Recent years have witnessed increasing interest and development in computerised systems and procedures, which exploit the electronic media in order to offer effective and sophisticated solutions to a wide range of real-world applications. Innovation and research development in this rapidly evolving area of eSystems has typically been reported on as part of cognate fields such as, for example: Information and Communications Technology, Computer Science, Systems Science, Social Science and engineering. This conference,on the developments in eSystems Engineering will act as a platform for disseminating and discussing new research findings and ideas in this emerging field. Papers are invited on all aspects of eSystem Engineering, modelling and applications, to be presented at a three day conference in Paphos, Cyprus. Authors will have their submissions reviewed by international experts and accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings published by the Conference Publication Services (CPS) for worldwide presence. The event provides authors with an outstanding opportunity for networking and presenting their work at an international conference. The location offers an especially attractive opportunity for professional discussion, socialising and sightseeing. Suggested topics include but not limited to: eSystems Design and Modelling, eLearning, eSystems and AI, eBusiness and Management, eGovernment systems, development and evaluation, eHealth and eMedicine, eScience and Technology, eEntertainment and Creative Technologies, eSecurity and eForensics, eBuilt Environment, system usability, human factors, reliability issues and eSystem Evaluation.