[ecoop-info] IEEE COMPSAC 2017 - Final Call for Papers (paper submission deadline extended to January 31st)

IEEE COMPSAC compsac at polito.it
Mon Jan 23 17:27:39 CET 2017

Dear Colleague,

please note that the paper submission deadline has been extended until 
January 31st, 2017.


Where: Turin, Italy. July 4–8, 2017

Paper submission deadline: January 31st, 2017

IEEE COMPSAC offers opportunities for recommending best papers for 
inclusions in IEEE publications 
for more details).

       COMPSAC (www.compsac.org) is the IEEE Computer Society Signature 
Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications. It is a major 
international forum for academia, industry, and government to discuss 
research results and advancements, emerging problems, and future trends 
in computer and software technologies and applications. The technical 
program includes keynote addresses, research papers, industrial case 
studies, plenary and specialized panels, fast abstracts, a doctoral 
symposium, poster sessions, and a number of workshops and tutorials on 
emerging and important topics. The theme of the 41st COMPSAC is Building 
Digital Autonomy for a Sustainable World.

COMPSAC 2017 Symposia are as follows:
       CELT: Computer Education & Learning Technologies
       CAP: Computer Architecture & Platforms
       DSAT: Data Sciences, Analytics, & Technologies
       EATA: Emerging Advances in Technology & Applications
       HCSC: Human Computing & Social Computing
       ITiP: IT in Practice
       MOWU: Mobile, Wearable, & Ubiquitous Computing
       NCIW: Networks, Communications, Internet, & Web Technologies
       SEPT: Security, Privacy, & Trust
       SETA: Software Engineering Technology & Applications

       Sessions will include topics and issues related to adaptive 
learning and teaching, autonomous computing, wearable computing, the 
internet-of-things, social networking, cross-domain data fusion, 
privacy, security and surveillance, cloud computing, big data, 
physiological computing, self-aware and self-expressive systems, and 
emerging architectures and network issues that affect all these 
developing technology-driven innovations.
         Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research 
work, as well as industrial practice reports. COMPSAC offer publication 
opportunities in IEEE journals following the "Conference First / Journal 
Second (C1J2)" and "Journal First / Conference Second (J1C2)" Schemes 

COMPSAC is offering opportunities to recommend our best papers for 
inclusion in IEEE publications, and to encourage presentation of already 
published journal papers during the conference. These schemes, to be 
executed at the discretion of individual COMPSAC symposia and workshops 
chairs, are as follows:

COMPSAC "Conference First / Journal Second (C1J2)" Scheme:
Chairs may offer the authors of accepted papers opportunity for 
publication in an IEEE journal. In this C1J2 Scheme, a chair initiates 
the process to offer the paper(s), together with their COMPSAC reviews, 
for publication in an IEEE journal to the journal editor-in-chief (EIC). 
EICs may or may not use our reviews at their discretion, but may instead 
prefer to rely solely on their own reviewer communities. Such papers 
accepted by a journal for publication will appear in the COMPSAC 
proceeding as only an abstract accompanied by a note that the paper has 
been submitted to the journal for consideration for publication in that 
journal. If the paper is accepted for publication, a link to it will be 
provided in the conference proceedings, thus providing conference 
participants access to that paper. The paper will still be registered 
for COMPSAC and must as well be presented during the conference.  If 
such a paper is not accepted by the journal, the paper will be later 
included in the conference electronic proceedings.

COMPSAC "Journal First / Conference Second (J1C2)" Scheme:
Similar to the above mentioned scheme, but taking place in the reverse 
order is the J1C2 scheme – journal publication first, conference 
presentation to follow. A published work in an IEEE journal, say within 
couple of years, or even accepted but not yet published, may be 
submitted to and presented at COMPSAC.  If accepted, the conference 
proceedings will contain an abridged abstract and a link to the 
published version, thus conference participants may have access to that 
paper. This scheme benefits authors by presenting their work to a wider 
audience in person, discussion, networking with peers, and driving 
renewed interest to their work. The process is as follows: the author 
offers a paper by proposing it as a full-text manuscript submission to a 
symposium or a workshop; the paper is then lightly reviewed for 
suitability, scope, technical content and merit by the PC of the 
symposium/workshop; finally, the PC Chair(s) proposes a notification 
decision. The author then registers the paper and presents it during the 
conference at the time identified in the program.

Francesco Profumo, Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy
Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli, University of California, Berkeley

Main Conference Papers Due:
31 January 2017
Main Conference Notification:
27 March 2017
Workshop Papers Due:
10 April 2017
Workshop Paper Notification:
25 April 2017
Camera Ready and Registration Due:
9 May 2017

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