles University, Czech Republic, Petr Hnětynka Charles University

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Towards High-Quality Battery Life for Autonomous Mobile Robot Fleets
Akshar Chavan , Marco Brocanelli Wayne State University
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BLOC: Balancing Load with Overload Control In the Microservices Architecture
Ratnadeep Bhattacharya , Timothy Wood George Washington University
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Self-stabilising Priority-Based Multi-Leader Election and Network Partitioning
Danilo Pianini University of Bologna, Roberto Casadei University of Bologna, Italy, Mirko Viroli Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
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Addressing Collective Computations Efficiency: Towards a Platform-level Reinforcement Learning Approach
Gianluca Aguzzi Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, Roberto Casadei University of Bologna, Italy, Mirko Viroli Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
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SHIL: Self-Supervised Hybrid Learning for Security Attack Detection in Containerized Applications
Yuhang Lin North Carolina State University, Olufogorehan Tunde-Onadele North Carolina State University, Xiaohui Gu North Carolina State University, Jingzhu He ShanghaiTech University, Hugo Latapie

Call for Artifacts

Important Dates

Paper Submission Deadline:  	July 7th, 2022
Notification to Authors: 	July 28th, 2022
Camera Ready: 			August 18th, 2022 (extended)

All times in Anywhere on Earth (AoE) timezone.

Artifact Submission

Submission site:

Traditionally, ACSOS only called for research papers. This year, for the first time, we also call for artifacts: software or data, which can be reused by the ACSOS community to evaluate novel approaches or to analyze interesting phenomena. Thus, in particular we solicit the submission of two types of artifacts: multi-agent simulators or comparable software and data sets. Our goal is to establish a collection of reusable evaluation setups and case studies.

For this, artifact submissions need to fulfill the following criteria:

  • The code or data needs to be publicly available for download under an open source license (e.g., on GitHub under GPL).
  • There has to be a readme file with detailed instructions on how to install, run and configure the artifact.
  • If an installation is required, scripts have to be provided, which automate the build and install process.
  • The code should run on all three major platforms (Mac, Win, Linux) either natively or using Docker or a VM.

Alongside the code or data, a short paper summarizing the artifact has to be submitted. This paper has to fulfill the following criteria:

  • Page limit: 2-4 pages
  • The paper has to adhere to the template used for conference papers as it will be published in the proceedings of the conference
  • Besides a summary of the artifact itself, the paper has to point out how it can be reused by the community in the future.

Submitted artifacts will be thoroughly evaluated by multiple reviewers according to the following artifact evaluation process (AEP):

  • Initial Review: Each artifact will be tested by at least three artifact PC members and is evaluated according to the following criteria: operationality (does it work), ease of setup, configurability, quality of documentation, potential for reusability, and quality of code.
  • Artifact revision: Authors will be notified whether their artifact is accepted as is or if minor revisions have to be done prior to publication.
  • Artifact publication: Accepted artifacts will be listed on a special ACSOS artifact website, which shall serve as primary source for case studies and evaluation setups in the future, and the accompanying short papers will be published within the proceedings of the conference.

The key benefit of investing the considerable work required to get an artifact published at ACSOS is the constant reuse of it by the community, which leads to continuously growing citations of the accompanying paper.

Camera Ready Submissions

Camera Ready Submission for Companion Proceedings


STEP 1: Important Dates

  • At least one author per paper must early pay the registration fee by August 5, 2022.
  • Failure to register will result in your paper not being included in the proceedings.
  • Final camera-ready manuscripts must be submitted by August 5, 2022 August 18, 2022.


STEP 2: Page Limits

Your final paper must follow the page limits listed in the following table:


Paper Type

ID prefix

Page Limit

(including References)

Workshop Papers





Doctoral Symposium Abstracts


2 for Text + 1 for Refs

ACSOS-in-Practice Extended Abstracts



Poster/Demo Extended Abstracts



Tutorial/Dialogue Extended Abstracts



Special Event Extended Abstracts



Artifact Papers



Artifact Extended Abstracts




Please note: Extra pages are not accepted.


STEP 3: Formatting Your Paper

  • Submitted abstracts should not exceed 200 words.
  • Final submissions to ACSOS 2022 must be formatted in US-LETTER page size, must use the two-column IEEE conference proceedings format, and must be prepared in PDF format. Microsoft Word and LaTeX templates are available at the IEEE “Author Submission Site” HERE. The templates are available on the left-hand-side tab “Formatting Your Paper”.
  • Please, DO NOT include headers/footers or page numbers in the final submission.


STEP 4: Submitting Your Final Version

  • Once the format of your paper has been verified and validated, you may submit your final version.
  • All papers should be submitted using the submission system provided by IEEE “Author Submission Site” HERE.
  • After you login to the IEEE “Author Submission Site”, please, follow the instructions as you click the “Next” button on the top right corner of the site. Please, enter the following information exactly as appeared on your paper:

1)    Paper ID (ID Code from the above table + Paper ID from EasyChair, e.g., W_eCAS_1234, D_1234, AIP_1234, P_1234, T_1234, SPE_1234, A_1234),

2)    Names of authors, affiliations, countries, E-mail addresses,

3)    Titles, and abstracts.


STEP 5: Submitting a Signed Copyright Release Form

1)    Paper's full title

2)    All authors names

3)    Conference title: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems Companion (ACSOS-C)

4)    Signature (on appropriate line)

  • The signed IEEE Copyright-release Form (eCF) should be submitted together with your camera-ready manuscripts on August 18, 2022.


If you have any questions about the above procedures, please contact the Proceedings Chair Roberto Casadei ( and Gianluca Aguzzi (


Note: Please complete each of the above steps - the conference organizers will not be responsible if your paper is omitted from the proceedings, is not available online on IEEE Xplore, or is subject to additional processing costs, if these steps are not performed.