February 17, 2011
Although there are a number of computing-related peer-reviewed academic journals that discuss cloud computing in the context of more specific fields, the field was open for a cloud-driven academic publication until just recently.
The International Journal of Cloud Computing (IJCC), which launched at the beginning of 2011, is the first journal with a mission to uncover research in the academic cloud space. The publishers have stated that the resource will provide technical reports, use cases and peer-reviewed academic articles covering a wide array of issues, including high-performance computing.
The journal will be managed by Dr. Yi Pan from the Department of Computer Science at Georgia State University. Other members of the editorial board include Dr. Jack Dongarra, Dr. Ernesto Damiani, Dr. Geoffrey Fox, and a host of other luminaries in the academic cloud research space as listed here.
According to Inderscience Publishers, the journal is set to be published quarterly. The objectives are to “develop, promote, and coordinate the development and practice of cloud computing.” They hope to appeal to academics, researchers and those working in the fields of grid, virtual and cloud computing.
The “international” angle is important, according to the journal’s founders because there is a “need to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of accelerating technological changes in the global economy.”
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