Deadline for proposals is Apr. 30th, 2020.
Topics (include but not limited to)
Keynotes (Cloud Computing Development and Practice)：Cloud Computing, Digital Transformation and Smart City Construction under "New Infrastructure"; Key Technologies and Future Trends of Cloud and Digital Transformation; Digital Transformation and Economic Development under Public Emergencies; 5G and AIoT, etc.
Keynotes (Application of Cloud Computing for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises): Policy for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises on Cloud Computing; Digital Transformation for Management (Enterprise Internal Cooperation, Remote Office System, HR Cloud, Financial Cloud, etc); Mid-platform construction; Enterprise System Migration on Cloud; Security Issues in Digital Transformation, and some other application/technology topics related to the actual needs for enterprises.
Digital Upgrade for Enterprise Business Track: Customer Relationship Management and Service Platform Construction; Data Analysis and AI Precise Customer Digital Marketing; Call Center and Chatterbot and some other topics about promoting business digital transformation
Industrial Internet and Digital Transformation Track: Digital Transformation for Small and Micro Enterprise Park; Industrial Chain Coordination for Traditional Manufacturing Industry based on Industrial Internet; Construction of Industrial Internet Platform; Opportunities and Challenges in the Transformation of Traditional Manufacturing Industry; Innovative Service Mode, Operation Mode and Product R & D and some other topics related to practical transformation cases of enterprises and industry development based on industrial internet.
Cloud Computing Technology Track: Advanced Technology related to Cloud Computing, such as ServerlessComputing, Intelligent Operation/maintenance, Edge Computing, container/K8S, Microservice, Blockchain as a Service., etc.; Technology in Response to Public Emergencies such as Big Data, Cloud Computing, AI
Cloud Security Track: Interpretation of Security Regulations; Data and Privacy Protection; Cloud Security A&D; Security Talents
Length: 30 mins (including 5-min audience Q&A). Please inform the advisory board in advance in the case that you may require a customization length.
Lectures are issue-oriented, providing concrete examples, and containing both practical and theoretical information. and generally we make the assumption that there will only be one speaker. We welcome as many styles and types as possible. Please inform the advisory board in advance in the case that you may require a second speaker to involve.
*NOTE: We do NOT supply any hardware (like laptops) for the attendees. If you need them to bring anything with them, this must be CLEARLY stated in your abstract.
The submission form will ask you for these five key items:
1. Contact Information
Please provide full contact information and include a short biography and one headshot photo.
2. Session Title
Please provide the speech title, which can clearly deliver the theme of your speech, as you would have it appear in the conference program
3. Session Abstract
A description of your presentation as you would have it appear in the conference program in 300 words or less.
4. What knowledge will the attendee gain or benefit from attending your session?
In 200 words or less, describe what attendees will learn from your session.
5. Outline/Extended abstract
Provide a description of your presentation in greater detail, absolutely no proposal will be considered without it. You can either enter your extended abstract in the provided text box or upload a text file (in .txt format). For submissions using the input box, please limit your expanded description to 500 words. For submissions using the file upload, limit your expanded description to one to two pages.
When you agree to speak at Cloud Connect China 2020, you are making a commitment to deliver a well prepared talk and to speak on the topic you have proposed. We ask that you do not drastically change the submitted topic or content. The talk you present must be the talk that was submitted and accepted. We expect our speakers to submit a PPT in both English and Chinese version for the online conference archives. The submitter also agrees to be available to present his/her session during any day of Cloud Connect China 2020.
The Advisory Board will review and rate submissions based on the following criteria:
Concept: This is the basic idea of your submission. Is it interesting? Is it relevant? Will it be beneficial for game developers to hear? There is plenty of room for innovative ideas and also the tried and true.
Depth: Is the basic idea well considered and thought out? To what extent will the audience gain insight? The more in-depth, the better.
Organization: Are your ideas conducive to present in front of an audience? Will the Advisory Board understand what you are trying to say? Organization helps.
Credentials: How do your credentials qualify you to speak on the topic you have proposed?
How do I propose a vendor-specific session?
We want our talks to be opportunities for cloud computing professional to share their ideas and experiences. Proposals that are commercial or marketing in nature will not be considered. In general, content specific to proprietary products and technologies is considered sponsored material. The Advisory Board and conference management reserve the right to exercise their editorial discretion.
If you would like to publicize a product, please contact our sales team for more information on sponsorship opportunities, including sponsored sessions (single lecture, full-day/half-day workshop day).
When will I be notified of the status of my submission?
The Steering Committee will notify all submitters regarding the acceptance of their proposal(s) by May. 15th , 2020. If you do not hear from us, please contact Ms. Kathy Ren (email@example.com).