IEEE Computer Society Dew Computing Special Technical Community (DewCom STC)
IEEE Computer Society Dew Computing Special Technical Community (DewCom STC) is an open community and forum for researchers, professionals, and students in the area of Dew Computing. DewCom STC members are spread over the world in 36 countries.
Karolj Skala (Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Croatia), Marjan Gushev (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, North Macedonia)
Karolj Skala (Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Croatia), Marjan Gushev (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, North Macedonia), Yingwei Wang (University of Prince Edward Island, Canada), Ruppa Thulasiram (University of Manitoba, Canada)
Yingwei Wang (Canada), Sven Groppe (Germany), Dana Petcu (Romania), Ruppa Thulasiram (Canada), Parimala Thulasiram (Canada), Shuhui Yang (United States), Ralph Deters (Canada), Partha Pratim Ray (India), Davor Davidović (Croatia), Enis Afgan (United States), Marjan Gushev (North Macedonia), Karolj Skala (Croatia)
About DewCom 2020:
Dew computing is a computing model appeared after the wide acceptance of cloud computing; it is one kind of post-cloud computing. While cloud computing uses centralized servers to provide various services, dew computing uses on-premises computers to provide decentralized, cloud-friendly, and collaborative micro services to end-users. Dew computing is an on-premises computer software-hardware organization paradigm in the cloud computing environment, which is complementary to cloud computing. The key features of dew computing are that on-premises computers provide functionality independent of cloud services and they also collaborate with cloud services.
DewCom is an annual workshop/conference/special session started in 2016; its goal is to bring researchers in dew computing area together to exchange research progress and to envision the path ahead. DEWCOM 2016 was held in Charlottetown, Canada; DEWCOM 2017 was held in Opatija, Croatia; DEWCOM 2018 was held in Toronto, Canada; DEWCOM 2019 was held online.
DewCom 2020 will be held together with Data Science and Biomedical Engineering Conference /DS-BE.
Welcome researchers, professionals, and students currently working in or interested in dew computing areas to participate this event.
DewCom 2020 call:
DewCom intends to gather the latest research & development results on Dew Computing paradigm. It seeks high-quality contributions, which demonstrate the theoretical and practical progress of Dew Computing. DewCom seeks original, high quality and unpublished research contributions as well as implementation experiences from researchers in the area of Dew Computing, including but not limited to the following topics:
- Dew Computing Theory and Vision
- Dew Computing Structure and Architecture
- Dew, Cloud and Fog Computing integration and/or interrelation
- Dew Computing and IoT, Ubiquitous Computing
- Dew Computing and Databases
- Dew Computing and Networks
- Dew Computing Protocols and Security
- Dew Computing Applications
Two types of contributions are solicited: full research papers and oral presentation abstracts. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Oral presentation abstracts are limited to 250 words.
Official language is English.
Paper submission: 15 July 2020
Author notification: 23 July 2020
All deadline times are anywhere on Earth.
Registration / Fees:
The discount doesn't apply to PhD students.
REGISTRATION / FEES
|Price in EUR
Up to 14 September 2020
From 15 September 2020
|Members of MIPRO and IEEE
|Students (undergraduate and graduate), primary and secondary school teachers
Rudjer Boskovic Institute
Center for Informatics and Computing
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Faculty of Information Sciences and Computer Engineering
Ss. Cyril and Methodius University
Rugjer Boshkovikj 16
1000 Skopje, North Macedonia
All submitted papers will pass through a plagiat control and blind peer review process.
Accepted papers will be published in the ISSN registered conference proceedings. Presented papers will be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library (and exclusively not presented papers with the justified reason for not being able to be presented).
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