2015 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 17.4%
2014 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 18%
2013 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 19%
2012 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 17%
2011 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 14%
2010 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 17.6%
2009 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 15.6%
2008 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 16%
2007 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 18%
2006 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 16%
2005 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 18.9%
2004 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 28.7%
2003 ICWS Acceptance Rate: 29.8%
The long-term goal of ICWS is to build up the most reputable conference for the international community on Web-based services. It is very clear that the ICWS belongs to everyone.
The Services Society is a non-profit professional organization that has been created to promote worldwide research and technical collaboration in Services Computing among academia and industrial professionals. Its members are volunteers from industry and academia with common interests. The Services Society is registered in the USA as a "501(c) organization", which means that it is an American tax-exempt nonprofit organization. The Services Society collaborates with other professional organizations such as the to sponsor conferences and to promote an effective services curriculum in colleges and universities. The Services Society initiates and promotes a "Services University" program worldwide to bridge the gap between industrial needs and university instruction. It has created Services Society Young Scientist Forums (SSYSF) worldwide. The Services Society has provided professional services for more than 30,000 researchers, practitioners, professors, and students directly.
If you have any questions or queries on ICWS 2018, please send email to icws AT ServicesSociety.org.
Please join us at Services Computing Community (http://services.oc.ieee.org/). Press the "Register" button to apply for a FREE Web Account. As a member, you will be permitted to login and participate in the community. This invitation allows you to join a community designed to facilitate collaboration among a group while minimizing e-mails to your inbox. As a registered member of the Services Computing Community, you can also access the Body of Knowledge on Services Computing (http://www.servicescomputing.tv).