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29–31 December 2018 2018 The 6th International Conference on Information Technology: IoT and Smart City (ICIT 2018)
14–17 March 2019 The 2nd International Conference on Information and Computer Technologies (ICICT 2019)
University of Hawaii Maui College, USA
15–17 March 2019 2019 International Conference on Advances in Computer Technology, Information Science and Communications (CTISC 2019)
2019 International Conference on Advances in Computer Technology, Information Science and Communications (CTISC 2019) will be held during March 15-17 in Xiamen, China. CTISC 2019 is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Computer Technology, Information Science and Communications to a common forum.
CTISC 2019, organized by International Association of Applied Science and Engineering (IAASE), aims to bring together researchers, engineers, developers and practitioners from academia and industry working in all major areas and interdisciplinary areas of Computer Technology, Information Science and Communications. The conference will feature original research and application papers on the theory, design and implementation of Computer Technology, Information Science and Communications.The Keynote speakers of the conference are:
Prof. Guo Song, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Prof. Shigeo Akashi, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Prof.Ah-Hwee Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Prof. ook lee, Hanyang University, Korea
Prof. Chuan-Ming Liu, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
11–13 June 2019 The 2019 International Conference on Big Data Engineering (BDE 2019)
29 July–1 August 2019 VFIA’2019: International Workshop on Vehicular Networks over Future Internet Architecture
In conjunction with 28th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN – 2019)
International Workshop on Vehicular Networks over Future Internet Architecture will be held In conjunction with 28th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN – 2019) towards the following topic:
- Wireless Vehicular Networking and Internet of Vehicles
- Vehicular Named Data Networking
- Software-Defined Intelligent Transportation Systems.
- Inter-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-X communications architectures and algorithms over NDN, and SDN.
- Security, privacy, and trust in Vehicular Networks over NDN and SDN.
- NDN-enabled 5G-IoV.
- Cross-layer protocol design.
- M2M communications over NDN and SDN-based Vehicular Networks.
- Blockchain-based reliable vehicular communication.
- Multimedia communications in Vehicular Networks over NDN and SDN.
- Performance, scalability, reliability and efficiency of Vehicular Networks communications over NDN and SDN.
- Testbeds and validation.
The workshop is soliciting original technical papers addressing the main research challenges in the Internet of Vehicles and its applications over future Internet. VFIA Workshop is expecting the authors to discuss new findings and results on the above topics.
11–13 December 2018 The 7th International Symposium on Security and Privacy on Internet of Things
10–12 December 2018 The 9th International Conference on Cyber Security and Communication Systems (ICCSCS -9)
The 9th International Conference on Cyber Security and Communication Systems (ICCSCS 2018) will be held in Melbourne, Australia from 10th to 12th December 2018. The ICCSCS Conference is two conferences in one consisting of the International Conference on Broadband Communications (IB2COM conference), Cybersecurity, and Cyberforensics Conference (CCC) to form International Conference on Cyber Security and Communication Systems. The conference aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners in the world working on Cyber Security and communication technologies, including data communication networking, Intrusion Detection System, optical communication systems, security and cryptography. The purpose of these conferences is to investigate the current research trends and help the stakeholders in industry and academia to better understand challenges, recent advances, and potential research directions in the developing field of security. ICCSCS 2018 invites researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, government, and accepts original, previously unpublished work.
Please see http://iccscs.org/committee
A/Prof. Johnson Agbinya, Melbourne Institute Technology, Australia
Dr. Ameer Al-Nemrat, University of East London, UK
A/Prof. Mamoun Alazab, Charles Darwin University, Australia
Dr. Ammar Alazab and Dr. Imran Ali Jokio, Melbourne Institute Technology
15–16 November 2018 Central European Cybersecurity Conference 2018
12–14 October 2018 11th International Conference on Computer and Electrical Engineering 2018
25–28 June 2018 The 14th International Conference on Intelligent Environments - IE '18
21–26 April 2018 Meet Us at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018) (Booth # 312), Montreal, Canada, 21-26 April 2018
We will be attending the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018). The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. For first-time attendees, CHI is a place where researchers and practitioners gather from across the world to discuss the latest in interactive technology. We are a multicultural community from highly diverse backgrounds who together investigate new and creative ways for people to interact.
Representatives of the following open access journals will attend:
If you will also attend this conference, please feel free to stop by our booth (Booth # 312). Our delegates look forward to meeting you in person to answer any questions you may have. For more information about the conference, please visit:
20–22 December 2017 International Conference on Big Data and Internet of Thing (BDIOT2017)
3–6 July 2017 The 17th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2017) on the journal website https://www.mdpi.com/journal/futureinternet. Confer
8–10 October 2014 1st International Workshop on Relay Multi-Hop Communications in 5G Cellular Networks (ReMCell 2014)
In conjunction with The 10th International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WiMob 2014).
Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
- Distributed power and interference management
- Energy-harvesting aware protocols in multi-hop relaying networks
- Distributed Radio Resource Management and Scheduling
- Relay selection and maintenance under mobility
- Recent advances in 3GPP Release-12 standardization related to network relaying
- Device-initiated versus infrastructure-coordinated link establishment
- Distributed Cognitive and Cooperative Radio
- Mobility, traffic and channel models for multi-hop relaying in cellular networks
- Distributed Forward Error Correction algorithms
- Inter-Radio Access Technologies interfacing
- MAC mechanisms and algorithms for distributed multi-hop relaying in cellular networks
- Security, confidentiality and reliability of information
- Routing protocols in multi-hop relaying networks
- Load Balancing with and without infrastructure
- Relay networking for public safety communications
- Social networks and general applications in relay networking for cellular networks
- Business models for relay networking in cellular networks
24–26 September 2014 The 1st International Workshop on the Emerging Future Internet and Network Security (EFINS 2014) in conjunction with the 13th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications
The International Workshop on the Emerging Future Internet and Network Security is intended to bring forth the recent advancements in these areas; it invites original contributions on emerging internetworking and communication models with an emphasis on Security, Privacy and Trust in issues in these models. Topics of interest includes but not limited to:
- Accountability verses anonymity and privacy
- Application level trust, privacy and security
- Architectures related to trust, privacy and security
- Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) for future networks
- Cross-layer security
- Key management issue and solutions
- Identity management
- Privacy, anonymity and traceability
- Threat and vulnerability analysis for future networks
- Trust technologies, technologies for building trust in future networks
23–24 June 2014 Cyberforensics 2014, International Conference on Cybercrime, Security & Digital Forensics
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Cybercrime covers the use of any computer or computer network for crime and ranges from financial scams, computer hacking, distribution of pornography, virus attacks, and information theft. Such activities are increasingly common, may originate in any country, and target individuals or organisations in any other Internet-linked location.
Security encompasses all aspects of policy, technical measures and other precautions that seek to protect systems, services and data within an organisation or home context.
Digital forensics is the application of analysis and investigation techniques to determine the presence and nature of computer (or technology) based criminal activity.
16–17 May 2014 Android Developer Days
The first International Workshop on Archiving Community Memories aims at promoting and discussing approaches, technologies and issues in preserving Web and Social Web content for building community memories. For this purpose it’s intended to bring together communities involved or interested in Web archiving. We also explicitly encourage a closer dialogue between the technical oriented communities with people from Web archival and application communities as well as cultural heritage institutions in general in order to approach the topic from all relevant angles and perspectives.
2–6 September 2013 The Sixth International Workshop on Digital Forensics (WSDF 2013)
Digital forensics is a rapidly evolving field primarily focused on the extraction, preservation and analysis of digital evidence obtained from electronic devices in a manner that is legally acceptable. Research into new methodologies tools and techniques within this domain is necessitated by an ever-increasing dependency on tightly interconnected, complex and pervasive computer systems and networks. The ubiquitous nature of our digital lifestyle presents many avenues for the potential misuse of electronic devices in crimes that directly involve, or are facilitated by, these technologies. The aim of digital forensics is to produce outputs that can help investigators ascertain the overall state of a system. This includes any events that have occurred within the system and entities that have interacted with that system. Due care has to be taken in the identification, collection, archiving, maintenance, handling and analysis of digital evidence in order to prevent damage to data integrity. Such issues combined with the constant evolution of technology provide a large scope of digital forensic research. WSDF aims to bring together experts from academia, industry, government and law enforcement who are interested in advancing the state of the art in digital forensics by exchanging their knowledge, results, ideas and experiences.
The aim of the workshop is to provide a relaxed atmosphere that promotes discussion and free exchange of ideas while providing a sound academic backing. The focus of this workshop is not only restricted to digital forensics in the investigation of crime. It also addresses security applications such as automated log analysis, forensic aspects of fraud prevention and investigation, policy and governance.
3–4 December 2012 The 7th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization
Luxembourg city, Luxembourg
Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP) workshop is the evolution of the Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization initiative, which was founded during the summer of 2006 in an effort to discuss the state of the art, recent advances and future perspectives for semantic media adaptation and personalization.
As social media applications have substantially transformed the way organizations, communities, and individuals interact, the scopes of the workshop are now extended towards this new trend, seeking to bring together researchers from the social web as well as from the semantic web communities, under the umbrella of the media adaptation and personalization domain.
24–26 October 2012 The Second International Conference on Green Communications and Networking
Global warming and climate change have been a growing worldwide concern. Six sources, i.e., transportation, power, buildings, industry, agriculture and forestry, and land use, have been identified as major contributors to the rise of global carbon dioxide (CO2). The mobile industry is seen as a potential enabler to reduce greenhouse gases contributed by these six sources provided that appropriate measures are implemented. On the other hand, the mobile industry itself will also contribute to CO2 emission through network operations, mobile equipments, etc. To meet the requirement of low-carbon economy development, it is necessary to reduce the operation expenditure or energy consumption of mobile networks, while maintaining acceptable quality of service. This conference will explore and explain the scope and challenges of designing, building, and deploying GreenNets. In this regard, the conference aims to establish a forum to bring together research professionals from diverse fields including green mobile networks, system architectures, networking & communication protocols, applications, test-bed and prototype, traffic balance and energy-efficient cooperation transmission, system and application issues related to GreeNets.
8–10 October 2012 2nd International Workshop on Vehicular Communications and Networking
19–21 September 2012 Sixth IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing
The Sixth IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC2012) continues to foster the growth of a new research community. The conference builds on the success of the past ICSC conferences as an international forum for researchers and practitioners to present research that advances the state of the art and practice of Semantic Computing, as well as identifying emerging research topics and defining the future of the field. The event is located in Palermo, Italy on the Piazza borsa hotel. The technical program of ICSC2012 includes workshops, invited keynotes, paper presentations, panel discussions, industrial “show and tells”, demonstrations, and more. Submissions of high-quality papers describing mature results or on-going work are invited.
The main goal of the conference is to foster the dialog between experts in each sub-discipline. Therefore we especially encourage submissions of work that is interesting to multiple areas, such as multimodal approaches.
16–21 September 2012 Workshop & Tutorial Bitcoin
Bitcoin is a form of electronic money whose core properties root in stochastic replication consistency. The algorithm is completely decentralized and operates in a peer-to-peer environment. As a project, Bitcoin is an Open Source activity with contributions according to the crowd sourcing model.
The concept raises a number of challenging technical, economical, legal and architectural issues, which combine questions from the area of stochastic algorithms, replication consis-tency, cryptography, data protection and security, privacy enhancement and network analy-sis. The concept which is used in Bitcoin for electronic money may also be used for other decentralized, weakly-consistent, replicated registries, such as name services.
11–14 September 2012 2nd Workshop on Security of Systems & Software resiLiency
The 3SL workshop aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners working in the areas of system security and dependability in relation with the Internet of the things so as to present original results and innovative applications during a half-day workshop taking place in conjunction with iThings'12, GreenCom'12, CPSCom 2012.
Topics of interest include (but are not restricted to):
- Security and dependability in the Internet of the things
- Security and distributed software
- Security of large-scale infrastructures
- Security in embedded systems
- Security and operating systems
- Security and programming languages
- Security of transactions
- Security policies and access control
- Trust and middleware
- Intrusion and anomaly detection
- Dependability assessment, test and validation
- Certification models for dependable systems
- Evaluation and measure of dependability properties
- Visualization of security
6 August 2012 The 2nd USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet-FOCI '12
Bellevue, WA, USA
The 2nd USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet (FOCI '12) seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners from technology, law, and policy who are working on means to study, detect, or circumvent practices that inhibit free and open communications on the Internet.
The Internet offers great promise for improving the communication capabilities of citizens, but our increasing dependence on networked communications also makes it easier for organizations to control, monitor, and block communications. ISPs and governments routinely restrict access to Internet content and services, either by censoring access to information or by degrading the performance of services or blocking them entirely. Similarly, ISPs can degrade network performance for certain sets of users for some or all services, for arbitrary purposes. ISPs have been found to block or throttle certain application traffic routinely. This growing trend toward blocking, tampering, or otherwise restricting communications on the Internet calls for improved techniques both for monitoring the state of restrictions on Internet content and communications, in order to inform users, and for circumventing attempts to censor, degrade, or otherwise tamper with Internet communications.
18–21 June 2012 The 12th International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA 2012)
Salvador de Bahia, Brazil
ICCSA 2012 will be the next event in a series of highly successful International Conferences on Computational Science and Its Applications (ICCSA), previously held in Santander, Spain (2011), Fukuoka, Japan (2010), Suwon, Korea (2009), Perugia, Italy (2008), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2007), Glasgow, UK (2006), Singapore (2005), Assisi, Italy (2004), Montreal, Canada (2003), and (as ICCS) Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2002) and San Francisco, USA (2001).
Computational Science is a main pillar of most of the present research, industrial and commercial activities and plays a unique role in exploiting Information and Communication Technologies as innovative technologies.
The ICCSA Conference offers a real opportunity to discuss new issues, tackle complex problems and find advanced enabling solutions able to shape new trends in Computational Science.
The present ICCSA event, organized for the first time in Southern America, is aimed at contributing to the scientific advance of Computational Science in the whole continent and in Brazil in particular.
10–13 June 2012 ESCIS 2012
ECIS is considered the premier information systems event in the European region and provides a platform for panel discussions and the presentation of peer-reviewed academic research. All submissions are double-blind reviewed and recent acceptance rates have been roughly 30% range. The electronic version of the conference proceedings (1993-2008-excluding 1995 and 1998) and full citations (1993-2008) are available publicly.
The first ECIS conference took place in 1993 in Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom. This year, the 20th European Conference on Information Systems will be celebrated at ESADE in Barcelona Spain. We look forward to a celebration of 20 years of outstanding IS scholarship in Barcelona on June 10-13, 2012.
The conference will be preceded by the Doctoral Consortium, planned to be held from Friday to Sunday. Sunday evening will mark the official start with the Welcome Reception that will be held on Sunday Evening. However, we must note that these dates are provisional and subject to change by the organizing committee.
27–28 May 2012 First International Workshop on Finance and Economics on the Semantic Web (FEOSW 2012)
The workshop aims at bringing together researchers from several disciplines such as economics, finance, financial data management, politics and their relationship with Computer Science with a common interest in new investigations related to the field of finance, economics and their appliance to the Web and Semantics.
18–20 April 2012 Med-e-Tel: The International eHealth, Telemedicine and Health ICT Forum for Education, Networking and Business
Med-e-Tel is an official event of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH), THE international federation of national associations who represent their country's Telemedicine and eHealth stakeholders.
The ISfTeH exists to facilitate the international dissemination of knowledge and experience in Telemedicine and eHealth, to provide access to recognized experts in the field worldwide, and to offer unprecedented networking opportunities. Med-e-Tel is one of the instruments that help the ISfTeH to realize this mission.
14 April 2012 Theorizing The Web
College Park, Maryland, USA
6–8 February 2012 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Interoperability - IWSI 2012
The Semantic Web would be an evolving extension of current Web model (referred as Syntactic Web) that introduces a semantic layer in which semantics, or meaning of information are formally defined. Semantics should integrate web-centric standard information infrastructures improving several aspects of interaction among heterogeneous systems: semantic interoperability would improve common interoperability models (basic and functional interoperability) introducing the interpretation of means of data. Semantic interoperability is a concretely applicable interaction model under the assumption of adopting rich data models (commonly called Ontology) composed of concepts within a domain and the relationships among those concepts.
Semantic technologies are partially inverting the common view at actor intelligence: intelligence is not implemented (only) by actors but it is implicitly resident in the knowledge model. In other words, schemas contain information and the "code" to interpretate it. The aim of this Workshop is promoting an open international discussion among researchers from both academia and industry about Semantic Interoperability (and related issues) as well as the selection of a restricted number of high-quality selected papers about interest topics.
26–29 October 2011 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Sensor Web - SSW 2011
Sensor Web is commonly defined as: "Web-accessible sensor networks and archived sensor data that can be discovered and accessed using standard protocols and application interfaces". Sensor Web is a progressive concept that, at the moment, is limited mainly by the lack of standardization.
Semantic Sensor Web would be an evolving extension of Sensor Web that introduces a semantic layer in which semantics, or meaning of information are formally defined. Semantics should integrate web-centric standard information infrastructures improving the capabilities of collecting, retrieving, sharing, manipulating and analyzing sensor data (or associate phenomena) as well as potential interoperability between systems through semantic interactions.
The aim of Workshop is promoting an open international discussion between researchers from both academia and industry about Semantic Sensor Web (and related issues) as well as the selection of a restricted number of high-quality selected papers about interest topics.
10–13 October 2011 12th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR): Internet Research 12.0 - Performance and Participation
Renaissance Hotel, Seattle, Washington, USA
People perform identities, worry about economic performance, expect better performance from technologies, and feel pressure to perform as employees or in other roles in life. We observe or participate in artistic performances, ritual performances, and the performance of experiments. Join us in considerations, analyses, and celebrations of the many types of performance and participation online and in blended online/offline contexts. We look forward to creative articulations of the many meanings of the term performance and to the many ways of considering types of participation.
To this end, we call for papers, panel and pre-conference workshop proposals from any discipline, methodology, community or a combination of them that address the conference themes, including, but not limited to, papers that intersect and/or interconnect with the following:
- Creative performances and digital arts
- Participatory culture and participatory design
- Critical performance and political participation
- Identity performance
- Exclusion from participation
- Economic performance of Internet-related industries
- Game performance
- Performance expectations (as workers, citizens, etc.)
- Ritual performances and communal participation
Sessions at the conference will be established that specifically address the conference themes, and we welcome innovative, exciting, and unexpected takes on those themes. We also welcome submissions on topics that address social, cultural, political, legal, aesthetic, economic, and/or philosophical aspects of the Internet beyond the conference themes. In all cases, we welcome disciplinary and interdisciplinary submissions as well as international collaborations from both AoIR and non-AoIR members. We particularly invite proposals from scholars in the areas of digital arts and digital humanities.
6–9 September 2011 Fourth International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications
Glyndwr University, North Wales, UK
The fourth in a hugely successful series of biennial international conferences on Internet Technologies and Applications (ITA 11), will be held in Wrexham, North East Wales, UK from Tuesday 6th to Friday 9th September 2011. The conference will draw together researchers and developers from academia and industry across all fields of Internet computing and engineering. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. There will be an award for best paper' and selected papers will be included in a book published by Brown Walker Press. In addition to a full technical programme, including keynote presentations, papers, posters, tutorials and special sessions, the social itinerary will include a visit to the historic English city of Chester and a mediaeval Welsh banquet at Ruthin Castle. ITA 11 is also supported by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) UK and Republic of Ireland Section, the Chester and North Wales Branch of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Wales North Branch of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), British Telecom iNet (BT iNet) and IT Wales.< /p>
24–28 July 2011 34th Annual ACM SIGIR Conference 2011
SIGIR is the major international forum for the presentation of new research results and for the demonstration of new systems and techniques in the broad field of information retrieval (IR). The Conference and Program Chairs invite all those working in areas related to IR to submit original papers, posters, and proposals for tutorials, workshops, and demonstrations of systems. SIGIR 2011 welcomes contributions related to any aspect of IR theory and foundation, techniques, and applications. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
- Document Representation and Content Analysis
- Queries and Query Analysis
- Users and Interactive IR
- Retrieval Models and Ranking
- Search Engine Architectures and Scalability
- Filtering and Recommending
- Web IR and Social Media Search
- IR and Structured Data
- Multimedia IR
- Other Applications
To maintain a reasonable acceptance rate in the face of growing numbers of submissions, SIGIR 2011 will be exploring alternative presentations for full papers. For example, depending on the number of accepted full papers, the program committee may select some of those papers to be presented as posters in a special track according to the nature of the paper. This would be different than the poster session for the “late-breaking” research ideas, which will continue as in previous years.
- 17 Jan 2011 : Abstracts for full research papers due
- 24 Jan 2011 : Full research paper submissions due
- 28 Jan 2011 : Workshop proposals due
- 11 Feb 2011 : Posters, demonstration, and tutorial proposals due
- 5 Mar 2011 : Notification of workshop acceptances
- 7 Mar 2011 : Doctoral consortium proposals due
- 8 Apr 2011 : All other acceptance notification
19–24 June 2011 Internet 2011 - The Third International Conference on Evolving Internet
The INTERNET 2011 conference deals with challenges raised by evolving Internet making use of the progress in different advanced mechanisms and theoretical foundations. The gap analysis aims at mechanisms and features concerning the Internet itself, as well as special applications for software defined radio networks, wireless networks, sensor networks, or Internet data streaming and mining. While many attempts are done and scientific events are scheduled to deal with rethinking the Internet architecture, communication protocols, and its flexibility, the current series of events starting with INTERNET 2009 is targeting network calculi and supporting mechanisms for these challenging issues.
25–27 May 2011 International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics (WIMS 2011)
WIMS'11 is intended to foster the dissemination of state-of-the-art research in the area of Web intelligence, Web mining, Web semantics and the fundamental interaction between them. Authors are invited to submit full papers on all related areas. Papers exploring new directions or areas will receive a thorough and encouraging review. Areas of interest include, but not limited to:
- Semantics-driven Information Retrieval
- Semantic Agent Systems
- Semantic Data Search
- Interaction Paradigms for Semantic Search
- Evaluation of Semantic Search
- Linked Data Application Architectures
- User Interfaces for the Web of Data
- Web Mining
- Uncertainty Reasoning
- Ubiquitous Intelligence
- Semantic Deep Web
- Intelligent e-Technology and Semantic Web
- Quality of Life Technology for Web Document Access
- Representation techniques for Web-based knowledge
- Rule markup languages and systems
- Semantic 3D media and content
- Scalability vs. expressivity of reasoning on the Web
6–9 May 2011 7th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST)
Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands
- Internet Technology
- Web Interfaces and Applications
- Society, e-Business and e-Government
- Web Intelligence
- Web Security
25–26 April 2011 CCV 2011: 2nd Annual International Conference ond Cloud Computing and Virtualisation
Hotel Equatorial Penang, Malaysia
Cloud Computing is defined as a pool of virtualized computer resources. Based on this Virtualization the Cloud Computing paradigm allows workloads to be deployed and scaled-out quickly through the rapid provisioning of virtual machines or physical machines. A Cloud Computing platform supports redundant, self-recovering, highly scalable programming models that allow workloads to recover from many inevitable hardware/software failures.
A Cloud Computing platform is more than a collection of computer resources because it provides a mechanism to manage those resources. In a Cloud Computing platform software is migrating from the desktop into the "clouds" of the Internet, promising users anytime, anywhere access to their programs and data. The concept of cloud computing and how virtualization enables it offers so many innovative opportunities that it is not surprising that there are new announcements every day. The innovation will continue and there will be massive value created for customers over the coming years. Most technologists are sold on the fundamentals of cloud computing and it's a realization of the last 20 years of architecture development. The conference throws light on how to use cloud computing as a technical design center; how to take advantage of the economics of cloud computing in building and operating cloud services; and how to plan for the technical and operational scale that cloud computing makes possible. Virtualization is a huge topic, and this conference helps to understand virtualization concepts and technology. The goal of International Conference on Cloud Computing and Virtualization is to provide a forum for researchers, academics, and practitioners to discuss all aspects of Cloud Computing.
11–13 March 2011 6th Global Conference Cybercultures - Exploring Critical Issues
Prague, Czech Republic
This inter- and multi-disciplinary conference aims to examine, explore and critically engage with the issues and implications created by the growing adoption of information technologies for inter-human communication. The project will also focus on assessing the continuing impact of emergent cybermedia for human communication and culture. In particular the conference will encourage equally theoretical and practical debates which surround the cultural contexts within which cybermedial and technological advances are occurring.< /p>
21 February 2011–23 October 2010 World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS-2011)
NTMS'2011 aims at fostering advances in the areas of New Technologies, Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, Ad hoc and Ambient Networks, QoS, Network Security and E-commerce, to mention a few, and provides a dynamic forum for researchers, students and professionals to present their state-of-the-art research and development in these interesting areas. The event will be combined with tutorial sessions and workshops. Tutorials will precede the main program, aiming at the dissemination of mature knowledge and technology advances in the field.< /p>
20–22 September 2010 Future Internet Symposium 2010: Towards a Converged, Consolidated and Sustainable Future Internet
The Future Internet (FI) is destined to continue this development and to provide improved features and usability for individuals and business. Its applications are expected to originate from areas such as entertainment, health, energy grid, utilities and environment, transport, mobility and logistics. Tight economic constraints however, require the Future Internet to consolidate and converge application-specific networks, and support for Internet of Services (IoS), Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Content (IoC) in a homogenous and, if possible, a single system.
15–17 September 2010 Implementation in Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research, Practice and Teaching
In a knowledge society, research questions, processes and results cannot be disconnected from everyday practices. Politicians, funding bodies and society at large increasingly demand of researchers to propose efficient ways of how to use abstract findings in concrete situations and as a common good. From the very start, implementation strategies should therefore include processes of embedding the research in its social and scientific contexts, recursiveness and negotiation with non-academic actors, and testing the expected impact through ‘real-world’ experiments. How exactly to bring research results to fruition, integrate theory and practice and build truly participative collaborations are key issues of inter- and transdisciplinarity. Keynotes includes experts in the fields of public health, new media, urban planning, sustainability, action research. Please visit our website for further information. Deadline for paper/poster/workshop submissions: 3 May 2010.
8–9 April 2010 2010 Plymouth e-Learning Conference: ‘Learning without Limits: Facing the Challenges’
The Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
The 5th Plymouth e-Learning Conference will examine the theme of e-learning in a time of change, and will challenge notions of traditional boundaries, learning spaces and roles. We will focus on new practices, new technologies, new environments and new learning. There will be primary, secondary and tertiary education threads. We invite papers on the digital divide, e-learning methods and case studies, mobile and pervasive technologies, digital games, multi-user virtual environments, informal learning, new classroom technologies (PDAs interactive whiteboards, etc), personal learning environments, visual media (videoconference, digital photography), e-portfolios and social software (wikis, blogs, podcasting, etc).
17–19 December 2009 The 4th International Conference on Frontiers of Computer Science and Technology (FCST 2009)
The FCST 2009 derives from the Japan-China Joint Workshop on Frontier of Computer Science and Technology, which was held in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, November 2006 (FCST 2006), Wuhan, China, November 2007 (FCST 2007) and Nagasaki, Japan, December 2008 (FCST 2008). The purpose of FCST 2009 conference is to provide an open forum for computer scientists and researchers to present, discuss and exchange state-of-the-art ideas, results and experiences in all areas of computer science and technology.
4–12 December 2009 International Joint Conferences on Computer, Information, and Systems Sciences, and Engineering (CISSE 09)
Bridgeport, CT 06604, USA
CISSE 2009 provides a virtual forum for presentation and discussion of the state-of the-art research on computers, information and systems sciences and engineering. The virtual conference will be conducted through the Internet using web-conferencing tools, made available by the conference.
CISSE 2009 is composed of the following four conferences:
International Conference on Systems, Computing Sciences and SoftwareEngineering (SCSS 09)
International Conference on Telecommunications and Networking (TeNe 09)
International Conference on Industrial Electronics, Technology & Automation (IETA 09)
International Conference on Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning (EIAE 09)