Sunday, February 3, 2013

[DMANET] Extended submission deadlines (28th Feb) for DEBS 2013

Please notice that submission deadlines for the 7th ACM International
Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems have been extended.

Abstracts should be submitted by *20th* of February. Papers are due by
*28th* of February. Please find below the schedule for all relevant
tracks of DEBS.

DEBS 2013: 7th ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based
Arlington, Texas, USA, June 29 - July 3, 2013

The annual ACM International Conference on Distributed Event-Based
Systems (DEBS) provides a forum dedicated to the dissemination of
original research, the discussion of new practical insights, and the
reporting of relevant experience relating to event-based computing.
Event-based systems are rapidly gaining importance in many application
domains, ranging from real-time data processing in web environments,
logistics and networking, to complex event processing in finance and
security. The DEBS conference brings together researchers and
practitioners from these various communities to share their views and
reach a common understanding of current research work and open
challenges. The conference also provides a forum for facilitating the
exchange of ideas between academia and industry.

This year, DEBS is specifically encouraging submissions on the role,
importance and impact of events and event-based technologies in Big Data
systems and applications.

=== DEBS 2013 tracks:

- A Research Track featuring high-quality, peer-reviewed research papers.
- An Industry Track for systems and concepts and experience reports.
- A Tutorial Track geared towards both academia and industry.
- A Demonstration and Posters Track with practical demonstrations and
early work.
- A Grand Challenges Track to test research and commercial systems.
- A Doctoral Workshop.

=== DEBS 2013 Important Dates:

Grand Challenge Problem Description Posted:
January 21, 2013

Abstract submission for Research Papers, Industry Papers, and Industry
Experience Reports:
February 20, 2013

Research Paper, Industry Paper, and Industry Experience Report submission:
February 28, 2013

Tutorial Proposal submission:
March 15, 2013

Grand Challenge Solution with Paper submission:
April 12, 2013

Author notification for Research Papers, Industry Papers, Industry
Experience Reports, Grand Challenge Solutions, and Tutorials:
May 6, 2013

Poster, Demo, and Doctoral Workshop submission:
May 10, 2013

Author notification for Posters, Demos, and Doctoral Workshop:
May 20, 2013

Submission deadline for camera ready copies:
May 28, 2013

June 29-July 3, 2013

=== Submissions

All submissions must be original and unpublished. Accepted papers will
be published by ACM and disseminated through the ACM Digital Library.

More information about the tracks and submission information can be
found on the DEBS 2013 website:

=== Scope of the Conference

The topics addressed by the conference include (but are not limited to):

*** Models, Architectures and Paradigms

- Event-driven architectures
- Big Data (event-processing in Big Data)
- Internet of Things (event-processing in M2M)
- Basic interaction models
- Event algebras, event schemas and type systems
- Languages for event correlation and patterns, streaming and continuous
queries, data fusion
- Models for static and dynamic environments
- Complex event processing
- Design and programming methodologies
- Event-based business process management and modeling
- Experimental methodologies
- Performance modeling and prediction based on analytic approaches
- Functional Reactive Programming

*** Middleware Infrastructures for Event-Based Computing

- Federated event-based systems
- Middleware for actuator and sensor networks
- Algorithms and protocols
- Optimization techniques for event-based (or streaming) systems
- Event dissemination based on p2p systems
- Context and location awareness
- Fault-tolerance, reliability, availability, and recovery
- Security issues
- (Self-)Management
- Mobility and resource constrained device support
- Streaming queries, transformations, or correlation engines
- Logic-based event processing
- Semantic event processing
- Business Process Management with events

*** Applications, Experiences, and Requirements

- Use cases and applications of event-based systems
- Real-world application deployments using event-based middleware
- Domain-specific deployments of event-based systems
- Real-world data characterizing event-based applications
- Benchmarks, performance evaluations, and testbeds
- Application requirements for next-generation event-based solutions
- Relation to other architectures
- Enterprise application integration
- Event-driven business process management
- Information logistics
- Seamless integration of event-based mechanisms into middleware platforms

=== Organization:

General Co-Chairs:
Sharma Chakravarthy, The University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Susan D. Urban, Texas Tech University, USA

Program Co-Chairs:
Peter Pietzuch , Imperial College London, UK
Elke Rundensteiner, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

Proceedings Chair:
Suzanne W. Dietrich, Arizona State University. USA

Industry Co-Chairs:
Alex Alves, Oracle, USA
Brian Connell, West Global, Ireland

Tutorial Co-Chairs:
Qingchun (Dustin) Jiang, Oracle, USA
Badrish Chandramouli, Microsoft Research, USA

Poster and Demo Co-Chairs:
Alexander Artikis, NCSR Demokritos, Greece
Raman Adaikkalavan, Indiana University South Bend, USA

Doctoral Workshop Co-Chairs:
Gero Muehl, University of Rostock, Germany
Tore Risch, Uppsala University, Sweden

Grand Challenge Co-Chairs:
Zbigniew Jerzak, SAP, Germany
Holger Ziekow, AGT International, Germany

Publicity Co-Chairs:
Ugur Cetintemel, Brown University, USA
David Eyers, University of Otago, New Zealand
Boris Koldehofe, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Industry Support Co-Chairs:
Nenad Stojanovic, FZI, Germany
Jonathan Goldstein, Microsoft Research, USA

Local Organization Co-Chairs:
Leonidas Fegaras, The University of Texas at Arlington, USA

Web Chair:
Samujjwal Bhandari, Texas Tech University, USA

Research Track PC:

Industry Track PC:

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