IEEE SCC 201310th
International Conference on Services Computing
June 27-July 2, 2013, Santa Clara Marriott, CA, USA (Center of
About SCC 2013
Services account for a major part of the IT industry today. Companies increasingly like to focus on their core expertise area and use IT services to address all their peripheral needs. Services Computing is a new science which aims to study and better understand the foundations of this highly popular industry. It covers the science and technology of leveraging computing and information technology to model, create, operate, and manage business services. Like its predecessors, SCC 2013 will contribute in building the pillars of this important science and shaping the future of Services Computing.
Services Computing currently shapes the thinking of business modeling, business consulting, solution creation, service delivery, and software architecture design, development and deployment. The global nature of Services Computing leads to many opportunities and challenges and creates a new networked economic structure for supporting different business models. SCC 2013 will help in bridging the gap between business services and information technology by driving research in technologies such as service-oriented architecture (SOA), business process integration and management, service engineering and grid and cloud computing and Web 2.0. Extended versions of selected research track papers will be invited for potential publication in the IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (TSC), International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR), and International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management (IJBPIM). Both TSC and JWSR are indexed by SCI and EI [Link]. According to Thomson Scientific, JWSR is listed in the 2008 Journal Citation Report with an Impact Factor of 1.200. The journal ranks #47 of 99 in the Computer Science, Information Systems and ranks #37 of 86 in Computer Science, Software Engineering. SCC Proceedings are EI indexed.
Under the umbrella of the IEEE 2013 World Congress on Services (SERVICES 2013), SCC 2013 will co-locate with the following service-oriented sister conferences: the 6th IEEE 2013 International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD 2013), the 20th IEEE 2013 International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2013), the 2nd IEEE International Conference on Mobile Services (MS 2013), and the International Conference on Big Data (BigData 2013). The five co-located theme topic conferences will all center around "services," while each focusing on exploring different aspects (web-based services, cloud-based services, services innovation lifecycle, mobile services, and Big Data-based services).
IEEE World Congress on Services
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on
Services Computing (TC-SVC),
2013 IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES
2013) aims to serve as a federation to host the following theme topic conferences to explore the deep knowledge space
of Services Computing in
The 2013 IEEE 6th International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD 2013) is the flagship theme-topic conference for modeling, developing, publishing, monitoring, managing, delivering XaaS (everything as a service) in the context of various types of cloud environments.
The 2013 IEEE 20th International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2013) is the flagship theme-topic conference for Web-based services, featuring Web services modeling, development, publishing, discovery, composition, testing, adaptation, and delivery, and Web services technologies as well as standards.
The 2013 IEEE 10th International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2013) is the flagship theme-topic conference for services innovation lifecycle that includes enterprise modeling, business consulting, solution creation, services orchestration, services optimization, services management, services marketing, business process integration and management.
The 2013 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Mobile Services (MS 2013) is the emerging theme-topic conference for the development, publication, discovery, orchestration, invocation, testing, delivery, and certification of mobile applications and services.
SERVICES 2013 will also co-locate with The 2013 International Conference on Big Data (BigData 2013), which is an emerging theme-topic conference for quantitative analysis of impact on business insights from Big Data analytics.About IEEE
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About IEEE Computer Society
With nearly 85,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society (CS) is the world’s leading organization of computing professionals. Founded in 1946, and the largest of the 38 societies of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the CS is dedicated to advancing the theory and application of computer and information-processing technology.
About the Technical Committee on Services Computing
Founded in 2003, IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on
Services Computing (TC-SVC)
is a multidisciplinary group whose purpose is to advance and
coordinate work in the field of Services Computing carried out
throughout the IEEE in scientific, engineering, standard, literary
and educational areas.
Services Computing has become a cross-discipline that covers the
science and technology of bridging the gap between Business
Services and IT Services. The underneath breaking technology suite
includes Web services and service-oriented architecture (SOA),
cloud computing, business consulting methodology and utilities,
business process modeling, transformation and integration. This
scope of Services Computing covers the whole lifecycle of services
innovation research that includes business componentization,
services modeling, services creation, services realization,
services annotation, services deployment, services discovery,
services composition, services delivery, service-to-service
collaboration, services monitoring, services optimization, as well
as services management. The goal of Services Computing is to
enable IT services and computing technology to perform business
services more efficiently and effectively.
If you have any questions or queries on SCC 2013, please send email to scc DOT ieeecs AT gmail DOT com.
Please join us at IEEE Services Computing Community (http://services.oc.ieee.org/). Press the "Register" button to apply for a FREE IEEE Web Account. As a member, you will be permitted to login and participate in the community. This invitation allows you to join a community designed to facilitate collaboration among a group while minimizing e-mails to your inbox. As a registered member of the Services Computing Community, you can also access the IEEE Body of Knowledge on Services Computing (http://www.servicescomputing.tv).