International conference on Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets

IEEE CCEM 2018

23 - 24 November, 2018, Bengaluru,India

Important Dates
  • 02 September 2018  - Deadline for submission: Technical Papers, Thesis Proposal summaries
  • 23 October 2018  - Deadline for submission: Student PoC & Tutorial Proposals
  • 23 October 2018  - Deadline for Submission: Camera Ready Copy for Accepted Papers
  • 30 October 2018  - Notification of result of research paper track
  • 30 October 2018  - Notification of result of PoC/Tutorial track
  • 7 November 2018  - Early registration deadline
  • 23 to 24 November 2018  - CCEM 2018 Main Conference

CCEM Overview

Conference Scope

The Seventh IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing in Emerging Markets (CCEM) continues the highly successful CCEM conference series which was originally launched in 2012.

Cloud computing has emerged as a dominant and transformational paradigm in information technology over the last few years and is beginning to effect a multitude of industries such as government, finance, telecommunications, education, retail, energy and utilities, and transportation. Research in this field has become very active and spans a number of areas including virtualization, networking, storage, security, management of cloud services, efficient cloud architectures, massive multi-tenancy, and design of cloud applications and services. Cloud computing continues to be the way of the future and many studies indicate that more than 50% of all information technology will be in this new paradigm within the next five to ten years. This transformation has great implications for emerging markets which have the potential to leap frog mature markets in their adoption of cloud computing, combine cloud computing and mobile technologies to introduce unique services that can transform the lives of billions, drive a much larger scale of adoption and challenge existing price points, while presenting unique challenges in areas such as security and user interfaces to cloud computing.

The goal

This research driven innovation conference has established itself as a unique conference that combines top notch peer-reviewed research papers (acceptance rate less than 10%), invited talks from renowned industry and government leaders, posters and demos showcasing latest innovations, a startup showcase highlighting the vibrant and fast growing business ecosystem around cloud, tutorials on cutting edge topics, and a doctoral symposium featuring some of the deep research topics being pursued by academic leaders.

Conference Format

The conference will be a two-day event that spans invited talks, peer reviewed paper presentations, tutorials,technology showcase followed by panel discussion.

 

Topics of Interest

We invite both paper and demo submissions on relevant topics, including but not limited to:

  • Design of Cloud Computing services, especially for emerging markets – infrastructure, platform, database, software, network, storage, e-governance, and business process
  • Utilizing/enhancing the Cloud for Big data & Predictive analytics
  • Social & Mobile computing advances leveraging the Cloud
  • Internet of Things enabled by Cloud, Big Data & AI
  • Big Data Analytics & AI driven predictive computing
  • Intersection of Cloud with Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence
  • Deep Learning in Cloud Environments
  • Conversational AI & Multimodal Interactions
  • AI Infused Automation
  • Advances in virtualization of hardware & software services, Cloud Networking
  • Security, privacy, governance, and compliance management in cloud
  • DevOps, Monitoring, management, & maintenance in Cloud Computing environments
  • Performance optimization in Hybrid Cloud Environments
  • Cloud Computing Solutions for different Industries & verticals
  • Legal Aspects & Service Level Agreements in Cloud Computing & Data Privacy

IEEE CCEM 2018

Call for Papers & Proposals

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Overview

The seventh edition of the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets (CCEM) offers an ideal forum for innovators, researchers and students on Cloud computing and its applications - these have emerged as a dominant and transformational paradigm in ICT affecting a multitude of institutions and industry-sectors such as health, government, finance, telecommunications, education, retail, energy, utilities, and transportation. Innovations in this spans several areas including virtualization, networking, storage, security, management of cloud services – hybrid & on-premise, efficient interoperable cloud architectures, as well as design of cloud applications and services. This transformation has great implications for emerging markets & Nations, in their adoption of cloud computing, combine cloud computing, social media and mobile technologies to introduce unique services that can transform the lives of billions, drive a much larger scale of adoption and challenge existing price points, while presenting unique challenges in areas such as security, data privacy and user interfaces to cloud computing.

Program Highlights
  • Keynotes and Invited Talks by Eminent Technologists
  • Paper Presentations – Full reviewed as well as work-in-progress posters
  • Technology Innovations and Start-up Showcase Demos from Start-ups, Industries, and Students
  • Masters and PhD Thesis synopsis presentations
  • Tutorials on some latest technologically relevant topics of interest.

We invite technical paper, tutorials, technology innovations demo submissions on all relevant topics, including:

  • Design of Cloud Computing services, especially for emerging markets – infrastructure, platform, database, software, network, storage, e-governance, and business process
  • Utilizing/enhancing the Cloud for Big data & Predictive analytics
  • Social & Mobile computing advances leveraging the Cloud
  • Internet of Things enabled by Cloud, Big Data & AI
  • Big Data Analytics & AI driven predictive computing
  • Intersection of Cloud with Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence
  • Deep Learning in Cloud Environments
  • Conversational AI & Multimodal Interactions
  • AI Infused Automation
  • Advances in virtualization of hardware & software services, Cloud Networking
  • Security, privacy, governance, and compliance management in cloud
  • DevOps, Monitoring, management, & maintenance in Cloud Computing environments
  • Performance optimization in Hybrid Cloud Environments
  • Cloud Computing Solutions for different Industries & verticals
  • Legal Aspects & Service Level Agreements in Cloud Computing & Data Privacy

The following is the timeline schedule for main workshop:

Main Conference-2018

  • 02 September 2018  - Deadline for submission: Technical Papers, Thesis Proposal summaries
  • 23 October 2018  - Deadline for submission: Student PoC & Tutorial Proposals
  • 23 October 2018  - Deadline for Submission: Camera Ready Copy for Accepted Papers
  • 30 October 2018  - Notification of result of research paper track
  • 30 October 2018  - Notification of result of PoC/Tutorial track
  • 7 November 2018  - Early registration deadline
  • 23 to 24 November 2018  - CCEM 2018 Main Conference

Please refer to conference website http://2018.ieeeccem.org for up to date details.

IEEE CCEM 2018 Steering Committee:
Dr. Gopal Pingali, Dr. T.S. Mohan, Prof D Janakiram, Dr. Rong Chang & Prof. Rajkumar Buyya

IEEE CCEM 2018 General Chairs:
Sreekrishnan Venkiteswaran and Raj Tumuluri

Technical Program Committee Chairs:
Prof. Sanjay Chitnis, Prof Radhakrishna Pisipati, Geetika Goel


Call for Technical Papers

We invite technical papers on all topics relevant to Cloud Computing in Emerging Markets as listed above. Papers should typically include a clear description of the problem being addressed, overview of and comparison to related work, the theoretical framework/model proposed by the authors, experimental results, and conclusions. Papers will be reviewed by an international program committee which will ensure that only high-quality papers with originality and novelty are accepted for presentation in the conference.

Papers should be a maximum of 8 pages in the IEEE conference proceedings format available at http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html.

Please submit your technical papers by 02 September 2018, via Easychair for CCEM 2018 HERE


Call for Technology Showcase Proposals

The technology showcase session at CCEM enables start-up companies, established companies, students, and faculty to demonstrate cutting edge new capabilities and ideas in the field of cloud computing. Accepted technology showcase proposals will have a dedicated space for technology demos throughout the duration of the conference. CCEM has showcased innovative technologies in previous years as well and these sessions have been very interactive with the conference audience that has also included reputed venture capitalists. Technology showcase proposals should typically include an overview of the technology, details on the innovations that will be showcased, top use cases for the innovation, comparison to competing technologies and alternatives, and preferably links to the relevant website and link to a three minute or less video demo.

Technology Showcase proposals should be a maximum of 4 pages in the IEEE conference proceedings format available at http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html

The submission should have the Title in the format “TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE PROPOSAL: Title of your technology showcase proposal” Technology showcase proposals should typically include an overview of the technology, details on the innovations that will be showcased, top use cases for the innovation, comparison to competing technologies and alternatives, and preferably links to the relevant website and link to a three minute or less video demo.

Please submit your technology showcase proposal by 23rd October 2018 via Easychair HERE.


Call for Research Students Thesis Proposals Symposium

We invite Masters and Ph.D. students to submit a summary of their thesis proposals in Cloud Computing to CCEM 2018. The Thesis Symposium session will give selected Master’s and Doctoral students an opportunity to present the gist of their thesis proposal and obtain constructive feedback from experts in the field.

Thesis proposal summaries should be a maximum of 8 pages in the IEEE conference proceedings format available at
http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html

The submission should have the Title in the format “THESIS PROPOSAL SUMMARY: Title of your thesis proposal summary”

Submit your thesis proposal summary by 02 September 2018 via Easychair for CCEM 2018 HERE


Call for Tutorials

We are delighted to announce that CCEM ‘18 will host selected one-hour tutorials on interesting topics in the areas of Cloud Computing, BigData Analytics & Machine Learning. The tutorials will be part of the main conference technical program, and are free of charge to the attendees of the conference.

Format of the Submission
  • Title in the format “TUTORIAL PROPOAL TITLE: Name of your tutorial here”
  • Abstract (up to 150 words)
  • Topic overview: What will the tutorial be about? Why do you believe this is an interesting and significant subject for the cloud computing community at large?
  • Content details: An outline of the tutorial in the form of a bullet-ed list with references and estimates for the time that will be devoted to each subject. (up to 1 page)
  • Target audience and prerequisites (up to 100 words): From which areas do you expect potential participants to come? What prior knowledge, if any, do you expect from the audience? What will the participants learn? How many participants do you expect?
  • Relevance and rationale of presenting the tutorial at CCEM (up to 200 words
  • A list of forums and their time and locations if the tutorial or a similar/highly related tutorial has been presented by the same author(s) before, and highlight the similarity/difference between those and the one proposed for CCEM (up to 100 words for each entry
  • Tutor’s short bio and their expertise related to the tutorial (up to 100 words per tutor)

The submission should have the Title in the format “TUTORIAL PROPOSAL SUMMARY: Title of your Tutorials proposal summary”

Please submit your tutorial proposal summary by 23rd October 2018, via Easychair for CCEM 2018 HERE


Call for Student Proof of Concept Competition

IEEE Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets (CCEM) Conference will host a student proof-of concept competi-tion. This contest offers an opportunity for under-graduate and graduate students to analyze how cloud computing can be leveraged to assuage problems afflicting emerging markets. The top ideas will be short-listed and given the opportunity to be showcased at IEEE CCEM 2018.

How to Participate
  1. Identify a problem that is plaguing citizens of emerging economies and analyze how cloud computing can alleviate that obstacle. An example would be to use the power of hybrid clouds to render e-governance of public village sanitation malpractice-free. Another example could be to design a novel way to improve the concept of DigiLockers being implemented by the Indian Government to pave way for secure paperless transactions. Look at these schemes launched by the Government of India (http://www.pradhanmantriyojana.co.in/)for more topic ideas.
  2. Develop cloud computing based theory to address the chosen challenge and write a high-level proposal, algorithmically laying out your approach.
  3. Develop a proof-of-concept to demonstrate that your approach is viable.
  4. Upload your entry to the IEEE CCEM Student PoC Competition webpage.
    Your submission should be a single 9-page PDF file (in 11pt font - double column - following IEEE Paper submission guidelines) comprising of:
    • A 3-page PoC brief that describes your design approach along with an embedded hyperlink to a 5-minute youtube video showcasing the PoC.
      Note 1: The PoC brief should include (a) Title (b) Participants names, affiliation & email ids (c) Abstract (d) Introduction (e) PoC architecture (f) PoC implementation details (g) hyperlink to the aforementioned youtube video and (h) references
      Note 2: The video can be captured using a mobile phone camera. We don’t expect professional quality video as long as we can clearly see the features of the working PoC
    • A 6-slide presentation that details the strategy you adopted to realize your PoC</li>
  5. Present your idea before a panel of judges at a session of the conference.</li>

Please submit your tutorial proposal summary by 23rd October 2018 via Easychair for CCEM 2018 HERE

Registration

Register for CCEM Main Conference



Organizing Committee

CCEM 2018 Steering Committee
  • Dr. Gopal Pingali, IBM
  • Prof. D. Janakiram, IIT Madras
  • Dr. T.S. Mohan, Pragyan Datalabs
  • Dr. Rong Chang, IBM
CCEM 2018 General Chairs
  • Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran, IBM
  • Raj Tumuluri, OpenStream, USA
Technical Program Committee Chairs
  • Prof. Sanjay Chitnis, Dayananda Sagar University
  • Prof. P Radha Krishna, National Institute of Technology, Warangal
Industry Liaison Chair
  • Sri Chandra, IEEE
Academic Liaison Chairs
  • Dr. Pethuru Raj, RJIL
  • Sudhakar Nagaraja, IBM
  • Akshaj Jain
Big Data Analytics Liaison Chair
  • Kathy Grise, Senior Program Director, IEEE
Technology Showcase Chair
  • Sridhar N Chitraju, IBM
Tutorials Chairs
  • Rambabu Parvatina, IBM
  • Dr.Swati Agarwal, BITS Pilani/Goa
IEEE Liaison Chairs
  • Prof. Sankaran, IEEE
  • Bindumadhava, CDAC
Finance Chair
  • Vaijayanthi B. Desai, IBM
Student PoC Project Competition Chairs
  • Dr. Subrahmanya Sarma, HP
  • Prof. Sekhar Babu
  • Prof Sudarshan, PES South Campus
Conference Webportal Chair
  • Prabha Sasikanth, IBM
Local Arrangements Chairs
  • Pramod, IEEE
  • Yathi Tarikere, IEEE
Technical Program Committee
  • Dr. Byungchul Tak, Kyungpook National University, South Korea
  • Dr. Rong Chang, IBM Research, USA
  • Dr. J. Lakshmi, IISc, Bangalore
  • Prof. G. Rammohana Reddy,NIT Surathkal.
  • Dr. Yogesh Simmhan, IISc, Bangalore.
  • Prof. Giri Kumar Tayi,University at Albany School of Business
  • Dr. S D Madhu Kumar, NIT Calicut
  • Dr. Ashutosh Saxena,
  • Dr. Pradeep Kumar, IIM Lucknow
  • Prof.Manik
  • Dr R. Krishnan,Dayananda Sagar College Of Engineering
  • Dr. Deepak P Chandrashekar, IBM
Publications Chair
  • Prof.Krishnan Rangarajan, Dayananda Sagar College

Conference Day 1: November 23, 2018

7.00 AM – 8.00 AM: Breakfast (All Registrants & Invitees)


8.00 am to 10.00 am: TUTORIAL SESSION I

Tutorial sessions are parallel sessions run in 2 tracks from 8AM -10AM.

Track-1: "Hybrid Cloudware Deployment" Murali Malladi, Pranav Ojha, Ganesh Narayan, Nutanix

Session Chair: Sreekrishnan Venkiteswaran, IBM


Track-2: "Impact of Radiomics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on Cancer Care" Prasad RV, Philips

Session Chair: Dr Sanjay Chitnis, DSU


10.00 am to 10.15 am: Break


10.15 am to 11.15 am: INAUGURAL AND PLENARY SESSION

10.15 am - 10.45 am: Inaugural Welcome of the Chief Guest, Introduction & Lighting of the Lamp, IEEE CCEM Conference Report

10.45 am - 11.15 am: Inaugural Keynote Address by the Chief Guest: Shri Ashok Soota, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, Happiest Minds Technologies


11.15 am to 12.15 pm: SESSION I - Machine Learning for Cloud Data

Session Chair : Prof P Radhakrishna, NIT Warangal

  • 11.15 am to 11.45 am False Positive Analysis of software vulnerabilities using Machine Learning Swanand Gadre, Ranjit Singh, Divyesh Prajapati and Sumanth Gowda
  • 11.45 am to 12.15 pm A comparative study of feature selection methods for classification of Chest X-ray image as normal or abnormal inside AWS ECS cluster Vaibhav Sanjay Lalka, Srinivasa Rao Kundeti, Vinod Kumar and Vijayananda J

12.15 pm to 1.00 pm: POSTER SESSION - FLASH TALK

Session Chair: Prof Sekhar Babu, Amrita University

2 minutes per poster paper author Poster Paper Titles:
  • Orchestration based Hybrid or Multi Clouds and Interoperability Standardization.
  • Failure Prediction Model for Predictive Maintenance.
  • Big Data Science in building medical Data Classifier using Naïve Bayes Model.
  • Sound Classification Using Convolutional Neural Networks.
  • Energy Management Of Cloud Data Center using Neural Networks.
  • Cloud Disaster recovery Solution for Power Infrastructure.
  • A system and method for calculating estimated price of any cloud provisioning template.
  • Cloud Threat Defense – a Threat Protection and Security Compliance Solution.
  • Bodhisattva - Rapid Deployment of AI on Containers.
  • Dynamic Prioritization and Execution of API tests based on Customer Usage Pattern for SaaS Applications.
  • Artificial Intelligence based Storage Management Architecture.

1.00 pm to 2.15 pm: LUNCH


2.15 pm to 3.15 pm: SESSION II - Deep Learning for Cloud Data

Session Chair: Smt Geetika Goel, CTO, Jigsaw Academy

  • 2.15 pm to 2.45 pm Cross Border Data Flow Governance in Storage Cloud Leveraging Deep Learning Techniques Briti Gangopadhay, Vishal Jetla, Sandeep Patil, Huzefa Pancha, Kevin Gildea and Carl Zetie
  • 2.45 pm to 3.15 pm Evaluation of performance of Cloud based Neural Network models on Arrhythmia Classification Uttam R, Surabhi Rakecha, Aatman Mantri and Supreet Arabi

3:15 pm - 3.30 pm: Tea Break


3.30 pm to 4.00 pm: INVITED KEYNOTE 1

Session Chair: Dr Gopal Pingali,IBM

"Social Entrepreneurship in action for societal sustainability" Manoj Kumar, Social Alpha


4.00 pm to 5.00 pm: SESSION III - Resource Provisioning

Session Chair: Dr Sanjay Chitnis, DSU

  • 4.00 pm to 4.30 pm Resource Allocation for Heterogeneous Cloud Computing using Weighted Fair-Share Queues K. Naveen Kumar and Reshmi Mitra
  • 4.30 pm to 5.00 pm Ontology based Resource Management for IoT Deployed with SDDC Koundinya Koorapati, Prem Ramesh and Sairam Veeraswamy

5:00 pm - 5.30 pm: Tea + Networking


5.30 pm to 8.30 pm: TECHNOLOGY/STARTUP SHOWCASE & DINNER

  • Inaugural Keynote : "Embracing Innovation in the Digital Era" Seema Kumar, Country Leader, Developer Ecosystems Group, IBM
  • Tech Showcase + Student Project Showcase
  • Dinner : 7 PM Onwards

 


Conference Day 2: November 24, 2018


7.00 AM – 8.00 AM: Breakfast (All Registrants & Invitees)


8.00 am to 10.00 am: TUTORIAL SESSION II

Tutorial sessions are parallel sessions run in 2 tracks from 8AM -10AM.

Track-1: Session Chair: Dr Radhakrishna, NIT Warangal

Cognitive Multi-Cloud Platform (CMP): DevOps led Dynamic Workload Automation

Kumar Sourabh, IBM

Track-2: Session Chair: Dr Gopal Pingali, IBM

Blockchain Tutorial- Effectively Applying Blockchain in DApps using Hyperledger Composer

Dr. T S Mohan, CEO Pragyan Datalabs

10.00 am to 10.15 am: Break


10.15 am to 11.45 pm: TUTORIAL SESSION III

Tutorial sessions are parallel sessions run in 2 tracks

Track-1: Session Chair: Geetika Goel, Jigsaw Academy

Sail Smoothly in the Cloud

Kamesh Sampath,RedHat

Track-2: Session Chair: Sreekrishnan Venkiteswaran IBM

Cloud Native Applications on a VMware Hybrid Cloud

Reju Pillai, VMware

11.45 pm to 12.15 pm: PhD Symposium

Track-1: Session Chair: Dr. Gopal Pingali, IBM

Analyzing Big Data Originated from Social Networks and Data Communication Networks: In-terms of Accuracy and Performance Speed

L.B. Shyamasundar

Track-2: Session Chair: Dr T S Mohan, PragyanDatalabs

Design and Development of the Multilateral Password to enable a Robust Multi-category based multifactor Authentication for cloud services

Manu AR

12.15 pm to 12.45 pm: INVITED KEYNOTE 2

Session Chair : Dr T S Mohan, CEO, Pragyan Datalabs

"Shakti Family of RISC Processors for Cloud Farms, Big Data & AI - Prospects & Progress" Prof. Kamakoti, IIT Madras


12.45 pm to 1.15 pm: INVITED KEYNOTE 3

Session Chair: Dr. Raj Tumuluri, CEO, Openstream

Prof. Philip Cohen, Monash University, Australia (Remote): Towards Collaborative Dialogue


1.15 pm to 2.00 pm: LUNCH & SPEED MENTORING


2.00 pm to 3.00 pm: Panel Discussion

Moderator Dr. T S Mohan

"What is preventing wide-spread Digital India Adoption – Talent? Technologies? Turgid legalese?"

panelists:

  • Kamakoti, IIT Madras
  • Balu Masti, Co-founder, HUM Consulting Services
  • Raghu Hudli, CEO ObjectOrb Technologies
  • Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran, Distinguished Engineer, IBM
  • Mohan Satyaranjan, Founder, Taqanal Energy
  • Kiran Kumar S

3.00 pm to 3.15 pm: Break


3.15 pm to 4.15 pm: SESSION IV - Cloud Based Applications

Session Chair: Sreekrishnan Venkateswaran, IBM

  • 3.15 pm to 3.45 pm An Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Based Collaborative Platform for Plant Disease Identification, Tracking and Forecasting for Farmers Kaushik Kunal Singh
  • 3.45 pm to 4.15 pm Pronunciation Training on Isolated Kannada Words using “Kannada Kali” Savitha Murthy, Ankit Anand, Ajaykumar Cholin, Avinash Kumar, Ankita Shetty, Aditya D Bhat, Akshay Venkatesh, Lingraj Kothiwale, Viraj Kumar and Dr. Dinkar Sitaram

4.15 pm to 5.30 pm: STUDENT’S Proof-of-Concept COMPETITION

Session Chair: Prof Sudarshan, PESU


5.30 pm to 6.00 pm: AWARDS SESSION & CONFERENCE CONCLUSION

Here are the list of PoCs selected for awards 2018 CCEM Cash Prize Awards
  1. Student PoC Competition Cash Award - 1st Prize: ₹ 15000/-
    • Of Intellectual Disability Using Neural Networks - Adish Rao, Rahul Suresh and Ashwini Kelkar,PES University
  2. Student PoC Competition Cash Award - 2nd Prize ₹ 12000/-
    • Personal Data Classification Using Natural Language Processing In Object Storage For Security Compliance - Neha Sontakke and Smita Raut, Pune Institute For Computer Technology
  3. Student PoC Competition Cash Award - 3rd Prize ₹ 10000/- (Two winners will share)
    • Signature Recognition and verification using one-dim convolution with HOG descriptors - Shivaraj Hosalli, Dayananda Sagar University
    • Preventing Deforestation Using CNN - Kaustumbh Jaiswal and Dhairya Kalpeshbhai Patel, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering
IEEE CCEM 2018 Best Paper Award
  1. CCEM 2018 Best Paper Award- ₹ 20000/-
    • "Resource Allocation for Heterogeneous Cloud Computing using Weighted Fair-Share Queues" - K. Naveen Kumar and Reshmi Mitra, IIIT Vadodara, Gujarat

 


Location

The Oterra,43, Hosur Road, Electronics City Phase 1, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560100

Patronship and Participation

As a Patron, you will be showing your support for advancing cloud computing technology and helping to address the unique challenges and opportunities of cloud computing in emerging markets. You have the opportunity to enjoy extraordinary visibility with our conference audience, build powerful relationships and benchmark your company strategy against key industry players within India and internationally.

Patrons will be prominently recognized both at the events (workshop and main conference) and on the CCEM website.

CCEM 2018 provides a limited number of Patronship opportunities as outlined in the table below. Interested Patrons should contact the Industry Liaisons Chair for the conference – Sri Chandra at sri.chandra@ieee.org

Patronship Type Number of Opportunities Number of Complimentary Full Conference registrations Company Logo placed on conference web site with link Prominent signage identifying company as a Patron at the appropriate level Exhibit space Acknowledgment of Patron at the event
Diamond
USD $10000 / INR 7,00,000
2 8

Platinum
USD $7500 / INR 5,25,000
2 6

Gold
USD $5000 / INR 3,50,000
2 4

Startup Showcase Patron
USD $5000 / INR 3,50,000
1 4

Tutorial Sessions Patron
USD $2500/INR 1,75,000
1 2

Banquet Dinner Patron
USD $2500/INR 1,75,000
1 2

Student Project Competition Patron
USD $1000/INR 70,000
1 1

Best Paper Awards Patron
USD $1000/INR 70,000
1 1

Conference Lunch Patron
USD $1000/INR 70,000
2 1

Sponsors & Patrons

Sponsored by IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing (TCSVC)





Patrons

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