October 31-November 2, Hilton Suites Toronto, Markham Conference Centre & Spa , Toronto
CASCON is a premier industrial and academic conference in computer science and software engineering sponsored by IBM Canada Lab Centre for Advanced Studies. CASCON attracts developers, researchers, innovators, technologists and decision makers from academia, industry, and government who come together to discover technology trends, share knowledge, form collaborations, write grant proposals, participate in workshops, present papers, exhibit prototypes and showcase products. The CASCON program features thoughtprovoking keynotes, original research and emerging topics papers, stimulating workshops, and its famous technology showcase.
CASCON follows the latest technological trends when it comes to conference theme. This year the theme is:
The economic and societal impacts of integrating capabilities of cognitive and cyber physical systems are enormous. Virtually every engineered system is affected by capability advances in these areas to augment the physical world.
We cordially invite research and position papers as well as workshop and exhibit proposals in the broad areas of computer science, software engineering, software applications and data science in general as well as cognitive and smart systems, cyber physical systems, IoT, cyber security, software-as-a-service, adaptive systems, smarter services, cloud computing, database technology, analytics, machine learning, mobile application frameworks and platforms, and business intelligence in particular. Applications include, but are not limited to, cognitive and smart systems, integrated solutions, healthcare solutions, smart cities, smart supply chains, smart commerce, smarter planet, cloud platforms and frameworks, DevOps, smart grid and energy, big data, connected and driverless cars, smart design, web tasking, wearable computing, and social computing. Products include, but are not limited to, IBM Security, Cloud, Bluemix, Cloud Foundry, Analytics, Watson, Cognos, IRIS, Weather, IoT Platform, RFID, DB2, Compilers, Rationale, Websphere, Worklight, Jazz, Lotus.
CASCON 2016 technical papers should be original research papers and be at most 10 pages long. CASCON 2016 position papers share visions, highlight technology gaps, or discuss emerging advances and should be at most 6 pages. CASCON 2016 will not accept submissions that have been previously published, are in press, or have been submitted elsewhere. Accepted technical papers will be included in the conference proceedings published by CASCON and included in the ACM Digital Library.
Two paper awards-Best Paper and Best Student Paper-to recognize the best technical contributions of the event in terms of originality, clarity, and potential impact. To be eligible for the Best Student Paper award, a student must have primarily authored the paper, and student(s) at the time must have done the work described; only the student author(s) receive this award.
Papers. Networking. Workshops. Parties.
26 YEARS OF IMPACT
15 YEARS OF PROCEEDINGS AVAILABLE ONLINE
CASCON 2015 RECEIVED 71 SUBMISSIONS BY 185 AUTHORS FROM 14 COUNTRIES, WITH 30% ACCEPTANCE
24 WORKSHOPS AND 40 SHOWCASE PRESENTATIONS IN 2015
1200 PARTICIPANTS IN 2015
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