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• IEEE Computer Society (Technically Co-Sponsored)
• IEEE Technical Committee on Simulation
• IEEE CS Task Force on Networked Mobile Systems
• Beijing Jiaotong University, China
• University of Louisville, USA
CyberC – International Conference on Cyber-enabled distributed computing and knowledge discovery –promotes research and development of the cyber-related technology. It is unique and significant that spans through cyber-enabled data mining and knowledge discovery, distributed and parallel computing, cyber security, cloud computing, pervasive computing, mobile computing, Internet, wireless networks, cognitive systems, cyber information process, information discovery, e-health via cyber network, e-science, web technology, and network performance and tools. The research and development in these areas have received extensive attention in both the academia and industry to provide ubiquitous services for users. Various hardware and software designs, algorithms, protocols, simulations, and test-bed, and implementations are developed for distributed computing in an interconnected and distributed network environment. The purpose of CyberC is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of innovative ideas, research results, applications and experience from around the world as well as highlight activities in the related areas.
CyberC has been held since 2009 and CyberC 2012 (the fourth CyberC) continues the aim to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of innovative ideas, research results, applications, and experience from around the world as well as highlight activities in the related areas. The conference focuses on all aspects of distributed computing and knowledge mining and their scientific, engineering, and commercial applications. Major topics including:
•Data Mining and Information Discovery
•Parallel and Distributed Computing
•Mobile and Internet Computing
•Cloud Computing and Escience
•Wireless Networks, QoS, and Applications (Mesh, 4G, Sensor, etc.)
•Performance and Tools in Distributed Computing
CyberC 2012 will include four workshops:
•E-Health Workshop 2012: The second workshop on Cyber Applications in Healthcare and Public Health Protection
•Cognitive Workshop 2012: The second workshop on Cognitive-Inspired Networks, Systems and Applications
•Security Workshop 2012: The first workshop on Security
•Smart Sensor Workshop 2012: The first Workshop on Smart Sensor Networks
CyberC 2011 attracted 380 submissions from 15 countries and regions. The three days of the symposium includes comprehensive topics in the area of cyber-enabled computing. Six keynotes are delivered in the morning of October 10 and 11 2011:
1.Large Scale Mobility Network Optimization and Data Mining, Presented by Dr. David Lu, AT&T, USA;
2.Huawei Strategy in Cloud Computing, Presented by RenJiankang from the Huawei Technologies, China;
3.Cloud Value – Think Again, Think Different, Presented by Dr. AlokSrivastava from Microsoft Corporation, USA;
4.Mobility Management in the Single-hop and Multi-hop Wireless Networks, Presented by Prof. Anup Kumar, University of Louisville, USA;
5.Towards Agent-based Cloud Commerce and Cloud Search Engine, Presented by Professor Ben Kwang-Mong SIM, from Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea;
6.QoS and Traffic Management for CDMA Networks, Presented by Dr. Fengyi Yang from China Telecom, China.
In the remaining days, CyberC 2011 had 10 program sessions: Distributed Control, Database, Data Ming and Algorithms; Network, Services, and Mobile Communication; Quality of Service and User Experience; System Management, Configuration, and Performance; Authentication, Key, Privacy and Reliability; Algorithm, Architecture and System; Design, Implementation, and System Management; Cloud Computing; Cognitive Radio; Healthcare Computing and Application.
As CyberC 2009, CyberC 2010, and CyberC 2011, all accepted and presented CyberC 2012 papers, including the all workshops' papers, will be published by IEEE Computer Society's Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and are included in the IEEE Xplore database. They will be further arranged for indexing through IEEE INSPEC, EI (Compendex), DBLP and Thomson ISI.