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CfP - 2nd International Workshop on Service Oriented Software Engineering

From: Andrea Polini <andrea.polini@isti.cnr.it>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 17:04:49 +0200
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Call for Papers 

2nd International Workshop on Service Oriented Software Engineering   
(IW-SOSWE 2007) Dubrovnik (Croatia) - September 3, 2007   
In conjunction with the 6th ESEC/FSE Joint meeting  


Service oriented software engineering, in which software applications
are constructed as composition of services, has been recognized as an
important approach to software system development. One of the main goals
of the service oriented paradigm and of the technologies enabling this
vision, is to provide a solution to the development of applications
involving tasks to be carried out by different organizations. Recently,
more and more software systems are being developed, deployed, and
consumed in this way. This new paradigm centres on the creation,
discovery, composition and collaboration of autonomous services that can
fulfill various functional and quality requirements. From a
technological point of view, recent years have seen the emergence of
important standards enabling the Service Oriented vision; however, the
engineering of complex and dependable service oriented software still
lacks powerful, effective methods and tools. 
The 2nd International Workshop on Service Oriented Software Engineering
(IW-SOSWE 2007), is intended to provide a forum for presentation and
discussion of a wide range of topics related to the new paradigm of
service oriented software engineering. The aim of this workshop is to
bring together researchers from academia and industry, as well as
practitioners working in the areas of software system engineering and
service-oriented computing to discuss existing issues, recent
developments, applications, methods, techniques, experience reports, and
tools to support the engineering and use of service oriented systems.
More specifically, the workshop seeks contributions that address
theoretic foundations, practical techniques,  empirical studies,
experience, and lessons learned related, but not limited, to those
listed in the CFP.  

Topic of Interest 
The workshop seeks contributions addressing, but not limited to, the 
following topics: 

- Service centric software system life-cycle 
- Specification of service centric software 
- Requirement for service centric software 
- Design and development of service centric software systems 
- Verification and validation of service centric software 
- Evolution and maintenance of service centric software 
- Service descriptions 
- Service discovery 
- Service monitoring 
- Service composition 
- Service deployment 
- Service binding 
- Quality of Services 
- Service level negotiation and agreements 
- Approaches to support service trustworthiness 

The workshop solicits two kinds of submissions: 
a) full papers presenting on  going research, and b) position papers
introducing new open issues and research statements. All papers must be
written in English, must be original, and should not have been submitted
for review or published elsewhere. Full papers should not exceed 7 pages
in the ACM format including figures, bibliography and appendices.
Position papers are limited to 5 pages. All submitted papers will be
reviewed by three members of the programme committee and will be
evaluated based on their quality, relevance, originality, significance,
and soundness. Accepted papers will be published in the official
workshop proceedings, which will be distributed during the workshop.   
To submit please go to the submission system: 
Important Dates 

Deadline for submission:  May 20, 2007  
Notification of acceptance:  June 15, 2007  
Camera-ready paper due:  July 1, 2007  
Workshop day:  September 3, 2007  
Organizing Committee 
Elisabetta Di Nitto  (Politecnico di Milano - Italy)  
Andrea Polini  (ISTI-CNR Pisa - Italy)  
Andrea Zisman  (City University London - United Kingdom)  
Program Committee 
Boualem Benatallah  (University of New South Wales - Australia)  
Tevfik Bultan  (University of California, Santa Barbara - USA)  
Fabio Casati  (University of Trento - Italy)  
Shing-Chi Cheung  (University of Hong Kong - Hong Kong)  
John Grundy  (University of Auckland - New Zeland)  
Jun Han  (Swinburne University of Technology - Australia)  
Reiko Heckel  (University of Leicester - United Kingdom)  
Neil Maiden  (City University - United Kingdom)  
Massimo Mecella  (University of Roma La Sapienza - Italy)  
Raffaela Mirandola  (Politecnico di Milano - Italy)  
Oliver Nano  (Microsoft Europe)  
Dumitru Roman  (DERI - Austria)  
Kurt Sandkuhl  (Jnkping University - Sweden)  
Anne Marie Sassen  (European Commission)  
George Spanoudakis  (City University - United Kingdom)  
Aphrodite Tsalgatidou  (NKUA - Greece)  
Sebastian Uchitel  (Imperial College London - United Kingdom)  
Not finalized yet    
For any enquiry please contact the event organization at one of the 
following addresses:  
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