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DAIS 2024 - 24th International Conference on Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems

DAIS 2024 is one of the three conferences of DisCoTec 2024.


The DAIS conference series addresses all practical and conceptual aspects of distributed applications, including their design, modeling, implementation and operation, the supporting middleware, appropriate software engineering methodologies and tools, as well as experimental studies and applications. Submissions will be judged on their originality, significance, clarity, relevance, and technical correctness.

The topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to:

Novel and innovative distributed applications and systems, particularly in the areas of

Novel architectures and mechanisms, particularly in the areas of

System issues and design goals, including

Keynote speakers

DAIS Accepted Papers

Regular papers

Short papers

Submission dates

Deadlines expire at 23:59 anywhere on earth on the dates displayed above.

Submission and Publication

All papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted for publication elsewhere. DAIS 2024 offers three submission tracks:

Contributions should be submitted electronically as PDF, using the Springer LNCS style to the conference submission website. Each paper will undergo a thorough process of peer reviews by the Program Committee. Reviewing is single-blind: author name(s) should appear.


All papers accepted in any of the conference tracks will be included in the conference proceedings, which will be published by Springer-Verlag in LNCS-IFIP volumes.

Artefact Submission

To improve the reproducibility of results and to increase the visibility of prototypes and tools produced by our community, authors of accepted papers (full papers, experience reports, WiP papers) will be invited to submit publicly available artefacts associated with their paper for evaluation. Based on the result of the evaluation, the paper may be awarded with badges. Artefact submission is optional and the result of the artefact evaluation will not alter the paper’s acceptance decision. Detailed guidelines for the preparation and submission of the artefacts will be made available to authors.


Following ACM’s definition, an artefact is “a digital object that was either created by the authors to be used as part of the study or generated by the experiment itself. For example, artifacts can be software systems, scripts used to run experiments, input datasets, raw data collected in the experiment, or scripts used to analyze results”.

To improve and reward reproducibility and to give more visibility and credit to the effort of tool developers in the DAIS community, authors of submitted papers are invited to submit publicly available artefacts (using permanent repositories such as Software Heritage, Zenodo, etc.), which will be associated with their paper for evaluation. Based on the result of the artefact evaluation, one or more badges may be applied to a paper. Specifically, DAIS uses the EAPLS badging scheme), which in its own turn is based on and consistent with the ACM initiative.

Artefact submission is mandatory for tool papers and the result of the artefact evaluation will be considered in the tool paper’s acceptance decision. Instead, artefact submission is optional for all the other paper categories and the result of the artefact evaluation will not affect the paper’s acceptance decision but may affect the best paper selection.

Dates (AoE):

Detailed information on artefact submission and evaluation is available here.

Program committee chairs

Program committee

Artefact Evaluation Committee

Steering committee

Sponsors & Supporters

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