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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 8th IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems, 8-12 Sep 2014, Imperial College, London (UK)

(SASO 2014)




The Early registration is August 22, 2014

Interested people can register at:

A single registration fee includes access to the main conference, 
tutorials, and workshops. Moreover, it includes a conference kit with 
electronic proceedings, all coffee breaks, lunches, free entrance to the 
Welcome Reception and Conference Dinner.

Registration to SASO provides access to all sessions of the co-located 

- CAC (Cloud and Autonomic Computing),

- P2P (Peer-to-Peer Computing),

- OGF (Open Grid Forum),




The program of scientific papers and posters is available at:

SASO 2014 features also:

- workshops

- tutorials

- demos


Social event


- Reception at London's renowned science museum,

- Banquet at the Kia Oval (leave with an 
increased knowledge of science, technology AND cricket)

Moreover, you can enjoy Londons museums, art galleries, restaurants, 
monuments, shops, night spots, sports arenas, and lots of events


Venue and accommodation


The conference will take place at Imperial College London.

Hotels near the venue may be found at the Imperial College Accommodation 


Contact Details


Please send any inquiries to: