About IEEE ICCC 2017

June 25 - June 30, 2017, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

The First IEEE International Congress on Cognitive Computing (ICCC 2017) is created to cover all aspects of Sensing Intelligence (SI) as a Service (SIaaS). Cognitive Computing is a sensing-driven-computing (SDC) scheme that explores and integrates intelligence from all types of senses in various scenarios and solution contexts. It is well beyond traditional human being's senses, which has four major senses (sight, smell, hearing, and taste) located in specific parts of the body, as well as a sense of touch located all over a body.

From process perspective, the key sensing elements of intelligence as a service includes but not limited to producing, extracting, understanding, perceiving, responding, deciding, inferencing, correlating, propagating, billing, exchanging, trading, replicating, destroying, repairing intelligences in scientific and business applications.

There are some initial thoughts about cognitive computing. For example, as defined on wikipedia, "Cognitive computing (CC) describes technology platforms that, broadly speaking, are based on the scientific disciplines of Artificial Intelligence and Signal Processing. These platforms encompass machine learning, reasoning, natural language processing, speech and vision, human-computer interaction, dialog and narrative generation and more."

News

  • 2016 IEEE-CS TCSVC Outstanding Leadership Award: Michael Goul

  • 2016 IEEE-CS TCSVC Outstanding Services Award: Jia Zhang

  • 2016 Steve Yau Services Computing Award: Ernesto Damiani

  • 2016 Peter Chen Big Data Young Researcher Award: Wei Tan

Speakers and Leading Volunteers @ Serivces Conference Federation (SCF)

  • Carlo Ghezzi

    Carlo Ghezzi

  • Tsengdar Lee

    Tsengdar Lee

  • Ling Liu

    Ling Liu

  • Eric Brewer

    Eric Brewer

  • Guruduth Banavar

    Guruduth Banavar

  • Dennis Gannonis

    Dennis Gannonis

  • Susan Davidson

    Susan B. Davidson

  • Philip S. Yu

    Philip S. Yu

  • Michael Goul

    Michael Goul

  • Munindar P. Singh

    Munindar Singh

  • Zhaohui Wu

    Zhaohui Wu

  • Junliang Chen

  • George O. Strawn

  • H. Garcia-Molina

  • Peter Chen

  • Stephen S. Yau

  • Carole Goble

  • Ian Foster

  • Elisa Bertino

  • Calton Pu

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.

About the Services Society

The Services Society is a non-profit professional organization that has been created to promote worldwide research and technical collaboration in Services Computing among academia and industrial professionals. Its members are volunteers from industry and academia with common interests. The Services Society is registered in the USA as a "501(c)(3) organization", which means that it is an American tax-exempt nonprofit organization. The Services Society collaborates with other professional organizations such as the IEEE to sponsor conferences and to promote an effective services curriculum in colleges and universities. The Services Society initiates and promotes a "Services University" program worldwide to bridge the gap between industrial needs and university instruction. It has created Services Society Young Scientist Forums (SSYSF) worldwide. The Services Society has provided professional services for more than 30,000 researchers, practitioners, professors, and students directly.

Contact Information

If you have any questions or queries on ICCC 2017, please send email to ICCC AT ServicesSociety.org.