[Elsnet-list] RISE 2004 Intl. Workshop. CFP on Rapid Integration of Software Engineering techniques

Nicolas Guelfi Nicolas.Guelfi at uni.lu
Sun Aug 1 13:19:00 CEST 2004


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CALL FOR PAPERS

RISE 2004  International Workshop
on Rapid Integration of Software Engineering techniques

November 26, 2004
Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
http://rise2004.uni.lu

PURPOSE

RISE 2004 is an international forum for researchers and practitioners 
interested in the advances in, and applications of, new, integrated and 
practical software engineering approaches that are part of a methodological 
framework and that apply to new and evolving applications, technologies and 
systems. It provides a nice opportunity to present and observe the latest 
research, results, and ideas in in the integration of complementary 
software engineering techniques. All papers submitted to this workshop will 
be peer reviewed by at least two members of the International Program 
Committee. Acceptance will be based primarily on originality and 
contribution. The proceedings of the workshop will be published in the 
Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series 
(http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html). The Lecture Notes in 
Computer Science Series are published as printed books and as full-text 
electronic versions. RISE is supported by the European Research Consortium 
in Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM - http://www.ercim.org ), the FNR - 
Luxembourg National Research Fund (http://www.fnr.lu) and the SE2C - 
Software Engineering Competence Center (http://se2c.uni.lu).

LOCATION

RISE 2004 will be held in Luxembourg 
(http://www.luxembourg.co.uk/nutshell.html) at the Faculty of Sciences, 
Technology and Communication of the University of 
Luxembourg  (http://www.ist.lu).

SCOPE

Domains of interest: in order not to consider all the scope of software 
engineering, the RISE workshop focuses on the following sub domains:
* Software/System Architectures
* Reuse
* Testing
* Model Transformation/Model Driven Engineering
* Requirement Engineering
* Lightweight formal methods
* ASE tools

Specific Applications Domains: the RISE workshop limits also its research 
to specific application domains for the problems and solutions it proposes.

The application domains proposed are:
* Web systems
* Mobility in Communication Systems
* High availability systems
* Embedded systems
* User Interface development

Specific industry sectors will be given priority:
* Financial & insurance
* Telecommunications
* Avionics, automotive
* eGovernment

PROGRAM CHAIR

Guelfi Nicolas, FNR, Luxembourg

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Armstrong Joe, SICS, Sweden
Arve Aagesen Finn, NTNU, Norway
Bertolino Antonia, CNR-ISTI, Italy
Bicarregui Juan, CCLRC, United Kingdom
Bolognesi Tommaso, CNR-ISTI, Italy
Born Marc, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
Buchs Didier, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Dony Christophe, LIRMM, France
Guelfi Nicolas, FNR, Luxembourg
Haajanen Jyrki, VTT, Finland
Issarny Valérie, INRIA, France
Klint Paul, CWI, The Netherlands
Moeller Eckhard, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
Monostori Laszlo, SZTAKI, Hungary
Pimentel Ernesto, SpaRCIM, Spain
Romanovsky Sacha, DCS, Newcastle, England
Rosener Vincent, FNR, Luxembourg
Savidis Anthony, FORTH, Greece
Schieferdecker Ina, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

SUBMISSION OF PAPERS

Foundational papers, tools papers and experience papers can be submitted 
via our web site at: http://rise2004.uni.lu. All submissions should be in 
Adobe Acrobat or Postscript. Authors should follow the instructions at: 
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

The page limit for final papers is ten pages (5 000 words). The RISE 2004 
Secretariat must receive your paper by September 20, 2004. Do not send hard 
copies of your paper. Please note that one of the authors has to present 
the paper at the workshop, and that for the final submission one of the 
authors will need to sign a LNCS copyright form for the paper. Also, the 
authors are expected to strictly respect the deadlines for paper submission 
and for author registration. Not meeting these requirements will result in 
the exclusion of the paper from the proceedings.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

Submissions due:                September 20, 2004
Notification of acceptance:     October 15, 2004
Registration and final papers:  November 1, 2004

For more information, or to be placed on our mailing list, please contact:

RISE 2004 Secretariat
University of Luxembourg
Faculty of Sciences, Technologies and Communication
Software Engineering Competence Center
6 , rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg-Kirchberg, LUXEMBOURG

phone: +352 420 101 251 or +352 420 101 245
fax: +352 43 21 24
E-mail: rise2004 at uni.lu
Web Site: http://rise2004.uni.lu




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