Best Paper Award: Constraint-Based Runtime Prediction of SLA Violations in Service Orchestrations
Dragan Ivanovic, Manuel Carro and Manuel Hermenegildo
Best Reviewer Award: Gasevic Dragan, Athabasca University, Canada
Note: The presented papers in Workshops, Phd Symposium, Industry track and demo track will be published in the post-conference ICSOC proceedings by Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Authors should send the source files of their papers to workshop organizers/Phd Symposium chairs/Industry chairs/demonstration chairs by 8 January
[23-11-2011] The Proceedings of ICSOC 2011 is published in LNCS 7084.
[15-11-2011] Workshops Program and PhD Symposium Program announced.
[14-11-2011] Wolfgang Emmerich from University College London is confirmed as Keynote Speaker
[21-10-2011] Program announced.
[03-10-2011] Omer Rana from Cardiff School of Computer Science & Informatics is confirmed as Keynote Speaker
[30-09-2011] Paul Constantinides and Meir Amiel from SalesForce.com are confirmed as Keynote Speakers
[29-09-2011] Demo Track: Accepted Papers
[24-08-2011] Accommodation information published.
[23-08-2011] Demo submission deadline extended to September 5.
[19-08-2011] Registration in now open
[15-08-2011] Industry Track: Accepted Papers
[10-08-2011] Extra pages are available for purchase along with the registration information with the corresponding fees (80 € per page) : Short papers - 2 pages, Long papers - 1 page
[10-08-2011] Research Track: Accepted Papers
[05-08-2011] Paper acceptance notifications for the Research Track sent out on August 5
[07-07-2011] IBM Research Sponsorship of the PhD Symposium announced. PhD Symposium deadlines extended.
[30-05-2011] Research paper abstract due extended to June 3rd.
[24-05-2011] Full Research paper due extended to June 10.
[20-04-2011] Accepted Workshops announced.
[29-03-2011] Call for PhD Symposium Contributions announced.
[25-02-2011] Call for Industrial Papers announced.
[16-02-2011] Calls for Workshop proposals & Demonstrations announced.
[15-02-2011] Call for Panel Proposals announced.
[07-02-2011] Call for Research Papers announced.
[31-01-2011] The website is published.
Since 2003, The International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing (ICSOC) has been the main forum for academics and industry researchers and developers to report and share groundbreaking works in service-oriented computing. ICSOC aims at fostering cross-community scientific excellence and collaboration by the gathering of experts from various disciplines, such as business process management, distributed systems, computer networks, ubiquitous computing, grid computing, service science, management science, and software engineering.
Service innovation is key to the future of business. Even in traditionally manufacturing-driven industries, such as IT, the importance of service has surpassed most other corporate competences. The Internet and Web-based services create ever more opportunities for service innovation. Service science is an interdisciplinary approach to the study, design, and implementation of service systems - the specific arrangements of people, organizations, technologies, and information that co-create value. Service systems are often IT-enabled and knowledge-intensive, and can span different real or virtual organizations. In this multidisciplinary context, researchers and practitioners in management, social sciences, and computer sciences are all working together to promote and facilitate service innovation.
While keeping its roots in scientific excellence and technical depth of service technology, ICSOC 2011 aims at examining the research opportunities that are offered by the possible blend of service-oriented computing with cloud computing. In cloud computing, software platforms, applications and data reside in providers’ servers called clouds. By making clouds ubiquitously available, a more rapid and low cost access to a shared pool of virtualized and configurable computing resources is offered to enterprises that would like to diversify their application computation and data storage strategies. “Service-oriented and cloud computing” is this time the main theme for ICSOC 2011. Questions like how does service-oriented computing support the transition to cloud-based solutions, and how does it support Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) models are highlighted for researchers to be discussed during the conference.
ICSOC 2011 will bring together scientists, engineers, and practitioners from multiple disciplines to focus on service-oriented, cloud-based innovative for the 21st century enterprises. The conference will feature research and industry presentations, keynote presentations, workshops, demonstrations, tutorials, and a PhD track. Please refer to www.icsoc.org for calls for workshops, demonstrations, and tutorials.
ICSOC 2011 will take place in Coral Beach resort near the city of Paphos, Cyprus. Prior editions of ICSOC took place respectively in Trento, New York City, Amsterdam, Chicago, Vienna, Sydney, Stockholm, and San Francisco.
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