[Elsnet-list] SEUS 2008 Call for Papers (deadline May 9, 2008)

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                         Call for Papers:

           The 6th IFIP Workshop on Software Technologies 
              for Future Embedded & Ubiquitous Systems 
                            SEUS 2008

            Villa Orlandi, Anacapri, Capri Island, Italy
                        October 1-3, 2008


                         SPONSORED BY
                IFIP WG 10.2 “Embedded Systems”

Embedded  and  ubiquitous computing  systems  have  considerably 
increased their scope of  application  over the past few  years, 
and they  include nowadays  also mission-  and business-critical 
scenarios. The advances call for a variety of  compelling issues, 
including dependability,  real-time, autonomy, resource constra-
ints, seamless interaction, etc.
SEUS 2008 will be a forum  where researchers  and  practitioners 
with substantial experiences and serious interests in  advancing 
the state-of-the-art  and the  state-of-practice in the field of
future  embedded  and  ubiquitous computing  systems gather  and 
engage in review of  the state-of-the-art,  exchange of signifi-
cant developments,  and  brain-storming on  promising directions 
for future research.
SEUS 2007, the first edition sponsored by IFIP, was held in con-
junction  with  the  IEEE International  Symposium  on  Object-, 
component-,  service-oriented  Real-time  Distributed  Computing 
(ISORC).  SEUS 2008  will be held as a stand-alone event for the 
first time and sponsored by IFIP WG10.2.
Seats  will  be limited to 55.   When a paper  is co-authored by 
professor(s)  and student(s),  the paper  must be presented by a 
For inclusion in the workshop  program,  contributions that pre-
sent  advances  in integrating the fields  of embedded computing 
and ubiquitous systems  are invited.  Industrial applications in
the emerging field are also encouraged.  Papers can be of a con-
ceptual, theoretical,  application-oriented,  standards-driving,
innovative design or  experimental nature,  and should represent
technological or scientific advances. 

Topics  of  interest  include  (but  are not restricted  to) the 

* Emerging applications, components and services 
* Emerging infrastructural support 
* Software architecture and programming models 
* Communication system architecture 
* Middleware and Operating Systems
* Software Engineering, Context Awareness 
* Self-Organization and Organic Computing
* Dependability and/or real-time aspects
* Autonomy, resource management
* Human-machine interfaction, seamless interaction
* Embedded software synthesis and verification
* Reports on R&D progress in the field 
* Specification of requirements 
* Emerging tools and trends 
* Emerging standards (or the need for new standards) 
* Practical experiences, particularly from industry 
* Government strategies

The conference proceedings will  be published by Springer Verlag 
in  the   Lecture  Notes  in  Computer  Science   (LNCS)  series 
(www.springer.com/lncs). Regular and short papers should descri-
be original work,  and they should follow Springer Verlag's LNCS 
manuscript guidelines, available at: 

The page limits of  camera-ready copies are 12 pages for regular 
papers and 6 pages for short papers.

Paper  submissions will  be handled  electronically through  the 
paper submission system available at:


Important Dates:
 * Paper submission deadline:                May      9,  2008
 * Notification of acceptance:               June     23, 2008
 * Final camera-ready manuscripts due:       July     4,  2008


Stefano Russo, Federico II University of Naples, Italy 

Uwe Brinkshulte, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Tony Givargis, University of California, Irvine, USA

Gabriella Carrozza, Federico II University of Naples, Italy
Tharam Dillon, Curtin University of Technology, Australia 
Stephen A. Edwards, Columbia University, USA 
Sebastian N. Fischmeister,University of Waterloo, Canada
Kaori Fujinami, Tokyo Univ.of Agriculture and Technology, Japan 
Chris Gill, Washington University, St. Louis, USA
Jan Gustafsson, Malardalen University, Sweden 
Sunggu Lee, POSTECH, Korea
Doo-Hyun Kim, Konkuk University, Korea
Tei-Wei Kuo, National Taiwan University, Taiwan 
Yunmook Nah, Dankook University, Korea
Roman Obermaisser, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Michael Paulitsch, Honeywell AES Centers of Excellence, USA
Robert G Pettit, The Aerospace Corporation, USA
Peter Puschner, Vienna University of Techonology, Austria
Franz J.Rammig, University of Paderborn, Germany
Theo Ungerer, University of Augsburg, Germany
Frank Vahid, University of California, Riverside, USA
Allan Wong, Hong Kong Polytech, China

Marcello Cinque, Federico II University of Naples, Italy 
Domenico Cotroneo, Federico II University of Naples, Italy 

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