Call for posters and demos - UCC2011 [Deadline Extended to August 26, 2011]

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Aug 8, 2011, 6:19:41 AM8/8/11
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The 4th IEEE International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing
(UCC 2011) December 5-8, 2011, Melbourne, Australia

We invite participants to submit posters and research demos to the
UCC 2011 conference. UCC aims at presenting the latest breakthroughs
in Utility and Cloud Computing. The submission areas of interest for
posters and research demos match that of the conference, and include
the following:

* Principles of Utility Computing
* Architectural Models for Utility Computing
* *aaS: Infrastructure, Platform, Software, Storage as a
* Novel architectural models, new programming models for cloud
* Novel applications of cloud computing, including games and
social networks
* Innovative cloud pricing models or Innovative cloud service
* Support for scalable and elastic cloud services
* Cloud support for mobile applications and Content Delivery
* Data Security, Privacy, and Jurisdiction in the Cloud
* Portability of applications and data between different cloud
* Cloud-related virtualization issues
* Deployment, maintenance, and management of cloud resources
and services
* (Multi-)Cloud resource brokering and scheduling;
(Multi-)Cloud capacity planning
* Reliability of applications and services running on the
* Interoperability between different Utility Computing
Platforms including Grids, and Clouds
* Performance monitoring for cloud applications
* Cloud use case studies
* Scientific computing, Business computing, Social computing
in the cloud

Posters and Research demos can be submitted in one of two ways:

1. Proceedings published posters and demos: Participants
submitting proceedings published posters/demos are required to submit
a 2-page short paper describing the poster/demo content, research,
relevance and importance to the cluster, grid and cloud computing
community. If accepted, these 2-page short papers will be published
in the proceedings of the conference.

2. Web published posters and demos: These posters/demos require
a short 1-page abstract to be submitted. These abstracts will not be
included in the conference proceedings, but will be published on the
conference website.

For both forms of posters/demos, participants will be able to display
the poster or showcase the demo during the conference. The easy chair
link for submitting paper is

Pavan Balaji, Argonne National Laboratory
Rajiv Ranjan, University of New South Wales

Important Dates
Deadline for proceeding published posters/demos : Aug 12th
(extended to Aug 26th), 2011
Notification of
Acceptance : Aug 25th
(extended to September 10th), 2011
Final versions of proceeding published posters/demos : Aug 30th
(extended to September 15th), 2011
Deadline for web published posters/demos : Oct
15th, 2011

The best poster and best demo will receive a best poster award and
best demo award respectively (sponsored by Manjrasoft Pty Ltd. )
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