By registering before August 19, attendees will be able to save over 20 percent off the regular fees. The workshop pass can be purchased at a discounted rate together with the conference pass or separately.
This year's conference attendee profile includes CIOs, CTOs, enterprise architects, directors of IT, engineering and marketing, scientists, analysts, HPC consultants, developers, engineers, product managers, researchers, academicians, and data scientists.
The programme is divided into three parallel tracks, addressing Cloud computing and Big Data from the business, technical and research perspectives. The Business Track will focus on commercial solutions that target emerging areas, such as the Internet of Things, factories of the future, and smart grids. Other topics include real world Big Data applications, end-user success stories and industrial examples. The Technology Track will highlight areas such as data protection, security, privacy, data management, analytics, platforms, and tools.
Finally the Research Track will present papers selected by the programme committee from the recent submissions. The organizers are hoping to present 10 papers covering theoretical, experimental, and industrial research and development in Cloud computing and Big Data.
Lastly, no ISC conference is complete without an evening get-together. This year's reception will take place on September 29, 2015 at the Lorsbacher Thal restaurant, which is famous for its ciders and rustic local cuisines. Attendees will have the opportunity to catch a ride to the restaurant in a vintage streetcar.
The complete agenda is available on the conference website.