Liang-Jie Zhang (LJ)
University of Stavanger
BRITE Professional Services, Australia
Special Technical Communities focus on selected technical areas and integrate contemporary tools and technology to break down silos and foster new ideas.
CS Cloud Computing STC focuses on Cloud activities across CS, involving both CS members and non-members. Its work is complementary to the IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative (IEEE CCI), a 3-year project to promote Cloud efforts across IEEE.
Provide IT and Enterprise management with accurate, vendor-neutral information that will demystify IT's top cloud-related concerns (such as ensuring adequate security, framing service level agreements, impacts on staffing, and enabling rapid scaling up and down).
1. Develop and/or disseminate Cloud Computing knowledge.
2. Facilitate Cloud Computing information exchange.
3. Enable efficient access to Cloud Computing information.
4. Provide Cloud Computing technical guidance, supporting intelligent management decisions.
Note: To accomplish these goals we will (i) recruit volunteer authors, practitioners, researchers, etc.; (ii) coordinate Cloud Computing activities across CS Boards (EAB, PUB, SA, TAB, PA, MGA), CS TCs, and IEEE CCI.
Join This Exciting Effort It's free! Open for CS members and non-members.
If you are involved in cloud computing, joining the CS CC STC will give you chance to contribute your expertise as well as to expand your knowledge by working with others in this field. We have working groups on:
IT CC Guide
- To become a CC STC member, click on the JOIN CS CC STC / LOGIN button.
- To get involved as a volunteer, select any of our working groups.
Irena Bojanova, Chair CS CC STC
IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing (TCC)
Call for Papers
IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing will publish peer-reviewed articles that provide innovative research ideas and applications results in all areas relating to cloud computing. Topics relating to novel theory, algorithms, performance
analyses and applications of techniques relating to all areas of cloud computing will be considered for the transactions. The transactions will consider submissions specifically in the areas of cloud security, tradeoffs between privacy and utility of cloud, cloud standards, the architecture of cloud computing, cloud development tools, cloud software, cloud backup and recovery,
cloud interoperability, cloud applications management, cloud data analytics, cloud communications protocols, mobile cloud, liability issues for data loss on clouds, data integration on clouds, big data on clouds, cloud education, cloud skill sets, cloud energy consumption, cloud applications in commerce, education and industry. This title will also consider submissions on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Business Process as a Service (BPaaS).
For details of the submission process, please consult the relevant Web pages at