IC2E 2021

9th IEEE International Conference on
Cloud Engineering
 October 4-8, 2021  Virtual

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About IC2E

The IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E) conference series provides a high-quality and comprehensive forum where researchers and practitioners can exchange information on engineering principles, enabling technologies, and practical experiences as related to Cloud Computing. By bringing together experts that work on different levels of the cloud stack – systems, storage, networking, platforms, databases, analytics, and applications, IC2E offers an end-to-end view on the challenges and technologies in Cloud Computing, fosters research that addresses the interaction between different layers of the stack, and ultimately drives cloud-based innovation in business and society.

What's new?

  • Best IC2E 2021 Papers were announced
    October 8, 2021
    • LIBRA: An Economical Hybrid Approach for Cloud Applications with Strict SLAs
      Ali Raza, Zongshun Zhang, Nabeel Akhtar, Vatche Isahagian, and Ibrahim Matta
      Best Research Track Paper
    • Distributed Framework for Accelerating Training of Deep Learning Models through Prioritization
      Tian Zhou and Lixin Gao
      Best Research Track Runners Up Paper
    • Forecasting SQL Query Cost at Twitter
      Chunxu Tang, Beinan Wang, Zhenxiao Luo, Huijun Wu, Shajan Dasan, Maosong Fu, Yao Li, Mainak Ghosh, Ruchin Kabra, Nikhil Navadiya, Da Cheng, Fred Dai, Vrushali Channapattan, and Prachi Mishra
      Best Industry Track Paper
  • IC2E 2021 Program is available
    September 10, 2021
  • Registration is open
    August 1, 2021
  • IC2E 2021 will be fully virtual
    July 29, 2021
  • Abstract and paper submission deadlines were extended to April 12, 2021
    March 29, 2021
  • Call for Full/Short Research and Industry Papers was launched
    December 7, 2020
  • Call for Posters was launched
    December 7, 2020
  • Call for Submissions to the IC2E Doctoral Symposium was launched
    December 4, 2020
  • Call for Tutorials was launched
    November 27, 2020
  • Call for Workshops was launched
    November 27, 2020
  • IC2E 2021 website is online
    August 18, 2020


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