DAIS'03 Call for Papers

The ubiquitous explosion of the Internet and the fast proliferation of distributed computing involving all kinds of computing devices create a unique challenge. Innovative solutions are required for the development, implementation and operation of distributed applications in complex IT environments full of diversity and heterogeneity. Following the evolution of the field, DAIS'03 will focus on models, technologies and platforms for reconfigurable, scalable and adaptable distributed applications.

DAIS'03 will provide a forum for researchers, application and platform service vendors and users, to review, discuss and learn about new approaches, concepts and experiences in the fields of distributed computing. DAIS'03 will include talks by invited speakers, full technical paper sessions, and work-in-progress presentations. 

DAIS'03 Conference themes

In keeping with the focus on models, technologies and platforms for reconfigurable, scalable and adaptable distributed applications, and in addition to its traditional themes, DAIS especially encourages original unpublished papers addressing the following topics:

Submission

DAIS'2003 seeks submissions for:

All papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. They will be refereed by the Program Committee. Accepted full papers will be published by Springer Verlag in the LNCS series.

Submission format: PS or PDF using the Springer LNCS style
   
                           

Submission channel: Please send your paper by mail to the PC chairs

 

Important dates 

DAIS'03 Organisers
General Chair PC Chairs Publicity Chair

Jean-Bernard Stefani

INRIA 
France

Isabelle
Demeure

ENST
France 

Daniel
Hagimont

INRIA 
France

Kurt
Geihs

TU Berlin
Germany

Programme Committee

M. Ahamed

Georgia Tech - USA

H. Krumm

University of Dortmund - Germany

N. Alonistioti

University of Athens - Greece

L. Kutvonen

University of Helsinki - Finland

S. Baker

IONA - Ireland

W. Lamersdorf

University of Hamburg - Germany

Y. Berbers

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Belgium

D. Lea

SUNY Oswego - USA

A. Beugnard

ENST-Bretagne - France

P. Linington

University of Kent - UK

V. Cahill

Trinity College Dublin - Ireland

C. Linnhoff-Popien

University of Munich - Germany

R. Campbell

UIUC - USA

P. Merle

INRIA - France

N. Davies 

Lancaster University - UK and 
University of Arizona - USA

G. Muller

Ecole des Mines de Nantes - France

F. Eliassen

University of Oslo - Norway

E. Najm

ENST - France

K. Geihs

TU Berlin - Germany

L. Pautet

ENST - France

P. Honeyman

CITI, University of Michigan - USA

K. Raymond

DSTC - Australia

J. Indulska

University of Queensland - Australia

A. Schill

TU Dresden - Germany

E. Jul

DIKU - Denmark

D. Schmidt

University of california - USA

H. Koenig

BTU Cottbus - Germany

S. Shrivastava

University of Newcastle - UK

F. Kordon

LIP6 - France

J-J. Vandewalle

GemPlus - France

S. Krakowiak

University of Grenoble - France

Steering Committee

Kurt
Geihs

TU Berlin
Germany

Hartmut
Koenig

BTU Cottbus
Germany

Kerry
Raymond

DSTC
Australia

Guy
Leduc

U. Liège
Belgium