Invitation
Key Note Speakers

Dr. Carl Kesselman,
University of Southern California,
USA


Prof. Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne

Prof. RuppaThulasiram, University of Manitoba

Dr. Sasanka Prabhala,Intel Corporation, USA


Important Dates


Paper Submission
31-08-2010

Notification of Acceptance
15-10-2010

Camera Ready Paper 15-11-2010

Tutorial Proposal 31-08-2010

Student's Paper Submission 30-09-2010

Notification Of Acceptance 15-10-2010


Camera Ready Copy 30-11-2010

Announcement for Authors,Workshop & Tutorials

ICoAC 2010 (International Conference on Advanced Computing) seeks to bring together international researchers to present papers and generate discussions on current research and development in latest trends in IT. The conference will feature a range of presentations on latest research as well as stimulating talks and keynote addresses

ICoAC 2010 is an international conference in the field of Computer Science and Communication focusing to address issues and developments in advanced computing. It is hosted by Department of Computer Technology annually during December. The Second edition of ICAoC will be held during 14-16 December, 2010. The first edition of icac has been held during 13-15 december 2009. Information Society is facing challenges due to the complexity of its structure in terms of networking, middleware, peer to peer applications, ubiquitous computing, pervasive computing with diverse usage in commercial, personal, communal and public domains, posing various critical issues to be addressed and solved.

The ICoAC 2010 is to provide a forum for International community to discuss and debate on the developments in the cutting edge technologies of computing.

The conference will feature peer-reviewed technical paper presentation with short-papers and posters, tutorial, student paper presentation and stimulating keynote talks.

Objective:
ICoAC 2010 seeks to bring together international researchers to present papers
and generate discussions on current research and developments in latest trends in
computing.


Theme of the conference is “Advanced Computing towards Knowledge Society.”