|IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud, and Internet Computing|
CCGrid Mission: "To be an equal opportunity global conference featuring high quality and high impact research."
CCGrid guided by a Steering Committee (SC)
The CCGrid symposium series serves as a major international forum for presenting and sharing recent research accomplishments and technological developments in the field of Cluster, Cloud, and Internet computing paradigms. The emphasis is also placed on the use of Cluster, Cloud and Internet computing paradigms, systems, technologies in scientific, industrial, social, educational, government, business, and commercial applications.
The conference encourages the participation of researchers, developers, and users from academia, industry, laboratories, and commerce. The conference features leading authorities in strategic technologies as keynote speakers to set/drive an agenda for the future research and applications.
The CCGrid conference is hosted annually during May month and it is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC), and Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
As emerging Internet Computing paradigms and applications are prominently featured in CCGrid events (and others especially Grid computing declined), our recent SC committee meeting recognised this and endorsed - a minor revision in the conference title (i.e., replacing a word "Grid" by "Internet"). Acronym is retained similar to other community events. Moving forward, all future events will prominently feature all Internet Computing paradigms, systems, applications and enabling technologies.
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|Dates||Venue||General Chair(s)||Program Chair||Papers Statistics|
(Submitted, Accepted, %Accepted)
|1||2001||May 15-18||Brisbane, Australia||Rajkumar Buyya and George Mohay||Paul Roe||126, 48, 38.1%||162|
|2||2002||May 21-24||Berlin, Germany||Alexander Reinefeld and Klaus-Peter Löhr||Henri E. Bal||108, 27, 25%||220|
|3||2003||May 12-16||Tokyo, Japan||Satoshi Sekiguchi and Sangsan Lee||Satoshi Matsuoka||114, 39, 34.2%||300|
|4||2004||April 19-22||Chicago, Illinois, USA||Charlie Catlett||Pete Beckman||138, 38, 27.5%||200+|
|5||2005||May 9-12||Cardiff, United Kingdom||David Walker and Carl Kesselman||Omer Rana||235, 76, 32%||300|
|6||2006||May 16-19||Singapore||Stephen Turner and Satoshi Matsuoka||Francis Lee Bu Sung||257, 61, 23.7%||189|
|7||2007||May 14-17||Rio, Brazil||Bruno Schulze and Rajkumar Buyya||Walfredo Cirne||218, 72, 33%||331|
|8||2008||May 18-21||Lyon, France||Laurent Lefevre and Craig Lee||Thierry Priol||201, 65, 32.4%||260|
|9||2009||May 18-21||Shanghai, China||Ming Li and Hai Jin||Franck Cappello and Cho-Li Wang||271, 57, 21%||170|
|10||2010||May 17-20||Melbourne, Australia||Rajkumar Buyya||Manish Parashar||219, 51, 23%||200|
|11||2011||May 23-26||Los Angeles (Newport Beach), USA||Nalini Venkatasubramanian and Craig Lee||Carlos Varela||189, 55, 29%||150+|
|12||2012||May 13-16||Ottawa, Canada||Shikharesh Majumdar||Pavan Balaji and Rajkumar Buyya||302, 83, 27.5%||220|
|13||2013||May 13-16||Delft, Netherlands||Dick Epema||Thomas Fahringer||257, 57, 22.2%||160|
|14||2014||May 26-29||Chicago, USA||Xian-He Sun and Ian Foster||Kirk W. Cameron and Dimitrios S. Nikolopoulos||283, 54, 19%||229|
|15||2015||May 4-7, 2015||Shenzhen, China||Cheng-Zhong Xu and Pavan Balaji||Daniel S. Katz and Xiaobo Zhou||268, 69, 25.7%||250|
|16||2016||May 16-19, 2016||Cartagena, Colombia||Carlos Varela, Harold Castro, Carlos Jaime Barrios||Gul Agha and Philippe Navaux||198, 45, 23%||132|
|17||2017||May 14-17, 2017||Madrid, Spain||Jesus Carretero and Manish Parashar||Javier Garcia-Blas, Geoffrey Fox, and Franck Cappello||253, 59, 23%||237|
|18||2018||May 1-4, 2018||Washington DC, USA||Tarek El-Ghazawi||Dhabaleswar Panda||250, 52, 20.8%||164|
|19||2019||May 14-17, 2019||Cyprus, Europe||Marios Dikaiakos and Schahram Dustdar||George Pallis, Sarunas Girdzijauskas, and Yongwei Wu||207, 47, 23%||145|
|20||2020||May 11-14, 2020||Melbourne, Australia||Rajkumar Buyya||Carlos A Varela and Laurent Lefevre||234, 66, 28%||-(366, i., the same as CCGrid 2021 due to merger)!|
|21||2021||May 10-13, 2021||Melbourne, Australia||Rajkumar Buyya and Gul Agha||Laurent Lefevre, Stacy Patterson, and Young Choon Lee||230, 60, 26%||366 (200 authors+166 online non-authors)|
|22||2022||May 16-19,, 2022||Sicily, Italy||Massimo Villari and Omer Rana||Maria Fazio, Radu Prodan, and Dhabaleswar K. Panda||302, 75, 24%||167|
|23||2023||May 1-4, 2023||Bangalore, India||Yogesh Simmhan and Ilkay Altintas||Ana-Lucia Varbanescu and Pavan Balaji||275, 58, 21%||261|
|24||2024||May 6-9, 2024||Philadelphia, USA||Jie Wu and Kirk Cameron||Alexandru Iosup, Xubin He, and Beth Plale||-||-|
CCGrid is one of the "few" equal opportunity international conferences in the world. Proposals for hosting future CCGrid events are always welcome from any country/individual/organisation. Those interested in organising future CCGrid conferences in their countries, please contact Steering Committee (SC) Chair (Prof. Buyya). Your EoI (Expression of Interest) email message should contain brief information on: (1) R&D activities in your organisation and country related to CCGrid topics, (2) key individuals who are like to play an important role in conference organisation, (3) your participation in CCGrid past events in roles such as paper publication, attendance as a delegate, serving on Program Committee, workshops organisation etc., and (4) your track record/experience in organising events attracting 100+ participants.
Once EoI phase is passed, you will be requested to prepare a formal bid and present to the Steering Committee during a meeting held along with CCGrid event annually. If you want a copy of one of the past bids, you can use Melbourne Bid for 2010 as a sample/reference for preparing your own.