Please notice the updated Workshop Programme! For further informations click here.
The ServiceWave conference series provides a forum for practitioners and researchers to exchange and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and concerns for the Future Internet. ServiceWave fosters cross-community excellence by bringing together industrial and academic experts from various “Future Internet” disciplines, including but not limited to Internet of Content (IoC), Internet of Services (IoS), Internet of Things (IoT) and Networks of the Future (NoF).
Following the success of the ServiceWave workshops of the previous years, ServiceWave 2011 will feature six workshops which aim at bringing together different communities to discuss on emerging issues and relevant aspects of the Future Internet.
The following workshops have been selected for the ServiceWave 2011 workshop day:
EDBPM: 4th International Workshop on “From Event-Driven Business Process Management to Ubiquitous Complex Event Processing” (Full Day)
Event-Driven Business Process Management is an enhancement of BPM with concepts such as Software as a Service, Serviceoriented Architecture, Event-driven Architecture, and Complex Event Processing. In this context BPM means a software platform which provides companies the ability to model, manage, and optimize their business processes. This workshop focuses on the topics of connecting Software Services and Things with the management of business processes and Future and Emerging Technologies.
Rainer von Ammon, CITT, Germany
OCS: 2nd Second Optimising Cloud Services Workshop (Half Day)
Clouds are on the way to replace traditional IT infrastructures for providing and consuming all sorts of software services in research and commercial environments. As scope and complexity of both offerings and requirements increase, technology is needed allowing to (automatically) optimise such Cloud environments in multiple dimensions, e.g. in terms of the software deployment, infrastructure management, trust, security & risk, and quality guarantees. The workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to exchange research results and experience.
Rosa M. Badia, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
Wolfgang Ziegler, Fraunhofer Institute SCAI, Germany
NESSOS: 1st Industry Seminar on Secure Service Engineering: From Best Practices to Scientific Excellence (and Vice Versa) (Half Day)
The domain of engineering secure Software Services covers a collection of engineering activities that aim for the creation of software services – i.e. ICT services delivered through the deployment of software systems- that are both behaviourally correct (typically guided by software engineering principles) as well as secure. The specific engineering activities range from requirements engineering and analysis, over the creation of architectures, highlevel and detailed design into implementation through the reuse and composition of existing artefacts, as well as through the programming of new entities, typically components and services. This workshop will foster a more structured interaction between industrial and scientific stakeholders in the field of secure engineering of software and services.
Aljosa Pasic, Atos Origin, Spain
Fabio Martinelli, CNR, Italy
Jorge Cuellar, Siemens, Germany
WAS4FI: 1st International Workshop on Adaptive Services for the Future Internet (Half Day)
The Future Internet has emerged as a new initiative to pave a novel infrastructure linked to objects and things of the real world to meet the changing global needs of business and society. Future Internet technologies are expected to allow software and data no longer to be stored and distributed on individual computers but to enable their remote access as Software as a Service (SaaS), even by performing the integration into larger networks of communicating software (e.g., a mashup or a plug-in to a Cloud platform). Future Internet software systems will have to support the interoperability between many diverse stakeholders by governing the convergence and lifecycle of Internet of Contents (IoC), Services (IoS), Things (IoT), and Networks (IoN). These applications should handle dynamic and continuous changes: for instance, in the provisioning of software services, the availability of internet-connected “smart” items, the diversity of user devices and so forth. The aim of the workshop is to draw together researchers and practitioners interested in addressing different aspects related to adaptive Future Internet applications, emphasizing the importance of governing the convergence of contents, software services, things and networks.
Javier Cubo, University of Málaga, Spain
Howard Foster, City University London, United Kingdom
Winfried Lamersdorf, University of Hamburg, Germany
Guadalupe Ortiz, University of Cádiz, Spain
Papers can now be submitted to these workshops. Detailed call for papers can be found on the respective web-sites of the workshops.
For most workshops the following important dates are expected:
Paper submission deadline: September 2, 2011
Notification of acceptance: September 26, 2011
CRC submission for post-workshop proceedings: December 15, 2011