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CFP: 9th International Conference on Service Oriented Computing (ICSOC 2011)

From: George A. Papadopoulos <george@cs.ucy.ac.cy>
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2011 09:03:26 +0300
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    The Nineth International Conference on Service Oriented Computing

                    Coral Beach Hotel, Paphos, Cyprus

                            December 5-8, 2011

                          http://www.icsoc.org/

                         *** CALL FOR PAPERS ***


THE CONFERENCE

Since 2003, The International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing
(ICSOC) has been the main forum for academics and industry researchers
and developers to report and share groundbreaking works in
service-oriented computing. ICSOC aims at fostering cross-community
scientific excellence and collaboration by the gathering of experts
from various disciplines, such as business process management,
distributed systems, computer networks, ubiquitous computing, grid
computing, service science, management science, and software
engineering.

Service innovation is key to the future of business. Even in
traditionally manufacturing-driven industries, such as IT, the
importance of service has surpassed most other corporate competences.
The Internet and Web-based services create ever more opportunities for
service innovation. Service science is an interdisciplinary approach to
the study, design, and implementation of service systems - the specific
arrangements of people, organizations, technologies, and information
that co-create value. Service systems are often IT-enabled and
knowledge-intensive, and can span different real or virtual
organizations. In this multidisciplinary context, researchers and
practitioners in management, social sciences, and computer sciences are
all working together to promote and facilitate service innovation.

While keeping its roots in scientific excellence and technical depth of
service technology, ICSOC 2011 aims at examining the research
opportunities that are offered by the possible blend of
service-oriented computing with cloud computing. In cloud computing,
software platforms, applications and data reside in providersí servers
called clouds. By making clouds ubiquitously available, a more rapid
and low cost access to a shared pool of virtualized and configurable
computing resources is offered to enterprises that would like to
diversify their application computation and data storage strategies.
Service-oriented and cloud computing is this time the main theme for
ICSOC 2011. Questions like how does service-oriented computing support
the transition to cloud-based solutions, and how does it support
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and
Software as a Service (SaaS) models are highlighted for researchers to
be discussed during the conference.

ICSOC 2011 will bring together scientists, engineers, and practitioners
from multiple disciplines to focus on service-oriented, cloud-based
innovative for the 21st century enterprises. The conference will feature
research and industry presentations, keynote presentations, workshops,
demonstrations, tutorials, and a PhD track. Please refer to
www.icsoc.org for calls for workshops, demonstrations, and tutorials.


IMPORTANT DATES

Research and industry papers

Abstract due      :   May 27, 2011
Full paper due    :   June 3, 2011
Notification      :   August 5, 2011
Camera ready due  :   September 2, 2011


TOPICS OF INTEREST

ICSOC 2011 seeks outstanding, original contributions, including solid
theoretical and empirical evaluations as well as practical and
industrial experiences -- with emphases on results that solve open
research problems and make a significant impact to the emerging fields
of cloud computing and service- -oriented, cloud-based computing as
well.

Specific topics of interest include but are not limited to:

* Service-oriented Architecture

* Services on the Cloud - XaaS (everything as a service including IaaS,
  PaaS, and SaaS)

* Grid and Cloud Services

* Social networks and services

* Human-provided and outsourcing services

* Theoretical and Technical Service Foundations

* Business Service Modeling and Business Process Modeling

* Service Integration and Orchestration on the Cloud

* Service Composition and Engineering

* Service Operations and Management on the Cloud

* Quality of Service for Cloud Services

* Software engineering models, methods and methodologies for XaaS

* Service Applications and Implementations

* Service Design Methods

* Service change management

* Designing Outsourcing Interactions

* Service Vocabularies and Ontologies

* SOA Runtime

* Testbeds for Service Concepts and Technologies

* Business Intelligence and Analytics for Services

* Pervasive and Mobile Services on the Cloud

* Embedded and Real-time Services

* Service Security, Privacy, and Trust


RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY PAPERS

The conference solicits outstanding original research and practice
papers on all aspects of service-oriented, cloud-based computing. Papers
should clearly demonstrate the research or practical contribution, the
relevance to the field, and the relation to prior work. Submitted papers
will be evaluated according to their rigor, significance, originality,
technical quality, and exposition.


PAPER SUBMISSION

Prospective authors must submit abstracts prior to submitting full
papers. Full papers are not to exceed 15 pages including all references
and figures. All papers must be prepared in the Springer LNCS format and
be submitted electronically (in PDF) via the conference Web site
available at icsoc.org.


PROCEEDINGS & SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES

All accepted papers will appear in the ICSOC 2011 proceedings published
by Springer-Verlag under the Services Science series. Selected papers
will be considered for possible publication in the International Journal
of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS).


GENERAL CHAIRS

Mohand-Said Hacid, University of Lyon, France
George Papadopoulos, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Winfried Lamersdorf, University of Hamburg, Germany


PROGRAM CHAIRS

Gerti Kappel, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Hamid Motahari, HP Labs, USA
Zakaria Maamar, Zayed University, U.A.E


WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Mohamed Jmaiel, Univesity of Sphax, Tunisia
George Palis, University of Cyprus, Cyprus


INDUSTRY CHAIRS

Anis Charfi, SAP, Germany
Sven Graupner, HP Labs, USA
Yuecel Karabulut, SAP, USA


DEMONSTRATION CHAIRS

Sam Guinea, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Florian Rosenberg, IBM Research, USA


PANEL CHAIRS

Youakim Badr, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Francisco Curbera, IBM TJ Watson, USA


PHD SYMPOSIUM CHAIRS

Michael Q. Sheng, Adelaide University, Australia
Cesare Pautasso, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Sonia Benmokhtar, University College London, UK


PUBLICITY CHAIRS

Leandro Krug Wives, UFRGS, Brazil
Ivan Bedini, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Ireland 
Yacine Atif, UAE University, U.A.E


ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE

Christos Mettouris, University of Cyprus, Cyprus


PUBLICATION CHAIR

Dieter Mayrhofer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

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