[hpc-announce] Call for Technical Papers ICAC 2019

Mina Sedaghat mina.sedaghat at ericsson.com
Mon Nov 26 01:50:37 CST 2018

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Call for Technical Papers ICAC 2019

The 16th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC) is held in Umeå, Sweden,
on June 16 - 20, 2019, as part of the Foundations and Applications of Self* Systems (FAS* 2019).
ICAC is the leading conference on autonomic computing techniques, foundations, and applications.

Important dates
Workshop proposal deadline: Dec 14, 2018
Abstract and paper submission: Feb 01, 2019
Paper submission deadline: Feb 08, 2019
Author notification: April 08, 2019
Camera ready: April 20, 2019


  *   Fundamental theory of autonomic computing
  *   Algorithms, artificial intelligence, biological-inspired techniques, control theory, machine learning, operation research, probability and stochastic processes, queueing theory, rule-based systems, and socially-inspired techniques
  *   Formal models and analysis of self-management, emergent behavior, uncertainty, self-organization, self-awareness, and trustworthiness
Autonomic Cloud Computing

  *   Self-managing cloud services
  *   Cloud workload characterization and prediction
  *   Hypervisors, operating systems, middleware, and platforms for self-managing data centers and cloud infrastructures
  *   Monitoring, modeling and analysis of cloud resources and services
  *   Autonomic aspects of combining cloud computing with fog and edge computing
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT)

  *   System architectures, services, middleware, and protocols for CPS and IoT
  *   Energy, real-time, and mobility management
  *   Design principles, methodologies, and tools for CPS and IoT
  *   Self-organization under severe resource constraints
  *   Applications and case studies of autonomic CPS and IoT
  *   Sensing and computing/storage/networking/power/cooling resource adaptation
Self-Organization and Organic Computing

  *   Self-organization principles and organic computing principles borrowed from systems theory, control theory, game theory, decision theory, social theories, biological theories, etc.
  *   Self-organization, emergent behavior, decentralized control, individual and social/organizational learning, scalability, robustness, goal- and norm-governed behavior, online self-integration for trustworthy self-organizing and organic systems
  *   Infrastructures and architectures for self-organizing systems and organic computing systems
  *   Applications and case studies for self-organization and organic computing
Emerging Computing Paradigms: Cognitive Computing, Self-Aware Computing

  *   Advanced learning for cognitive computing such as hyperparameter tuning, meta-cognitive learning, self-regulatory learning, consciousness and cognition in learning, collaborative / competitive learning, and online / sequential learning
  *   Architectures, control, algorithmic approaches, instrumentation, and infrastructure for cognitive computing and self-aware systems
  *   Cognitive computing and self-awareness in heterogeneous and decentralized systems
  *   Applications and case studies for social networks, big data systems, deep learning systems, games, and artificial assistants, cognitive robots, and systems with self-awareness and self-expression
Software Engineering for Autonomic Computing Systems: Architecture, Specifications, Assurances

  *   Design methodology, frameworks, principles, infrastructures, and tools for development and assurances for autonomic computing systems
  *   System architectures, services, components and platforms broadly applicable for autonomic computing system engineering
  *   Goal specification and policies, modeling of service-level agreements, behavior enforcement, IT governance, and business-driven IT management
  *   Applications and case studies for software engineering approaches for autonomic computing systems
Cross-cutting Themes

  *   Resource management
  *   Applications and case studies of end-to-end design and implementation of systems for resource and performance management
  *   Autonomics for extreme scales, e.g., peta/exa-computing

Further information also on http://icac2019.cs.umu.se/

ICAC 2019 is co-located and has some shared activities with The 13th IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO 2019).



Mina Sedaghat
Experienced Researcher

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