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ICAC 2008 : The 5th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing

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Conference Series : International Conference on Autonomic Computing
 
Link: http://www.acis.ufl.edu/~icac2008/
 
When Jun 2, 2008 - Jun 6, 2008
Where Chicago, IL, USA
Submission Deadline Dec 14, 2007
Notification Due Feb 25, 2008
Categories    autonomic computing
 

Call For Papers

The 5th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing
Chicago, IL, USA June, 2008

http://www.acis.ufl.edu/~icac2008/

Call for papers

SCOPE

To deal with the increasing business, system, and technical complexity of
computing systems, devices, networks and applications must learn to manage
themselves in accordance with high-level guidance from humans -- a vision
that has been referred to as autonomic computing. Meeting the grand
challenges of autonomic computing requires significant scientific and
technological advances in a wide variety of fields, as well as new software
and system architectures that support the integration of these new
technologies.

The purpose of the 5th International Conference on Autonomic
Computing (ICAC-08) is to bring together researchers and practitioners to
address all aspects of self-management in computing systems. In doing so, we
will continue to develop and nurture a growing community that can work
together to realize the vision of scalable self-managing systems. The
conference builds on previous highly influential meetings in New York,
Seattle, Dublin and Jacksonville.

Papers are solicited on a broad array of topics of relevance to autonomic
computing. In particular, this conference will focus on three areas:
networking applications of autonomic technologies, semantic reasoning as
used in autonomic devices, systems and applications, and research and/or
reports on prototype systems or experiences. Topics of interest include, but
are not limited to, the following:

* Autonomic computing systems that exhibit autonomic
characteristics, such as self-configuration, self-optimization,
self-healing, self-protection, and self-governance.
* Fundamental scientific aspects of self-managing systems:
understanding, controlling, and/or exploiting emergent behavior;
methods to automate manual operations; implementation of new
device, network and system functionality; behavior orchestration.
* Software architectures for self-managing systems, based on
appropriate supporting technologies such as Grid Services,
agent-based systems, Web Services, model-based systems or novel
paradigms such as biological, economic or social computing.
* System-level technologies, middleware or services that entail
interactions among two or more elements of self-managing
components, devices and systems.
* Toolkits, environments, models, languages, runtime and
compiler technologies for building self-managing components,
systems and applications.
* Self-managing components, such as server, storage, network,
mobile device, data center or specific application elements.
Emphasis should be placed on techniques or lessons that may
generalized to other components.
* Interfaces to autonomic systems, including user interfaces,
mechanisms for controlling behavior, and techniques for defining,
distributing, and understanding policies.
* Applications of autonomic systems with respect to future
Internet and other next generation architectures.
* Experiences with autonomic systems or component prototypes:
measurements, evaluations, or analyses of system behavior, user
studies, or experiences with large-scale deployments of self-
managing systems or applications.
* General management topics, such as minimization of power/energy
consumption, modeling of communications entities (e.g., SLAs),
negotiation/conversation support, behavior enforcement, tie in
with IT governance, and legacy system support.


PAPER/POSTER SUBMISSIONS AND PUBLICATION

Full papers (a maximum of 10 pages in length) and posters (2 pages)
are invited on a wide variety of topics relating to autonomic
computing as indicated above. All manuscripts will be reviewed and
judged on merits including correctness, originality, technical
strength, quality of presentation, and relevance to the conference
themes. Submitted papers must include original work, and may not be
under consideration for another conference or journal. They should
also not be under review or be submitted to another forum during the
ICAC-08 review process. Posters are not subject to any of these
restrictions. Authors should submit full papers or posters
electronically (PDF or postscript) via EDAS using the link on the
ICAC-08 conference web site, and should follow IEEE CS format - style
files can be found at ftp://pubftp.computer.org/Press/Outgoing/
proceedings/. Accepted papers and posters will appear in proceedings
published by IEEE Computer Society Press, which will be distributed
at the conference.

Submissions will be accepted in electronic form through the EDAS
system (http://www.edas.info, conference identifier 'ICAC-08') only.
Questions may be addressed to the program chairs.


WORKSHOPS, DEMONSTRATIONS AND EXHIBITION

ICAC-08 welcomes proposals for co-located workshops on specific
topics of general interest to the autonomic computing community.
Workshops are expected to publish proceedings, and should cover areas
that may not be addressed in sufficient detail in the main scientific
program.

ICAC-08 will feature a demonstration and exhibition session
consisting of prototypes and technology artifacts such as
demonstrating autonomic software or autonomic computing principles.
Entries will be judged by a separate subcommittee led by the demo/
exhibit chair. Please see the conference web site for more information.


STUDENT AWARDS

A student best paper award will be presented, consisting of a
commemorative plaque, complimentary student registration to the
conference and an honorarium that will partially cover travel & hotel
costs. (A student paper is defined as one in which the principal (not
sole) author is a student.) The student will be required to present
the paper to receive the award.


IMPORTANT DATES

Full paper: 08:00 GMT, Dec 7, 2007 (extended to Dec 14, 2007)
Workshop proposals: Mar 3, 2008
Demo/Exhibit proposals: Mar 3, 2008
Author notification: Feb 25, 2008
Final manuscripts: April 7, 2008


ORGANISATION

General Chairs:
Jose Fortes Univ. of Florida, USA
Kumar Goswami HP Labs, USA

Programme Chairs:
John Strassner Motorola Labs, USA (john.strassner@motorola.com)
Simon Dobson UCD Dublin, IE ( (mailto:simon.dobson@ucd.ie)
simon.dobson@ucd.ie)

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