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    DEWCOM 2022: Kolkata, India

    DEWCOM 2022 will be held in hybrid mode of online and in-person, based in Kolkata, India. The details of DEWCOM 2022 can be found in DEWCOM 2022 will be held together with EAIT 2022.

    DEWCOM 2021 in July

    DEWCOM 2021 will be held in July. The details can be found in

    Paper submissions are welcome. The submission deadline is May. 1, 2021.


    Dew Computing Session on EAIT 2020

    Dew Computing Session on the 6th International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology (EAIT 2020) will be held virtually in Kalyani, West Bengal, India.

    The Dew Computing Session starts on Thursday, 25th February 2021, at 18:00 IST, 13:30 CET, 8:30 AST, 7:30 EST, and finishes at 20:30 IST, 16:00 CET, 11:00 AST, 10:00 EST. It will be held by Zoom at: (Primary Link1:) Meeting ID: 820 7244 7487

    DewCom STC Has a New Leadership Team

    According to the rules of IEEE Computer Society, each STC leadership team should be changed every two years. In the past few months, the DewCom STC Committee invited major researchers and contributors in the area of dew computing to join the discussions related to leadership team change. A new leadership team was proposed through these discussions. The new leadership team was approved by the IEEE Computer Society on Jan. 29, 2021. The new leadership team includes the following researchers:

    Dr. Karolj Skala, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia

    Dr. Marjan Gushev, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia
    Dr. Shuhui Yang, Purdue University Northwest, USA
    Dr. Debashis De, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India

    DewCom STC Committee (alphabetic order):
    Dr. Debashis De, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India
    Dr. Ralph Deters, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
    Dr. Marjan Gushev, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia
    Dr. Yi Pan, Georgia State University, USA
    Mr. Partha Pratim Ray, Sikkim University, India
    Dr. Karolj Skala, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia
    Dr. Ruppa Thulasiram, University of Manitoba, Canada
    Dr. Yingwei Wang, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
    Dr. Shuhui Yang, Purdue University Northwest, USA

    We wish the best to the new leadership team. We trust that the new leaders will lead the further development of dew computing and to organize/promote this research area in each continent. Detailed information regarding to DewCom STC can be found in

    DEWCOM 2020 Paper Submission Deadline Extended

    The deadline for paper and presentation abstract submission of DEWCOM 2020 has been extended to July 15, 2020.

    DEWCOM 2020 will be Online

    DEWCOM 2020 will be held together with Data Science and Biomedical Engineering Conference (DS-BE-2020), which is under the umbrella of 43rd International Convention on Information, Communication, and Electronic Technology (MIPRO 2020). Due to COVID-19 pandemic, most of the activities would be online participation. Participation details will be announced later.

    Welcome researchers, professionals, and students currently working in or interested in dew computing areas to participate this event.

    Details of DS-BE-2020 can be found in:

    Paper and presentation abstract can be submitted here.

    Paper and presentation abstract submission deadline: 22 June 2020.

    Spam Messages

    We have just noticed that our Dew Computing Research website has been attacked: 15 unrelated spam messages were posted to our website. These spam messages were posted to our website between Mar. 2017 to Sept. 2018. These messages might have caused some people uncomfortable and damaged the reputation of our website. We apologize for this incident. We will try to patrol our website often. If anyone noticed suspicious activities, please tell us. Thank you very much.

    DewCom STC Newsletters

    DewCom STC Newsletters are internal documents that are only available to DewCom STC Members. Members obtain password through internal email list or other means. If you are a new member and still do not have a password, you may contact Newsletters can be accessed at:

    DewText: A Proof-of-concept Dew Computing Application

    Rock Chen is a talented computer science student at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada. After he learned the principles of dew computing, he created a simple dew computing application called DewText within a short time. The DewText service is available online at He also put the source code in Github for people to use.

    DewText is a simple Web in Dew (WiD) application. Its great features are that it is open source, light-weighted, and easy to expand. DewText is a perfect proof-of-concept application. Although it is still in its premature condition, has not been well-tested, and could have bugs, it can be very useful in helping people to master the concept of dew computing.

    Well done, Rock!


    What is Post-cloud Computing?

    If in a stage of computing the following two conditions hold, this stage of computing could be called post-cloud computing era:

    1. Cloud computing is not dominant.
    2. The relative importance of cloud computing is not increasing.

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    Cloud computing obtained widely acceptance in the past decade; its usage was increasing quickly. But we believe that cloud computing has never dominated the computing world. With the quick development of Internet of Things, wireless devices, and artificial intelligence, the relative importance of cloud computing is increasing slowly or not increasing at all. Thus, we believe that post-cloud computing era is coming or has already come.

    Post-cloud computing is not a specific computing paradigm; instead, it covers a few computing models that are related to cloud computing and remedial to cloud computing in the post-cloud computing era. Major post-cloud computing models include CDEF, i.e. Cloudlet, Dew computing, Edge computing, and Fog computing.