Call for papers: Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) 2009

Call for papers: Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) 2009

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Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 07:43:01 +0000
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12th International Symposium on Component Based Software Engineering
CBSE 2009
June 22-25, 2009, East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania, USA



Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) has emerged as a technology for
the rapid assembly of flexible software systems. CBSE combines elements of
software architecture, modular software design, software verification,
configuration and deployment. The International Symposium on Component Based
Software Engineering is the premier forum for innovation in CBSE. The
symposium invites researchers and practitioners from any relevant area to
share their understanding of CBSE and to engage in active discussion and
debate.  The symposium addresses participants from both universities and

If your work involves innovative ways of building computational things from
smaller things, then CBSE is the right forum for you.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

* Models of components and composition
* Components, SOAs and workflows
* Run-time adaptation
* Relations between component models, software architectures and product
* Declarative, rule-based management of component-based systems
* Software quality and extra-functional properties for components and
component-based systems
* Components and generative or model-driven engineering
* Formal specification, reasoning about and testing of component-based
* Measurement and monitoring
* Patterns and frameworks for component-based systems and services
* Tools and case studies
* Components for real-time systems and sensor networks
* Teaching CBSE
* Industrial experience reports

"Components for Large-Scale Systems of Systems and Ultra-Large Systems"

CBSE 2009 is encouraging papers that address the theme of components for
large-scale systems of systems and ultra-large systems. Such systems involve
the coordination of a vast array of decentralized, heterogeneous and
continually evolving subsystems, consequently meeting diverse and often
conflicting requirements. The way that component technologies can move from
assisting standard system architecture development to large-scale and
ultra-large system development is an important open question. Each of the
topics listed above apply equally to large-scale and ultra-large case as to
traditional development, but the context may demand radically novel
solutions to deal with autonomous system components.

Please visit the conference website for details on submission:
Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings, published as
a volume in Springer¹s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series.

To foster exchange and collaboration with the software architecture
community, CBSE is colocated with the Quality of Software Architectures
Conference (QoSA) as part of the federated CompArch event. See the CompArch
site for details on QoSA and associated workshops:

Submission    February 1, 2009
Notification    March 7, 2009
Camera Ready     April 4, 2009


Program Co-Chairs
Grace A. Lewis, Software Engineering Institute
(Email: glewis 'at symbol'

Iman Poernomo, King¹s College London
(Email: iman.poernomo 'at symbol'

CompArch Organization Chair

Christine Hofmeister, East Stroudsburg University, USA

Steering Committee

Ivica Crnkovic, Malardalen University, Sweden
Ian Gorton, Pacific North West National Laboratory, USA
George Heineman, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Heinz Schmidt, RMIT University, Australia
Judith Stafford, Tufts University, USA
Clemens Szyperski, Microsoft, USA

Program Committee

David Bentley, South Carolina Research Authority, USA
Judith Bishop, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Behzad Bordbar, University of Birmingham, UK
Michel Chaudron, Leiden University, Netherlands
Kendra Cooper, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Ivica Crnkovic, Mälardalen University, Sweden
Guglielmo De Angelis, National Research Council (CNR), Italy
Anthony Earl, Sun Microsystems Incorporated, USA
Xavier Franch, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Rose Gamble, University of Tulsa, USA
Morven Gentleman, Dalhousie University, Canada
Sudipto Ghosh, Colorado State University, USA
Ian Gorton, Pacific Northwest National Lab, USA
Lars Grunske, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Richard Hall, Sun Microsystems, USA
George Heineman, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Dean Jin, University of Manitoba, Canada
Bengt Jonsson, Uppsala University, Sweden
Joe Kiniry, University College Dublin, Ireland
Gerald Kotonya, Lancaster University, UK
Magnus Larsson, ABB AB, Sweden
Kung-Kiu Lau, University of Manchester, UK
Greg Lettow, ComponentWave, USA
Jenny Liu, National ICT Australia, Australia
Raphael Marvie, University of Lille, France
Henry Muccini, University of L'Aquila, Italy
Hausi Müller, University of Victoria, Canada
Noel Plouzeau, IRISA - University of Rennes, France
Ralf Reussner, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Alessandra Russo, Imperial College London, UK
Salah Sadou, Universite de Bretagne Sud, France
Christian Salzmann, BMW Group, Germany
Douglas Schmidt, Vanderbilt University, USA
Jean-Guy Schneider, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Eleni Stroulia, University of Alberta, Canada
Asuman Sünbül, University of Potsdam, Germany
Massimo Tivoli, University of L'Aquila, Italy
Marco Torchiano, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Mark Vigder, National Research Council, Canada
Kurt Wallnau, Software Engineering Institute, USA
Dave Wile, Teknowledge Corporation, USA
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