[ecoop-info] CfP / SEUS 2015, Auckland, New Zealand, April 2015

Jens Knoop knoop at complang.tuwien.ac.at
Sat Dec 20 18:46:45 CET 2014

          11th International IEEE/IFIP Workshop on
        Software Technologies for Future Embedded and
               Ubiquitous Systems (SEUS 2015)

               in conjunction with ISORC 2015
         April 13-17, 2015 -- Auckland, New Zealand

Important Dates
- Paper Submissions:            Jan 31st, 2015
- Notification of acceptance:   Feb 20th, 2015
- Camera-ready manuscript due:  Mar  4th, 2015
- Workshop Dates:               tba

Call for Papers
The fields of both embedded computing and ubiquitous systems have seen
considerable growth over the past few years. Given the advances in
these fields, and also those in the areas of distributed computing,
sensor networks, middleware, etc., the area of ubiquitous embedded
computing is now being envisioned as the way of the future.

The systems and technologies that will arise in support of ubiquitous
embedded computing will undoubtedly need to arise a variety of issues,
including dependability, real-time, human-computer interaction,
autonomy, resource constraints, etc. All of these requirements pose a
challenge to the research community.

SEUS 2015 will be a forum where researchers and practitioners with
substantial experiences and interests in advancing the
state-of-the-art and the state-of-practice in the field of embedded
and ubiquitous computing systems gather with the goal of fostering new
ideas, collaborations, and technologies.

We invite contributions that present advances in integrating the
fields of embedded computing and ubiquitous systems. Industrial
applications in the field are also encouraged. Papers can be of
conceptual, theoretical, application-oriented, standards-driving,
innovative design or experimental nature, and should represent
technological or scientific advances.

The main goal is to bring together researchers from all over the
world, to foster a stimulating and fruitful exchange amongst people
working on similar topics, to discuss ideas, exchange field
experiences and to find solutions together to the problems facing
software and hardware technologies for embedded and ubiquitous

Suggested topics of interest include (but are not restricted to) the
- Applications, Components, Services
- Cloud Computing
- Communication Networks
- Computer Architectures
- Embedded Systems
- Middleware and Operating Systems
- Model Based Engineering, Model Driven Engineering
- Programming Languages, Models and Tools
- Programming Paradigm for Multicores and Manycores
- Requirement Specification and Methodologies
- Smart Phones, Smart TVs, and Smart Devices
- Social Computing
- Software Architectures and Software Engineering
- Wearable Computing, Next Generation Computing
- Wireless Sensor Networks and Mobile AdHoc Networks

Paper Submission
Accepted papers will be published in IEEE proceedings. Papers must be
written in English, submitted in PDF format with 8 pages in limit
(including all text, figures, references and appendices), and adhering
to the IEEE paper format. Submission implies the willingness of the
senior author to present his/her paper at the Workshop.

IEEE conference paper templates

Submission site

Program Chair
Jens Knoop, TU Vienna, Austria

- Authors must upload their manuscripts electronically, via the submission
  link on the workshop web site.
- Please do not email your submission to PC Chairs or to any other
  address, to avoid your submission being lost.
- Questions about the appropriateness of a topic for a
  submission may be directed to the PC Chairs.
- For more information on SEUS 2015, please check the official website at

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