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FAIEMA 2023 welcomes all participants to Athens on 25th-26th September

Authors of accepted papers will be allocated a time slot of 20 minutes that includes a 15-minute presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A.
SCHEDULE (download)

Room 1: "Ioannis Drakopoulos" Amphitheatre, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The “Ioannis Drakopoulos” Amphitheatre, the old “Medicine School Amphitheatre”, is located in the Main Building of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Propylaea (Panepistimiou St. 30).
Room 2: "Kostis Palamas" Hall, National and the Kapodistrian University of Athens. The Hall is located in the neo-classical building (Akadimias 48) that was erected in 1857 and named after the famous Greek poet Kostis Palamas, who acted as General Secretary of the University (1897-1928).  It was renovated in 1981 and in 1985, the building’s current function was inaugurated to house the University Community Hall.



14th August UPDATES (NEW)

> Participants with papers from a partner institute of NORA – Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium ( may be eligible for support of upto NOK 4000. Interested participants are requested to contact prior to the 28th of August 2023.



>Authors with paper notification status as "Accepted" needs to perform the following steps. 

> The camera-ready version of their paper may address the comments received through the review process (if relevant). Authors also need to follow the "INSTRUCTION FOR CAMERA READY VERSION OF ACCEPTED PAPERS**" as stated below.

> Attach the source document for your paper. The source document is the editable version of your paper. The source document can be Word OR Latex. If it is a Word document please upload just the .doc, .docx, OR .odt file. If it Latex document, please ZIP and upload your .tex file along with all images and/or other assets. Only file formats doc, docx, odt, and zip are supported

> A signed "Licence to Publish Proceedings Papers" document must be included along with the Camera Ready. Can be downloaded here. Corresponding authors of accepted papers must download it, fill in the required information and sign it manually or electronically and upload it as a pdf, and upload it. A new option to do the same is available in easychair. 


> Navigate to their easychair submission link ​

  1.  Login to the easy-chair

  2. Choose the role of "Author" for FAIEMA 2023

  3. Click on the View for your paper

  4. On the top right corner Click on "Add or update files"

  5. Upload Two files (Camera Ready version and Publishing license document). Both files should be as PDFs. 


> Accepted papers with a number of pages more than 13 pages must register as Full Paper and purchase additional pages. Purchase of a maximum of two additional pages is permitted totaling 15 pages. Accepted papers beyond 15 pages must reduce the number of pages to 15 or less.

> Accepted papers with a number of pages more than 6 pages but less than or equal to 13 pages must be registered as Full Paper

> Accepted papers with a number of pages less than or equal to 6 pages must be registered as Short Paper

> Accepted Camera Ready Papers must not exceed the total number of pages as submitted during the review. More details about Camera Ready and the submission link will be posted soon!

> Submissions made until 19th July 2023 23:59 CET receives evaluation notification on 3rd August 2023.

> For any questions please send an email to Jayachander Surbiryala at


> Authors of Accepted Papers and Participants must register themselves at:

> Navigate the links specified above. Log in if not already done so.

> Click the start registration link

> Choose to Register yourself or Register a new person depending on your needs

> Fill in all the necessary information and pay the relevant fees

> For any questions please send an email to Jayachander Surbiryala at


> Authors and Participants traveling from outside the European Union who may need an invitation letter for their VISA application, must at the earliest contact: Dr. Michalis Skarpetis at


> Authors and Participants are encouraged to find their accommodation directly near the conference venue or another location with proper connectivity.

>  Alternatively, you may also contact  Mrs. Areti Georgakaki at the traveling agency “Hellenic Ferry Services S.A.” (e-mail:, Tel.:+30-2610-340888), who will help in finding accommodation. Please mention that you contact her on behalf of the conference FAIEMA 2023. 

> Due to limited hotel availability in September, authors and participants are requested to find and book their accommodation at the earliest.

> You may also reach out to Dr. Michalis Skarpetis at regarding information about the city, the venue, etc if required.


1st International Conference on Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Multidisciplinary Applications; 25th - 26th September 2023; Athens, Greece.


Join us for the 1st International Conference on Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Multidisciplinary Applications (FAIEMA 2023) in Athens, Greece, scheduled for 25th – 26th September 2023 as an in-person conference. FAIEMA 2023 will provide a platform for researchers, leaders, decision-makers, and policymakers to share their research and insights on the forefronts of AI. This conference is a response to the growing need among those working on artificial intelligence in academia, business and industry, and the public sector to explore opportunities in this constantly evolving field.



Accepted papers will be published as an edited book volume with the Springer book series: Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Multidisciplinary Applications (Electronic ISSN 2731-8133, Print ISSN 2731-8125), subject to the peer-review process of conference organizers and Springer.  Extended versions of high-quality papers would be invited to be published as a special issue on Artificial Intelligence in the International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management (Electronic ISSN 0976-4348, Print ISSN 0975-6809). Published volumes would be indexed with Springer and SpringerNature. Additionally, indexing through IEEE Xplore, DBLP, Google Scholar, EI-Compendex,  SCImago, and Scopus is explored.

We invite submissions of full research papers, conceptual papers, and short papers for the conference proceedings. We welcome articles on the following topics, but not limited to:  

  • Advances in AI – NLP, Vision, Voice, and Self-taught AI Systems

  • Soft Computing and Evolutionary Computing;

  • NeuroEvolutionary Techniques;

  • Innovations in AI methods, techniques, and algorithms;  

  • Explainable AI;  

  • AI and Robotics;

  • AI and Automatic Control; 

  • AI and Cloud;

  • AI and IoT;

  • Intelligent Engineering Systems, Expert Systems;

  • Knowledge-Based Systems;

  • Ethical use of AI;  

  • Guiding the Development of Human-Friendly AI;

  • Exploring human well-being through AI;  

  • AI for competitive advantage;  

  • AI applications – Health, Energy, Manufacturing, Education, Digital Humanities, and Others;

  • AI applications for business solutions, governance, education, economic planning, and legal solutions;  


  • Research Track: The research track invites both full-length research papers and short​ conceptual papers.

  • Ph.D. Symposium Track: The Ph.D. symposium track invites Ph.D. students to submit their planned or ongoing research as short or full-length papers. 

  • Industrial Track: Industrial sessions are planned as invited talks and tutorials from experts in the Industry. There is no paper submission under this track. If you have industrial work as a paper, kindly submit it under the "Research Track". If you are interested hold a Exhibit, Tutorial, or Talk under the Conference, kindly contact us via the "Contact Us" form.

Papers submitted to the conference will undergo a thorough peer review process. Accepted papers would be published in the conference proceedings. Authors would be invited to present their papers at the conference. 

Guidelines for Submission:

Papers submitted to the conference proceedings must follow the Springer Lecture Notes on Computer Science template (LNCS format). You may read about the formatting guidelines here. A full paper is expected to be less than 14 pages. Pages beyond the specified limit will have additional charges. See the "Registration" section. A short paper can have a maximum of 6 pages. The page limit for all papers includes references. A page is considered to have a maximum of 550 words.

Below, we have listed templates for a proceeding paper for Latex and MSWord word processors.

The papers will undergo a single-blind peer review process to ensure that they do not contain any instances of plagiarism and have not been simultaneously submitted to any other conference (i.e., multiple submissions). At least three reviewers would be engaged per paper.

Authors should be transparent about the use of AI tools like ChatGPT in their works. We follow the COPE guidelines for the use of AI tools. Furthermore, authors are also expected to follow certain ethical principles when submitting their work. Read more about the prescribed ethical responsibilities of authors set forth by Springer

Submission Link


Registration Open: 1st August

FAIEMA 2023 Registation
Cost (in EUROS)
Author Registration (with full-length paper)+
Extra Page for each page beyond 13 pages
Author Registration (with short paper)+
Participation Registration before 15th August (without paper)
Participation Registration after 15th August (without paper)

+  All accepted papers must have at least one author registered as "with paper". A paper with more than one author, the remaining authors attending the conference, can register as "without paper"
Additional accepted papers from the exact same set of authors may request exemption from registration fees for the remaining papers.
Authors of accepted papers would also be presented with options for publishing as Open Access.

NOTE 1: All registrations include access to planned coffee breaks, lunch, and the conference dinner
NOTE 2: Students submitting to the Ph.D. Symposium Track with exeptional papers may request for to have their registration fees waived.
NOTE 3: All papers including full-length, short and Ph.D. symposium papers would be included in the proceedings.


Steering Committee: 

  • Dr. Antorweep Chakravorty; Associate Professor, University of Stavanger, Norway (Chair)

  • Dr. Michael Riegler; Chief Research Scientist hos Simula Metropolitan Center for Digital Engineering, Norway

  • Dr. Pushpak Bhattacharyya; Professor, Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay, India

  • Dr. N. (Nishant) Saurabh, Assistant Professor, Utrecht University, Netherland

  • Sachin Gaur; Research Co-Ordinator, Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Consortium (NORA), Norway

Organization Committee:​

  • General Chair: Dr. Michael Riegler; Chief Research Scientist hos Simula Metropolitan Center for Digital Engineering, Norway

  • Local Co-Chair: 

    • Dr. Maria Tzamtzi; Professor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

    • Dr. Dimitrios Pavlou; Professor, University of Stavanger, Norway

  • Program Committee Co-Chair:

    • Dr. Klaus Schöffmann; Associate Professor, Klagenfurt University, Austria

    • Dr. Pushpak Bhattacharyya; Professor, Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay, India

  • Research Track Co-Chair:  

    • Dr. Nikolaos Kouvakas; Associate Professor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

    • Dr. Jayachander Surbiryala; Engineer, University of Stavanger, Norway

  • Ph.D. Symposium Co-Chair:

    • Dr. George Panagiotakis; Assistant Professor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

    • Neel Kanwal; Ph.D. Student, University of Stavanger, Norway

    • Arezo Shakeri, Ph.D. Student, University of Stavanger, Norway

  • Industrial Track Co-Chair:  

    • Dr. Bikash Agrawal; Head of Research and Development, Simplifai AS, Norway

    • Abhishek Thakur; 1st 4x Kaggle Grandmaster; Open-Source Researcher, Hugging Face, USA

  • Proceeding Co-Chair:

    • Dr. Ajit Kumar Verma; Professor, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

    • Dr. Mina Farmanbar; Associate Professor, University of Stavanger, Norway

  • Publicity Chair: Dr. Michalis Skarpetis; Associate Professor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece


Technical Program Committee:​

  •   Ashwin Viswanathan Kannan, Ph.D; Amazon Labs; CA, USA

  •   Radu Prodan; University of Klagenfurt; Austria

  •   Ilianna Kollia; National Technical University of Athens; Greece

  •   Efthimis Vaiopoulos; AI Catalyst; Greece

  •   Mario Taschwer; Klagenfurt University; Austria

  •   George Chamilothoris; University of West Attica; Greece

  •   Thanasis Papaioannou; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Greece

  •   Konstantinos Touloupas; AI Catalyst; Greece

  •   Sahar Nasirihaghighi; Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt; Austria

  •   Mario Doeller; FH Kufstein Tirol; Austria

  •   Stefanos Kollias; National Technical University of Athens; Greece

  •   Bernhard Rinner; Klagenfurt University; Austria

  •   Agis Georgiou; AI Catalyst; Greece

  •   Fadi Shehadeh; National Technical University of Athens; Greece

  •   Murat Ozbayoglu; TOBB University of Economics and Technology; Turkey

  •   Nikolay Nikolov; SINTEF; Norway

  •   Ferhat Ozgur Catak; University of Stavanger; Norway

  •   Abhimanyu Mukerji; Amazon; USA

  •   Christos Papatheodorou;  National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Greece

  •   Demetris Gerogiannis; AI Catalyst; Greece

  •   George Stavrakakis; Technical University of Crete; Greece

  •   Guido Bologna; University of Applied Science of Western Switzerland; Switzerland

  •   Hadi Amirpourazarian; University of Klagenfurt; Austria

  •   Stefanos Vrochidis; Information Technologies Institute; Greece

  •   Fatma Gündoğdu; 

  •   Christian Beecks; University of Hagen; Germany

  •   Christoforos Economakos; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Greece

  •   George Fragulis; University of Western Macedonia; Greece

  •   Jungwon Seo; University of Stavanger; Norway

  •   Dragi Kimovski; University of Klagenfurt; Austria

  •   Georgios Alexandridis; National & Kapodistrian University of Athens; Greece

  •   Paul Sotiriadis; National Technical University of Athens; Greece

  •   Dimitrios Fragkoulis; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Greece


Prof. Dr. Fotis N. Koumboulis

Professor of Robotics and Industrial Automation; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece


Prof. Dr. Nalinaksh Vyas

Chairman -  Technology Mission for Indian Railways (TMIR); Ministry of Railways, India

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Prof. Dr. Tomasz Wiktorski

Data Operations Manager; Aker BP ASA, Norway


Ulysse Côté-Allard

Co-Founder and CEO at SiFi Labs; Associate Professor of Cybernetics and Autonomous Systems, University of Oslo, Norway


Marianne Lie Howard

Director - Technology Law;

Deloitte, Norway

Industrial Talks
Prof. Dr. Stefanos Kollias, Professor of National Technical University of Athens, GRNET Chairman, Advisory Board Member AI Catalyst; Greece
Topic: Artificial Intelligence and the Greek Innovation Ecosystem
Mr. Dimitrios Botsis, UniSystems; Greece
Topic: AI-Driven Predictive Maintenance: Enhancing Reliability and Productivity in Industry 4.0
Georgios Karamanolis, Co-Founder & CTO/CIO, Crowdpolicy & FintelioX; Greece
Topic: AI Journey in Greece, ecosystem, challenges and opportunities
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