18-19 May, 2022 | Virtual Conference
Digital Innovation in Applied Informatics during the Pandemic

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Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) is calling for papers for APPLIED INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2022 (AiIC2022), which will be held from 18 to 19 May 2022 as a virtual conference. The submission deadline is 15 November 2021. All accepted papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore Digital Library (pending approval). 

Outstanding papers will stand a chance to win the Best Paper award for AiIC2022. The winner will be rewarded with a special gift and voucher.

Conference participants who are Professional Technologists under MBOT can claim 5 Continuing Professional Development(CPD) hours for participating in the conference (either as presenter or as attendee)new

We would appreciate it if you could forward the CFP [PDF version] [PNG version] and this website to your colleagues and students. We will keep you updated. Do not hesitate to send the AiIC2022 Secretariat email ( should you have any inquiries. 

We look forward to seeing you at AiIC2022. 


We would also like to invite researchers in applied informatics to join us as a reviewer to help uphold the quality of accepted papers. Please express your interest here:




Scientia Professor,
School of Computer Science and Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering, UNSW Sydney.

Scientia Professor Benatallah research focused on  service-oriented computing, software enabled service quality, cloud services, Web service composability and mathematical optimisation techniques for dynamic service composition and synthesis.
His recent work focused on conversational AI enabled services, data curation and quality control in crowdsourcing services. He has over 330 publications, including 270 refereed papers. His research attracted a large amount competitive grant income. 
He has been general and program chair for several prominent conferences. He sits on the steering committees of the International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM) and the International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing (ICSOC) – the two main conferences in his areas of research. He is associate editor of major journals in his area of research, including,International ACM Transactions on Web and IEEE transactions on Services Computing. He was associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing. Benatallah has been a visiting professor at INRIA-LORIA, Claude Bernard University, University of Paris Dauphine, University of Blaise Pascal, and University of Trento (Italy). He held the chaire d’excellence professorial fellowship of Auvergne, France.


National Technology Officer,
Microsoft Malaysia

Dr. Dzahar received an Honors Degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Monash University, Australia in 1985, and completed his PhD in Computer Science in 1988. He awarded the MIT Management Sloan School on AI Implications on Business Strategy certificate in 2020, and has professional certifications in Cyber Security, AI, Big Data, Data Science, Cloud and Computer Architecture. Dr.Dzahar is the National Technology Officer (“NTO”) for Microsoft Malaysia since 2005 and has more than 36 years of professional experience in technology in senior leadership, engineering, research as well as academic roles.

He has been a key contributor in various other national technology roadmaps and frameworks in the areas of Economic Transformation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cyber Security, IoT, Green Technology, Technology Foresight, Interoperability, and others. He is an Adjunct Professor at International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) and member of Industrial Advisory Panels at several other universities.

Dr. Dzahar is passionate about technology and its socio-economic impact. He aspires to contribute towards the nation’s Digital Transformation initiatives.




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