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Compute 2009 Conference Call For Papers

Suggested By Priya Venkateshan

Event: Compute 2009 Conference Call For Papers (Website)

Organised By: ACM Bangalore Chapter (Website)

Key Dates:
Paper Submissions Due: September 1, 2008
Notification of Acceptance: November 1, 2008
Camera Ready Versions Due: December 1, 2008
Conference: January 9-11, 2009

Compute 2009 is being organised by ACM Bangalore Chapter. The aim of this multi-track conference is to bring together researchers, practitioners, technology market movers, and thought leaders, with a view to advance the state of the art, and the state of the practice in applied research, which is a catalyst in leveraging of Computer Science by IT companies. As part of the conference papers are invited primarily in areas of applied research that are being of contemporary interest to the broader practitioner community in the current: technology adoption cycle. Papers in areas of the following tracks can be submitted:

1. Systems and Networks
2. Internet
More Details on the Topics here.

Author can submit upto a maximum of 8 ACM Conference pages (about 4000 words).

Format Specifications and Template can be found here.

More Details Here.

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