The cloud computing represents one of the most challenging technological fields both for academic and business. IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing and Intelligence Systems (CCIS) is an international conference focusing on topical research in the area of cloud computing and intelligence systems. This is the third conference in 2014, following the successful CCIS 2011 in Beijing and CCIS 2012 in Hangzhou. It is held at Shenzhen and Hong Kong from November 27th to November 29th.
The conference aims to provide a high-level international forum for the scientists and researchers to present the state of the art of cloud computing and intelligence systems. “All papers were independently peer-reviewed, and around 139 papers have been included in the conference proceedings. This indicates a paper acceptance rate of approximately 45.4 percent.” reported by program committee co-chairs – Prof. Fuji Ren, Prof. Huadong Ma, Prof. Xia Li and Prof. Jeng-Shyang Pan.
To share insight in on-gonig Cloud-related trend, CASL team members, Mr. Migar Tam, Mr. Spencer Yung and Mr. Ericson Yuen joinly wrote an Academic level paper: Autonomous Agent Enhanced Workspace (AAEW) for Extended Enterprise (E2) Collaboration. It articulates the conceptual design of AAEW as one of the technology enablers to support inter-organization collaborations in an E2 context. After peer-review by CCIS, the paper has been accepted.