CFP: 17th IEEE ECBS Conference
Call for Papers (http://tab.computer.org/ecbs/2010)
22nd - 26th March, 2010
At St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, UK
17th IEEE International Conference and Workshops on the Engineering of Computer Based Systems (ECBS 2010) Co-located with: 15th IEEE International Conference on the Engineering of Complex Computer Systems (ICECCS 2010) 7th IEEE International Onference and workshops on the Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (EASe 2010)ECBS is dedicated to formulating and advancing methods, techniques and tools for the engineering of computer-based systems. Such systems are characterized by functional, performance, and reliability requirements that mandate the tight integration of information processing and physical processes.The conference provides a bridge between industry and academia, blending academic research and industrial developments. The theme this year is "Engineering Green/Eco CBS".
Papers are sought which reflect this theme, in fundamental ECBS technologies, or application domains, as listed below.
o Adaptive Computing
o Agile Development
o Autonomic Systems
o Cloud Computing
o Component-Based System Design
o Cyber Physical Systems
o Design Evolution
o Distributed Systems Design
o ECBS Infrastructure (Tools, Environments) o Education & Training o Embedded Real-Time Software Systems o Lifecycle Processes & Process Evolution
o Integration Engineering
o Model-Based System Development
o Modelling and Analysis of Complex Systems o Open Systems o Pervasive Systems o Product-Families Models and Architectures
o Reengineering & Reuse
o Reliability, Safety, Dependability, Security o Requirements Elicitation and Analysis o Standards o System on a Chip o System Assessment, Testing and Metrics o Ubiquitous Systems o Verification & Validation
Reports of practical solutions, trends and new system characteristics for ECBS, taking an integrated systems approach, may include application domains such as: Aerospace Systems, Command and Control, Continuous and Discrete Manufacturing, Environmental Systems, Instrumentation and Control Applications, Internet Technology and Applications, Intelligent Highway- Vehicle Systems (IHVS), Medical Systems, and Telecommunications.
WORKSHOPS: As is the tradition, ECBS 2010 will host workshops, not only in the form of "hot topics" mini conferences but also working groups.
POSTER SESSIONS: Posters and abstracts presenting work in progress are invited for a poster session. Accepted abstracts will be published in the proceedings. Graduate students are especially welcome to participate.
DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM: The Doctoral Symposium provides a forum for PhD candidates to present work in progress and get feedback from the research community.
INDUSTRIAL TRACK: The industrial track provides a forum for short papers on results of industrial research and development.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS: Full papers and Doctoral Symposium papers must be 6 to max 10 pages in Computer Society Format, poster abstracts 1 to 2 pages and industrial track papers 2 to 4 pages. For further information see the conference web site.
Submission of titles and abstracts: 1 November, 2009 Submission of all papers: 10 November, 2009 Notification of acceptance: 15 December 2009 Camera-ready material for publication: 15 January 2010 Registration deadline for authors: 15 January 2010 Early registration deadline for non-authors: 22 February 2010
Submission dates for workshop papers may differ, so please check separate Calls for Papers on the workshop websites.
For Committees see