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##################### ATC-08 Call For Papers ######################
The 5th International Conference on Autonomic and Trusted Computing
- Bring Safe, Self-x and Organic Computing Systems into Reality -
University of Stavanger and Oslo University College, Norway
Technical Sponsorship by the IEEE Task Force on Intelligent Ubiquitous
Oslo, Norway, June 23-25, 2008
Computing systems including hardware, software, communication and
networks are growing dramatically in both scale and heterogeneity,
becoming overly complex. Such complexity is getting even more
critical with the ubiquitous permeation of embedded devices and
other pervasive systems. To cope with the growing and ubiquitous
complexity, Autonomic Computing (AC) focuses on self-manageable
computing and communication systems that exhibit self-awareness,
self-configuration, self-optimization, self-healing,
self-protection and other self-x operations to the maximum extent
possible without human intervention or guidance. Organic Computing
(OC) additionally emphasizes natural-analogue concepts like
self-organization and controlled emergence.
Any autonomic or organic system must be trustworthy to avoid the
risk of losing control and retain confidence that the system will
not fail. Trust and/or distrust relationships in the Internet and
in pervasive infrastructures are key factors to enable dynamic
interaction and cooperation of various users, systems and services.
Trusted/Trustworthy Computing (TC) aims at making computing and
communication systems as well as services available, predictable,
traceable, controllable, assessable, sustainable, dependable,
persist-able, security/privacy protect-able, etc.
A series of grand challenges exist to achieve practical
self-manageable autonomic systems with truly trustworthy services.
ATC-08 addresses the most innovative research and development in
these challenging areas and includes all technical aspects related
to autonomic/organic computing (AC/OC) and trusted computing (TC).
ATC-08 is a successor of the First Int'l Workshop on Trusted and
Autonomic Ubiquitous and Embedded Systems (TAUES-05, Japan), the
Int'l Workshop on Trusted and Autonomic Computing Systems (TACS-06,
Austria), the 3rd International Conference on Autonomic and Trusted
Computing (ATC-06, China), and the 4th International Conference on
Autonomic and Trusted Computing (ATC-07, Hong Kong).
Topics include but are not limited to the following:
- AC/OC Theory and Models
Nervous/organic models, negotiation, cooperation,
competition, self-organization, emergence, etc.
- AC/OC Architectures and Systems
Autonomic elements & their relationship, frameworks,
middleware, observer/controller architectures, etc.
- AC/OC Components and Modules
Memory, storage, database, device, server, proxy,
software, OS, I/O, etc.
- AC/OC Communication and Services
Networks, self-organized net, web service, grid,
P2P, semantics, agent, transaction, etc.
- AC/OC Tools and Interfaces
Tools/interfaces for AC/OC system development,
test, monitoring, assessment, supervision, etc.
- Trust Models and Specifications
Models and semantics of trust, distrust, mistrust,
over-trust, cheat, risk, reputation, reliability, etc.
- Trust-related Security and Privacy
Trust-related secure architecture, framework, policy,
intrusion detection/awareness, protocols, etc.
- Trusted Reliable and Dependable Systems
Fault-tolerant systems, hardware redundancy,
robustness, survivable systems, failure recovery, etc.
- Trustworthy Services and Applications
Trustworthy Internet/web/grid/P2P e-services,
secured mobile services, novel applications, etc.
- Trust Standards and Non-Technical Issues
Trust standards and issues related to personality,
ethics, sociology, culture, psychology, economy, etc.
== IMPORTANT DATES =
Submission Deadline: January 05, 2008
Authors Notification: March 05, 2008
Final Manuscript Due: April 05, 2008
== ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION =
Prepare your paper according to the LNCS style maximum 15 pages in
PDF file. Submit your paper(s) at the ATC-08 submission site:
== PAPER PUBLICATION =
Accepted papers are planned to be published by Lecture Note in
Computer Science (LNCS). The page limit of the final camera-ready
paper will be announced in the paper acceptance notification. At
least one of authors of an accepted paper is required to register
and present their work at the conference; otherwise the paper will
be removed from the digital library after the conference.
Distinguished papers, after further revisions, will be published in
special issues of the Journal of Autonomic and Trusted Computing
(JoATC), the International Journal of High Performance Computing
and Networking (IJHPCN), and the International Journal on Autonomous
and Adaptive Communications Systems (IJAACS).
== INDUSTRIAL TRACK =
Please go to http://www.ux.uis.no/atc08/industrial.html for
Industrial Track's Call for Presentations
== Organizing Committees =
Chunming Rong, University of Stavanger, Norway
Jianying Zhou, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
Frode Eika Sandnes, Oslo University College, Norway
Martin Gilje Jaatun, SINTEF, Norway
Xiaolin (Andy) Li, Oklahoma State University, USA
Geng Yang, Nanjing University of Post & Telecommunications, China
Program Vice Chairs
Tadashi Dohi, Hiroshima University, Japan
Hein Meling, University of Stavanger, Norway
Jean-Marc Seigneur, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Stephen R. Tate, University of North Texas, USA
Christian Muller-Schloer, University of Hannover, Germany
Tosiyasu L. Kunii, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
Javier Lopez, University of Malaga, Spain
Jianhua Ma (Chair), Hosei University, Japan
Laurence T. Yang (Chair), St. Francis Xavier University, Canada
Hai Jin, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China
Jeffrey J.P. Tsai, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Theo Ungerer, University of Augsburg, Germany
International Advisory Committee
Jiannong Cao, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Chin-Chen Chang, Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Jingde Cheng, Saitama University, Japan
Zhong Chen, Peking University, China
Petre Dini, Cisco Systems, USA
Jadwiga Indulska, University of Queensland, Australia
Victor C.M. Leung, University of British Columbia, Canada
David Ogle, IBM, USA
Manish Parashar, Rutgers University, USA
Franz J. Rammig, University of Paderborn, Germany
Omer F. Rana, Cardiff University, UK
Kouichi Sakurai, Kyushu University, Japan
Hartmut Schmeck, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Xinmei Wang, Xidian University, China
Stephen S. Yau, Arizona State University, USA
Mazin Yousif, Intel, USA
Bjarne E. Helvik, Norwegian University of Science & Technology
Bin Xiao, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Erik Hjelm=C3=A5s, Gj=C3=B8vik University College, Norway
Jinhua Guo, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA
Ting-Wei Hou, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Jan Newmarch, Monash University, Australia
Fangguo Zhang, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
International Liaison Chairs
Ho-Fung Leung, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Yi Mu, University of Wollongong, Australia
Benno Overeinder, Vrije University, The Netherlands
Nguyen Huu Thanh, Hanoi University of Technology, Vietnam
Huaglory Tianfield, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
George Yee, National Research Council, Canada
Industrial Track Chairs
Leif Nilsen, Thales Norway
Josef Noll, Unik/Movation, Norway
Tony Li Xu, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada
Son Thanh Nguyen, University of Stavanger, Norway
Kari Anne Haaland, University of Stavanger, Norway
Web Administration Chairs
Son Thanh Nguyen, University of Stavanger, Norway
See ATC-08 web site: http://www.ux.uis.no/atc08/
Further questions, please contact with
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