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From: Michael Sheng <qsheng@cse.unsw.EDU.AU>
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 18:27:34 +1000 (EST)
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3rd International Conference on Service Oriented Computing,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands,
December 12-15, 2005

Please note that early registration is until 11 november 2005.
For registration and hotel reservation, please visit the conference web 

The 3rd International Conference of Service Oriented Computing
(ICSOC'05) follows on the success of two previous editions in New York
City, USA (2004) and Trento, Italy (2003), and aims at consolidating as
the main reference conference for service oriented computing and web
services, by covering the entire spectrum from theoretical and
foundational results to empirical evaluations as well as practical and
industrial experiences.

This year, the International Program Committee selected 32 long
papers, 15 short papers and 13 demonstration papers.

There are two half-day tutorials planned.

(1) Opportunities for Service Oriented Architecture in Telecom Industry
     Nilanjan Banerjee, Motorola India Research Lab, Bangalore, India
     Dipanjan Chakraborty, and Amit Anil Nanavati,
     IBM Research Lab, New Delhi, India

(2) WS-Agreement Concepts, Use and Implementation
     Heiko Ludwig, IBM Watson Research Center
     Toshiyuki Nakata, NEC Corporation

A panel discussion on "Service Oriented Architectures: Are they 
and three keynote presentations from the field leaders are part
of the highlights in the program.

ICSOC program also includes five workshops in the following areas;
(1) Dynamic Web Processes - DWP '05
(2) Design of Service-Oriented Applications - WDSOC '05
(3) Engineering Service Compositions - WESC '05
(4) Mediation in Semantic Web Services - MEDIATE '05
(5) Service-Oriented Business Processes Integration - SOBPI '05

For the full program detail, please visit the conference web site
at: http://www.icsoc.org
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