CALL FOR PAPERS
5th International Workshop on Distributed and Mobile Collaboration
|9:00||9:15||Welcome from the Chairs and introduction|
|9:15||9:45||FULL||An Architectural Approach to Apply the Supervisor/Worker Collaboration Pattern to Nomadic Workspaces||Manfred Bortenschlager, Gabriele Kotsis, Sigi Reich|
|9:45||10:10||short||A software architecture for simple and reliable computing environments for collaborative work||Patrizio Pelliccione, Hoa Dung Ha Duong, Christian Melchiorre, Eike Michael Meyer, Ignacio Nieto, Gerard Paris, Frederique Tastet-Cherel|
|10:10||10:30||short||Collaborative Software Engineering Using Model-Driven Approach||Vitaly Semenov|
|11:00||11:30||FULL||Context-Aware, Collaborative Applications for Inter-Networked Cars||Wolfgang Woerndl, Robert Eigner|
|11:30||12:00||FULL||Virtual Storage Services for Dynamic Collaborations||Shiping Chen, Surya Nepal, Jonathan Chan, David Moreland, John Zic|
|12:00||12:20||short||A middleware for mobile spontaneous short-range ad-hoc networks||Antonio Palmeira Filho, Francisco José da Silva|
|13:30||14:00||FULL||A View-based Analysis of Distributed and Mobile Teams||Christoph Dorn, Daniel Schall, Robert Gombotz, Schahram Dustdar|
|14:00||14:20||short||An Extensible Co-Browsing Environment with Conference Support||Christopher Viana Lima, Roberto Willrich, Roberta Lima Gomes, Guillermo de Jesús Hoyos Rivera, Jean-Pierre Courtiat|
|14:20||14:40||short||An ontological approach for developing domain-independent groupware||Jesús Gallardo Casero, Miguel Ángel Redondo Duque|
|14:40||15:00||short||Mobile Information System, Health Work and Community Health Workers in Less Developed Countries||Adesina Iluyemi, Jim Briggs, Carl Adams|
|15:00||15:30||Final discussion and closing|
We encourage submissions in the areas of Distributed Systems, Service-Oriented Computing, CSCW, Mobile Data Management, Databases, Knowledge Management/Semantics, Pervasive Computing, and Software Engineering which specifically focus on distributed and mobile collaboration. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
|Michele Angelaccio||Universitŕ di Roma 2 Tor Vergata||(I)|
|Farhad Arbab||Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI)||(NL)|
|Boualem Benatallah||University of New South Wales||(AUS)|
|Athman Bouguettaya||Virginia Tech||(USA)|
|Christoph Bussler||Cisco Systems||(USA)|
|Fabio Casati||University of Trento||(I)|
|Vincenzo D'Andrea||University of Trento||(I)|
|Karl Michael Göschka||Technical University of Vienna||(A)|
|Paul Grefen||Eindhoven University of Technology||(NL)|
|Volker Gruhn||University of Leipzig||(D)|
|Manfred Hauswirth||DERI Galway||(IRL)|
|Paola Inverardi||Universita' dell'Aquila||(I)|
|Kerstin Johansen||Linkoping University||(S)|
|Alexander Lazovik||Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI)||(NL)|
|Frank Leymann||IBM and Stuttgart University||(D)|
|Heiko Ludwig||IBM T.J. Watson Research Center||(USA)|
|Zakaria Maamar||Zayed University||(AE)|
|Tiziana Margaria||Postdam University||(D)|
|Massimo Mecella||Universita' di Roma La Sapienza||(I)|
|Nikolay Mehandjiev||University of Manchester||(UK)|
|Wolfgang Nejdl||University of Hannover||(D)|
|Guadalupe Ortiz||Extremadura University||(E)|
|Claudio Riva||Nokia Research Center||(FI)|
|Stefan Tai||IBM T.J. Watson Research Center||(USA)|
|Willem-Jan van den Heuvel||University of Tilburg||(NL)|
|Mathias Weske||University of Potsdam||(D)|
|Andreas Wombacher||University of Twente||(NL)|
|Gianluigi Zavattaro||University of Bologna||(I)|
The workshop solicits scientific papers that address problems specific to distributed and mobile collaboration environments. Additionally, position papers outlining interesting new research domains and approaches are welcome. The selection of papers is based primarily on their potential to influence future research. This influence can be exercised in many ways, exemplified by but not limited to the following:
Papers should contain original contributions not published or submitted elsewhere, and references to related state-of-the-art work. Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their views of the field at the oral presentation. Papers up to six pages (including figures, tables and references) can be submitted. Papers should follow the IEEE format, which is single spaced, two columns, 10 pt Times/Roman font. Papers should include a title, the name and affiliation of each author, an abstract of up to 150 words and no more than eight keywords. Authors should also provide contact addresses, if different from the submitting electronic address. All submissions should be electronic (in PDF) and will be peer-reviewed by a minimum of three programm commitee members.
Formatting Instructions and templates are available at
Full papers accepted for the workshop will be included in the proceedings, published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.
To submit your paper, please log into the EasyChair webpage.
The best paper submitted to the workshop will be recognized with the best paper award. An extended version of the best paper will be invited for a regular issue of the International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAHUC).
The best paper recognition has been awarded to Shiping Chen, Surya Nepal, Jonathan Chan, David Moreland and John Zic for their article Virtual Storage Services for Dynamic Collaborations. Our sincere congratulations to the authors.
Full papers accepted for the workshop will be included in the proceedings, published by IEEE Computer Society Press.
Please note that each accepted paper should have at least one author register and present the paper at WETICE-2007 to get the paper published in the proceedings.
|Paper submission (extended):||March 4, 2007|
|Notification:||April 13, 2007|
|Camera-ready papers:||May 12, 2007|
|Advanced registration discount deadline:||June 1, 2007|
|Workshop date:||June 19, 2007|
DMC will take place on June 19th, 2007.
Best Paper recognition awarded to S. Chen, S. Nepal, J. Chan, D. Moreland and J. Zic for Virtual Storage Services for Dynamic Collaborations.