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[PVS] Fwd: Call for Workshops CGC 2011





CGC2011 workshops will be held together with the main conference during the same dates in Melbourne, Australia. CGC (Cloud and Green Computing) is created to provide a prime international forum for both researchers, industry practitioners and environment experts to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the state of the art and practice of Cloud computing and Green computing as well as joint-venture and synergic research and development across both areas. For more information refer to: http://www.swinflow.org/confs/cgc2011/. We invite you to submit workshop proposals on any topics related to Cloud and Green Computing to the Workshop Chairs.


The purpose of these workshops is to offer to researchers a good opportunity to present their work in a more focused way than the conference itself and to obtain feedback from an interested community.

Workshops that focus on new and emerging topics, or on applications and industry contributions are particularly encouraged.

In general, a workshop takes one day, although multiple-day and half-day workshops are welcome.

A workshop proposal should contain at least:


Important dates:

Workshop proposal submission: Ongoing as received.
Suggested Paper Status Notification: September 15, 2011.

Camera-ready due: October 3, 2011


Each workshop will start to distribute a call for paper after receiving the notification. Papers submitted to each workshop will be reviewed by the program committee and external reviewers of the workshop.

Once accepted, each workshop organisers are in charge of:

Proceedings of the CGC2011 workshops will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press, in the same proceedings of CGC2011, and will be made available to all conference registrants on site. All workshop papers will also be electronically available through IEEE Xplore Digital Database, and professionally indexed through INSPEC and EI Index.

Please organize your workshop as early as possible to ensure your effort turn out to be fruitful. In particular we suggest to make explicit the different focus of your workshop, if compared with eventual overlapping conference topics, in order to attract relevant contributions.

For further information on preparing a workshop proposal, please contact Workshop Chairs.

 

Workshop Chairs: