EUNICE 2010, Trondheim, Norway,

28th-30th June 2010


EUNICE 2010: 16th Eunice International Workshop and IFIP TC6.6 Workshop

“Networked Services and Applications – Engineering, Control and Management.”

Networked services and applications have developed from being important research topics within the telecom and computer network communities, respectively, to becoming one of the core drivers for the whole ICT domain. From being services extending basic telephony functionality applied by telephony customers and applications used by computer professionals, networked services and applications are now used by almost everyone related to almost every business. The importance of networked services and application as an important part of society infrastructure is increasing. EUNICE 2010 addresses research issues of services and applications as considered through disciplines such as architecture, engineering, security, performance and dependability as well as considered through service and application frameworks and platforms.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

· Networked services and applications: Architecture, middleware and enablers.

· Foundations and formalisms. Modeling, validation, measurements and testing.

· Concept frameworks and ontology. Policy based reasoning.

· Engineering, integration, deployment and adaptation. Service life cycle management.

· Publishing, lookup, discovery, matching and selection.

· Service-as-a-software on-demand. Cloud computing.

· Dependability, security and performance. SLA/QoS/QoE. Optimization.

· Security, trust and privacy management.

· Internet of things, connected objects and embedded systems. Sensor networks.

· Adaptability and context awareness. Autonomic systems and self-adaptation.

· Peer-to-peer and overlay networks.

· Protocols in future Internet.

· Network and service management in future Internet

· Case studies and lessons learned. Experiments, measurements and simulations.

Venue: The international workshop will take place at NTNU (Norwegian University of science and technology) Gløshaugen Campus in Trondheim Norway. Gløshaugen Campus is located in walking distance to hotels located in Trondheim City.

EUNICE 2010 will have regular paper presentations and a poster session.

Papers: Authors are encouraged to submit full papers describing original research. Full papers accepted for oral presentation will be included in the workshop proceedings to be published in Springer LNCS series. The recommended length is 8 pages. Papers longer than 10 pages will not be considered for review. Authors must comply with the LNCS instructions that are found at: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

Posters: Authors are encouraged to submit extended abstracts presenting early results to be presented in a poster session. The recommended length for extended abstracts is 2 pages. Authors must comply with the LNCS instructions that are found at: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

Springer Online Conference System OCS shall be used for submissions.

Tentative timeline:

January 21st: Deadline for submission:

March 25th: Acceptance notification:

April 15th: Camera-ready:

April 15th: Program

June 28th – June 30th: 2010: EUNICE 2010


Finn Arve Aagesen , NTNU

Svein Knapskog, NTNU

TPC Members:

Sebastian Abeck, U. Karlsruhe, Germany

Rolv Braek, NTNU, Norway

Jörg Eberspächer, Technical U. of Munich, Germany

Markus Fiedler, BIT, Sweden

Edit Halasz, Budapest U. of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Jarmo Harju, Tampere U. of Technology, Finland

Bjarne E Helvik, NTNU, Norway

Yuming Jiang, NTNU, Norway

Yvon Kermarrec, TELECOM Bretagne, France

Oivind Kure, NTNU, Norway

Paul Kühn, U. of Stuttgart, Germany

Xavier Lagrange, TELECOM Bretagne, France

Ralf Lehnert, TU Dresden, Germany

Stefan Lindskog, Q2S, NTNU, Norway

Maryline Maknavicius-Laurent, TELECOM SudParis, France

Chris Mitchell, U. London, UK

Maurizio Munafò, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Elie Najm, TELECOM ParisTech, France

Miquel Oliver, U. Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Arne Oslebo, UNINETT, Norway

George Polyzos, UCSD, US

Aiko Pras, U. Twente, NL

David Ros, TELECOM Bretagne, France

Sebastià Sallent, Polytechnic U. of Catalonia, Spain

Gwendal Simon, TELECOM Bretagne, France

Burkhard Stiller, U. and ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Robert Szabo, Budapest U. of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Samir Tohmé, U. de Versailles St Quentin, France