Special Workshop Track – Smart Scalable Secure Architectures
This is the 1st International IEEE Smart Scalable and Secure Architecture(SSSA2021) workshop - a one(1 )Day event depending on submissions. The workshop Smart Scalable and Secure Architectures (SSSA2021 ) will be taking place in a virtual format on the 15th of December 2021 (EDT), co-hosted with IEEE CIC (Collaboration and Internet Computing), IEEE CogMI (Cognitive Machine Intelligence) and IEEE TPS (Trust, Privacy and Security of Intelligence Systems, and Applications). Target audience: PhD students, early career researchers, industry practitioners and experts focusing on tools , case studies, industry and government experience, vision, and architectural solutions in virtualization.
We would like to solicit papers in the area of Smart Scalable and Secure Architectures . Virtualization is facing an unprecedented infrastructure challenge – as we see the integration and collaboration of data cloud devices , internet of things , and Fog computing services now becoming all mainstream to deliver intelligent critical infrastructure protection in areas such as healthcare , education , telecommunications, transportation , agriculture, banking , supply chain among many other areas. The expectation is by 2030 as many countries develop emergent smart scalable and secure architectures these observations will become commonplace. This is a major area for which academic and industry partnered research needs to keep building out in earnest . This smart scalable and secure architecture must be achieved by more efficient methods and effective data management to meet global sustainability goals. Disruptive information technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics and the industry 4.0 internet-of-things and industry 5.0 human augmented intelligence services continue to harness the power of "on demand" virtualization infrastructure. This goal has given birth to the emergent space of scalable computing architectures. This special session seeks position and technical papers discussing scalable architectural problems and innovative solutions covering all areas.
The 2021 Scalable Architectures session (SSSA-2021) will provide a forum where researchers and
technical parties interested can share their latest research insights, and present key and emerging
results in terms of this field. All papers are subject to peer review as guided by IEEE
policies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Submission Process: EasyChair login ( https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieeesssa2021 )
Proposed Important Dates
Call for papers - August 31 2021
Submission Deadline - October 30 2021 (extended deadline)
Author Notification : November 05 2021
Camera Ready paper - November 12 2021
General Chair: Sean Thorpe(UTech, Ja, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Program Chair: Tyrone Grandison ( The Data-Driven institute)
Julian Jarrett, University of Technology Jamaica
Iman Saleh, Intel, USA
Geoff Stoker , University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Hani Ragab Hassen, Heriot-Watt University
Mac Malone, Researcher - University North Carolina , Chapel Hill
Ali Muzaffar, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland
Salih Ismail, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland
Mahmoud Elsheikh, Heriot-Watt University, Scotland
Larkland Morley , Google , USA
Lavare Henry , College William and Mary , USA
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