December 29, 2011
Dr. C.L. Wang and his students received two Best Paper Awards
at UCC2011 and CSC2011
Dr. C.L. Wang and his students have recently been awarded two Best Paper Awards at the 4th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC2011) and 2011 IEEE International Conference on Cloud and Service Computing (CSC2011) respectively.
Mr. Luwei Cheng’s paper (co–authored with Mr. Sheng Di, Ph.D student in CS), entitled “Defeating Network Jitter for Virtual Machines” was selected as the Best Student Paper Award at the 4th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC2011), which was held in Melbourne Australia, on Dec. 5–8, 2011. The UCC 2011 conference received 127 submissions from 32 countries with an acceptance rate of ~26%. The award was given to the highest rated paper with a student as the first author. Another paper, entitled “eXCloud: Transparent Runtime Support for Scaling Mobile Applications in Cloud” (co–authored with Mr. Ricky K. K. Ma and Mr. King Tin Lam, Ph.D students in CS) won the Best Paper Award in 2011 IEEE International Conference on Cloud and Service Computing (CSC2011), which was held in Hong Kong, on Dec. 12–14, 2011. CSC2011 only gave two Best paper Awards this year.