autonomic computing
The 8th International Conference on Autonomic Computing
Karlsruhe, Germany  June 14-18, 2011
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 GENERAL CO-CHAIRS:
KIT
University of Tuebingen
 
 PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS:
Google
UIUC
 
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 WORKSHOPS CFPS:
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 CALL FOR POSTERS
 CALL FOR DEMOS
 
 IMPORTANT DATES:
Conference: Jun 14-18, 2011
 
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WORKSHOPS

This year, ICAC will be hosting the following workshops. All conference attendees are welcome to attend any of the workshops for no additional fee. Papers are solicited for submission to these workshops. More details can be found in the workshop websites.





CALL FOR POSTERS

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.

Posters are an excellent opportunity for presenting innovative research ideas, projects and results. Accepted papers for posters (2 page) will be published in proceedings by ACM, which will be distributed at the conference. Posters will be displayed at the conference.

Posters are invited on a wide variety of topics relating to autonomic computing:

  • Applications of autonomic computing: Contributions and experiences are sought with prototyped or deployed systems and applications that focus on advancing system independence and increasing system ability to adapt to an unpredictable environment.
  • Autonomic computing components and services: Descriptions of protocols, system-level support, services, or application components that enhance aspects of system autonomy, self-management, self-tuning, self-configuration, self-diagnosis, and self-healing, or improve adaptive capabilities.
  • Algorithms, theory and foundations of autonomic computing: Analytic foundations for building efficient autonomic systems, predicting their behavior, quantifying their performance, analyzing their stability, guaranteeing their specifications, or optimizing their efficacy
Poster manuscripts will be reviewed and judged on merits including correctness, originality, technical strength, quality of presentation, and relevance to the conference themes. Submitted posters must include original work, and may not be under consideration for another conference or journal.

They should also not be under review to another forum during the ICAC review process. Authors of accepted posters are expected to present their poster at the conference.

Submission deadline: March 25, 2011 Extended to: April 1, 2011

Notification date: May 3, 2011

Poster submission site: https://www.softconf.com/c/icac2011_posters/





CALL FOR DEMOS

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.

Demonstrations are intended to serve as a forum for researchers and engineers to show their work in an interactive fashion. Accepted papers for demos (2 pages) will be included in the electronic proceedings, which will be distributed at the conference.

Demonstrations are invited on a wide variety of topics relating to autonomic computing:

  • Applications of autonomic computing: Contributions and experiences are sought with prototyped or deployed systems and applications that focus on advancing system independence and increasing system ability to adapt to an unpredictable environment.
  • Autonomic computing components and services: Descriptions of protocols, system-level support, services, or application components that enhance aspects of system autonomy, self-management, self-tuning, self-configuration, self-diagnosis, and self-healing, or improve adaptive capabilities.
  • Algorithms, theory and foundations of autonomic computing: Analytic foundations for building efficient autonomic systems, predicting their behavior, quantifying their performance, analyzing their stability, guaranteeing their specifications, or optimizing their efficacy.
Demonstration manuscripts should contain a 2 page scientific description of the work presented for inclusion in the proceedings. Demonstration submission should also contain an additional 2 page description of prototypes and technology artifacts that will be presented. The description should contain figures and pictures of the exhibition artifact, and a short description how it will be presented. Both descriptions should be submitted in one file. However, the description of the technological artifacts does not have to follow the strict formal requirements of the scientific description, but can rather be included in any form.

Demonstration manuscripts will be reviewed and judged on merits including quality of presentation, technical strength and relevance to the conference themes. Submitted demonstrations should be able to showcase the submitted concept, system or idea as described in the demonstration paper. Authors of accepted demonstrations are expected to present and explain their demonstration at the conference.

Submission deadline: April 15, 2011 Extended to: April 29, 2011

Demo submission site: https://www.softconf.com/c/icac2011_demo/




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