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Call For Papers - submission deadline: March 31, 2011 - Conference on Internet Computing (ICOMP'11: July 18-21, 2011, USA)

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Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 16:44:34 -0400 (EDT)
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Dear members of OWL list:

Below, you will find the updated announcement for ICOMP'11 - we hope
that you would share this with those who may be interested.
Thank you, Organizing Committee
                     CALL  FOR  PAPERS
          Paper Submission Deadline: March 31, 2011

   The 2011 International Conference on Internet Computing
             July 18-21, 2011, Las Vegas, USA


You are invited to submit a full paper for consideration. All accepted
papers will be published in the respective conference proceedings. The
proceedings will be indexed in Inspec / IET / The Institute for
Engineering & Technology, DBLP / Computer Science Bibliography, and
others.) In the past, all tracks of this federated conference have
also been included in EI Compendex/Elsevier. Like prior years, extended
versions of selected papers will appear in journals and edited research
books (a large number of book projects and journal special issues are
in the pipeline: Springer, Elsevier, BMC journals, ...)

SCOPE: Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

O  Social networks
O  Next generation of internet + modeling and analysis
O  Traffic models and statistics
O  Metacomputing
O  Electronic commerce and internet
O  Resource management and location
O  Design and analysis of internet protocols and engineering
O  Web based computing
O  Web mining
O  Network architectures and network computing
O  Network operating systems
O  Quality of service
O  Search engines
O  Wide area consistency
O  Internet and emerging technologies
O  Internet security and trust
O  Internet law and compliance
O  Internet and scalability issues
O  Internet delivery and applications
O  Internet telephony
O  Internet based decision support systems
O  Internet and enterprise management
O  Internet applications and appliances
O  Internet banking systems
O  Internet and video technologies
O  Internetworking
O  Denial of service issues
O  Streaming methods
O  Caching algorithms for the internet
O  Grid based computing and internet tools
O  Cooperative applications
O  Tele-medical and other applications
O  Mobile computing and the internet
O  Agents for internet computing
O  The WWW and intranets
O  Digital libraries/digital image collections
O  Languages for distributed programming
O  Web interfaces to databases
O  User-interface/multimedia/video/audio/user interaction
O  The internet and Cloud computing
O  Markup Languages/HTML/XML/VRML/...
O  Java applications on internet
O  Alternative web lifestyles, role-playing, chat, ...
O  Server space/web server performance
O  Web monitoring
O  Web documents management
O  Web caching methods
O  Web site design and coordination
O  Other aspects and applications relating to internet-based computing

O  Workshop on Computer Games Design and Development:

   - Managing gaming communities
   - Augmented reality games
   - Game architectures
   - Special-purpose hardware for games
   - Computer games and education
   - Mobile and ubiquitous games
   - Games and the web
   - Making quality game textures
   - Threading technologies for games
   - Assessment of new generation of computer games
   - The impact of art and culture in game design
   - Game theory as it relates to internet
   - Artificial intelligence and computer games
   - Tools for game development on the internet
   - Grid computing and games
   - Massively multiplayer games and issues
   - Social impact of computer games
   - Wavelets technology for games
   - Compression methods for games
   - 3D hardware accelerators for games on the internet
   - Audio-video communication tools for network 3D games
   - Virtual actors
   - Virtual world creation
   - Background sound/music for games
   - Holographic displays and games
   - Computer graphics and virtual reality tools for games
   - Innovative products for game development
   - Interface technologies
   - Case studies

The DBLP list of accepted papers of ICOMP 2010 appears at:
The main web site of ICOMP'11 can be accessed via:


March 31, 2011:    Submission of papers (about 5 to 7 pages)
April 20, 2011:    Notification of acceptance (+/- 6 days)
May 7, 2011:       Final papers + Copyright/Consent + Registration
July 18-21, 2011:  The 2011 International Conference on Internet
                   Computing (ICOMP'11)

Those who have submitted papers during the month of February will
receive the decision on their papers by the end of March 2011.


Currently being prepared - The Academic sponsors of the last offering
of ICOMP (2010) included research labs and centers affiliated
with (a partial list): University of California, Berkeley; University
of Southern California; University of Texas at Austin; Harvard
University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Georgia Institute of Technology,
Georgia; Emory University, Georgia; University of Minnesota;
University of Iowa; University of North Dakota; NDSU-CIIT Green
Computing & Comm. Lab.; University of Siegen, Germany; UMIT, Austria;
SECLAB (University of Naples Federico II + University of Naples
Parthenope + Second University of Naples, Italy); National Institute
for Health Research; World Academy of Biomedical Sciences and
Technologies; Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; International
Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The International
Council on Medical and Care Compunetics; Eastern Virginia Medical
School & the American College of Surgeons, USA.


Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers by uploading
them to the evaluation web site at:  http://world-comp.org
Submissions must be uploaded by March 31, 2011 and they must be
in either MS doc (but not docx) or pdf formats (about 5 to 7
pages - single space, font size of 10 to 12). All reasonable
typesetting formats are acceptable (later, the authors of accepted
papers will be asked to follow a particular typesetting format to
prepare their final papers for publication.) Papers must not have
been previously published or currently submitted for publication
The first page of the paper should include: title of the paper,
name, affiliation, postal address, and email address for each
author. The first page should also identify the name of the Contact
Author and a maximum of 5 topical keywords that would best
represent the content of the paper. Finally, the name of the
conference (ie, ICOMP) that the paper is being submitted for
consideration must be stated on the first page.

The length of the final/Camera-Ready papers (if accepted) will be
limited to 7 (two-column IEEE style) pages.

Each paper will be peer-reviewed by two experts in the field for
originality, significance, clarity, impact, and soundness. In cases
of contradictory recommendations, a member of the conference
program committee will be charged to make the final decision
(accept/reject) - often, this would involve seeking help from
additional referees by using a double-blinded review process. In
addition, all papers whose authors included a member of the
conference program committee will be evaluated using the
double-blinded review process. (Essay/philosophical papers will
not be refereed but may be considered for discussion/panels).

All proceedings of WORLDCOMP will be published and indexed in:
Inspec / IET / The Institute for Engineering & Technology,
DBLP / CS Bibliography, and others. The printed proceedings
will be available for distribution on site at the conference.
In the past, all tracks of the federated congress have also been
included in EI Compendex/Elsevier.


The members of the Steering Committee of The 2010 congress included:
Dr. Selim Aissi (Chief Strategist, Intel Corporation, USA);
Prof. Hamid Arabnia (ISIBM Fellow & Professor, University of Georgia;
Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in
Biomedicine; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Supercomputing, Springer;
Advisory Board, IEEE TC on Scalable Computing); Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy
(Member, National Academy of Engineering, IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow,
Professor; University of California, Berkeley, USA); Prof. Hyunseung
Choo (ITRC Director of Ministry of Information & Communication;
Director, ITRC; Director, Korea Information Processing Society;
Assoc. Editor, ACM Transactions on Internet Technology; Professor,
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea); Prof. Winston Wai-Chi Fang (IEEE
Fellow, TSMC Distinguished Chair Professor, National ChiaoTung
University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, ROC); Prof. Andy Marsh (Director HoIP,
Secretary-General WABT; Vice-president ICET and ICMCC, Visiting
Professor, University of Westminster, UK); Dr. Rahman Tashakkori
(Director, S-STEM NSF Supported Scholarship Program and NSF Supported
AUAS, Appalachian State U., USA); Prof. Layne T. Watson (IEEE Fellow,
NIA Fellow, ISIBM Fellow, Fellow of The National Institute of Aerospace,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA); and
Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh (Member, National Academy of Engineering; IEEE
Fellow, ACM Fellow, AAAS Fellow, AAAI Fellow, IFSA Fellow; Director,
BISC; Professor, University of California, Berkeley, USA).
The list of Program Committee of ICOMP 2010 appears at:

The ICOMP 2011 program committee is currently being compiled.
Many who have already joined the committee are renowned leaders,
scholars, researchers, scientists and practitioners of the highest
ranks; many are directors of research labs., members of National
Academy of Engineering, fellows of various societies, heads/chairs
of departments, program directors of research funding agencies,
deans and provosts as well as members of chapters of World Academy
of Science.


Ashu M. G. Solo
BCS Fellow (British Computer Society)
Principal/R&D Engineer, Maverick Technologies America Inc.
Intelligent Systems Instructor, Trailblazer Intelligent Systems, Inc.


ICOMP conference is an important track of a federated research
conference. It is being held jointly (same location and dates)
with a number of other research conferences (WORLDCOMP).
WORLDCOMP is the largest annual gathering of researchers in computer
science, computer engineering and applied computing. We anticipate
to have 2,000 or more attendees from over 85 countries.

WORLDCOMP 2011 will be composed of research presentations, keynote
lectures, invited presentations, tutorials, panel discussions,
and poster presentations. In recent past, keynote/tutorial/panel
speakers have included: Prof. David A. Patterson (pioneer/
architecture, U. of California, Berkeley), Dr. K. Eric Drexler
(known as Father of Nanotechnology), Prof. John H. Holland (known
as Father of Genetic Algorithms; U. of Michigan), Prof. Ian Foster
(known as Father of Grid Computing; U. of Chicago & ANL),
Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy (pioneer/VR, U. of California, Berkeley),
Prof. Barry Vercoe (Founding member of MIT Media Lab, MIT),
Dr. Jim Gettys (known as X-man, developer of X Window System,
xhost; OLPC), Prof. John Koza (known as Father of Genetic
Programming, Stanford U.), Prof. Brian D. Athey (NIH Program
Director, U. of Michigan), Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna (pioneer,
U. of Southern California), Dr. Jose L. Munoz (NSF Program Director
and Consultant), Prof. Jun Liu (Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard U.),
Prof. Lotfi A. Zadeh (Father of Fuzzy Logic), Dr. Firouz Naderi
(Head, NASA Mars Exploration Program/2000-2005 and Associate
Director, Project Formulation & Strategy, Jet Propulsion Lab,
CalTech/NASA), and many other distinguished speakers. To get a
feeling about the conferences' atmosphere, see the 2010 delegates
photos available at: www.pixagogo.com/1676934789

An important mission of WORLDCOMP is "Providing a unique platform
for a diverse community of constituents composed of scholars,
researchers, developers, educators, and practitioners. The Congress
makes concerted effort to reach out to participants affiliated with
diverse entities (such as: universities, institutions, corporations,
government agencies, and research centers/labs) from all over the
world. The congress also attempts to connect participants from
institutions that have teaching as their main mission with those
who are affiliated with institutions that have research as their
main mission. The congress uses a quota system to achieve its
institution and geography diversity objectives."

One main goal of the congress is to assemble a spectrum of
affiliated research conferences, workshops, and symposiums into
a coordinated research meeting held in a common place at a common
time. This model facilitates communication among researchers in
different branches of computer science, computer engineering,
and applied computing. The Congress also encourages multi-disciplinary
and inter-disciplinary research initiatives; ie, facilitating
increased opportunities for cross-fertilization across sub-disciplines.

According to "Microsoft Academic Search" (a Microsoft initiative)
all tracks of WORLDCOMP are listed as worldwide "Top-ranked
Conferences" (based on various metrics but mainly based on the
number of citations). You can access "Microsoft Academic Search" to
extract citation data for each individual track of worldcomp using
the following link: http://academic.research.microsoft.com/
As of March 4, 2011, the papers published in the proceeedings have
received 14,385 citations which is a higher citation than many
reputable journals in computer science.
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