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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: 5th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing, Technology and Science,2-5 December 2013, Bristol, UK

IEEE CloudCom 2013

General Information
The Cloud is a natural evolution of distributed computing and of the widespread adaption of 
virtualization and SOA. In Cloud Computing, IT-related capabilities and resources are provided 
as services, via the Internet and on-demand, accessible without requiring detailed knowledge of 
the underlying technology. The IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Cloud Computing 
Technology and Science, steered by the Cloud Computing Association, aim to bring together 
researchers who work on cloud computing and related technologies. 

Important Dates
Paper submission - July 31, 2013
Workshop, poster and demo papers V August 5, 2013
Notification V September 2, 2013
Camera-ready V September 16, 2013

Paper Submission
Manuscripts need to be prepared according to the IEEE CS format:
For regular papers, the page limit will be 8 pages. For workshops and Ph.D. consortium, the 
page limit will be 6 pages. For poster and demo, the page limit will be 4 pages. 

All accepted papers will be published by IEEE CS Press (IEEE Xplore) and Indexed by EI and ISSN. 
Accepted papers will be asked to present in a plenary session. Distinguished papers will be invited
to be extended for submission in prestigious international journals.

IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing (TCC: is organising a Special Issue 
which encourages submission of revised and extended versions of best/top rated papers in the area 
of Cloud Computing from IEEE CloudCom 2013.

The IEEE CloudCom 2013 submission site is:

Topics of Interest
E Cloud architecture
E Big Data
E Security and Privacy in the Cloud
E Cloud services and Applications
E Virtualization
E HPC on Cloud
E IoT and Mobile on Cloud

For further details and workshop information see or send enquiries to