Call for Research/Industry Papers
ICSOC 2019 - The 17th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing
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ICSOC, the International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing, is the premier international forum for academics, industry researchers, developers, and practitioners to report and share groundbreaking work in service-oriented computing. ICSOC fosters cross-community scientific excellence by gathering experts from various disciplines, such as business-process management, distributed systems, computer networks, wireless and mobile computing, cloud computing, cyber-physical systems, networking, scientific workflows, services science, data science, management science, and software engineering.
ICSOC provides a high-quality forum for presenting results and discussing ideas that further our knowledge and understanding of the various aspects (e.g. application and system aspects) related to Service Computing applied to new application areas and gain insights into a variety of computing, networked, and cyber-physical systems ranging from mobile devices and Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications to large-scale cloud computing systems and the smart grid.
ICSOC 2019 , the 17th event in this series, will take place in Toulouse, France from October 28 to October 31, 2019. Following on the ICSOC tradition, it will feature visionary keynote presentations, research and industry presentations, workshops, tool demonstrations, tutorials, and a Ph.D. track.
Topics of Interest
ICSOC 2019 seeks outstanding, original contributions, including theoretical and empirical evaluations, as well as practical and industrial experiences, with emphasis on results that solve open research problems and have significant impact on the field of service-oriented computing. Specific topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Service Engineering
- Legacy systems migration and modernization
- Service design, specification, discovery, customization, composition, and deployment
- Service change management
- Service innovation
- Theoretical foundations of Service Engineering
- Run-time Service Operations and Management
- Service execution middleware
- Service monitoring and adaptive management
- Quality of service
- Workload compliance management
- Service governance
- Architectures for multi-host container deployments
- Microservices deployment and management
- Services and Data
- Services for Big Data
- Service for compute-intensive applications
- Mining and analytics
- Data-provisioning services
- Services related linked open data
- Automated Knowledge Graph creation
- Services on the Cloud
- Migration to virtual infrastructures
- XaaS (everything as a service including IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS)
- Service deployment and orchestration in the Cloud
- Cloud service management
- Cloud workflow management
- Cloud brokers and coordination across multiple resource managers
- Edge computing vs Cloud computing
- Workload transformation
- Services in the Internet of Things
- Embedded and real-time services
- RFID, sensor data, and services related to the Internet of Things
- Services for IoT platforms and applications
- Service oriented protocols for IoT applications
- REST APIs and services for IoT platforms and applications
- Services in Organizations, Business, and Society
- Services science
- Social networks and services
- Cost and pricing of services
- Service marketplaces and ecosystems
- Service business models
- Enterprise architecture and services
- Service Chatbots
- Services at the Edge
- Cloud and fog computing
- Analytics and knowledge generation services
- Edge service orchestration
- Lightweight service deployment and management
- Services and edge gateway architectures
- Quality of Service (QoS) in edge services
- Security, privacy, and trust of edge services
- Services for Softwarized Network Functions and Software Defined Networks
- Service Network Function Management and Orchestration
- Services for novel and emerging networking protocols
- Named data networking
- Network and transport mechanisms
- Virtualized Network Functions and Services
- Virtualized Service Function Chaining
The conference solicits outstanding original research and practice papers on all aspects of service-oriented computing. Papers should clearly demonstrate the research or practical contribution, the relevance to the field, and the relationship to prior work. Submitted papers will be evaluated according to their rigor, significance, originality, technical quality, and exposition. All papers will be reviewed by at least three members of the Program Committee.
Papers should be formatted according to Springer’s LNCS Formatting Guidelines. Submissions must be in English and not exceed 15 pages including all references and figures. All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF to the Conference Submission System.
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.
Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award, sponsored by Springer, will be given to the paper that the Program Committee judges to be the best in quality, execution, and impact among all the accepted papers in 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.
- Albert Zomaya, University of Sydney, Australia.
- Djamel Ben Slimane, University of Lyon, France.