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6th NODe Young Researchers Workshop 2004: Deadline Extension (July 2)

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Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 14:24:13 +0300
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              CALL FOR PAPERS
                  for the
   6th NODe Young Researchers Workshop 2004

*** Submission deadline extended to July, 2 ***


  in conjunction with the Net.ObjectDays 2004
    (September 27-30, 2004, Erfurt, Germany)
http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~rutherfo/node_yrw04/


Call for Papers
===============
This call is of special interest to people who have recently started
their career in the area of object-oriented and internet-based
technologies, concepts, and applications (the "young researchers").
We would like to encourage contributions from PhD students, post-docs,
and practitioners in industry. The topics of the workshop are:
-   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
-   Generative Programming

Aims and Objectives
===================
As a successor of the GPCE Young Researchers Workshops (see the 5th GPCE Young
Researchers Workshop website at http://se.inf.ethz.ch/events/gpce_yrw03/) this
workshop which is traditionally held in conjunction with the Net.ObjectDays
(see http://www.netobjectdays.org) aims again at providing a platform for
young international researchers to present their work. The presentations
will be commented by experienced panelists. The workshop serves as a forum
for the participants to get in contact with other researchers in the field
and to become familiar with other approaches and future research topics.
Authors of accepted papers receive feedback and hints on their research in a
constructive and international atmosphere.

Submission Guidelines
=====================
Potential participants are asked to submit a short paper in
English. It must be no longer than 2500 words or five pages
(including figures, tables, and references). Format the paper
according to the LNCS style (for the formatting details see
'Information for LNCS Authors' at
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html) and submit your
paper in either Postscript format or PDF. The submission should be
classified according to the progress of the work, e.g. third
year's PhD work. All submitted papers will undergo a review
process by a panel of renowned experts. The number of accepted
papers is limited to ten. Papers should be sent by e-mail (please
use the text 'NODE-YRW-2004-Submission' as subject of your mail)
to Denis Shestakov (denis.shestakov@utu.fi).

Publication
===========
All accepted papers will be published in the NODe conference
proceedings. Additionally they will be available on the workshop
website for download.

Workshop Structure
==================
The workshop is intended to take one day during the NODe conference.
Accepted papers have to be presented at the workshop by their authors.
Afterwards the presenters receive constructive feedback and hints from
invited panelists who are experienced experts in the workshop topics.
Furthermore there will be time for discussion with the whole audience
about the presented work.

Workshop Website
================
http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~rutherfo/node_yrw04/

Important Dates
===============
-   Submission due: July 2, 2004 (extended)
-   Notification of Acceptance: July 16, 2004
-   Camera Ready Copy: July 23, 2004
-   Workshop: One day during NODe (September 27 - 30, 2004)

Organization
============
- Karine Arnout (Karine.Arnout@inf.ethz.ch)
  Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, (ETH),
  Chair of Software Engineering, Switzerland
- Douglas R. Dechow (dechow@cs.orst.edu)
  Oregon State University, Computer Science Department, USA
- Andreas Pleuss (Andreas.Pleuss@informatik.uni-muenchen.de)
  University of Munich, Institute for Computer Science,
  Media Informatics Group, Germany
- Matthew J. Rutherford (rutherfo@cs.colorado.edu)
  University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Computer Science, USA
- Denis Shestakov (denis.shestakov@utu.fi)
  Turku Center for Computer Science, Turku, Finland
- Daniel von Dincklage (danielvd@colorado.edu)
  University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Computer Science, USA

Panelists
=========
To be announced.
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