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[PVS] CfP ISoLA 2008 - 3rd IEEE Internat. Symposium on Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation



       3rd IEEE^1  International Symposium on
             Leveraging Applications
of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation

13-16 October 2008 - Porto Sani Resort, Kassandra (Greece)

http://www.cs.uni-potsdam.de/isola2008

ISoLA is a forum for developers, users, and researchers to discuss
issues related to the adoption and use of rigorous tools for the
specification analysis, verification, certification, construction, test,
and maintenance of systems from the point of view of their different
application domains.
To bridge the gap between designers and developers of (formal
methods based) rigorous tools, and users in engineering and in
other disciplines, it fosters and exploits synergetic relationships
among scientists, engineers, software developers, decision makers, and
other critical thinkers.
In particular, by providing a venue for the discussion of common
problems, requirements, algorithms, methodologies, and practices,
ISoLA aims at supporting researchers in their quest to
improve the utility, reliability, flexibility and efficiency of tools
for building systems and users in their search of adequate solutions to
their problems. Applications and case studies with a conceptual message
and experience papers with a clear link to tool construction are all
encouraged.


Special track themes:


    * Applications of  Formal Approaches to Service-Oriented Computing
    * Trustworthy Computing: Theories, Methods, Tools and Experience in
      China and East Asia
    * Introduction of Multi-Core Systems in Automotive Applications
    * Non-Functional Requirements in Embedded Systems
    * Processes, Methods and Tools for Developing Educational Modules to
      Support Teaching and Technology Transfer
    * Service Engineering in a converging Telecommunications / Web 2.0
      World
    * Tools and Applications in Industrial Software Quality Control
    * Model-Driven SOA
    * Ubiquitous and Context Aware Systems
    * Formal Methods for Analysing and Verifying Very Large Systems


Thematic sessions:


    * Tools for Service-oriented DisCovery of Knowledge
    * Tackling the challenges of Software Development Process for SMEs
      with Rigorous Support and Open Source


Co-located Workshops:


    * SEW-32, 32nd Software Engineering Workshop, in coop. with NASA and
      IEEE (coop. pending)
    * jABC Workshop and jABC/jETI User Group (October 16th)


We welcome Regular contributions, Survey papers, Student Papers and Tool demonstrations on the


Use of


    * Deduction and model-checking
    * System construction and transformation techniques
    * Program analysis
    * Compositional and refinement-based methodologies
    * Testing and test-case generation
    * Techniques for real-time, hybrid and safety-critical systems
    * Tool environments and tool architectures

for Application Areas:

     Automotive and mechanical engineering,
     Biomechanics, biocomputing, and healthcare
     Electrical engineering, embedded systems, and controllers
     Financial and banking sectors, E-commerce
     Robotic Systems for Space Exploration
     Telecommunications, Internet-based applications, Mobile Computing
     Transportation and aviation
     Transformation & processing-oriented industries
     Interoperability (HW/SW, MEMs, ...) and Integration (legacy
      systems, ...)

All accepted papers will be published in the Symposiums' Proceedings
(Springer Verlag). Selected papers will appear in Innovations in Systems
and Software Engineering: A NASA Journal (Springer Verlag, London), and
in STTT (Springer Verlag, Heidelberg).


Deadlines:



Regular papers: Submission: May 4th Acceptance: June 15th Final version: July 15th Early Registr.: September 15th


Symposium Chair Bernhard STEFFEN (TU Dortmund, D)

Program Chair
Tiziana MARGARIA (Univ. Potsdam, D)


Program Committee


Ellen F. BARBOSA (ICMC-USP, BRA)
Karin BREITMAN (PUC-Rio, BRA)
Ruth BREU (Univ. Innsbruck, A)
Jean-Pierre BRIOT (UPMC - LIP6 - F)
Eric BURGER (BEA, US)
Maura CERIOLI (Disi, Genova - I)
Noel CRESPI (GET, F)
Klaus DAVID (Univ. Kassel, D)
Jin Song DONG (National Univ., SG)
Schahram DUSTDAR (TU Wien, A)
Stefania GNESI (ISTI, Pisa, I)
Karl M. GöSCHKA (TU Wien, A)
Edward H. HAEUSLER (PUC-Rio, BRA)
Axel HAHN (Univ. Oldenburg, D)
Mike HINCHEY (LERO - IRL)
Stefan HOLTEL (Vodafone Research, D)
Antti HUIMA (Conformiq Software, FIN)
Nick HULSAK (AT&T, US)
Ajit JAOKAR (Futuretext, UK)
He JIFENG (East China Norm. Univ., CN)
Raimund KIRNER (TU Wien, A)
Jens KNOOP (TU Wien, A)
Joost KOK (Leiden Univ., NL)
Pieter KRITZINGER(Univ. Capetown, ZA)
Bernd KRÄMER (FU Hagen, D)
Nada LAVRAC (Jozef Stefan Inst., SLO)
Björn LISPER (Mälardalen Univ., S)
Zhiming LIU (UNU-IIST. Macao, CN)
Jian LU (Nanjing Univ., CN)
T. MAGEDANZ (TU Berlin/Fraunh.FOKUS, D)
José C. MALDONADO (ICMC-USP, BRA)
Christian METZLER (BMW Car IT, D)
Roberto MINERVA (Telecom Italia, I)
Alexander K. PETRENKO (ISPRAS, RU)
Enrico PITTALUGA (ETT, Genova, I)
Peter PUSCHNER (TU Wien, A)
Christian SCHALLHART (TU München, D)
Jörn SCHNEIDER (Robert Bosch GmbH, D)
Markus SCHORDAN (TU Wien, A)
Ulrich STAIGER (Deutsche Telekom, D)
Hong-Linh TRUONG (TU Wien, A)
Helmut VEITH (TU Darmstadt, D)
Ji WANG (Changsha Inst., CN)
Martin WECHS (BMW, D)
Uwe ZDUN (TU Wien, A)
Dirk ZIEGENBEIN (ETAS GmbH, D)


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