Ming Zhao | 5 Jan 21:38 2011

ICAC2011 deadline in 1 week (8th International Conference on Autonomic Computing)

                          Call for Papers
      The 8th International Conference on Autonomic Computing
                             ICAC 2011

              June 14-18th, 2011  Karlsruhe, Germany


* Reminder: Submission deadline is in one week (January 8th, 2011)
* Submission site is open: https://www.softconf.com/b/icac2011/


ICAC is the leading conference on autonomic computing applications,
technology and foundations. Autonomic computing refers to methods and
means for reducing the human burden of managing computing systems.
Systems introducing new autonomic features are becoming increasingly
prevalent, motivating research that spans a variety of areas, from
computer systems, architecture, databases and networks to machine
learning, control theory, and bio-inspired computing. ICAC brings
together researchers and practitioners across these disciplines to
address the multiple facets of adaptation and self-management in
computing systems and applications from different perspectives.
Autonomic computing solutions are sought for grids, clouds, enterprise
software, data centers, Internet services, embedded systems, and sensor
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Ming Zhao | 13 Jan 12:52 2011

CFP: International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE2011)


The Twenty-Third International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE 2011)
will be held at Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach, USA 
from July 7 to July 9, 2011.
The conference website is: www.ksi.edu/seke/seke11.html

The conference aims at bringing together experts in software engineering and knowledge engineering to
discuss on relevant results in either software engineering or knowledge engineering or both. Special
emphasis will be put on the transference of methods between both domains. 
Submission of papers and demos are both welcome.

Agent architectures, ontologies, languages and protocols
Multi-agent systems
Agent-based learning and knowledge discovery
Interface agents
Agent-based auctions and marketplaces
Artificial life and societies
Secure mobile and multi-agent systems
Mobile agents
Mobile Commerce Technology and Application Systems
Mobile Systems
Autonomic computing
Adaptive Systems
Integrity, Security, and Fault Tolerance
Enterprise Software, Middleware, and Tools
Process and Workflow Management
E-Commerce Solutions and Applications
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Christof Klausecker | 18 Jan 13:57 2011

CFP:ICT-GLOW - Toulouse, France, 29 August - 2 September, 2011 [Deadline: 18 March 2011]

               Call for Papers
        First International Conference on 
ICT as Key Technology for the Fight against Global Warming

In conjunction with DEXA 2011 (www.dexa.org)
                Toulouse, France
        August 29 - September 2, 2011

Reduction of CO2-emissions is a topic of outmost importance for the
society. The ICT sector is a relevant contributor to CO2 emissions and
global warming due to its tremendous presence in our everyday life but
more importantly it is a key technology for the fight against Global
Warming in all other sectors. 

Therefore the issues to be addressed in this conference are twofold:
On the one hand, issues on the potential of ICT as enabler for the
reduction of  CO2-emissions pertinent to industry, regions,
organizations and the society  will be considered.
On the other hand, issues on the urgent need of hardware and software
systems which are designed and operated in an energy-aware way and which
steadily monitor and optimize their energy consumption will build
another focus of the conference.

The First International Conference on ICT as Key Technology for the
Fight against Global Warming  (ICT-GLOW11) aims at providing  an
interdisciplinary scientific forum for in-depth- discussions on the
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Ming Zhao | 21 Jan 13:04 2011

SNAPI2011 deadline in 1 week (7th IEEE International Workshop on Storage Network Architecture and Parallel I/Os)

[Just a gentle reminder that the deadline is only one week away]

                          Call for Papers
                  7th IEEE International Workshop on
            Storage Network Architecture and Parallel I/Os
                            (SNAPI 2011)

                 May 25, 2011  Denver, Colorado, USA
            In conjunction with the 27th IEEE Conference on
           Mass Storage Systems and Technologies (MSST 2011)


The 7th IEEE Storage Networking Architecture and Parallel I/O (SNAPI
2011) Workshop aims to highlight the latest research in the
architecture, design, implementation, and evaluation of local and
networked storage and parallel I/O systems. The workshop is co-located
with the 27th IEEE Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies
(MSST2011) that features a full week dedicated to "all things storage".
The SNAPI 2011 workshop, held in the middle of the MSST week, will
feature a full day of technical papers that showcase the latest work
from the academia, the labs, and the industry.

This year we would like to encourage a variety of submissions including
novel idea papers, real system experience papers, as well as analysis
and evaluation papers. Topics of interest include, but are not limited
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Ming Zhao | 22 Jan 18:59 2011

CFP: 2nd International Green Computing Conference (IGCC'11)

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, we would like to
inform you of the:

Moto: Sustainable Computing and Computing for Sustainability

Orlando, Florida, USA, (The Holiday Inn at Disneyworld) July 25-28,
2011, www.green-conf.org

The Second International Green Computing Conference, technically
cosponsored by IEEE, addresses key issues and topics related to energy
efficiency in computing and promoting environmentally friendly
computer technologies and systems. The conference provides a forum for
discussing, sharing and investigating the state-of-the-art for all
aspects of green computing, which include energy-efficient use of
computers, design of algorithms and systems for
environmentally-friendly computer technologies, and a wide range of
related topics. The conference seeks papers with unpublished material
and previously unsubmitted material pertaining to the design and use
of sustainable hardware and software systems, algorithms, and
applications. The conference will hold forums, workshops, and
tutorials on hot topics related to how the carbon footprint of
computing can be reduced and how computers can contribute to the
environment and overall well-being of the planet.

Topics of interest are:

* Power-aware software
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