Paper Due: Aug 20 2020

IEEE Cloud Summit 2020
Wed-Thur Oct 21- 22, 2020
Now taking place virtually for the safety of our attendees

Dr. Calton Pu, Professor and John P. Imlay, Jr. Chair in Software,
College of Computing, Georgia Tech

Dr. Krishna Kant, Professor and Director of NSF IUCRC Center on
Intelligent Storage Systems Research Laboratory, Temple University

Dr. Weisong Shi, Charles H. Gershenson Distinguished Faculty Fellow
and a Professor of Computer Science, Wayne State University

The IEEE Cloud Summit provides a unique international forum for
researchers, developers, and practitioners to present cutting-edge
research and best practices, and to exchange ideas and views on the
current trends and technical challenges related to Cloud, Fog,
Internet of Things, and Edge Computing as well as their applications
for societal benefit.

The IEEE Cloud Summit 2020 is technically sponsored by the IEEE
Technical Committee on Cloud Computing (TCCLD).

In addition to keynote speeches, paper presentations, and poster
sessions, the conference program features tutorials on cloud, fog and
big data techniques (AWS, Spark, MapReduce, etc.), as well as their
applications in healthcare and other industries, presented by industry
experts. The conference will provide networking opportunities to the
stakeholders from across the world in the field of cloud and fog

All accepted and presented papers/poster abstracts in IEEE Cloud
Summit will be published in the conference proceedings by IEEE
Computer Society’s Conference Publishing Services (CPS) and included
in the IEEE Xplore.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Machine learning & AI with cloud/fog Hybrid clouds
Mobile edge/fog computing
Cloud-based cyber-physical systems
Cloud forensics
Big data analytics with cloud/fog
Hybrid clouds
Low-latency edge applications
Fog-cloud interaction
Security & privacy in cloud/fog
Big data virtualization
QoS in cloud and fog computing
Graphics as a service
Cloud/data center networking
Mobile sensing & mobile services with cloud/ fog

Submission Guidelines:
Submitted papers must be original, unpublished work and not currently
under review for any other conference or journal. Authors may submit:
(1) full papers not longer than 6 pages (up to 8 pages with extra page
charges) or
(2) extended abstracts for posters not longer than 2 pages.

All papers/extended abstracts should follow the standard IEEE
double-column template. Please submit papers/extended abstracts via
the online submission system.

Please indicate the type of papers for submission. Submission implies
willingness of at least one author to register and present the
paper/poster at the conference if the paper/poster is accepted.

Important Dates
Paper Due: Aug 20 2020
Acceptance Notification:  Sept 28 2020
Camera-ready:  Oct 5 2020
Registration start:  Sept 28 2020