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CFP: International Conference on Service Oriented Computing

From: Shonali Krishnaswamy <Shonali.Krishnaswamy@infotech.monash.edu.au>
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 10:18:23 +1000 (EST)
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Dear colleague, 
 The paper submission site for ICSOC 2005 is now open at: www.icsoc.org.
 We encourage you to send your contributions to and participate in
 As you will notice from the CFP and the Web site, this year ICSOC
includes several innovations in the ongoing effort to further improve
the quality and attractiveness of what was already a very stimulating
 The main goal of ICSOC'05 is to foster integration among scientific
communities working in  the service-oriented computing area.


            CALL FOR PAPERS

    3rd International Conference on
     Service-Oriented Computing

     Amsterdam, the Netherlands 
        December 12-16, 2005



Scientific communities of interest for ICSOC'05 include (but are not limited to) the following:

Security and Privacy
Software Engineering
Pervasive, Mobile, and P2P Systems
Information Systems
Automated Planning
Semantic Web Services
Software Agents
Formal Methods
WS management/Grid Computing


ICSOC'05 seeks original papers in the field of web services and service oriented computing, from theoretical 
and foundational results to empirical evaluations as well as practical and industrial experiences, with the 
emphasis on results that contribute to solve the many still open research problems that are of significant 
impact to the field of service oriented applications. Topics include but are not limited to the following:

       Service Description 
       Service Discovery
       Service Composition
       Service Monitoring
       Service Deployment
       Service Middleware
       Service Oriented Architectures
       Service Development and Maintenance
       Programming models for Service Oriented Applications
       Methodologies for Service Oriented Applications
       Novel business models for service-oriented applications
       Economical implications of Web services and SOAs
       Formal Methods for Service Oriented Architectures
       Service Testing and Validation
       Service Lifecycle Management
       Service Metadata
       Semantic Web services
       Grid Services
       Mobile and Pervasive Services
       Quality of Services
       Business Process Management and Services
       Agents and Services
       Security and Privacy Issues 
       Exception Handling 
       Service dependability
       SLA modeling-management
       Service Oriented Architectures

The ICSCOC'05 proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag. 


Workshop proposal submission:  May 15, 2005
Paper abstract submission:     June 24, 2005
Tutorial and panel submission: July 1, 2005
Full paper submission:         July 1, 2005
Demo Proposals:                July 30, 2005
Notification of acceptance:    September 10, 2005
Final manuscript due:          October 3, 2005
Workshops and Tutorials:       December 12-13 2005 
Main conference:               December 14-16, 2005


General Chairs:   Paco Curbera, IBM Research (USA)
	          Mike Papazoglou, Univ. of Tilburg (Netherlands)
Program Chairs:   Fabio Casati, Hewlett-Packard (USA)
    	          Paolo Traverso, ITC-IRST (Italy)	
    	          Boualem Benatallah, UNSW (Australia)

Local Organization Chairs: Willem Jan van den Heuvel and 
	                   Kees Leune, Univ. of Tilburg (Netherlands)

Industrial Track Chairs: Jean Jacques Dubray, Attachmate (USA) 

Demo Chairs: Steve Vinoski, Iona (USA) and 

Panel Chairs:	TBD

Tutorial Chairs: Asit Dan, IBM Research (USA) and 
	         Vincenzo D'andrea, Univ. of Trento (Italy)

Workshop chairs: Frank Leymann, Univ. of Stuttgart (Germany) 

Financial Chair: Maurizio Marchese, Univ. of Trento (Italy) 

Publicity Chairs: Helen Paik, QUT, Brisbane (Australia), 
	          Shonali Krishnaswamy, Monash Univ (Australia), 
                  Michael Sheng, UNSW (Australia) 

Roger Barga, Microsoft    (Middleware)
Elisa Bertino, Purdue     (Security and Privacy)
Jim Blythe, ISI/USC       (Automated Planning)
Stefano Ceri, Politecnico di Milano (Databases)
Boi Faltings, EPFL                  (Software Agents)
Ian Foster - ANL & U. Chicago       (WS management/Grid Computing)
Carlo Ghezzi, Politecnico di Milano (Software Engineering)
Richard Hull, Lucent Tech. (Semantic Web Services)
Hui Lei, IBM               (Pervasive, Mobile, and P2P Systems)
Ugo Montanari, Univ. Pisa  (Formal Methods)
John Mylopolous, University of Toronto  (Requirements Eng - Methodologies)
Colette Roland, University of Paris     (Information Systems)
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