Welcome to the 10th CyberC, Zhengzhou, October 18 - 20, 2018 China!
Call for Paper
CyberC – International Conference on Cyber-enabled distributed computing and knowledge discovery – is to promote research and collaboration on the cyber-related technology.
Paper submission deadline has been extended to July 20, 2018.
Please submit your paper to email Papers@cyberc.org with a title of "CyberC 2018 Submission".
CyberC continues the research scopes including the Cyber-enabled big data and knowledge discovery, distributed and parallel computing, clouds, cyber security, pervasive computing, mobile computing, Internet of Thing, wireless networks, cognitive systems, wireless communications, cyber physical systems, information discovery, e-health via cyber network, e-science, web technology, and cyber apps and tools.
Professor meets a Scientist at Cyberc 2017
This is an interview video between Dr. Chih-Lin I, Chief Scientist, Wireless Technologies, China Mobile Research Institute, and Pro. Anup Kumar, University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Dr. Chih-Lin I attended CyberC for years and she presented a keynote speech on the topic of SDN/NFV via SBA&CUDU, which has been charted out as a revolutionary path towards future 5G. Prof. Kumar has given a talk of Access Control Security – Why and How Access Control Policies are Tested and Verified? You can find their PPT at the Keynote page.
All accepted and presented papers (CyberC and the co-hosted workshops) will be published in a Proceeding by IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services. These papers will be collected in IEEE Xplore and further scheduled to EI, Dblp, Google Scholars, SCOPUS, and other IEEE abstract and index partners (e.g., INSPEC, Thomson Reuters’ Web of Science). You can find our all publications recorded in the past 9 years.
The 10th CyberC focuses on all aspects of distributed computing, communications, security, knowledge mining, and mobile, including but not limited to:
Big Data and Information Discovery
Mobile Computing, Internet of Things
Cloud, Apps and Services, and their Security
Wireless Communications and Networks (5G, Sensor, Cognitive Networks, Mesh, etc.)
Security for Networks, Communications, Applications, Collaborations
Parallel and Distributed Computing
Zhengzhou is a historic Capital city in China.
CyberC 2018 will include five workshops:
Big Data 2018: The 5th International Workshop on Big Data
Security 2018: The 6th workshop on Cyber Security and Privacy
AIL 2018: The 1st workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Learning
IOT 2018: The 2st International Workshop on Internet of Things and Future Communication Technologies
Smart Sensor Network: The 6th workshop on Smart Cities Enabling Technologies