Category: Call for Papers

Calls for papers for conferences and journals that I’m affiliated with.

CFP: ECOWS 2011 – The 9th IEEE European Conference on Web Services

14-16 September 2011, Lugano, Switzerland http://ecows2011.inf.usi.ch Call for Research, Industry, and PhD Symposium Papers Abstract submission: 11 April 2011 Paper submission: 15 April 2011 The IEEE European Conference on Web Services (ECOWS) is the premier conference on the advances in

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WS-REST 2011 Call for Papers

March 28, 2011 – Hyderabad, India http://ws-rest.org/2011/ The Second International Workshop on RESTful Design (WS-REST 2011) aims to provide a forum for discussion and dissemination of research on the emerging resource-oriented style of Web service design. Background Over the past

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ECOWS 2010 Call for Papers

As a member of the programme committee for the 8th European Conference on Web Services (ECOWS 2010), I’d like to draw your attention to the call for papers. Get your thinking caps on and submit something fabulous. To help focus

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WS-REST: Call for Papers on the First International Workshop on RESTful Design

The First International Workshop on RESTful Design, the (inflammatory-titled) WS-REST will be running alongside the WWW2010 conference in Raleigh, North Carolina on 26th April 2010. As a member of the program committee, I’d like to draw your attention to the

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CFP: Workshop on the Applications of Software Services

If you’re into thinking about services, and you fancy being in lovely Prague, Czech Republic on the 5th June 2009, then you might consider submitting a paper to the Workshop on the Applications of Software Services. This has been a

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Call for Papers: Workshop on Empirical Studies of Web Service Architecture

My goodness, if that isn’t quite a mouthful. Nonetheless there’s an interesting workshop happening at this year’s OOPSLA conference in Nashville. A workshop inviting people who are building services to come and compare notes – not opinions or architectural comparisons

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