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CfP Net.ObjectDays 2004; Erfurt, Germany, September 27-30, 2004

From: Rainer Unland <raun00@yahoo.de>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 20:41:47 +0100 (CET)
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First Call for Papers

Net.ObjectDays 2004

5th Annual International Conference on Object-Oriented
and Internet-
based Technologies, Concepts, and Applications for a
Networked World 

Erfurt, Germany, September 27-30, 2004

Conference Web Site: www.netobjectdays.org

Important Dates

Submission of Papers: April 23, 2004
Notification: May 28, 2004
Final Version Due: June 25, 2004
Conference: September 27-30, 2004

Net.ObjectDays is one of the major international
conferences on
object-oriented and internet-based technologies,
concepts, and
applications. Based on a strong research and
innovation focus,
Net.ObjectDays has a tradition in bringing together
researchers from academia and industry on the one hand
system architects, developers, and users from industry
administration on the other hand.

Constantly evolving and increasingly powerful
information and
communication technologies have substantially changed
the nature of
global relationships, sources of competitive
advantage, and
opportunities for economic and social development. The
Internet, and
associated communication technologies have turned the
globe into an
interconnected network of individuals, firms,
organizations, and
governments, communicating and interacting with each
other through a
variety of channels.

These developments pose increasingly complex
challenges to the
computer science community in general and the software
community in
particular. One of the most important aspects is
characterized by
buzzwords like on-demand computing or adaptable
computing. The basic
idea is to assemble, configure and compose software at
runtime to
provide individual solutions to solve one-of-a-kind
issues in an
adequate, reliable and cost-effective way.

Given this background, the focus of Net.ObjectDays
2004 is on methods,
concepts, languages, and tools for efficient, reliable
and adaptive
composition of software artefacts to provide
value-added services,
i.e., to provide the scientific and technological
basis for making
on-demand computing a reality.

Recent developments in different areas contribute to
technological basis, for instance web services,
service composition 
and grid computing, but also in software generation,
domain engineering 
and related approaches. Along this line, the topics of
the conference 
include but are not limited to:

  - Software Methodologies for service composition
  - Semantic Web Services
  - Ontological Engineering 
  - Grid Services infrastructure
  - Functional and non-functional properties
  - Service Registry design
  - Standardization issues
  - Framework technologies and platform developments
  - Software Reusability 
  - Domain Engineering and Software Product Lines
  - Object-oriented technologies and concepts
  - Architecture-centric development 
  - Component-based approaches
  - Agile Processes and Agile Modeling 
  - Generic Programming
  - Model Driven Architecture
  - Software Patterns and Frameworks
  - Software Quality and Testing
  - Aspect-Oriented Software Development 
  - Generative Programming 
  - Component Market Places 
  - Middleware, especially EJB, CORBA, Web Services,
.NET, Jini 

We invite submissions in the following categories:
  - Research papers
  - Case studies from industry

Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged; please
upload a 
self-contained PostScript file or PDF file; details
will be
announced shortly.

Papers must be original contributions that have not
been published
previously, nor already submitted to other conferences
in parallel
with this conference. The length of the paper cannot
exceed 16 pages,
and the paper should be in such a form that it can be
included in the proceedings without major revision. 
The layout has to
match the formatting instructions of Springer LNCS
that can be found at
www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html. Papers that do
not match these 
formatting instructions will not be considered. Papers
must be in
English. Submissions received too late and submissions
sent by fax
will not be considered.

The title page must contain a short abstract and a
classification of
the topics covered, preferably based on the topics
above. Please
also specify the paper category. The paper must
clearly state the
problem being addressed, the goal of the work, the
results achieved,
and the relation to other work. It must be self

Program Committee

Witold Abramowicz, PUE, Poland
Mehmet Aksit, U Twente, The Netherlands
Colin Atkinson, U Mannheim, Germany
Ken Barker, U Calgary, Canada
Boualem Benatallah, UNSW, Australia
Lodewijk Bergmans, U Twente, The Netherlands
Frank Bomarius, Fraunhofer IESE, Germany
Alejandro Buchmann, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Fabio Casati, HP Labs, USA
Pat Croke, HP, Ireland
Jos de Bruijn, U Innsbruck, Austria
Andreas Dengel, DFKI, Germany
Schahram Dustar, TU Wien, Austria
Bernd Freisleben, U Marburg, Germany
Kurt Geihs, TU Berlin, Germany
Reinhard Gotzhein, U Kaiserslautern, Germany
Volker Gruhn, U Leipzig, Germany
Heinrich Hußmann, TU München, Germany
Mario Jeckle, FH Furtwangen, Germany
Stefan Kirn, U Hohenheim, Geramy
Ryszard Kowalczyk, SWIN, Australia
Falk Langhammer, Living Pages Research, Germany
Peter Liggesmeyer, HPI U Potsdam, Germany
David Lorenz, Northeastern University, USA
Frank Maurer, U Calgary, Canada
Gero Muehl, TU Berlin, Germany
Jörg Müller, Siemens AG, Germany
Dirk Mutig, Fraunhofer IESE, Germany
Josef Noll, Telenor, Norway
Roy Oberhauser, Siemens AG, Germany
Andreas Polze, HPI U Potsdam, Germany
Michael Rosemann, Queensland UT, Australia
Günter Ruhe, U Calgary, Canada
Roland Seiffert, IBM Deutschland, Germany
Michael Stal, Siemens AG, Germany
Mihaela Ulieru, U Calgary, Canada
Laurentiu Vasiliu, DERI, Ireland
Gottfried Vossen, U Münster, Germany
Guido Wirtz, U Bamberg, Germany
Leon Zhao, U Arizona, USA

Program Co-Chairs

Prof. Dr. Mathias Weske
HPI at University of Potsdam
Prof. Dr.-Helmert-Straße 2-3
14482 Potsdam, Germany
E-mail: mathias.weske@hpi.uni-potsdam.de 

Prof. Dr. Peter Liggesmeyer
HPI at University of Potsdam
Prof. Dr.-Helmert-Straße 2-3
14482 Potsdam, Germany
E-mail: peter.liggesmeyer@hpi.uni-potsdam.de 

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