[CfP] 7th NODe Young Researchers Workshop

doug dechow dechow at eecs.oregonstate.edu
Wed May 4 22:31:38 UTC 2005

7th NODe Young Researchers Workshop 2005
In conjunction with Net.ObjectDays 2005

Call for Papers

This call is of special interest to people who have recently started
their career in the area of object-oriented and internet-based tech-
nologies, concepts, and applications (the "young researchers"). We
would like to encourage contributions from PhD students, post-docs,
and practitioners in industry. The topics of the workshop are:

Software Reusability
Domain Engineering and Software Product Lines
Object-oriented technologies and concepts
Architecture-centric development
Component-based approaches
Agile Processes and Agile Modeling
Generic Programming
Model Driven Architecture
Software Patterns and Frameworks
Software Quality and Testing
Generative Programming

Aims and Objectives

As a successor of the 2004 NODe Young Researchers Workshops (see the
6th NODe Young Researchers Workshop website) this workshop which is
traditionally held in conjunction with the Net.ObjectDays aims again
at providing a platform for young international researchers to present
their work. The presentations will be commented by experienced panelists.
The workshop serves as a forum for the participants to get in contact
with other researchers in the field and to become familiar with other
approaches and future research topics. Authors of accepted papers re-
ceive feedback and hints on their research in a constructive and
international atmosphere.

Submission Guidelines

Potential participants are asked to submit a short paper in English.
It must be no longer than 2500 words or five pages (including figures,
tables, and references). Format the paper according to the LNCS style
(for the formatting details see "Information for LNCS Authors") and
submit your paper in either Postscript format or PDF. The submission
should be classified according to the progress of the work, e.g. third
year's PhD work. All submitted papers will undergo a review process by
a panel of renowned experts. All accepted papers will be published as
downloadable versions on the home page of the 7th NODe Young Researchers
Workshop 2005; they will also be included in the NODe conference pro-
ceedings. The number of accepted papers is limited to ten. Papers should
be sent by e-mail (please use the text NODE-YRW-2005-Submission as
subject of your mail) to the address listed in the Workshop Website
and Email section.


All accepted papers will be published in the NODe conference proceedings.
Additionally they will be available on the workshop website for download.

Workshop Structure

The workshop is intended to take one day during the NODe conference.
Accepted papers have to be presented at the workshop by their authors.
Afterwards the presenters receive constructive feedback and hints from
invited panelists who are experienced experts in the workshop topics.
Furthermore there will be time for discussion with the whole audience
about the presented work.

Workshop Website and Email

node_yrw05 (at) serl (dot) cs (dot) colorado (dot) edu
Important Dates

Submission due: May 23, 2005
Notification of Acceptance: May 30, 2005
Camera Ready Copy: June 17, 2005
Workshop: September 19-22, 2005.

Douglas R. Dechow, Tech-X Corporation
Daniel Foetsch, University of Jena
Sebastian Kiebusch, University of Leipzig
Saverio Perugini, University of Dayton
Matthew J. Rutherford, University of Colorado at Boulder
Denis Shestakov, Turku Center for Computer Science

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