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We offer a forum to discuss ideas at a level that is more work-in-progress than in a traditional conference. We thereby want to attract especially PhD students in the early phases of their work. Participants can get feedback from outside their group before submitting a paper to a reviewed conference. This makes ZEUS an original opportunity to discuss ideas.
We see the ZEUS workshop as an opportunity to practice the whole range of scientific work. We do not take the sole focus on the submitted papers, but also on the presentations and the discussions in the workshop. To this end, we hand out a Best Presentation Award since 2010 at the end of the workshop to appreciate high quality presentations.
We aim at bringing together young researchers who work in the same geographic region and scientific field. This way, we provide an opportunity for people to establish a scientific network. The workshop will serve as a platform to present current research ideas and research directions. Past editions of the ZEUS workshop have led to new research collaborations which resulted in scientific publications at top conferences in the field.
The workshop proceedings are published using CEUR Workshop Proceedings (CEUR-WS.org) and is indexed at the dblp computer science bibliography. We encourage the authors to submit follow-up works to first class conferences.
Post-workshop proceedings version:
Workshop papers are regular contributions that describe original solutions in field of ZEUS.
These papers must not exceed 6 pages (LNCS style).
Workshop papers are reviewed according to the Call for Papers.
Accepted papers shall be included in the proceedings and presented at the workshop.
Position papers should draft a new idea and put it up for discussion at the workshop. Position papers should only be an extended abstract and must not exceed 3 pages (LNCS style). Position papers are briefly reviewed according to the Call for Papers. The main idea and the relation to existing work should be contained. Accepted papers shall be included in the proceedings. Position papers allow authors to get early feedback during the workshop, but should not disallow extending the paper to a full paper submitted to a first class conference – even if the position paper is referenced and the delta is explained properly.
ZEUS also offers a forum to demonstrate implementations of techniques and algorithms in the area of the aforementioned topics to get early feedback and provide interesting insights for the audience. Tool demonstrators are asked to submit a demo script of not more than 3 pages (LNCS style) which states how the tool is linked to the Call for Papers and what to expect during the demonstration.
The LNCS style can be downloaded here.
The ZEUS workshop series is indexed in DBLP.
Service lifecycle: analysis, specification, modelling, testing, deployment, execution, monitoring, adaptation
Patterns, languages, reference models, and model extensions
Multi-view and multi-perspective engineering (SOA, choreographies, collaborations, artifact-centric systems)
Formal methods, models, simulation, and verification
System architectures for service composition
RESTful Web services (design aspects, hypermedia, linked data, mashups, conversations)
Microservices and Nanoservices (architecture, lifecycle, deployment, composition)
Workflows and business processes
Complex event processing (correlation, aggregation, transformation, monitoring, extraction)
Security, compliance, and non-functional requirements and properties
Cloud-enabled applications, migration to/from the Cloud, Cloud Integration
Composable Big Data Analytics Pipelines
Applications, frameworks, methods, tool demonstrations, and case studies
Christian Sturm, University of Bayreuth
Simon Harrer, INNOQ
Tammo van Lessen, INNOQ
Linus Dietz, TU Munich
Johannes Manner, University of Bamberg
Stefan Winzinger, University of Bamberg
Robin Lichtenthaeler, University of Bamberg
Michael Borkowski, TU Wien
Luise Pufahl, HPI Potsdam
Kimon Batoulis, HPI Potsdam
Vincenzo Ferme, Università della Svizzera italiana
Matteo Nardelli, University of Rome
Pascal Hirmer, University of Stuttgart
Matthias Geiger, University of Bamberg
Thomas Heinze, University of Jena
Daniele Bonetta, Oracle
Georg Grossmann, University of South Australia
Daniel Lübke, INNOQ
Jan Sürmeli, TU Berlin
Saimir Bala, Vienna University of Business and Economics
Domenico Bianculli, Université du Luxembourg
Dirk Fahland, Eindhoven University of Technology
Meiko Jensen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Stephan Reiff-Marganiec, University of Leicester
Agnes Koschmider, Karlsruhe Institue of Technology
Joel Scheuner, Chalmers University
Gerald Schermann, Universität Zürich
Han van der Aa, HU Berlin
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