Friday, January 29, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
- University of the Aegean (GR), as Coordinator,
- Whitehall Reply Srl (IT),
- Google (UK),
- University of Regensburg (DE),
- Politecnico di Torino (IT),
- Tech4i2 (UK),
- Piedmont Region (IT),
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Monday, January 25, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
- Why is there so much effort wasted in the development of dedicated technical solutions for interoperability problems ?
- How can we predict and guarantee the long-term knowledge and behavior of interoperability in engineering systems ?
- Why do certain interoperability problems appear to be very complex at first, but are actually not complex at all once we find a dedicated solution for them ?
- How can these solution be generalized and formalized ? Is complexity in engineering any different from complexity in natural science or social science ?
- How do we reduce complexity in systems interoperability?
The workshop aims to address the issues of scientific formalisation of Enterprise Interoperability, as a multidisciplinary research domain. Following on the works of European Commission Enterprise Interoperabilty Task Force (EITF) and relevant work by INTEROP-Vlab, the workshop aims at capitalising recent developments in the domain and set the agenda for further coordinated research activities in the enterprise interoperability community.
Topics The main topics of the workshop include:
- Basic research and foundational principles on interoperability
- Formal methods to describe interoperability problems and solutions
- State of the art in scientific methods for interoperability
- Populations of formal descriptions, generalization of approaches for enterprise interoperability
- Scientific methods for interoperability in specific sectors and vertical domains
- Impact assessment, simulation methods and tools
- Proposals academic curricula on interoperability
- Proposals on marketing of the scientific offerings for enterprise interoperability
Workshop chairs and organizers
Yannis Charalabidis National Technical University of Athens – Greek Interoperability Centre, Greece Email: email@example.com Phone number:+30 210 7723555 Ricardo Goncalves, UNINOVA, Portugal Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Keith Popplewell, Coventry University, UK Email: email@example.com Submission Process Full papers may be submitted, via e-mail, to the workshop co-chairs. Papers will be peer-reviewed using a double-blind review system and published in the post conference proceedings book. Formatting rules should be according to those described in the conference portal. Extended versions of selected papers presented in the workshop will be submitted to a special issue for a recognised WoS IF international journal. Key Dates • Full Papers Due: March 1, 2010 • Notification of Acceptance: March 8, 2010 • Camera Ready Copy Due: After the workshop