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IEEE Internet Computing seeks articles for a November/December 2010 special issue on overcoming information overload issues.

Internet users today are inundated with information. They receive masses of e-mail, are interrupted by instant messages, and must remember to check social-networking sites, news sources, and company websites daily—or even many times each day. Web searches produce more hits than users can sift through.

This special issue seeks original articles examining the state of the art, open problems, research results, tool evaluation, and future research directions in overcoming information overload.

Final submissions are due by 1 March. Visit to view the complete call for papers.

IEEE Security & Privacy seeks papers that explore security and privacy issues related to cloud computing, including technical diversity and resiliency using clouds, shared infrastructure risks, applications of cloud computing for malware, and policy and compliance issues.

Articles are due by 5 March. Visit to view the complete call for papers.

IEEE Software seeks papers on the state of the art and current industrial practice in framing architectural concerns.

The guest editors of Software's November/December 2010 issue welcome case studies; success and failure stories in introducing viewpoints, frameworks, and models to organizations; mature and innovative approaches; and future trends.

Articles are due by 1 April. Visit to view the complete call for papers.

IT Professional seeks papers for a January/February 2011 issue focusing on green IT.

Green IT is, and will continue to be, a hot topic due to increasing awareness of the harmful effects of green gas emissions, new stringent environmental legislation, the rising concern about electronic waste disposal practices that damage the environment, and corporate-image concerns that are pushing businesses and individuals to adopt green practices.

Articles are due by 1 July. Visit to view the complete call for papers.


Cluster 2010, IEEE Int'l Conf. on Cluster Computing, 20-22 October, Heraklion, Crete; abstracts due 8 March;

CW 2010, Int'l Conf. on Cyberworlds, 20-22 October, Singapore; papers due 30 April;



28 Feb-3 Mar 2010: HPCA 2010, IEEE Int'l Symp. on High-Performance Computer Architecture, Bangalore, India;


1-3 Mar: WICON 2010, 5th Int'l Wireless Internet Conf., Singapore;

1-6 Mar: ICDE 2010, Int'l Conf. on Data Engineering, Long Beach, California;

28-30 Mar: INFOS 2010, IEEE Int'l Conf. on Informatics and Systems, Giza, Egypt;

28-30 Mar: ISPASS 2010, IEEE Int'l Symp. on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software, White Plains, New York;

29 Mar-2 Apr: PerCom 2010, Int'l Conf. on Pervasive Computing and Communications, Mannheim, Germany;


12-16 Apr: DIGITEL 2010, IEEE Int'l Conf. on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy-Enhanced Learning (with WMUTE), Kaohsiung, Taiwan;

12-16 Apr: WMUTE 2010, IEEE Int'l Workshop on Wireless, Mobile, and Ubiquitous Technology in Education, Kaohsiung, Taiwan;

19-23 Apr: IPDPS 2010, IEEE Int'l Parallel & Distributed Processing Symp., Atlanta;


28-31 May: CSO 2010, 3rd Int'l Joint Conf. on Computational Sciences and Optimization, Huangshan Mountain, China;


19-21 July: COMPSAC, 34th IEEE Conf. on Computer Software and Applications, Seoul;


24-26 Aug: EMS 2010, Int'l Conf. on Eng. Management and Service Sciences, Wuhan, China;


20-24 Sept: Cluster 2010, IEEE Int'l Conf. on Cluster Computing, Heraklion, Crete;


20-22 Oct: CW 2010, Int'l Conf. on Cyberworlds, Singapore;


13-19 Nov: SC 2010, Int'l Conf. for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, New Orleans;

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