Complex systems are systems that generate properties which cannot, if not be deducible at all. They are characterized by the collective behavior of their components. Sources of complex systems include human ecosystems, climate, nervous systems, cells and living conditions, including human beings, as well as existing infrastructures of energy and telecommunication. Such systems require huge computational as well as processing power. One of the solutions is to offload the processing of such systems to the Cloud.
Cloud computing is an emerged technology that is driving the current Information technology. The three classes of cloud computing networks - public, private, and hybrid - open a new dimension to the business’ and engineers to find their way in the virtual world managing their applications without caring about the management details.
Cloud applications are hosted by data centers where thousands of servers are allocated. Although this number of servers raises some issues such as management and energy, the current cloud applications are the driving forces behind using this large number of resources. Some of these applications are cloud gaming, drop boxes, software and services, industrial storage, and intelligent transportation. Cloud problems as well as its applications require smart management and intelligent techniques to handle their problems. Some of these techniques are neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, or other meme-centric problem-solving approaches.
This special issue will provide the scientific and industrial communities a dedicated forum to present new research, applications, and deployment efforts in the field of Complex Systems and Intelligent Cloud Computing. The issue includes but not limited to the utilization of intelligence in the following topics:
- Various Complex Systems
- Intelligent Systems
- Cloud applications
- Cloud Architecture
- Cloud Security
- Energy and cost-efficient network virtualization
- Efficient management of geographically distributed data centers
- Energy-aware data scheduling, monitoring, auditing in cloud computing and data centers
- Big data management and analytics
- Mobile cloud computing
- Virtualization technology
- Performance, dependability, and service level agreements
- Workload deployment and migration
- Cloud programming models and tools
- Hybrid cloud integration
- Service lifecycle management
- Metering, pricing, and software licensing
Paper Submission: August 15th , 2020
Notification of decision: September 15th, 2020
Final Decision: October 15th , 2020
Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished papers on any topics related to Complex Systems and Cloud Computing. Any Manuscript must be prepared in according to the journal guidelines and should conform to the standard format of the Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling journal.
All submissions will undergo a blind peer-review process subject to the standards of the journal. The submissions must be done via the journal automatic system. High quality papers will be selected from the International Conference on new Computer Science and Engineering Trends (NCSET2020) to be submitted to the special issue.
Rabie A. Ramadan Cairo University, Egypt
Dr. Ramadan got his PhD from Computer Engineering from Cairo University and Southern Methodist University (SMU), Dallas, Texas, USA, in 2007. Dr. Ramadan is currently the Chair of Computer Engineering Department, Hail University, KSA. He is an associate professor at Cairo University, Cairo Egypt and Hail University, Hail, KSA. He is an author of more than 125 articles in the field of Big Data, Cloud Computing, IoT, and Computational Intelligence. He served as general chair, program committee chair, and TPC for many of the conferences and journals including Web of Science and IEEE Transactions journals. In addition, he served as the co-chair of the International Conference on Recent Advances in Computer Systems (RACS-2015) and the 2nd National Computing Colleges Conference (NC3 2017) held at Hail University. He also the general chair of International Conference on new Computer Science and Engineering Trends (NCSET2020). In addition, he was the chair of the ACM programming competition in Saudi Arabia associated with NC3 2017 conference. He is also a co-founder of IEEE Computational Intelligence, Egypt Chapter. The chapter was awarded by the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) the 2011 IEEE CIS Outstanding Chapter Award and he is currently serving as the chapter secretary. He Co-led the second and first place team in the RoboCup 2009 and 2010, respectively. He is also the director of industrial partnership program (CISCO, Oracle, and Microsoft), College of Computer Science and Engineering, Hail University, KSA. In addition, he is the founder of FabLab and center of programming and applications at Hail University sponsored by the KSA ministry of Education. Moreover, he is the founder of TripleTech expert house sponsored by Hail University.
Kusum Yadav Univeristy of Hail, Hail KSA email@example.com
Dr. Kusum Yadav is MCA, M-Tech and has received her Ph.D. degree in Networks Security”. She has more than 14 years of teaching experience currently working in University of Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She is working in the area of Internet of Things, Blockchain, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. She has published 2 books related to Computer Programming, Internet Applications. In addition, she has also published more than 30 research papers in various journals of International repute including Scopus and Thomson Reuters. She has also presented more than ten research articles in various national, international, and IEEE conferences. Moreover, she is an active member of various academic International Conference Advisory and Technical Program Committees, of several conferences organized in different part of globe. She has been serving the editorial board member, reviewer and Advisory board member for more than 80 journals and periodicals including Web of Science, IEEE Transections, Scopus, Springer and Elsevier.