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EXTENDED Submission deadline for Research/Industry papers
Abstract: March 1, 2010
Full paper: March 8, 2010
Call for Contributions - DEBS 2010
4th ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems (DEBS)
sponsored by ACM SIGSOFT and SIGMOD and in cooperation with EPTS
July 12-15, 2010, King's College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Abstract submission: ***Mar 1, 2010***
Research/industry paper submission: ***March 8, 2010***
Tutorial proposal submission: March 1, 2010
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The extended deadline of submitting ICWS 2010 Research Track Papers is approaching:
2/28/2010 (the coming Sunday)
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The 8th IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2010)
http://conferences.computer.org/icws/2010/ or http://icws.org
July 5-10, 2010, Miami, FL, USA
Theme: Innovations for Web-based Services
Celebrating the 2010 IEEE Congress on Services!
ICWS 2010 Submission Site is Open:
IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Services Computing (http://tab.computer.org/tcsc)
*************************************** NEWS **********************
Call For Papers: IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (TSC, http://computer.org/tsc). Special theme issues from ICWS 2010 will be published in TSC.
A final final deadline extension!
One thing you may not have noticed is that this is the first
GATE-meets-UIMA meeting - should be an interesting mix! Please feel
free to send short papers about new work, discussion points etc.
******************* Final Call for Papers ********************
*** NEW: Submission deadline extended to February 26, 2010 ***
Final Call for Papers (2nd Extended Deadline)
New Challenges for NLP Frameworks, a workshop at LREC 2010
22 May 2010, La Valleta, Malta
Natural language processing frameworks like GATE and UIMA have
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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Fifth International Workshop on Automation of Software Test
Cape Town, South Africa, 3-4 May 2010
part of ACM/IEEE ICSE 2010 (http://www.sbs.co.za/ICSE2010)
Special Theme Charette Discussion: Integration Testing
Special Session: Business and Industrial Case Studies
Early registration: Until 28 February 2010
Late and Onsite Registration: After 28 February 2010
Workshop dates: 3-4 May 2010
In software development practice, testing often accounts for as much as
50% of the total development effort. It is therefore imperative to
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-- CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadline for submissions (new date): 15 March 2010 --
IADIS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE INFORMATICS 2010
Freiburg, Germany, 26 - 28 July 2010
part of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS 2010)
Freiburg, Germany 26 - 31 July 2010
* Keynote Speaker (confirmed):
Dr. Sven Rizotti, University of Basel, Switzerland
* Conference background and goals
The IADIS Informatics 2010 shall host fundamental topics on Informatics. In addition, its scope is not just limited to fundamental theory, but it should also cover the impact of Informatics on society and human life,
and it shall furthermore complement theory foundations with technical considerations and practice.
* Format of the Conference
The conference will comprise of invited talks and oral presentations. The proceedings of the conference will be published in the form of a book and CD-ROM with ISBN, and will be available also in the IADIS Digital Library (accessible on-line).
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Second IEEE Workshop on Information & Software as Services (WISS'10)
(Collocated with 2010 IEEE International
Conference on Data Engineering in Long Beach, CA, USA)
Workshop date: March 1, 2010 (Monday)
Workshop web site: http://www.sap.com/china/about/ocs/en/wiss10/wiss10.htm
Registration site: http://www.icde2010.org/index.php/registration
Workshop general chair:
+ Divyakant Agrawal (UC, Santa Barbara) email@example.com
Workshop program co-chairs:
+ K. Selcuk Candan (Arizona State University) firstname.lastname@example.org
+ Wen-Syan Li (SAP Technology Lab, China) email@example.com
Navigating the American Carbon World 2010
Navigating the American Carbon World 2010, April 14 16, 2010, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA, http://www.nacw2010.org
Organized by Point Carbon, Climate Action Registry and the International Emissions Trading Association
Taking place April 14-16, 2010 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Navigating the American Carbon World: New Direction for Climate Action is the years first major conference to take a comprehensive look at the status of climate policy in 2010 and how climate initiatives will move forward with or without new policy. It brings together leaders from business, government and environmental organizations the key and diverse sectors that all play critical roles in the carbon world. Discussion topics cover the pertinent and highly-debated issues that will shape this years carbon landscape, including federal, regional and state level regulatory developments and the UN climate change conference in Mexico City.
Navigating the American Carbon World (NACW) 2010 is jointly organized by the Climate Action Reserve, Point Carbon and International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). For more information on the event, please visit www.nacw2010.org.
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In conjunction with faculty at Memorial University and Georgia State University, this message is a second announcement for a globally-accessible, eight-hour, academic, live, synchronous, 'hands on,' interactive, audio- and video-supported online workshop on covariance-based structural equation modeling (CB-SEM) using the open source R system for statistical computing on March 26-27 @ 12 Noon - 4PM EST (GMT-5). The workshop combines 'how-to' instruction on CB-SEM techniques at both the introductory and more advanced levels with numerous live, 'hands on' exercises and associated data sets. Faculty and students are invited to attend. No travel is necessary to participate.
The presenter is Joerg Evermann, an associate professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's Canada. Dr. Evermann has presented similar workshops and relevant papers at the ACIS, AMCIS and ICIS International conferences, as well as published in numerous academic journals.
The registration fee for faculty/practitioners is $250 USD and for students $175 USD (using the discount code 'student4' when registering). There is much more information about the: (1) workshop (including a detailed outline and the approximate workshop slides); (2) workshop costs/policies; and (3) workshop instructor at the registration site:
(please copy and paste url into browser address bar).
In addition to participating in the live workshop, participants also receive: (1) all workshop slides, materials, 'hands-on' exercises and data sets; (2) the open source R statistical software to use with their own data and research projects; (3) relevant citations and other literature; and (4) complete audio- and video- recordings of the workshop sessions (available at no extra charge for an extended period after the workshop is concluded).
The workshop is presented using the award-winning Elluminate Live ! eDistance learning platform. All that is required to participate is a fast, reliable Internet connection (not dial-up) and a set of inexpensive headphones with a microphone. There is no cost for participants to use the Elluminate Live ! platform. This live, interactive workshop is available from any location on Earth.
Questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
. There is also more information available at pls-sem.com (please copy and paste url).
Geoffrey S. Hubona
Computer Information Systems
J. Mack Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Special Session -- First Call For Papers
Tools and techniques for effective creation and exploitation of biodiversity knowledge
10th September 2010
Cardiff University (Wales, UK)
To be held in association with the KES 2010 conference.
Special session home page:
KES 2010 home page:
Biodiversity is an issue of major current concern, for example because of the problem of continued biodiversity loss. Tools and techniques are increasingly emerging to support taxonomists as they describe, classify and re-classify organisms; to help biodiversity researchers to carry out their tasks (e.g. recording, monitoring and modelling species distributions; predicting the effect of climate change on species distribution, etc.), and to make biodiversity knowledge available to others not necessarily directly involved in biodiversity research such as bioinformaticians who need to have a reliable label to assign to sequence data that they have collected.
Submissions are invited from researchers developing techniques, tools and systems to assist in the effectiveness with which tasks such as these can be carried out. Specific relevant technical issues include:
- achieving interoperation in an interdisciplinary setting
* CALBS 2010 - CALL FOR PAPERS *
* Invited Session on Context-Aware Location-Based Services *
* Washington, D.C., USA, June 23 2010 *
In conjunction with the 1st Int. Con. on Computing for Geospatial
Research and Application (COM.geo 2010) http://www.com-geo.org.
* 15 March: Submission Deadline
* 30 March: Author's Notification
* 19 April: Camera-ready copy due
* 23 June: Invited Session
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CFP-AMCIS 2010 Minitrack on Education and Training in Virtual Worlds
You are invited to submit papers to the AMCIS 2010 Mini-track:
Education and Training in Virtual Worlds, to be held August 12-15,
2010 in Lima, Peru.
Virtual worlds present new platforms for enhancing education and
training. With abilities to simulate the physical world or build
entirely new worlds, new approaches to learning abound. The rich
environment lends itself to providing interactive experiences such
that hands-on learning activities can be conducted and a constructive
learning approach taken. Also, the essence of a shared space opens up
new avenues for collaborative and social learning. Educators and
organizations are expanding their traditional approaches to training,
learning, and knowledge transfer to capitalize on the new
opportunities and the unique aspects that abound with virtual worlds.
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2010 international conference on bioinformatics, computational biology, genomics and chemoinformatics (BCBGC 2010)Mon, 22/02/2010 - 8:00am | by daniel
You are cordially invited to join us for SBP10 - 2010 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral Modeling, and Prediction during March 30-31 at Natcher Conference Center, NIH Campus, Bethesda, Maryland. Attendance at the conference, pre-conference tutorials and post-conference workshop is free. Deadline for Hotel reservation at group rates is Feb 28th, 2010, subject to availability. More information on hotel reservation is available at the following link, http://sbp.asu.edu/sbp2010/venue.html
NOTE that due to the popularity of SBP10 events, most of the pre-conference tutorials and the post-conference workshop are now full. However, we encourage you to add your name to the waiting list and we will contact you if a spot opens up. There are still seats available for the conference and poster session on March 30-31.
A draft conference agenda and other details are available at: http://sbp.asu.edu/sbp2010/sbp10.html
SBP10 Registration: http://sbp.asu.edu/sbp2010/registration.html
Travel and hotel information: http://sbp.asu.edu/sbp2010/venue.html
SBP10 Organizing and Program Committees