May 28, 2013
BRISTOL, United Kingdom, May 28 – The “Cloud” is a natural evolution of distributed computing and of the widespread adaption of virtualization and SOA. In Cloud Computing, IT-related capabilities and resources are provided as services, via the Internet and on-demand, accessible without requiring detailed knowledge of the underlying technology. The IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, steered by the Cloud Computing Association, aim to bring together researchers who work on cloud computing and related technologies.
Manuscripts need to be prepared according to the IEEE CS format: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting
For regular papers, the page limit will be 8 pages. For workshops and Ph.D. consortium, the page limit will be 6 pages. For poster and demo, the page limit will be 4 pages.
All accepted papers will be published by IEEE CS Press (IEEE Xplore) and Indexed by EI and ISSN. Accepted papers will be asked to present in a plenary session. Distinguished papers will be invited to be extended for submission in prestigious international journal.
IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing (TCC: http://computer.org/TCC) is organising a Special Issue which encourages submission of revised and extended versions of 2-3 best/top rated papers in the area of Cloud Computing from our conference. The special issue also seeks direct submission of papers that present 'new' ideas for the first time in TCC. All papers will be peer-reviewed and selected competitively based on their originality and merit as per requirement of TCC. All queries on this special issue should be directed to its guest editors. Details on this special issue will be informed about in a separate Call for Papers at:
The IEEE CloudCom 2013 submission site is: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieeecloudcom2013
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For further details and workshop information see 2013.cloudcom.org
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