Application of Cloud Computing in the public sector can lead to significant energy and costs savings. The main reason for energy inefficiency of local solutions is underutilization. Cloud Computing by achieving a higher utilization rate and the pay-as-you-go model is a promising approach for reduction of both energy consumption and costs. The public sector is especially important because on the one hand it represents a big part of the economy and on the other hand it serves as a role model for other sectors.
The special track on Cloud Computing for the Public Sector (CCPS 2011) at ICT-GLOW is intended to gather researchers and practitioners with an interest in this area to present and discuss latest developments. CCPS 2011 invites submissions from researchers and developers as well as application scientists in the areas related to Cloud technology for the public sector.
Topics of interest include but not limited to:
- Deployment models
- Political, legal and organizational aspects of Cloud Computing for the public sector
- Risk management
- Economics of Cloud Computing
- Energy saving analysis of Cloud Computing for the public sector
- Cost, risks and challenges of operation and migration
- Data protection
- Data privacy
- Data security
- The role of government
Rajkumar Buyya, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Wichian Chutimaskul, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
Federico Etro, University of Venice, Italy
Wojciech Cellary, Technical University of Poznan, Poland
Paul T. Jaeger, University of Maryland, USA
Wolfgang Kabelka, Bundesrechenzentrum, Austria
Herbert Leitold, E-Government Innovation Center, Austria
Jürgen Mangler, University of Vienna, Austria
Siani Pearson, HP Labs, UK
Anthony Sulistio, High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), Germany
Nick Amirreza Tahamtan, Vienna University of Technology, Austria (Co-chair)
Stefan Tai, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Edgar Weippl, Secure Business Austria, Austria
- Submission Deadline:
25 March, 2011 04 April, 2011 (Extended Firm Deadline)
- Notification of acceptance: 13 May, 2011
- Camera-Ready copy of accepted papers due: 10 June, 2011
- Conference: August 29 - September 2, 2011
Paper Submission Details
Authors are invited to electronically submit original research contributions or experience reports in English.
Submissions can be made directly to the special track using our submission system.
Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
- The submitted manuscript should closely reflect the final paper as it will appear in the Proceedings.
- The submitted manuscript must be submitted in pdf in LNCS format (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
- The length of submitted manuscripts should not exceed 15 pages.
- Any submission that significantly exceeds length limits or deviates from formatting requirements may be rejected without review.
Duplicate submissions are not allowed. Authors are expected to agree to the following terms: "I understand that the paper being submitted must not overlap substantially with any other paper that I am a co-author of and that is currently submitted elsewhere. Furthermore, previously published papers with any overlap are cited prominently in this submission."
Duplicate submissions will be rejected immediately without review. Questions about this policy or how it applies to your work should be directed to the session co-chair.
Nick Amirreza Tahamtan (Co-Chair)
Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems
Information & Software Engineering Group
A-1040 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 (1) 588 01 - 18862
Fax: +43 (1) 588 01 - 18899