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SAINT 2010 : International Symposium on Applications and the Internet


Conference Series : Symposium on Applications and the Internet
When Jul 19, 2010 - Jul 23, 2010
Where Seoul, KOREA
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2010
Notification Due Mar 31, 2010
Final Version Due Apr 30, 2010

Call For Papers

The 10th Annual IEEE/IPSJ Symposium on Applications and the Internet
Seoul, KOREA, July 19-23, 2010

Co-located with:
The 34th Annual IEEE International Computer Software and
Applications Conference (COMPSAC 2010)

Co-sponsored by:
the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) and
the Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)
Technically sponsored by:
IEEE-CS IT Professional

Specific Topic for SAINT2010
Future Internet and Applications

Symposium Paper Submission: January 31, 2010
Symposium Author Notification: March 31, 2010
Symposium Final Manuscript and Authors Registration Due: April 30, 2010
(ONE and FULL Registration per ONE paper)

Workshop Proposals: November 15, 2009
Workshop Call for Papers: December 15, 2009
Workshop Paper Submission: February 28, 2010
Workshop Author Notification: March 31, 2010
Workshop Final Manuscript and Authors Registration Due: April 30, 2010
(ONE and FULL Registration per ONE paper)

Student Paper Submission: April 8, 2010
Student Author Notification: April 22, 2010
Student Final Manuscript and Authors Registration Due: April 30, 2010
(ONE and STUDENT Registration per ONE paper)

Panel Proposals: December 15, 2009
THEME : The Inclusive Internet
Researchers are encouraged to submit papers related to theme of this
year: The Inclusive Internet:

The Internet has revolutionized and changed the way we communicate,
socialize, entertain, access information and conduct business. It has
evolved into a pervasive ecosystem of connected computers, mobile
devices, sensors, home appliances, and a variety of other gadgets.
This evolution has led to a deep intertwining of the physical, social
and digital worlds, raising new research agendas and challenging our
understanding of the requirements for a vastly interconnected world.
The theme for SAINT2010 is the Inclusive Internet. The advent of
Web 2.0, social networks, open API's, mash-ups and cloud computing are
empowering Internet users into becoming Internet "makers." Anyone and
everyone is included, free to contribute content and even services.
The frontier of the Internet no longer stops at the shores of large
corporations, small businesses, and online stores. It has expanded to
include the presence and contributions of virtually all mankind.
The symposium provides a forum for researchers and practitioners from
the academic, industrial, public and governmental sectors to share
their latest innovations on Internet technologies and applications.
Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

A. Internet Application Areas:
*Content Management: semi-structured data, information integration,
search and retrieval, data mining, semantic web, mobile and local
*Content Delivery: media streaming, web caching, QoS, universal access
and interfacing
*Web Services: architecture & middleware, information agents,
brokering and negotiation, service discovery, service composition,
mash-ups, context-aware services.
*Collaboration: fixed, mobile & ad-hoc groupware, social network
software, trust & IPR technologies.
*Internet communities: peer-to-peer platforms and applications,
folksonomies, protocols for self-organizing communities, social
*Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing: smart space architecture and
middleware, sensor networks and sensor web, pervasive programming
models and tools, content adaptation, location-based services, mobile
transactions, personalization, mobile service discovery & delivery.
*E-Business: Internet-based workflow, virtual enterprises, B2B,
auctioning systems
*Other Social Applications: E-science, E-education, E-learning,
E-entertainment, E-health, E-government, E-inclusion, etc.

B. Enabling technologies for the Internet:
*Software Architectures: service-oriented architectures, peer-to-peer
and overlay networks, mobile agents, very large scale server systems,
GRID computing, virtualization, cloud computing.
*Standards: including XML, WSDL, WSFL, ebXML, Java, JXTA, .NET,
EchoNet, SODA, etc.
*Internet Security: architecture, threats, detection, authentication/
authorization, countermeasures, trust models, privacy, others.
*Network and Protocol Architectures: routing, performance, ad-hoc,
sensor and mobile networks, broadband wireless access, IPv6.
*Information Appliances: smart phones, PDAs, mobile Internet device,
sensor platforms, RFID based and embedded computers.
Paper Submission and Reviews
Symposium paper submission will be done electronically. Information
for prospective authors, including paper format and instructions can
be found on the SAINT Web page. Symposium Papers will be reviewed by
at least three reviewers, and SAINT has been keeping its acceptance
ratio less than 30% from the beginning.
Workshop papers will be sent to each Workshop's Organizers and should
be reviewed by each Workshop's Program Committee, taking account of a
reasonable acceptance ratio.
No simultaneous submission to multiple publication venues are allowed,
and only original results are acceptable.
The Proceedings of the Symposium and the Workshops will be published
by the IEEE Computer Society Press. At least one full registration is
required for publication of Symposium and Workshops Proceedings. It
should be noted that any paper of Symposium/Workshop Proceedings will
not be included in the IEEE-CS digital library if no presentation is
made without reasonable notification. Accepted papers will be indexed
through INSPEC and EI Index.
Best Paper Award
A best paper and student best papers will be selected and recognized
by the Program Committee and the Awards Chairs.
Journal Publication
There is a plan to invite several authors to provide revised papers
for a special issue on Future Internet and Applications of IEEE-CS
IT Professional.
Workshops and Panels Proposals
Full- and/or half-day workshop and panel proposals related to SAINT
theme are solicited. Workshop proposals should be submitted to
Workshops Chairs. After the review of proposals, the accepted Workshop
Call For Papers must be sent to the Workshop Chairs. Workshops Call
For Papers will then be announced on the SAINT web page. Panel
proposals should be submitted to Panel Chairs. E-mail addresses for
submission will be announced later at the SAINT Web page.
Student Sessions
The Student Session will provide an international forum for graduate
students to interact with faculty mentors and other researchers. It
will strive to provide constructive guidance for completion of the
proposed research and motivation for a research career.
Message to Industry
SAINT has been one of the major forums to discuss the state of the art
Internet-related technologies for not only academia but also industry.
SAINT2010 is considering an opportunity where industry will be able to
make an appeal of new technologies. Please keep a close watch on the
SAINT web page.

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