The 6th IEEE International Workshop on Dew Computing (DewCom 2021)
Call for Papers
Dew Computing is a new post-cloud computing model appeared in 2015. While cloud computing uses centralized servers to provide various services, dew computing uses on-premises computers to provide decentralized, cloud-friendly, and collaborative services to end-users. The key features of Dew computing are that on-premises computers provide functionality independent of cloud services and they also collaborate with cloud services. Brieﬂy speaking, dew computing is an organized way of using local computers in the age of cloud computing.
IEEE DewCom intends to gather the latest research and development results on Dew Computing paradigm. It seeks original contributions, which demonstrate the theoretical and practical progress of Dew Computing, as well as implementation experiences from researchers in the area of Dew Computing, including but not limited to the following topics:
- Low End Distributed Systems
- Dew Computing Theory and Vision
- Dew Computing Structure and Architecture
- Dew, Cloud and Fog Computing integration and/or interrelation
- Dew Computing and IoT, Ubiquitous Computing
- Dew Computing and Databases
- Dew Computing and Networks
- Dew Computing Protocols and Security
- Dew Computing Applications
Workshop papers due:
21 April 1 May 2021 (UPDATED)
Workshop paper notifications: 15 May 2021
Camera-ready and registration due: 31 May 2021
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work, as well as industrial practice reports. Simultaneous submission to other publication venues is not permitted. In accordance with IEEE policy, submitted manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism. Instances of alleged misconduct will be handled according to the IEEE Publication Services and Product Board Operations Manual.
Please note that in order to ensure the fairness of the review process, COMPSAC follows the double-blind review procedure. Therefore we kindly ask authors to remove their names, affiliations and contacts from the header of their papers in the review version. Please also redact all references to authors’ names, affiliations or prior works from the paper when submitting papers for review. Once accepted, authors can then include their names, affiliations and contacts in the camera-ready revision of the paper, and put the references to their prior works back.
Workshop papers are limited to 6 pages. Page limits are inclusive of tables, figures, appendices, and references. Workshop papers can add an additional 2 pages with additional page charges ($250USD/page).
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Karolj Skala, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia
Zorislav Sojat, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia
Debashis De, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India (vice-chair)
Ralph Deters, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Marjan Gushev, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia (vice-chair)
Yi Pan, Georgia State University, USA
Partha Pratim Ray, Sikkim University, India
Karolj Skala, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia (chair)
Ruppa Thulasiram, University of Manitoba, Canada
Yingwei Wang, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Shuhui Yang, Purdue University Northwest, USA (vice-chair)