Thursday 10th June 2010
DisCoTec'10 federated event
There is a huge market potential for mobile applications in Europe today. Most people already carry a mobile device of some sort wherever they go, and an increasingly diverse set of devices (PDAs, smart phones, GPS, etc.) are becoming widely available. Recently, service-orientations (e.g., OSGi, Spring, SCA) have evolved to address these highly dynamic environments. However, it is still technically difficult, using existing method and tool supports, to create such services-oriented applications. For example, the very large range of devices, types of infrastructure, ways in which it can change, situations in which users can find themselves, and the functions they want, introduce great complexity and pose considerable technical challenges. To overcome these difficulties, and promote the development and widespread deployment of innovative mobile applications, more and more projects are addressing the development of context-aware adaptation mechanisms for leveraging the development of mobile applications. These projects aims at providing simple but powerful integrated approaches to support the development of applications interacting in pervasive and ubiquitous environments. Thus, the CAMPUS workshop will focus on the promising approaches in the domain of context-aware adaptation mechanisms supporting the dynamic evolution of the execution context (e.g., network/device/service failures).
News2010/06/11: Link to the FaceReader demonstration.
2010/06/03: The proceedings are published online.
2010/05/17: The technical program is available.
2010/05/10: The list of accepted papers is available.
2010/04/29: The DisCoTec registration is open. Early fee deadline: May 17, 2010.
2010/03/24: The submission deadline has been extended to April 14, 2010.
2010/01/04: Submissions on "Sensor as a Service" and "Ambient Social Services" are encouraged. Read more...
2009/12/22: The submission website is open.
2009/12/21: The Call for Papers is available.
2009/12/20: The workshop as been accepted as a DisCoTec workshop.