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DAIS 2010

"Applications and services for a complex world"

10th IFIP International Conference on Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 7-9 June 2010

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DAIS 2010

"Applications and services for a complex world"

10th IFIP International Conference on Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 7-9 June 2010

In-cooperation with
ACM SIGSOFT SIGAPP

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About the Conference

Distributed application technology has become a foundation of the information society. New computing and communication technologies have brought up a multitude of challenging application areas, including mobile computing, inter-enterprise collaborations, ubiquitous services, service-oriented architectures, autonomous and self-adapting systems, peer-to-peer systems, just to name a few. New challenges include the need for novel abstractions supporting the development, deployment, management and interoperability of evolutionary and complex applications and services, such as those bridging the physical/virtual worlds. Therefore, the linkage between applications, platforms and users through multi-disciplinary user requirements (like security, privacy, usability, efficency, safety, semantic and pragmatic interoperability of data and services, dependability, trust and self-adaptivity) becomes of special interest. It is envisaged that future complex applications will far exceed those of today in terms of these requirements.

The DAIS conference series addresses all aspects of distributed applications, including their design, implementation and operation, the supporting middleware, appropriate software engineering methodologies and tools, as well as experimental studies and practice reports. This time we welcome in particular contributions on architectures, models, technologies and platforms for large scale and complex distributed applications and services that are related to the latest trends towards bridging the physical/virtual worlds based on flexible and versatile service architectures and platforms.

DAIS'10 is the 10th event in a series of successful international conferences which started in 1997. It will provide a forum for researchers, application and platform service vendors and users, to review, discuss and learn about new approaches, trends, concepts and experiences in the fields of distributed computing.

Topics of Interest:

DAIS'10 solicits high quality papers reporting research results and/or experience reports. All papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere.

DAIS'10 especially encourages submissions addressing the following topics:

  • novel and innovative applications in the areas of
    • ubiquitous and pervasive computing
    • sensor networks
    • mobile computing
    • peer-to-peer systems and platforms
    • Cloud and enterprise computing
    • collaborative intelligent devices (e.g. robots)
  • models, methodology and concepts supporting distributed applications with respect to
    • sustainability
    • dependability and resilience
    • evolution
    • energy efficiency
    • robustness and trust
    • usability
    • autonomy
  • middleware and software engineering techniques supporting distributed applications in the areas of
    • autonomic and resilient systems
    • mobile systems
    • context- and QoS-aware systems
    • evolution of service-oriented applications
    • enterprise-wide and global integration
    • semantic interoperability
    • application and service management
    • domain-specific modelling languages
    • model-driven software development, testing, validation, and adaptation
    • model evolution
    • software architecture and patterns


Submission Guidelines

Submissions must be done electronically as postscript or PDF, using the Springer LNCS style. DAIS'10 seeks:

  • Full technical papers in no more than 14 pages,
  • Work-in-progress papers, describing on-going work and interim results, in no more than 6 pages.

All papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted for publication elsewhere. Contributions should be submitted electronically as postscript or PDF, using the SPRINGER LNCS style. Each paper will undergo a thorough process of review and the conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series. Proceedings will be made available at the conference. Submission implies the acceptance that at least one author will attend the conference if the paper is accepted.

New: Extended versions of selected best papers published in DAIS'10 will be invited for publication in a dedicated special issue of Wiley Software: Practice and Experience.

Important Dates

   Abstract submission: February 15, 2010 (Extended)
   Paper submission: February 19, 2010 (Extended)
   Author notification: March 19, 2010
   Camera-ready version: April 2, 2010
   Early registration: May 17, 2010
   Online registration: June 4, 2010
   Conferences: June 7-9, 2010
   Co-located events: June 10, 2010

Committees

General Chairs

Frank S. de Boer Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), The Netherlands

PC Chairs

Frank Eliassen University of Oslo, Norway
Rüdiger Kapitza University of Erlangen, Germany

Publicity Chairs

Hans P. Reiser University of Lisboa, Portugal
Johan Fabry Universidad de Chile, Chile
Charles Zhang Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
Gianluigi Zavattaro University of Bologna, Italy

Steering Committee

Kurt Geihs University of Kassel, Germany
Jadwiga Indulska University of Queensland, Australia
Lea Kutvonen (chair) University of Helsinki, Finland
Elie Najm ENST, France
Rui Oliveira Universidade do Minho, Portugal
René Meier Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Twittie Senivongse Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Sotirios Terzis University of Strathclyde, UK

Program Committee

M. Aoyama Nanzan University, Japan
J. E. Armendáriz-Íñigo Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain
D. Bakken Washington State University, USA
Y. Berbers Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
A. Beresford University of Cambridge, UK
A. Beugnard TELECOM Bretagne, France
G. Blair Lancaster University, UK
A. Casimiro University of Lisbon, Portugal
E. Cecchet University of Massachusetts, USA
I. Demeure ENST, France
S. Dobson University of St Andrews, Scotland
J. Dowling SICS, Sweden
D. Donsez Universite Joseph Fourier - Grenoble 1, France
N. Dulay Imperial College London, UK
F. Eliassen (chair) University of Oslo, Norway
S. Elnikety Microsoft Research, USA
P. Felber Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland
K. Geihs University of Kassel, Germany
N. Georgantas INRIA, France
K. Göschka Vienna University of Technology, Austria
R. Grønmo SINTEF, Norway
D. Hagimont INP Toulouse, France
S. Hallsteinsen SINTEF, Norway
P. Herrmann NTNU Trondheim, Norway
J. Indulska University of Queensland, Australia
R. Kapitza (chair) University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
H. König BTU Cottbus, Germany
R. Kroeger University of Applied Sciences, Wiesbaden, Germany
L. Kutvonen University of Helsinki, Finland
W. Lamersdorf University of Hamburg, Germany
M. Lawley Queensland University of Technology, Australia
P. Linington University of Kent, UK
C. Linnhoff-Popien Munich University, Germany
K. Lund Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), Norway
R. Macêdo Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
R. Meier Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
A. Montresor University of Trento, Italy
E. Najm ENST, France
N. Narasimhan Motorola Labs, USA
R. Oliveira Universidade do Minho, Portugal
G. Pierre Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P. Pietzuch Imperial College London, UK
A. Puder State University San Francisco, USA
R. Rouvoy University of Lille 1, France
D. Schmidt Vanderbilt University, USA
T. Senivongse Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
K. Sere Åbo Akademi University, Finland
S. Terzis University of Strathclyde, UK
H. Yokota Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
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