[MoMoBangalore] ACM Compute 2008 Call for Papers

kallol borah
Fri Jun 8 16:43:29 IST 2007

*                 ACM Compute 2008 Call for Papers*

Organized by ACM Bangalore Chapter,

To be held in Indian Institute of Science

& The Taj West End, Bangalore, India, 18th - 20th January 2008.

Conference Webpage accessible from  http://www.acmbangalore.org

*Important Dates *

Paper Submissions Due: August 15, 2007
Notification of Acceptance: November 1, 2007
Camera Ready Versions Due: December 1, 2007
Conference: January 18-20, 2008


It is now widely recognized that computer science is moving beyond the
academia into the business domain, more specifically into the enterprise
computing space. The aim of this multi-track conference is to bring together
researchers, practitioners, technology market movers, and thought leaders,
with a view to advance the state of the art, and the state of the practice
in applied areas of computer science, with focus on enterprise computing.
The specific focus areas of computer science, relevant in the enterprise
context, are being considered.


1.        Software Services Engineering

Papers invited in the broad areas of :

a.        Business process Management:  Languages, process management,
process mining, process monitoring, workflows, process improvement

b.        Event Driven Architectures, Complex Event Processing

c.        Service Oriented Architectures, standards, Web services, Semantic

d.        Software quality and quantitative measures (real-time, response,

e.        Software Architecture - Software factories, Pattern oriented
software architecture, ADLs, Enterprise Architecture formalisms

f.         Service Identification Approaches, Process-service linkage

g.        Contemporary Software engineering, global software development

h.       Software as a service, Composite Applications, Web based
collaborative software development, e-services

i.         Web N.0 - Participative architectures, Semantic Web,

j.         Software Non-functional requirements including security, policy,
privacy, maintainability

2.        High Performance Computing

Papers invited in the broad areas of :

a.        Scientific and Business needs and challenges

b.        Multi-core architectures

c.        Next Gen Data Centers

d.        Grid computing

e.        Autonomic computing

f.         Virtualization

g.        High Speed Networks

3.        Information Management

Papers invited in the broad areas of :

a.        Data Warehousing/Business Intelligence

b.        Information retrieval/storage/query

c.        Data/text mining

d.        Information Virtualization

e.        Next generation Query Optimization/Processing

f.         Graphics

g.        Gaming

h.       Computational intelligence -intelligent agents, learning

4.        Pervasive Computing

Papers invited in the broad areas of :

a.        Multi-modal computing

b.        Sensor networks

c.        Enterprise mobility

d.        Field force automation and occasionally connected computing

e.        Mobile ad-hoc networking

f.         Ambient intelligence


Prof. R. K. Shyamasundar,

IBM Research labs, India

Email: Shyam AT tifr.res.in


Srinivas Padmanabhuni (SETlabs, Infosys, Bangalore)

Email: srinivas_p AT infosys.com

Kallol Borah (ACM Bangalore core committee)

Email: kborah AT acm.org


A K Ramani (School of Computer Science, Devi Ahilya University)

Ajit Rao ( Texas Instruments)

Basant Rajan (Symantec, Pune)

Biswajit Biswas (Tata Elxsi Ltd.)

Chandrakant Patel (HP Labs, Palo Alto)

D Janakiram (IIT Chennai)

Fausto  Giunchiglia (University of Trento, Italy)

G Siva Kumar (IIT Mumbai)

Gautam Shroff (TCS, India)

Gokulmuthu Narayanaswamy(Sonim Technologies, India)

Guruduth Banavar (IBM India Research labs, Bangalore)

H Mohanty (Univ of Hyd)

Hyeong-Seok Ko ( Seoul National University, Korea)

Krithi  Ramamritam (IIT Mumbai)

Manish Gupta (IBM, STG, Bangalore)

Manohar Chandwani (Institue of Engineering and Technology)

Michael Rosemann (Queensland Univ of Technology, Australia)

Paulo Traverso(IRST, Trento, Italy)

R Ramanujam (IMSc, Chennai)

Rajesh Gupta (UCSD, La Jolla)

Rajiv Gupta (Univ of Arizona)

Ravi Gorthi (SETLabs, Infosys, Bangalore)

S Agarwal (IIT Kanpur)

S Arun Kumar (IIT Delhi)

S. Ramesh (GM Research, Bangalore)

S Sriram Rajamani (Microsoft Research, Bangalore)

Subashish Choudhary (IIT Mumbai)

Umesh Dayal (HP Labs, Palo Alto)

Vineet Gupta( Tata Elxsi Ltd.)

Y Narahari (IISc, Bangalore)

Y T Lee, (ACM SIGGRAPH Singapore Chapter)


Authors are asked to submit original, unpublished research papers that are
not being considered for publication in any other forum. The authors can
submit upto a maximum of 8 ACM conference pages (about 4000 words). The
conference format specifications and templates can be found at:
http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html  At least one author is
required to attend the conference and present the paper. A single volume of
proceedings encompassing papers in all the tracks will be published. Papers
to be submitted via the online submission system accessible from the page of
the conference on the site http://www.acmbangalore.org


Paper Submissions Due: August 15, 2007
Notification of Acceptance: November 1, 2007
Camera Ready Versions Due: December 1, 2007
Conference: January 18-20, 2008

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