13TH EUNICE OPEN EUROPEAN SUMMER SCHOOL AND IFIP TC6.6 WORKSHOP ON
DEPENDABLE AND ADAPTABLE NETWORKS AND SERVICES
JULY 18 – 20, 2007
UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE, THE NETHERLANDS
The EUNICE network (http://www.eunice-forum.org/) has been created to foster the mobility of students, faculty members and research scientists working in the field of information and communication technologies and to promote educational and research cooperation between its member institutions. The main goal of the EUNICE Summer School is to give researchers and particularly Ph.D. students the opportunity to present their work at an international level. In addition to the research paper presentations, a number of tutorials or invited talks, presented by experts in the field, will be given.
Call for Contributions
One of the main challenges in the next decade will be to make the Internet and the services that are provided on top of it more dependable and adaptable. Research on these themes is needed for fixed, wireless and ad-hoc networking, ubiquitous communication and computing, sensor networks, and context-awareness. While individual mobile applications with context-aware and personalize features emerged, at the same time many challenges for network and service architectures were imposed concerning integration, interoperability, management, provisioning, reliability and security. On the one hand research has to build up a sound understanding of these applications and their supporting service and network architectures. On the other hand, the service and network infrastructure needs to be able to provide the necessary quality of service for the envisioned applications.
Although the EUNICE summer school is open to researchers from any institution, we particularly invite PhD students from EUNICE member institutes and from European Network of Excellence projects in this field, such as EMANICS and Euro-NGI to contribute with original submissions.
The topics of interest include:
- Middleware for mobile and pervasive computing
- Context awareness and personalized services
- Service discovery, mediation and composition
- Security, trust, access control and authorization in ubiquitous computing
- Adaptive applications and architectures
- Service oriented architectures, web services and semantic web
- Service technologies and platforms
- Service design and creation methodologies
- Self-organizing networks and service infrastructures
- Management models and architectures
- Network and service provisioning, reliability and quality assurance
- Management technologies and platforms
- Wireless and mobile computing
- Peer to peer networks and applications'
- Ad-hoc and personal networks
- Business integration and service architectures
- Business-software alignment and traceability
Types of Contribution and Submission Guidelines
Regular Contributions: Authors are invited to submit unpublished papers that are not under review in any other conference or journal. All papers must be written in English and should not exceed eight A4 pages; formatting should be according to the LNCS guidelines (see http://lncs-guidelines.notlong.com). Submissions should be in PDF format through the JEMS system (https://submissoes.sbc.org.br/eunice2007).
Tutorials: Each EUNICE member institution is cordially invited to present tutorials (approx. 75 minutes) at the Summer School. Prospective tutorial speakers are kindly asked to submit proposals covering one or more of the technical areas indicated above. The tutorial proposals should include a brief outline, a short resume, and the speaker's full postal address, phone and fax numbers, homepage and e-mail-address.
The Proceedings will be published in IEEE Xplore.
- Submission Deadline: April 1, 2007 (extended!)
- Notification of Acceptance: April 27, 2007
- Camera-Ready Paper due: May 7, 2007
- Early Registration Deadline: May 15, 2007
The conference takes place on the campus of the University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands, room WA 3 (Waaier Building).
Aiko Pras, University of Twente, the Netherlands
Marten van Sinderen, University of Twente, the Netherlands
University of Twente
PO Box 217