Call For Papers of SEW-30, ICECCS2006, AXMEDIS2006
Fri Dec 16 21:47:34 CET 2005
Dear Erlang Questions
You are cordially invited to Submitt a paper and/or to attend the following
conferences and workshops:
-- 30th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop
Loyola College Graduate Center, Columbia, MD, USA, 24-28 April 2006,
-- 11th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex
Computer Systems (ICEECS 2006), Co-located with Computational Systems
Bioinformatics (CSB 2006) Stanford University, CA, USA, 10-14 August 2006,
-- 2nd International Conference on Automated Production of Cross Media
Content for Multi-channel Distribution, IEEE press proc.,
Leeds, UK, 13-15 December 2006.
Sorry for multiple reception of this email, and please pass this email to
other collegues that could be interested in the above events.
In the following, and on the web site you may find more details.
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30th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop
Loyola College Graduate Center, Columbia, MD, USA
24-28 April 2006
Part of Systems and Software Week (http://www.systemsandsoftwareweek.org),
· EASe 2006, 3rd IEEE Workshop on Engineering Autonomic Systems;
· DSSNS 2006, 2nd IEEE Workshop on Dependability and Reliability
in Sensor Networks and Systems; http://www.dssns.org
· ZUM 2006, 12th International Conference of Z Users;
Sponsored by NASA Software Engineering Laboratory
-NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
-IEEE Computer Society, Technical Council on Software Engineering
Join us for our 30th anniversary, and the Software Engineering event of 2006!!!
· Vic Basili (University of Maryland, College Park, USA)
· Judith Bishop (University of Pretoria, South Africa)
· Manfred Broy (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
· Carlo Ghezzi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
· David Gries (Cornell University, USA)
· Jim Woodcock (University of York, UK)
The 30th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop, the longest continually
running Software Engineering event in the world, will be held at Loyola College
Graduate Center, Columbia, Maryland, in Metropolitan Washington DC, 24-28 April
2006, as part of the 2nd Systems and Software Week.
The workshop aims to bring together NASA technical staff, contractors, academics
and industrial practitioners interested in the advancement of software
engineering principles and techniques. The workshop provides a forum for
reporting on past experiences for describing new and emerging results and techniques,
and for exchanging ideas on best practice and future directions. Of particular
importance is relevance to NASAs mission and goals, and how techniques might be
applied, or adapted for use, at NASA, or how NASAs techniques might be used or
adapted for more generic use.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Ø Metrics and experience reports
Ø Software quality assurance
Ø Formal methods and formal approaches to software development
Ø Software engineering processes and process improvement
Ø CMM and CMMI
Ø Requirements engineering
Ø Software Architectures
Ø Real-time Software Engineering
Ø Software maintenance, reuse, and legacy systems
Ø Agent-based software systems
Long papers (maximum 10 pages in IEEE format) and short industrial/governmental
experience reports (maximum 5 pages in IEEE format) are sought for inclusion in
the conference program and publication in the post-proceedings which will be
published by IEEE CS Press. All submissions will be reviewed for originality,
relevance, and technical detail. At least one author per paper will be required
to register and present at the workshop. Papers not presented will not be
included in the proceedings.
All submissions must be made in electronic format (.doc, .pdf or .ps formats only),
via the conference electronic submission site that will be available shortly via
the Systems and Software Week website (http://www.systemsandsoftwareweek.org).
All accepted papers will be published in the conference post proceedings, published
by IEEE CS Press. Some authors will also be invited to submit a revised version
of their paper for inclusion in Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering:
A NASA Journal (Springer).
Best Student Paper Prize
The NASA Software Engineering Laboratory will offer a best student paper prize
of $1K (US$1,024) and a commemorative certificate. To be eligible for the prize,
a paper must be accepted for SEW, presented at the conference, and written solely
by full time student author(s) and their advisors only. Papers based on thesis
work submitted after 1 January 2005, and satisfying the above author criteria, are
also eligible. A significant registration discount will be available for student
- 8 January, 2006: Long and Short papers due
- 1 February, 2006 : Notification to Authors
- 24-28 April, 2006 SEW-30 in Columbia, MD
- 8 June, 2006 Camera Ready Copy due for Post-Proceedings
Any inquiries should also be directed by email to Michael.G.Hinchey@REDACTED; for
faster responses, please include SEW in the subject line.
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ICEECS Call for Papers
11th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems
Co-located with Computational Systems Bioinformatics (CSB 2006)
IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Technical Committee on Complexity in Computing
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Software Engineering Laboratory
Stanford University, CA, USA, 10-14 August 2006.
With the ever expanding range of computing platforms and applications, system
complexity is on the rise. Increasing intelligence and autonomics in todays
systems requires innovative approaches to address these concomitant complexity
issues. At this cross-section of volume and complexity, current technologies are
often ineffective at coping with the demands for quality computer systems.
Manifold dependencies between the critical software, hardware, communications,
and human elements now drive computer system and software architectures.
Complexity of software systems has grown significantly, pervading several key
application areas including Manufacturing, Communications, Transportation,
Internet, Entertainment, Mobile, Healthcare, Aerospace, and Energy.
These systems are frequently distributed over heterogeneous networks, involving
Internet technologies. Inundated by temporal constraints, boundless functionalities,
complex algorithms, distributed and mobile architectures, security constraints,
reliability, high performance, interoperability, security, and the like, these
complexities are further weighing down development and evolution of todays
software systems and ultimately the organizations they serve.
The goal of this conference is to assemble industrial, academic and government
experts, from a variety of user domains and software disciplines, to examine key
complexity problems and effective solutions. Researchers, practitioners, tool
developers and users, and technology transition experts are all welcome.
The scope of the interest includes long-term research, near-term complex system
requirements and promising tools, existing systems, and commercially available tools.
Papers are solicited in all areas related to complex computer-based systems,
including the causes of complexity and means of avoiding, controlling, or coping with
complexity. Topic areas include, but are not limited to:
-System and software architecture and system engineering
-Tools, environments, and languages for complex systems
-Formal methods and approaches to manage and control complex systems
-Integration of heterogeneous technologies
-Software and system development and control processes for complex systems
-Human factors and collaborative aspects
-Interoperability and standardization
-Systems and software safety and security
-Industrial automation, embedded and/or real time systems
-Content production and distribution systems, mobile and multi-channel systems
-Software complexity visualization
-Virtual environments for managing complexity
Research papers, case studies, lessons learned, status reports,
and discussions of practical problems faced by industry and user domains are all
For review, submissions are divided into two categories: Technical Papers
and Experience Reports.
Submitted papers should be formatted in the style of IEEE-Computer Society Format: http://www.computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm.
Submitted manuscripts must be in English and should be no longer than 4000 words
or 10 formatted pages.
Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign a copyright release form.
IEEE Computer Society Press will publish the proceedings.
Submission Procedure: Please email your manuscripts in PDF format to the
program chairs listed above.
Panels and Special Sections:
Proposals (1 page) for organizing panels and special
sections should be sent to the general and program chairs via email. In both cases,
the list of confirmed people involved should be included.
- 3 February, 2006 Paper submission
- 7 April, 2006 Notification of acceptance
- 19 May, 2006 Camera ready papers
- 10-14 August, 2006 Conference
- Michael G Hinchey, NASA Software Engineering Laboratory,
Goddard Space Flight Center, Michael.G.Hinchey@REDACTED
Program Co-Chairs - Americas:
- Shawn Bohner, Virginia Tech, sbohner@REDACTED
- Phil Laplante, Penn State, plaplante@REDACTED
Program Co-Chair - Asia:
- Zhiming Liu, United Nations University, IIST, Macao, lzm@REDACTED
Program Co-Chairs - Europe:
- Paolo Nesi, University of Florence, Italy, nesi@REDACTED
- Jim Woodcock, University of York, UK, jim@REDACTED
- Denis Gracanin, Virginia Tech
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2nd International Conference on Automated Production of Cross Media
Content for Multi-channel Distribution,
Leeds, UK, 13-15 December 2006.
Recommended topics include, but are not limited to the following:
* Automatic cross-media production, collection, crawling, composition, formatting,
* Formats and models for multi-channel content distribution
* Multimedia standards, e.g. MPEG-7, MPEG-21, DMP, etc.
* High quality audio visual coding
* Multimedia music representation and formatting
* Watermarking and fingerprinting techniques
* GRID and distributed systems for content production
* real-time streaming media distribution
* Multimedia middleware
* Workflow management systems
* Web services for content distribution
* Semantic Web
* Distribution with P2P architectures
* Legal aspects related to digital content
* Collecting and clearing of rights and licences
* Business, payment and transaction models
* Digital Rights Management (DRM), models tools, and interoperability
* Formats and tools for Content Aware
* Archives managements for cultural and educational applications
* Synchronisation technologies and solutions
* Systems and approaches for content production/distribution on demand
* Digital content user interface
* Digital content accessibility
* Novel applications and case-studies of relevant technologies
The conference proceedings is to be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.
Selected papers from the conference will be considered for publication in special
issues of one or
more major peer-reviewed Journals in this domain.
- Submission due: 18 March 2006
- Conference date: 13-15 Dec 2006
- Conference venue: University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK
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