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EASe 2012 - 9th IEEE International Conference and Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (EASe 2012)



VenueNovi Sad, Serbia Serbia



Topics/Call fo Papers

9th IEEE International Conference and Workshop on

Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (EASe 2012)

April 11-13, 2012

Novi Sad, Serbia, Europe**ease/<>

Important dates

01 Dec. 2011 Submission of title and abstracts
05 Dec. 2011 Submission of all paper types (full papers, doctoral, poster,
industrial reports)

19 Dec. 2011 Notification of review results
16 Jan. 2012 Camera-ready paper Submissions
16 Jan. 2012 Early Registration Deadline for authors
22 Feb. 2012 Early Registration Deadline for non-authors

"Self-Managing Next Generation Systems"

The 9th Annual IEEE International EASe conference and workshops encourages
submissions in emerging and hot topics research for meeting the challenge
of Engineering
Autonomic (self-managing) and Autonomous (self-directing and self-governing)
Computer-Based Systems (Computing and Communications)/Cyber Physical
System) both to meet today's systems concerns of coping with complexity and
the total cost of ownership; and creating the infrastructure for tomorrows
emerging computer-based paradigms such as cloud, pervasive, ubiquitous,
invisible, utility and ambient intelligence.

Submissions are welcome for consideration at the conference and publication
in the IEEE proceedings from researchers (full papers max 10 pages),
industrial researchers (industrial reports 5 pages), doctoral students (5
early/concept research (poster submissions 5 pages).
The topics of interest in the autonomic and autonomomous systems space
include but are not limited to: Architectures, frameworks, components,
tools, environments, languages, applications and lessons for Autonomic
and Self-Managing Systems development from perspectives such as
systems engineering, software engineering, fault-tolerant computing,
safety-critical systems, dependable systems, adaptive systems,
self-healing systems and adaptive user interfaces.

The best papers will be invited to submitt extended versions of their
work for publication in special issues of prestigious journals.

Submissions and Format

see website**ease/2012/submission.html<>

International Technical Programme Committee

see website**2012/<>

Technical Sponsor


collocated with IEEE 19th ECBS**2012<>

Roy Sterritt School of Computing and Mathematics, Faculty of Computing and
University of Ulster, Jordanstown Campus, Northern Ireland, BT37 0QB
Tel: +44 (0)28 90 368198 Fax: +44 (0)28 90 366068**r.sterritt.html<>

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