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Please consider to contribute and encourage your team members and fellow
scientists to contribute to the following federated events.

Thanks for forwarding the information on this Call for Posters and
Industrial presentations to those potentially interested to submit.

===== Call for Posters and Industrial Presentations =======

ComputationWorld 2009, November 15-20, 2009 - Athens, Greece


ComputationWorld 2009 is a federated event focusing on advanced topics
concerning the areas of computation. The target topics cover future
computing techniques (strategies, mechanisms, technologies), service
computation (ubiquitous, web services, societal), cognitive support (AI,
agents, learning, autonomy), adaptiveness (component/systems,
self-features, metrics), creative content technologies, and patterns.

Submission (Poster, Industrial presentations) deadline: October 1st, 2009.
Acceptance notification: October 15, 2009
Submission form: 12-14 slide deck, free format; they will be posted,
post-conference,  at
Submissions must be electronically done using the “Submit a Paper” button
on the entry page of each conference listed below.

See  a 'very preliminary program'.

The events will feature well known Keynote Speakers:

The Tempestuous Future of Computing - Every Cloud Engenders not a Storm

by Paul J. Geraci, Director, TSG/DoD, USA

Infrastructures and Technologies for Future Computing - Convergence of
Bandwidth, Clouds, and Smart Devices
by Wolfgang Gentzsch, EU Project DEISA & Board fo Directors OGF

Services-- The Next Major Frontier for Research & Innovation

by Krishna Singh, President, Service Research & Innovation Institute
(SRII) / Strategic Programs Director, Service Science Research, IBM
Almaden Research Center


Services Computing: Challenge or Opportunity


Krishna Singh, IBM / SRII

Petre Dini, IARIA / Concordia University

A few access free tutorials will be provided for all participants.

Scientific papers will be presented in more than 30 regular sessions.

Special forum meetings on challenging topics will be organized, late, in
the afternoons.

We aim at some instructive Poster and Special Industrial presentations to
complete the spectrum of topics covered by the events.

The events are:

>> FUTURE COMPUTING 2009, The First International Conference on Future
Computational Technologies and Applications

>> SERVICE COMPUTATION 2009, The First International Conferences on
Advanced Service Computing

>> COGNITIVE 2009, The First International Conference on Advanced
Cognitive Technologies and Applications

>> ADAPTIVE 2009, The First International Conference on Adaptive and
Self-adaptive Systems and Applications

>> CONTENT 2009, The First International Conference on Creative Content

>> PATTERNS 2009, The First International Conferences on Pervasive
Patterns and Applications

>> SELFTRUST 2009, The First Workshop on Computational Trust for
Self-Adaptive Systems

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ComputationWorld Advisory Committees

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