Panel Title: Digital Convergence: What Academic Cloud, Autonomic, Self-Adaptive, and Self-Organizing Research is Useful for Industry in the Short and Long Term?
Theme: We are witnessing a digital revolution that will integrate information technologies, telecommunication, consumer electronics, and entertainment that have profound impacts on all aspects of our life and economy. The main question to be addressed by the panel is the role of academic research on Cloud, Autonomic, Self-Adaptive, and Self-Organizing systems for supporting industry.
H.J. Siegel, Colorado State University
- Ilkay Altintas, University of California at San Diego
- Fredricka Darema, US AFOSR (Air Force Office of Scientific Research)
- Salima Hassas, University of Lyon
- Heiko Ludwig, IBM Almaden
- Naveen Sharma, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Conrad S. Tucker, The Atlantic Council
Panel questions to discuss:
- What does “digital convergence” (the convergence of information technologies, telecommunication, consumer electronics, and entertainment) mean to you?
- What are the most important aspects of immediate research needs for “digital convergence” with respect to Cloud, Autonomic, Self-Adaptive, and Self-Organizing systems?
- What are the most effective interfaces between academic research and industrial products?
- What are the best research areas academics can approach that will provide useful material for industry?
- How can industry provide suggestions for useful research to academia?
- How can academia and industry work in a collaborative manner to move forward?
- How should the research and development areas for academic and industry be prioritized?
|Abstract registration||May 5, 2017|
May 22, 2017
|Papers submission deadline||May 19, 2017|
June 5, 2017
|Author notification||June 23, 2017|
July 3, 2017
|Camera-ready papers||July 21, 2017|