About COM.* Conferences and Summits
COM.* conference and summits are the
leading-edge computing technology conferences, focusing
on the latest computing technologies for
multidisciplinary research and development that enables
the exploration in relevant areas. Innovative research
and application technologies are the brightest
spotlights at COM.* conferences and summits.
COM.* conferences and Summits are the exclusive events that bridge the gap between computing technologies and related application areas, and connects policy-makers, decision makers and professionals from government, academia, and industry in all related fields. Each conference provides a forum for researchers, decision-makers, policy-makers, developers, and application users to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences, policies, and concerns in the related fields of computing R&A. The conference features the presentation of research papers, application case studies, technical briefings, workshops, courses, panels, demonstrations, and updates on use of advanced computing R&A techniques in industry as well as governmental policies and business models.
COM.* conference and summit proceedings are read and cited worldwide. They have broad impact on the development of theory, method and practice in computing technology R&A fields. Accepted manuscripts are published by the top computing organizations, ACM and IEEE, and appeared in the ACM and IEEE digital libraries for world distribution. Fore more details, please click the following COM.* YEAR for more details about the each conference.
- COM.* Tech Shows 2015
- COM.* 2014 Online Virtual Conference - Attend anytime anywhere all year around!
- 2014 keynotes by U.S.DOT, DOE, Oracle, NVIDIA, Northfrop Grumman, FBDWG
- 2013 Keynotes by NASA, Google, Microsoft, Stanford University, OGC, IFTF
- 2012 Keynotes by White House Office/USGS, Oracle, Nokia, COMStar, OGC, GWU, ICF
- 2011 Keynotes by U.S. FCC, NASA, Microsoft, OGC, U.S. DHS-FEMA
- 2010 Keynotes by MIT, USGS, U.S. DOT, Microsoft, Oracle, OGC, Purdue, U.S. DOE
COM.BigData 2016 Workshop