[DL] [ICWE 2005] ICWE05 - First Call for Papers

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                      FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

   Fifth International Conference on Web Engineering  ICWE'05

                      July 27-29, 2005
               University of Technology, Sydney
                       Sydney, Australia


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The Fifth International Conference on Web Engineering will be held in July
2005 in Sydney, Australia at the University of Technology, Sydney. The
ICWE'05 Conference continues the tradition of ICWE'04 in Munich, Germany,
ICWE'03 in Oviedo, Spain, ICWE'02 in Santa Fé, Argentina and ICWE'01 in
Cáceres, Spain.

The ICWE'05 conference aims to bring together the international community of
experts in Web Engineering research, practice and education, to share their
experiences and to foster discussion on the present status of and future
trends in this rapidly growing field.

The conference focuses on the methodologies, techniques and tools that are
the foundation of Web Engineering and which support the development,
evolution, and evaluation of complex Web applications.

The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the following

*  Business Processes for Applications on the Web
*  CASE Tools for Web Applications
*  Code Generation for Web Applications
*  Collaborative Web Development
*  Conceptual Modelling of Web Applications
*  Data Models for Web Information Systems
*  Development Process and Process Improvement of Web Applications
*  Empirical Web Engineering
*  Integrated Web Application Development Environments
*  Multimedia Authoring Tools and Software
*  Performance of Web-based Applications
*  Personalisation and Adaptation of Web Applications
*  Process Modelling  of Web Applications
*  Prototyping Methods and Tools
*  Quality Control and Testing
*  Requirements Engineering for Web Applications
*  Semantic Web Applications
*  Software Factories for/on the Web
*  Testing Automation, Methods and Tools for Web Applications
*  Ubiquitous and Mobile Web Applications
*  UML and the Web
*  Usability of Web Applications
*  Web Accessibility
*  Web Design Methods
*  Web Engineering Education
*  Web Interface Design
*  Web Metrics, Cost Estimation, and Measurement
*  Web Project Management and Risk Management
*  Web Services Development and Deployment

ICWE'05 invites original submissions in the area of Web Engineering.
Contributions may fall in any of the following categories: papers,
demonstrations, workshops, tutorials, and panels. The submissions may cover
new approaches in Web Engineering, novel viewpoints and challenges on any
aspect of Web Engineering, reports on the implementation or deployment of
advanced Web projects in an industrial or application scenario, or
descriptions of Web Engineering education experiences. Authors of
submissions will be requested, as part of their submission, to explain the
relationship of their work to the Web Engineering discipline.


Deadline for paper abstracts:                  4 February 2005
Deadline for paper submissions:               11 February 2005
Deadline for workshop/tutorial/
    demonstration/panel proposals:            11 February 2005

Notification of workshop/tutorial acceptance: 11 March 2005
Notification of paper acceptance:              1 April 2005
Notification of demonstration acceptance:      1 April

Deadline for final versions:                  19 April 2005


Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings

Papers can be submitted as either full papers (up to 10 pages), short papers
(4 pages), or poster presentations (with 2 pages in the proceedings).
Authors of long papers will also be able to specify whether they would like
their paper to be considered for acceptance as a short paper or poster if it
is not accepted as a long paper. Similarly authors of short papers can
indicate whether they would like their paper to also be considered for
acceptance as a poster. All the accepted submissions will be included in the
Conference Proceedings.

Additionally, selected papers will be considered for a special issue of the
Journal of Web Engineering after the conference

Full submission details will be made available on http://www.icwe2005.org/


We solicit tutorial and workshop proposals.  Tutorials provide structured
programs led by experts in a particular area. Workshops promote highly
interactive forums for exchanging novel results, conducting in-depth
discussions on a specific topic, or coordinating work among representatives
of a technical community. Tutorial and/or workshop proposals should be
submitted to the Tutorials/Workshops Chair, Aditya Ghose
(aditya at uow.edu.au).

Tutorials and Workshops may last for a half-day or full day and will be held
prior to the conference on 25-26 July.

A tutorial proposal should include the following:
- Title of the tutorial.
- Names and affiliations of the organizer(s), identifying one primary
- Abstract of the tutorial with no more than 200 words,
  describing its main topics, goals and expected outcomes.
- A table of contents, with short explanations of the contents of
  individual sections.
- Target audience. Specify assumed background knowledge needed, if any.
- Facilities, equipments and materials required.
- Biography of each presenter.

A workshop proposal should include the following items:
- Name of the workshop.
- Names and affiliations of the organiser(s), identifying one primary
- Abstract of the workshop with no more than 200 words, including its
   major topics, goals and expected outcomes.
- Motivation: relevance of the workshop to the Web Engineering
   community; references to other workshops organised by the proponents
   at ICWE or other conferences.
- Desired number of workshop participants (minimum and maximum).
- Facilities, equipments and materials required.
- A draft of the Call for Papers/Presentations briefly describing the
   goals of the workshop, the maximum number of accepted participants,
   the participant selection process, the schedule of the activities,
   and the organisers' biography.
- A short description of the activities that Workshop organisers
   propose to undertake for the success of the workshop upon acceptance
   of the proposal.


ICWE 2005 provides a forum for discussing ongoing work. We welcome poster
reports on in-progress projects, demonstrations of early versions of
software tools and products, invitations to cooperate on new project ideas,
etc. Please submit demonstration proposals to the Posters and Demo Chair,
Emilia Mendes (emilia_mendes at yahoo.com).

Accepted posters and demonstrations will have a two-page description in the
Conference Proceedings.


San Murugesan (General Chair), Southern Cross University, Australia

David Lowe (Program Co-Chair), Univ of Technology, Sydney, Australia Martin
Gaedke (Program Co-Chair), University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Steve Hansen (Local Arrangements), Univ of Western Sydney, Australia Yogesh
Deshpande (Promotion), Univ of Western Sydney, Australia Ka-Kit Fung
(Finance), Univ of Technology, Sydney, Australia Athula Ginige, Univ of
Western Sydney, Australia Aditya Ghose, Univ of Western Sydney, Australia


David Lowe (Program Co-Chair), Univ of Technology, Sydney, Australia Martin
Gaedke (Program Co-Chair), University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Aditya Ghose (Tutorials/Workshops Chair), Univ of Western Sydney,
Daniel Schwabe (Panels Chair), PUC Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Bebo White (Keynotes Chair), Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, USA Emilia
Mendes (Posters/Demos Chair), Univ of Auckland, New Zealand Gustavo Rossi
(Doctoral Consortium Chair), Universidad Nacional de
    la Plata, Argentina
Rafael Calvo (Industry Briefing Chair), University of Sydney, Australia

Additional Members: Jesus Aguilar-Ruiz, Grigoris Antoniou, Luciano Baresi,
Michael Bieber, Christoph Bussler, Leslie Carr, Fabio Casati, Sara Comai,
Ernesto Damiani, Paul Dantzig, Susan Dart, Olga De Troyer, Gill Dobbie,
Asuman Dogac, Schahram Dustdar, John Eklund, Deiter Fensel, Cameron Ferstat,
Piero Fraternali, Angela Goh, Jaime Gómez, Wook-Shin Han, Manfred Hauswirth,
Keun Ryu Ho, Geert-Jan Houben, Arun Iyengar, Martti Jeenicke, David Kearney,
Hiroyuki Kitagawa, Nora Koch, Xiaoying Kong, Nara Kulathuramaiyer, Jose
Labra, Frank Leymann, Xiaoming Li, Qing Li, Ee-Peng Lim, Tok Wang Ling, Li
Liu, Wei-Ying Ma, Luis Mandel, Massimo Marchiori, Maristella Matera,
Heinrich Mayr, Giansalvatore Mecca, Daniel Menasce, Deependra Moitra, Moira
Norrie, Luis Olsina, Beng Chin Ooi, Oscar Pastor, Pedro Peixoto, Vicente
Pelechano, Mario Piattini, Krithi Ramamirtham, Werner Retschitzegger,
Antonio Ruiz Cortés, Arthur Ryman, A.S.M. Sajeev, Arno Scharl, Klaus-Dieter
Schewe, Wieland Schwinger, Jianwen Su, Woojong Suh, Kian-Lee Tan, Katsumi
Tanaka, Jeff Tian, Rachatrin Tongrungrojana, Klaus Turowski, Bhuvan
Unhelkar, Antonio Vallecillo, Frank van Harmelen, Jean Vanderdonckt, Fabio
Vitali, Martin Wirsing, Jeffrey Yu, Xiaofang Zhou, Didar Zowghi

Professor David Lowe
Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning)
Faculty of Engineering, University of Technology, Sydney
P.O. Box 123, Broadway, 2007, NSW, Australia
Email: david.lowe at uts.edu.au Web: www.eng.uts.edu.au/~dbl/
Phone: +61 (0)2 9514 2526 Fax: +61 (0)2 9514 2435

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