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AISB event Bulletin Item

IEEE APSCC\'08 Announcement

Dear Colleagues, 

1. We are pleased to update you that we have now confirmed the following as
the keynote/invited speakers for the IEEE APSCC-08 Conference:

- Philip S. Yu, (Wexler Chair Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago)
- Elisa Bertino, (Professor, CS Department, Purdue University)
- Kwei-Jay Lin, (Professor, University of California, Irvine)
- Jianhua Ma, (Professor, Hosei University, Japan)
- Odej Kao, (Professor, Berlin University of Technology, Germany)

2. The due date to submit papers is June 15, 2008. For any reason, if you
need additional days to complete your manuscript, please email us confirming
it. For all authors that send such confirmed, the new due date is July 1st,

3. Six journal special issues are confirmed to publish more than 20 selected
APSCC-08 papers. (See

4. We are glad to announce the nine workshops to be held in conjunction with
the 2008 IEEE Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference. All workshop papers
will be published by IEEE CS. Best workshop papers will be also selected for
the above special issues publication.

We would cordially invite you to participate by submitting your papers to this
great event. 
Please forward this mail to anyone interested.

Best Regards,

Han-Chieh Chao, Jeffrey Tsai, Franck Cappello (APSCC-08 General Chair)
Robert C.H. Hsu, Kuan-Ching Li, Barbara Chapman (APSCC-08 Program Chair)