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  • Green Information Technology (GREEN IT 2011)
    http://www.greenitconf.org/
    Green is the hot topic these days, and the concept is having an impact on the way people think about business and in particular IT. Adopting a holistic approach to greening IT is our responsibility toward creating a more sustaining environment. Companies around the world are announcing ways to save energy and reduce costs during these times of economic meltdown. They are using Environmental Strategy to innovate, create value, and build competitive advantage. Performance optimization and cost reduction are a part of everyday best practices in nearly every area of business. And now the time has come to treat energy costs in the same way. Energy consumption can be difficult to measure as most companies roll up energy costs as a whole rather than breaking down power consumption among specific units. Standardization throughout the organization is one that changes the paradigm by which energy is measured and it involves participation by business units throughout the organization. Such organizational standardizations are the top priority to putting an energy savings program in place. Knowing is half the battle but efforts needs to be put into setting up an Energy Monitoring Systems which would help us to control the energy consumption. Leaders in all markets are making serious investments in making their operations and products more energy efficient. Companies will need people who have Green Degree backgrounds in order for the new economy plan to succeed. It will certainly cause a significant rise of new environmental incentives and scientific awareness for existing businesses.

  • 2nd Annual International Conference on Advances in Distributed and Parallel Computing (ADPC 2011)
    http://www.dpcomputing.org/
    Distribution and concurrency are pervasive in computer science and technology, from the simple PC, already multi-core, all the way up to supercomputing grids, and also graphic cards, PC clusters, distributed databases, and supercomputers. Distributed and parallel computing is also urged by the increasing computational requirements of various applications. The ADPC conference serves as a forum for engineers and researchers to present and exchange new ideas and system technology, with an interactive and friendly, but strongly professional atmosphere

  • Real-Time and Embedded Systems (RTES 2011)
    http://www.rtembeddedsystems.org/
    Real-time and embedded systems have become a necessity in almost every aspect of the daily lives of individuals and organizations, from self-contained applications to those embedded in various devices and services (mobile phones, vital sign sensors, medication dispensers, home appliances, engine ignition systems, etc). A large proportion of these systems are mission/life critical and time sensitive. RTES 2011 provides a forum to bring together researchers and developers from academia and industry for advancing the technology of real-time and embedded systems. Aiming to be expansive and inclusive, RTES 2011 looks to embrace new and emerging areas of real-time and embedded systems research.

  • Annual International Conference on Education & e-Learning (EeL 2011)
    http://e-learningedu.org/
    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • Academic Advising and Counseling • Adult Education • Asynchronous Learning • Authoring Tools • Building an Introductory Global Studies Course • Building E-Learning Architectures • Business Education • Casual Factors of Educational Development • Collaborative Learning • Courseware Development • Cross Cultural Aspects of Education • Cross-disciplinary areas of Education • Curriculum, Research and Development • Developing and Organizational e-Learning Strategy • Developing, Integrating, and Delivering E-Learning Solutions • Digital Libraries for E-Learning • Distance Education • Distance Learning • Early Childhood Education • Education Policy and Leadership • Educational Administration • Educational Foundations • Educational Leadership • Educational Measurement and Evaluation • Educational Psychology • Educational Technology • E-Learning Evaluation • E-Learning Tools and Systems • E-Learning Content Development • Electronic Publishing Tools for E-Learning • Engaging Students with the World Digital and Global Discovery Online • Equal Access to Education • Evaluation/Performance Measurement and Assessment • Gender in Education • Global Education Systems • Health Education • Higher Education • Industry-University Partnering Infrastructure of E-Learning Environments • Interactive E-Learning Systems • International Education in a Global Context • Kinesiology • Knowledge Management in E-Learning • Language Education • Mathematics Education • Methods and Procedures for the Global Classroom • Pedagogical and Issues • Policy and Law • Policy Issues • Politics and Education • Quality Management and Assessment in E-Learning • Research • Social and Cultural Issues • Social Education • Societal Issues, Including Legal, Standards, & International Issues • Special Education • Teaching Ethical Intercultural Communication • The Interdependence between Education and Development • Virtual Universities, Classrooms, and Laboratories • Other Areas of Education

  • Annual International Conference on Human Resource Management and Professional Development for the D
    http://www.hr-mgt.org/
    Organizations are increasingly diverse, throughout the global community of work environments and settings. The theme of the Conference is the complexity of organizational life, given the inevitable need to manage an ever-changing workforce. Papers for this conference can deal with any topic relevant to the management of human resources in an international context. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • HRM Strategic Challenges • Human Resource Management • Ethics & Social Responsibility in Organization • Team Building • Organizational Communication & Information Management • Managing Productive Work Teams • Best Practices in Human Resource Management • Strategic Reward Systems • Power, Influence & Negotiation • Building High Performance Organizations

  • Annual International Conference on Political Science, Sociology and International Relations (PSSIR
    http://www.pssir.org/
    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Political Science Political theory Political philosophy Political systems Policy analysis Policy studies Public policy Public administration Ideology Game theory Political economy Geopolitics and political geography Policy studies and public policy analysis Comparative politics National systems Courts and Judicial Politics Democratic Innovations Green Politics Cross-national political analysis Supranational and intergovernmental politics Political development Foreign policy analysis Analytical Politics Intelligence Governance Peace studies, conflict analysis, international law and politics, public administration and local government studies Political psychology, bureaucratic, administrative and judicial behaviour Legislative processes and public law Political Methodology Interdisciplinary Perspective on Violence and Politics Internet and Politics Political Communication Sociology Sociology of Culture & Cultural Studies Criminology, Sociology of Law, Sociology of Punishment, Deviance Economic sociology Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Disaster & Human Ecology Sociology of Education Sociology of the Family, Sociology of Childhood, Sociology of Gender, Feminist Sociology, Queer Theory Sociology of Health and Illness, Medical Sociology Sociology of the Internet Sociology of Knowledge and Sociology of Scientific Knowledge Media Studies Military Sociology Political sociology Sociology of Race and ethnic relations, Sociology of Immigration Religion Social networks Social psychology Social Stratification, Social Mobility, Social Class Urban and rural sociology Industrial Sociology International Relations Globalization Global Governance International Political Economy state sovereignty Ecological Sustainability Nuclear proliferation Nationalism Economic Development Global Finance Crisis and Global Change Change and Order in World Politics Managing Global Capitalism International Terrorism Territorial Conflicts International Security International Law Political Theory and International Justice Principles and Practice of International Ethics New trends in foreign policy analysis Quantitative and qualitative methods in IR research NGOs – IGOs relations Environmental Issues and Green Diplomacy Culture, Religions, and World Politics International Negotiation and Diplomacy Global Health Problems Collective Security and Sanction Policy Organized Crime Human Security Foreign Interventionism Human Rights and Democratization Civil Society Civilizations and World Order

  • 2nd Annual International Conference on Network Technologies & Communications (NTC 2011)
    http://www.networkcomm.org/
    Networks make it easy to establish ad hoc collaborating communities of people and computing devices. They configure and reconfigure themselves automatically, as nodes appear, migrate, and disappear. This makes them easier to maintain than before, when networks were tuned largely for static wired topologies. Local networks connect seamlessly with each other, with satellite and terrestrial networks, and with a large number and variety of physical devices that can be used to monitor and control the physical world. The demand for network technologies and communications is large and growing rapidly. Networking should be on-demand, with whomever or whatever they want, regardless of time or location. To meet these requirements, industry has invested heavily in a variety of wireless and wireline communications technologies, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. In recent times, we have seen the emergence of 3G and 4G, WiFi and WiMax, Bluetooth and Zigbee, Ultrawideband and TV-band, Powerline and Free space optical. Next-generation services require unified and scalable technologies spread across the network protocol layers facilitating a converged service model across all partitions of the network. Networks allow the user to access remote programs and remote databases either of the same organization or from other enterprises or public sources. Networks Technology provides communication possibilities faster than other facilities. Because of these optimal information and communication possibilities, networks may increase the organizational learning rate, which many authors declare as the only fundamental advantage in competition. Because of the importance of this technology, decisions of purchase, structure, and operation of networks, management has a critical need for understanding the technology of networks and communications.

  • Information Technology Security (ITS 2011)
    http://www.itsecurityconf.org/
    Despite budget cuts made across the board, many companies did not compromise on IT security. This is because much of our daily life is dependent on computers. We check our emails and log onto social networking sites several times a day. For many industries, emailing is a common mode of communication and we often take for granted the stability and security of our software. With computer hackers becoming increasingly sophisticated and the number of emerging threats rising, it is important to equip ourselves with the right preventive measures. IT security problems arise not only from external sources, but also from careless behavior. This can be easily solved by providing relevant training and ongoing awareness communications and activities for employees and students. IT security refers to a company’s ability to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their data and transactions. The current standards for IT security are ISO 27001 standard and NIST 800 standard series. As the need for IT security expands, so will the influx of security programs. Therefore, it is crucial to be well informed and educated with the right information to cater to your respective needs. The IT security conference will discuss a range of topics from various preventive methods and finding the right one for your business. The conference program offers insightful plenary and keynote addresses, stimulating technical sessions, seminars and panel discussions, poster sessions and multiple social and networking opportunities.

  • 2nd Annual International Conference on Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence (ATAI 2011)
    http://www.aiconf.org/
    Over decades, significant advances have been made in a number of core problems of artificial intelligence (AI). The ATAI conference will feature a mix of theory and applications on a wide spectrum of advanced topics of AI. On top of core areas such as machine learning, neural networks, and soft computing, the concept of AI has been applied to problems in other areas of computer science as well (e.g. computer networks, intelligent databases, information retrieval, program synthesis, automated discovery, automated design, robotics, operating systems, parallel and distributed computing). The conference may also be of interest to researchers in Engineering, especially those interested in application of Intelligent Systems in engineering (e.g. in distributed design and manufacturing, power systems, scheduling, etc.).

  • Annual International Conference on Telecom & Digital Media Technology (TDMT 2011)
    http://www.telecom-conf.org/
    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • 3D Modelling • Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks, Adaptive Antenna Systems • Advertising • All-optical Networks • Animation and Simulation • Audio and Video Compression and Manipulation • Branded Entertainment • Broadbvand Wireless LANs/MANs • Broadcasting based on digital technology • Cellular and Broadcast Communications • Citizen Journalism • Cognitive Radio, Wireless Broadband Communications • Communciations Systems Software • Communication Technology and Digital Media • Communication Theory and Methodology • Computer Vision • Content in the Cloud • Cross Platform Video Distribution • Cutting the Cord: Checking in on the Revolution • Cyber Law • Development of Gadgets for communication • Digital Photography • Digital Society (technology dependent society) • Digital Technology for Creative Industry • Digital Technology for Marketing, Branding and Advertisement • e-Commerce & e-Government • E-learning, Multimedia conferencing, internet phones, and mail • Embedded Systems for Communication • Entertainment and Games • Ethical, Social, Privacy, Security and moral Issues in an e-societ • Evolution of Audience • Facebook and Media • Formal Methods • Games Industry • Gamification: How to Use of Game Play Mechanics in Your Business • How Media is Embracing the iPad and Tablets • Hybrid Wireless Comunication Systems • ICT component Industry • Information Society • Interactive Play Media (games) • Investing in Digital Media: VCs Speak • Knowledge Management • Media on the iPad and Tablets • Mobile Agents & Multiagent Systems • Mobile and Wireless IP • Mobile Marketing: What's Working • Mobile Multimedia • Mobile Network Architecture • Mobile TV and Video • Multi-Agent Systems • Multi-Hop and Cooperative Communications • Multimedia Communication • Multimedia Processor Architecture • Myths, Taboos and Misconceptions in IS • Network and Operating System Support for Multimedia • Network Convergence • Network Management • Networked Virtual Environments • Next Generation Internet • Pattern Recognition, Medical Applications and Tele-Medicine • Political Marketing through internet • Quality of Service/Experience • Regulation of Media Coverage • Satellite and Space Communications • Security & Privacy • Service Architectures • Social Commerce • Social Impact of Digital Media • Social Marketing: Techniques, ROI & Developments • Social Networks Services • Social TV • Software Design for Mobile Devices • Software Engineering • Software Testing and Evaluation • Telecommunication Component Industry • Telecommunications and Society (internet governance, privacy issues, digital divide & access to content) • The Future of News Media • The Role of Information in the Information Society • Tools, Environments and Testbeds • Virtual Reality • Voice, Image and Video Processing (coding, compression, recognition, etc.) • Web copy writing • Web design and redesign • Web marketing and advertising • Web Services and Architectures • What's Next in Mobile Apps • Wireless Multi-Media • Wireless Multiple Access Techniques

  • 2nd Annual International Conference on Computer Science Education: Innovation & Technology (CSEIT 2
    http://www.cseducation.org/
    To fulfill the country's objectives, a country needs to organize and improve its education systems. One area of education that has undergone profound change and significant progress is computer education. Comprehensive Education Programs have been created and implemented. As computing evolves, so does Computer Science as a discipline. This puts continual pressure on Computer Science educators to review, revise and rewrite the courses and the curriculum. Educators have been rising up to the challenge, creating new courses, introducing innovative ideas and practices into existing courses, re-organizing the major and carve out minors. Computer education forms a part of the school and college curricula, as it is important for every individual today, to have basic knowledge of computers. Innovation is expensive. Change takes time, effort and commitment. The conference is designed to spark discussion among creative educators, researchers, consultants, training managers, policy makers, curriculum developers, entrepreneurs, and others in Computer Science Education. Many individuals are transforming learning environments in local as well as more global ways. This conference offers an opportunity to meet and discuss their ideas, findings, and next steps.

  • 2nd Annual International Conference on Software Engineering & Applications (SEA 2011)
    http://www.softwareng.org/
    Software Engineering & Applications is an approach to developing software that attempts to treat it as a formal process more like traditional engineering than the craft that many programmers believe it is. Designing software is an exercise in managing complexity. The complexity exits within the software design itself, within the software organization of the company, and within the industry as a whole. In many ways, software bears more resemblance to complex social or organic systems than to hardware. All of this makes software design a difficult and error prone process. Software engineering is concerned with the development and evolution of large and complex software-intensive systems. It covers theories, methods and tools for the specification, architecture, design, testing, and maintenance of software systems. Today’s software systems are significantly large, complex and critical, that only through the use of automated approaches can such systems be developed and evolve in an economic and timely manner. There have been many good ideas from computer science but they lack to meet with understanding among businessmen and scientists hardly care about the real-world needs and problems of the businessmen. This conference attempts to provide a description of the dilemma and aims is to provoke a discussion. There are no solutions but request to take note of the gap and do the best to cross the borders that divides us whenever and wherever possible. The Annual International Conference on Software Engineering & Applications provides opportunities for academics, researchers, experienced professionals and business people to share their research interests in the area of Software Engineering with the world.

  • Annual International Conference on Materials Science, Metal & Manufacturing (M3 2011)
    http://www.m3-conference.org/
    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • Advances in Biomanufacturing • Advances in Materials Forming • Advances in Micro/Meso Mechanical Manufacturing • Advances in Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Manufacturing Processes • Advances in Nontraditional Manufacturing • Advances in Pervasive Sensing and Computing for Manufacturing Systems • Advances of Abrasive Machining in Semiconductor Industry • Automatic Production Line • Case Hardening • Casting and Solification • Challenges in Adaptive Manufacturing Planning and Control • Coatings and Surface Engineering • Composite Materials • Concentration of the Ore • Crystallography • Cutting and Grinding • Data Driven Manufacturing • Design and Manufacturing of Composite Components • Design and Manufacturing of MEMS components • Design for Sustainability • Dynamic Design • Electrometallurgy • Environmentally Sustainable Manufacturing Processes and Systems • Extractive metallurgy • Fabrication Process of Nanomaterials and Nanodevices • Green Energy System Manufacturing • Green Manufacturing • Heat Treatment • High-Energy Beam Processing • High-Speed Machining • Hydrometallurgy • Important Common Alloy Sytems • Innovative Design Methodology • Intelligent Maintenance Systems for Machines and Equipments • Laser Based Manufacturing • Logistics and Supply Chain Management • Manufacturing and Metrology Sytems • Manufacturing Quality Control Systems • Manufacturing Service • Manufacturing System Maintenance • Manufacturing with Soft Materials • Materials Behavior • Materials Forming • MEMS Integration • MEMS packaging • Metal Forming and Joining • Metal Working Processes • Metallography • Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Manufacturing processes • Multi-Physics Coupling Simulation and Optimization • Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing • Non-conventional Machining • Numerical Control Technology • Other Machining Methods • Other Materials Processing • Other Modern Design Methodologies • Powder Metallurgy and Ceramic Forming • Production Engineering of Metals • Pyrometallurgy • Reliability Design • Separation of the Metal • Smart Machining • Surface Integrity and Performance of Components by Multiscale Manufacturing • Surface Science and Technology • Surface Treatment • Surface, Subsurface, and Interface Phenomena • Sustainable Manufacturing of Advanced Composites • Sustainable Nanomanufacturing • Testing and Control of MEMS • Thermal Spray • Thermally-Enhanced Processes and Materials • Ultra-Precision Machining • Virtual Manufacturing and Concurrent Engineering • Web-based Manufacturing

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