[aspectc-user] [CfP] Deadline Extension: ACP4IS at AOSD 2009

Daniel Lohmann Daniel.Lohmann at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
Wed Dec 10 17:37:53 CET 2008

Because of multiple author requests, the deadline for ACP4IS  
submissions has been extended.

The new deadline is: Jan 5th, 2009.



    Eighth AOSD Workshop on Aspects, Components, and Patterns
               for Infrastructure Software (ACP4IS)

                          March 2, 2009
                        Charlottesville, Virginia, USA


      A one-day workshop to be held in conjunction with the
                Eighth International Conference on
         Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD'09),
      March 2 -- March 6, 2009, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA



ACP4IS provides a highly interactive forum for researchers and
developers to discuss the application of and relationships between
aspects, components, and patterns within modern "systems
infrastructure" software: e.g., application servers, middleware,
virtual machines, compilers, operating systems, embedded systems,
web services and other software that provides general services
for higher-level applications.

Topics of interest include:

- Approaches that combine or relate component-, pattern-, and
aspect-based techniques

- Aspect languages for infrastructure software

- Container-, ORB-, and system-based separation of concerns

- Support for Web services in middleware infrastructure

- Architectural techniques for particular system concerns, e.g.,
security, static and dynamic optimization

- Aspect mining within infrastructure software

- Application- or domain-specific optimization of systems

- Reasoning and optimization across architecture layers

- Resource consumption of AOP approaches

- Timing behavior of AO-code

- Aspects and patterns for real-time and embedded systems

- Dimensions of infrastructure software quality including
comprehensibility, configurability, reliability, evolvability,

- Quantitative and qualitative evaluations


Invitation to the workshop will be based on accepted position and
technical papers, 3-6 pages in length.  Papers should be
electronically submitted as PDF documents in ACM format through
the ACP4IS 2009 online submission system found at:

Paper submissions will be reviewed by the workshop program committee  
and designated reviewers.
Papers will be evaluated based on technical quality,  
originality,relevance, and presentation.


Accepted papers will be published as workshop proceedings in the ACM
digital library. Excellent contributions will additionally be selected
for publication in a special ACP4IS journal issue (IEE) planned for
end of 2009.


- Submission Deadline:           January 5, 2009
- Notification of Acceptance:    January 19, 2009
- Workshop:                      March 2, 2009


- Bram Adams, SAIL
- Mehmet Aksit, University of Twente
- Shigeru Chiba, Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Franz Hauck, Ulm University
- Jorg Kienzle, McGill
- Julia Lawall, DIKU
- Hidehiko Masuhara, University of Tokyo
- Gilles Muller, Ecole des Mines de Nantes
- Hridesh Rajan, Iowa State University
- Olaf Spinczyk, University of Dortmund
- Aleksandra Tesanovic, Philips Research Laboratories


- Eric Wohlstadter, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Daniel Lohmann, FAU Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany
- Chris Matthews, University of Victoria, Canada


- Eric Eide, University of Utah
- Olaf Spinczyk, University of Dortmund
- Yvonne Coady, University of Victoria
- David Lorenz, University of Virginia

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