[hpc-announce] 1st CFP GECON 2022- 19h Intl. Conf. on Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems and Services, 13-15 September

Jose Angel Bañares banares at unizar.es
Wed Mar 30 02:37:06 CDT 2022

19th International Conference on
        Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems & Services
13-15. September 2022, Izola Slovenia
Springer LNCS Proceedings
Fast Track for several Journals in Computer Systems and E-Commerce

First Call for
- full papers,
- short papers (work-in-progress papers),
- special topic sessions,
- tutorials, and for
- poster presentations.

GECON 2022 builds upon the very successful tradition of the
conference previous editions (http://www.gecon-conference.org)
since 2003. GECON solicits contributions that are
interdisciplinary, combining business and economic aspects
with engineering and computer science related themes.

/Important Deadlines/
- Special topic session proposal deadline: May 1st, 2022
- Tutorial proposal deadline: May 1st, 2022

- Paper abstract submission deadline: June 1st, 2022
- Full Paper submission deadline: June 7th, 2022
- Short Paper submission deadline: June 7th, 2022

- Notification of acceptance of papers: July 19th, 2022
- Camera Ready deadline: July 26th, 2022

- Poster Submission deadline: August  2nd, 2022

/Topics of Interest/

As a global market for infrastructures, platforms, and
software services emerge, the need to understand and deal with
its implications and its interdisciplinary challenges is
quickly growing. To address this, GECON encourages the
submission of papers, which combine at least one
economic/legal area and one technologic area. GECON list of
areas includes but is not limited to:

    Trustworthiness of services
    Ecosystem economics
    Incentive design, strategic behavior & game theory
    Market mechanisms, auctions models, and bidding languages
    Economic efficiency
    Techno-economic analysis and modelling
    Pricing schemes and revenue models
    Preemptible computing
    Metering, accounting, and billing
    Cost-benefit analysis
    Automated trading and bidding support tools
    Trust, reputation, security, and risk management
    Performance monitoring, optimization, and prediction
    Economics of Open Data
    Trustworthiness and Assurances for Quality of Data
    Economic impact of distributed storage solutions
    Energy efficiency
    Business models and strategies
    Decision support

-Law and Legal Aspects-
    Standardization, interoperability, and legal aspects
    Service level Agreements (SLAs)
    Negotiation, monitoring, and enforcement
    Governance of ecosystems

-Clouds, Grids, Systems and Services-
    IaaS, SaaS, PaaS and Federation of resources
    Vertical scaling, burstable computing, vertical elasticity
    Resource management: allocation, sharing, and scheduling
    Capacity planning
    Virtualization and containers
    Service science, management and engineering (SSME)
    Software engineering

-Applications and Technologies Transforming the Economy-
    Smart grids, smart cities, and smart buildings
    Energy-aware infrastructures and services
    Fog, edge, cloud computing
    Micro-services, serverless computing
    AI-enabled computing continuum from Cloud to Edge
    Community networks
    Social networks
    Social computing
    Shared public infrastructures for knowledge exchange:
    (e.g. IPFS, Origin Trail, Decentralised Knowledge Graphs)
    Big data
    Reports on industry test-beds and operational markets
    Data stream ingestion and complex event processing
    Open source

/Publication and Submission Guidelines for Papers/

Original full papers and short papers (work-in-progress papers),
which are not currently under review by another conference, will
be considered. Manuscripts will be reviewed based on technical
merit, originality, and relevance. Past acceptance rates have
been around 30 per cent in recent years.

Full papers and short papers (work-in-progress papers) shall be
submitted using the Springer LNCS format. Submitted full papers
should not exceed 12 pages and WIP papers should not exceed 8
pages (including references and appendices). For further
details, visit the GECON 2022 web page (available near soon).

Paper submissions are managed through EasyChair at

The proceedings will be published by Springer LNCS.

Extended versions of up to 10 accepted papers in the Computer
Science field will be invited for publication in a special
issue of the
- Elsevier Journal of Future Generation Computing Systems.
For papers targeting mainly business and economic aspects, a
special issue of the
- Springer Electronic Markets Journal or the
- Elsevier Electronic Commerce Research and Applications
- Springer Electronic Commerce Research
with up to 15 papers is foreseen.

/Submission Guidelines for Special Topic Session Proposals/

GECON 2022 looks for proposals for special topic sessions. With
the objective of encouraging alternative forms of participation
that can increase the opportunity to discuss technical topics
and new ideas in a round table atmosphere, we solicit special
topic proposals.

The special topic sessions program seeks to provide venues for
specialist groups to meet, to generate focused discussion on
specific sub-areas within the economics of distributed systems,
and to engage in community-building activities. Special sessions
should provide a discussion forum for researchers in topics
related to topics of the conference, either on specific research
themes, or in emerging areas of research.

Special topic sessions can be used, for example, for giving the
opportunity to all participants to present intermediate/final
results of projects, finding partners to establish collaborative
research and innovation projects.

Special topic session proposals should describe briefly
objectives or purpose, importance of the topic, and strategies
to facilitate participation in the discussion.

The Special Topic session participants can write a joined
paper or submit individual papers for the conference proceedings.

/Submission Guidelines for Tutorial Proposals/

GECON 2022 looks for tutorial proposals on topics related to the
conference topics. The tutorials are supposed to give
PhD students an overview about existing concepts, challenges, and
future research directions.

Tutorial proposals should provide a title, an abstract, and a
table of content.

/Poster Submissions/

Poster presentations provide a unique opportunity for PhD
students and young researchers to present their ongoing work and
to receive constructive feedback from their peers as well as
experts in the field (including academics and practitioners) at
the GECON conference.

Authors of accepted full papers and short papers
(work-in-progress papers) are also welcome to present their work
in poster sessions, giving them a higher visibility then just giving a talk.

/Conference Organization/

Orna Agmon Ben-Yehuda (University of Haifa, Israel)
Jorn Altmann (Seoul National University, South-Korea)
Jose Angel Banares (Zaragoza University, Spain)
Karim Djemame (University of Leeds, UK)
Maurizio Naldi (Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta (LUMSA), Italy)
Vlado Stankovski (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Bruno Tuffin (Inria Rennes, France)
Kostas Tserpes (Harokopio University of Athens, Greece)

Contact for Questions: gecon2022 at easychair.org

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