Call for Demonstrations
ICSOC 2019 - The 17th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing
Call for Demonstrations
The goal of the ICSOC Demo track is to provide opportunities for participants from both academia and industry to present their latest development in Service Oriented Computing. The following proposals are particularly welcome:
- Novel Service Applications and Implementations (interactive systems)
- Service-oriented Architecture Showcases
- Testbeds for Service Technologies and Concepts
- Design-support tools (platforms, Open APIs)
Best Demonstration Award
The “Best Demo” Awards will be given to the demos that the Demonstration Program Committee judges to be the best in quality, execution, and impact among all the accepted demos in the conference.
Topics of Interest
The proposals for demonstration track focus on tools or research prototypes that showcase the innovations in Service-Oriented Applications. Areas of interest for demonstrations include all topics for ICSOC 2019 conference. Specific topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Service Engineering Tools and Methodology
- Service Design Methods and Tools
- Formal Methods for Web Services
- Validation and Verification of Services
- Quality of Service Design and Management
- Service Security, Privacy, and Trust
- Service Governance
Current Technologies for implementing Services
- Cloud Computing Services and Engineering (XaaS)
- Grid and Scientific Computing Services
- Pervasive and Mobile Services
- Embedded and Real-time Services
- Internet of Things Services
- Services and Process related Blockchains
- RESTful Web Services
Description, Composition, and Execution Models
- Service Vocabularies and Ontology
- Flexible Service Composition and Mashups
- Services related Linked Open Data
- Business Process Interaction and Choreographies
- Service Integration and Orchestration
- Social Networks and Services
- Modeling Business Services and Service Value Networks
- Elastic Service Computing
- Service Adaptation and Customization
- Data-aware Services including Artifact-Centric Systems
- Human-mediated Services
Services for rescue
- Services for Big Data
- Services for Artificial intelligence
- Services for Data mining and Machine learning
Submissions accepted for the Demo track will be advertised on the ICSOC 2019 website and would be included in the post-conference proceedings. Each Demo submission must consist of the following elements:
Paper (maximum 5 pages):
- Pages 1-4 to describe the system to be demonstrated and the bibliographic references. The authors are encouraged to discuss the application domain, the problem scenario, the technology used, the techniques involved, the innovations of the system, interactive aspects, etc.
- Page 5 provides the organizers with a list of requirements for the demo setting at the conference.
- Papers must be prepared using the ICSOC format and submitted as PDF files. Submissions not conforming to the guidelines above will be rejected.
Video (maximum 5 minutes):
- The paper should contain a URL linking to a demonstration video of no more than 5 minutes in duration (QuickTime or YouTube format) showing and explaining the execution of the system.
- The video should be understandable without sound as much as possible, as they can be played during the conference.
All accepted papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings published by Springer Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Videos of accepted demo papers will be played (with no sound) during the breaks and demo sessions to increase visibility.
For each accepted paper, at least one author must attend the conference and present the paper. The deadline for identifying and registering this individual author will be at the time when the camera-ready version is submitted.
The submission and selection process for the ICSOC 2019 Demos will be separate from that of the main conference. Each submission will be assessed by the Demos Program Committee. The authors will receive a brief evaluation report with the notification. The evaluation criteria are:
- Relevance to the ICSOC conference
- Significance and originality
- Video content and presentation
- Maturity and readiness of the demonstration
- Potential for public interaction
- Potential impact in the intended application domain
- Potential interest to a broader audience