EDAS stands for "EDitor's ASsistant", as an earlier version was used to manage the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking in the 1990s. Today, EDAS is still used to manage journals, although conferences dominate.
- Getting an EDAS account
- Information for authors
- Features and pricing
- Managing a conference or journal with EDAS
- License and payment information
- Wire transfers
- Hints for conference organizers
- Conference video
- System description
- Privacy policies
- Terms of service
- Vulnerability disclosure policy
- License terms for organizers
EDAS has built-in help functionality for authors, reviewers, TPC members and chairs, available through the Help button within EDAS.
EDAS accepts payments for registrations, page charges and service fees via Stripe. All payment data is encrypted and handled securely according to PCI/DSS requirements. Different conferences may use different billing currencies, including USD, CAD, EUR and JPY.
We accept all major credit cards:
Your credit card statement will show EDAS CONF * and the conference name, possibly truncated.
You can follow EDAS developments at our blog.
The EDAS operational status is shown here.
EDAS is a service offered by EDAS Conference Services. You can inquire about EDAS by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use only the EDAS Help menu, not email, to ask EDAS-related questions once you have set up an account.
The offices of EDAS Conference Services LLC are located at 313 Westview Ave, Leonia, NJ 07605. Our DUNS code is 968744537. From 9 am to 5 pm Eastern Time (United States), the company can be reached at +1 201 676-4843. We encourage users to send support requests using the EDAS Help function or by email.
Unsere deutsche Geschäftsaddresse ist Henning Schulz-Rinne, Brauweilerweg 18, 50321 Brühl, Deutschland.
Our German business address is Henning Schulz-Rinne, Brauweilerweg 18, 50321 Brühl.