Evolution of I4CS
|21||2021||Online (Bamberg), Germany||Udo Krieger, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth, Günter Fahrnberger|
|20||2020||Bhubaneshwar, India||Siddharth Swarup Rautaray, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth, Günter Fahrnberger|
|19||2019||Wolfsburg, Germany||Karl-Heinz Lüke, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth, Günter Fahrnberger|
|18||2018||Žilina, Slovakia||Michal Hodoň, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth, Günter Fahrnberger|
|17||2017||Darmstadt, Germany||Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth, Günter Fahrnberger|
|16||2016||Vienna, Austria||Günter Fahrnberger, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth|
|15||2015||Nuremberg, Germany||Jörg Roth, Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth|
|14||2014||Reims, France||Hacène Fouchal, Marwane Ayaida, Gerald Eichler|
|13||2013||Hagen, Germany||Herwig Unger, Thomas Böhme, Gerald Eichler|
|12||2012||Trondheim, Norway||Leendert W. M. Wienhofen, Gerald Eichler, Anders Kofod-Petersen|
|11||2011||Berlin, Germany||Gerald Eichler, Alex Küpper, Volkmar Schau|
|10||2010||Bangkok, Thailand||Phayung Meesad, Herwig Unger|
|9||2009||Jena, Germany||Gerald Eichler, Christian Erfurth, Volkmar Schau|
|8||2008||Schoelcher, Martinique||Hacène Fouchal, Philippe Hunel|
|7||2007||Munich, Germany||Ulrike Lechner, Achim Dannecker|
|6||2006||Neuchâtel, Switzerland||Peter Kropf, Pascal Felber|
|5||2005||Paris, France||Alain Bui, Marc Bui|
|4||2004||Guadalajara, Mexico||Herwig Unger, V. M. Larios Rosillo|
|3||2003||Leipzig, Germany||Gerhard Heyer, Herwig Unger|
|2||2002||Kühlungsborn, Germany||Herwig Unger, Thomas Böhme|
|1||2001||Ilmenau, Germany||Thomas Böhme, Herwig Unger|
Founded as an academic workshop in 2001 as I2CS (Innovative Internet Computing Systems) in Ilmenau by Thomas Böhme and Herwig Unger, the I2CS annually took place every year in the third week of June. In 2003, the University of Leipzig joined the consortium.
The first event outside of Germany took place in Mexico in 2004. Again, it was Herwig Unger, who made this important step possible. The change in the name from "computing" to "community" perfectly reflects its understanding as a workshop of exchange between people from different countries, universities, institutes, vendors, and industries.
Via France and Switzerland, it returned to Germany in 2007. From now on, an international and a German location is alternately selected by the steering committee to arrange the three-days event which has reached the status of an international conference.
In 2014, the name of the conference has been changed into I4CS (Innovations for Community Services) to emphasize the application focus.