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Issue No.04 - Apr. (2014 vol.47)
pp: 103-105
Published by the IEEE Computer Society
ABSTRACT
Information about upcoming events of interest to Computer Society members.
Information about upcoming events of interest to Computer Society members.
Calls for Articles for IEEE CS Publications
IEEE Intelligent Systems plans a January/February 2015 special issue on predictive analytics.
Predictive modeling techniques have been researched by the data mining community for several decades but are only now becoming increasingly pervasive in real-world settings.
Novel methods are being applied in areas such as homeland security, infrastructure management, intelligent transportation, healthcare and bioinformatics, text mining, and social media.
This special issue will explore innovative methods and systems pertaining to predictive analytics.
Articles are due 10 May 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/iscfp1 to view the complete call for papers.
IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC) plans a special issue on coordination in large-scale sociotechnical systems.
The massive diffusion of networked ICT devices, increasingly entangled with our physical and social worlds, is leading to the emergence of large-scale distributed computing systems.
These can provide us with a variety of innovative services and new functionalities, once we understand how to direct and coordinate their activities.
This special issue welcomes theoretical and practical contributions focusing on systemic issues for large-scale sociotechnical systems, and providing innovative viewpoints or novel models, technologies, and methodologies.
Articles are due 31 May 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/tetc to view the complete call for papers.
TETC is the newest Transactions of the IEEE Computer Society and is Open Access only.
IEEE Software plans a January/February 2015 special issue on software engineering for Internet computing: Internetware and beyond.
The Internet, once just a network of networks, has become not only the platform of choice for delivering services to increasingly mobile users but also the connective tissue among people, information, and things.
The open, dynamic, and evolving environment of Internet computing continues to demand new software technologies.
This special issue seeks articles that explore state-of-the-art software engineering research and industry practices for Internet computing.
Articles are due 1 June 2014. Visit www.computer.org/software/cfp1 to view the complete call for papers.
IT Professional plans a January/February 2015 special issue on IT security.
This special issue seeks to provide readers with an overview of current issues and advances in information and computer security.
The guest editors seek high-quality contributions from industry, government, business, and academia that present recent developments in IT security, showcase successfully deployed security solutions, or discuss challenging security issues that deserve further study.
Topics of interest include authentication and access control, biometrics, cloud and distributed system security, computer forensics, intrusion detection systems, malware detection, mobile device security, and network security.
Articles are due 1 June 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/itcfp1 to view the complete call for papers.
IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC) plans a January 2015 special issue on advances in neuromorphic and analog VLSI computing.
As an alternative to digital computation and digital signal processing, neuromorphic and analog VLSI processors exploit computational primitives inherent in the device physics, similar to principles that have been observed in neurobiology. As a result, very high computational densities and energy efficiencies can be potentially achieved using massively parallel architectures.
This special issue seeks to explore novel neuromorphic and analog VLSI computing algorithms, nontraditional neuromorphic and analog VLSI circuits, algorithm and circuit codesign, and emerging applications.
Articles are due 1 June 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/tetc to view the complete call for papers.
TETC is the newest Transactions of the IEEE Computer Society and is Open Access only.
IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC) plans a special issue on advances in software aging and rejuvenation.
This special issue will collect theoretical and experimental contributions related to software aging and rejuvenation.
Authors from academia, industry, and government are invited to submit quality articles describing the results of theoretical and experimental SAR research.
Articles are due 1 June 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/tetc to view the complete call for papers.
TETC is the newest Transactions of the IEEE Computer Society and is Open Access only.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications plans a March/April 2015 special issue on Visual Computing Challenges of Manufacturing and Making for Industry 4.0, Future Factories, and New Foundries.
Visual computing, which combines computer graphics and computer vision, will be a key enabling technology for smart and cognitive behavior in product engineering and manufacturing as envisioned by the Advanced Manufacturing Initiative.
Advanced manufacturing—often called the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, or the Industrial Internet—is considered the next big game changer for industrial engineering and manufacturing.
This special issue will focus on challenges for visual computing in manufacturing.
The guest editors are soliciting articles that present important visual computing contributions to advanced manufacturing, from commercial and academic sources, researchers, and practitioners.
Articles are due 1 July 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/cgacfp2 to view the complete call for papers.
IEEE Pervasive Computing plans an April–June 2015 special issue on Smart Spaces.
Pervasive computing has yet to be applied pervasively to make physical spaces smart. Thus, smart spaces are still not common today.
This special issue aims to explore the many challenges facing smart spaces.
Articles are due 1 July 2014. Visit http://www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/pccfp2 to view the complete call for papers.
IEEE Internet Computing plans a March/April 2015 special issue on building Internet of Things software.
The IoT promises many benefits, but enabling this vision will entail efforts in a range of scientific domains.
For example, the design, implementation, validation, and real-world use of IoT software will require diverse contributions in coherent and practical development frameworks, possibly based on current and future standards.
This special issue seeks contributions about recent or ongoing research efforts, experience reports, and success stories in enabling an effective development of IoT software out of the building blocks available in different communities.
Brief descriptions of article are due via email by 15 June 2014. Articles are due 1 July 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/iccfp2 to view the complete call for papers.
IEEE MultiMedia plans a July–September 2015 special issue on social multimedia and storytelling: using social media to capture, mine, and re-create experiences, events, and places.
The pervasive use of media-capturing devices and the wide adoption of social-networking platforms have led to the proliferation of online content captured at various places and events. Such content holds great potential for deriving richer representations of the depicted places and events.
However, the uncontrolled nature of user-contributed content and the social media life cycle's complexity raise significant research challenges related to the effective collection, mining, and indexing of social multimedia as well as their combination, creative reuse, and presentation.
This special issue's objective is to revisit how social multimedia is transforming the way multimedia content is captured, shared, and made available to others.
Articles are due 20 July 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/mmcfp3 to view the complete call for papers.
IEEE Intelligent Systems plans a May/June 2015 special issue on ambient assisted living and robotics.
By 2050, the number of people over the age of 65 could exceed the number of younger people for the first time in history, causing governments worldwide to further prioritize elderly care.
Many of the latest solutions are increasingly sophisticated, with some deployed in assisted-living environments such as nursing homes.
In industrialized countries, more work focuses on the use of intelligent and highly interactive systems for improving the quality of life.
This special issue's main aim is to report on the present status of science and technology in its quest to develop intelligent solutions for ambient assisted living.
Particular emphasis is on integrated solutions that use multiple sensors, both stationary and mobile.
Articles are due 1 September 2014. Visit www.computer.org/portal/web/computingnow/iscfp3 to view the complete call for papers.
May 2014
13–16 May: AINA 2014, 28th IEEE Int'l Conf. Advanced Information Networking and Applications, Victoria, BC, Canada; www.aina-conference.org/2014
14–16 May: SeGAH 2014, 3rd Int'l Conf. Serious Games and Applications for Health, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; www.ipca.pt/segah2014
26–29 May: CCGrid 2014, 14th IEEE/ACM Int'l Symp. Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing, Chicago; http://datasys.cs.iit.edu/events/CCGrid2014
31 May–7 June: ICSE 2014, 36th Int'l Conf. Software Engineering, Hyderabad, India; http://2014.icse-conferences.org
June 2014
11–12 June: SWSTE 2014, IEEE Int'l Conf. Software Science, Technology, and Engineering, Ramat Gan, Israel; www.iltam.org/SWSTE2014
11–14 June: CCC 2014, IEEE Conf. Computational Complexity, Vancouver, BC, Canada; http://computationalcomplexity.org
27 June–2 July: CLOUD 2014, 7th IEEE Int'l Conf. Cloud Computing, Anchorage, Alaska; www.thecloudcomputing.org/2014
July 2014
11–13 July: ICCCNT 2014, 5th Int'l Conf. Computing, Communications and Networking Technologies, Hefei, China; http://5icccnt.com
14–17 July: CBI 2014, IEEE Conf. Business Informatics, Geneva, Switzerland; http://cbi2014.unige.ch
21–25 July: COMPSAC 2014, 38th IEEE Computer Software and Applications Conference, Vasteras, Sweden; www.compsac.org
August 2014
18–20 August: ICCI/CC 2014, 13th IEEE Int'l Conf. Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing, London; www.ucalgary.ca/icci_cc/ICCICC2014
20–22 August: RTCSA 2014, 20th IEEE Int'l Conf. Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications, Chongqing, China; www.cs.cqu.edu.cn:8085
25–29 August: RE 2014, 22nd IEEE Int'l Requirements Engineering Conf., Karlskrona, Sweden; http://webhotel.bth.se/re14
27–29 August: FiCloud 2014, 2nd Int'l Conf. Future Internet of Things and Cloud, Barcelona, Spain; http://scim.brad.ac.uk/~iawan/FiCloud-2014
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