2016 ECC Conference
June 12-14 at Marist College
Call for Papers, Presentations and Panels
The 8th Annual Enterprise Computing Community National Conference
Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York
June 12 – 14, 2016
The ECC National Conference is a three day event focused on educational, practitioner and research topics in enterprise computing systems. The conference includes keynote speakers, peer-reviewed papers and presentations, demonstrations and panel discussions in three tracks; Industry, Research and Curriculum. Submissions are encouraged on the themes of the 2016 conference.
- ECC Partnerships: academia, industry and government
- Career paths for enterprise systems professionals
- Corporate training programs for technology professionals
- Internship programs and opportunities for students
- Cognitive computing, Context computing, Cybersecurity, Emerging Technologies & Big Data
- Integrating enterprise computing into the undergraduate curriculum
- Undergraduate/Graduate research projects: examples and case studies
- New degree programs, concentrations, and certificates
Authors are invited to submit papers; preferably in MS Word or PDF format. The length should not exceed 12 pages typeset in a 12-point font. A detailed extended abstract will be considered if it gives a clear reflection of the key points of the coming paper. All submissions will be handled electronically. Authors should attach their paper or abstract to the completed submission form.
Presenters are invited to submit presentation proposals. A detailed extended abstract will be considered if it clearly reflects the contents and key points of the coming presentation. All presentation submissions will be handled electronically. Authors should attach their presentation or abstract to the completed submission form.
Panel or Workshop Submission
Panels and workshops are solicited that examine issues of interest. Panel sessions should provide an opportunity for participants to present their views on a specific topic and then to discuss these views among themselves and with the audience. A typical panel will consist of three or four participants, including the moderator. If the proposal is accepted, all presenters listed in the panel description will be required to register for the conference and to participate in the session. Workshop proposals should provide hands-on instruction and experience for 20 – 30 audience members in an area of interest to large systems computing. All submissions will be handled electronically. Authors should attach a detailed proposal to the completed submission form.
Process of Selection
The program committee will evaluate papers, presentations, and panels based on quality and relevance. All submissions are held in confidence prior to presentation at the conference. Accepted papers will be assigned a 30 minute session during the conference.
Submissions received after the deadline will not be considered unless an extension has been granted by the program chairs. Where employer, client, or government authorization is needed, the author(s) will obtain such authorization prior to submitting the final manuscript.
Accepted papers will be presented by their author(s) and will be made available, with the author’s permission, on the ECC National Conference website after the end of the conference.
ECC requires a non-exclusive copyright license for all papers and presentations given at the conference. This includes potential distribution on a CD-ROM and/or the ECC website.
- Submission deadline: May 20, 2016
- Notification of acceptance on or before: May 27, 2016
For questions about the submission process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angelo Corridori, Marist College
David Douglas, University of Arkansas
MaryAnn Hoffmann, Marist College
Chu J. Jong, Illinois State University
Eitel Lauria, Marist College
Roger Norton, Marist College
Cameron Seay, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Suk-Chung Yoon, Widener University