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Marco Winckler <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 16 Feb 2009 18:10:24 +0100
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IWWOST 2009 : Call for Papers
8th International Workshop on Web-Oriented Software Technologies
June 23th 2009, San Sebastian, Spain in conjunction with the ICWE'2009


Traditionally, the IWWOST workshop has been a forum to discuss the new
trends related to the development of Web applications. The main goal of
this edition is to discuss methods, approaches and tools to face the new
challenges that Web 2.0 application development has introduced.
Specifically, the main interest is how Web Engineering must evolve to
become Web 2.0 Engineering. Therefore works regarding the evolution of
the development phases (requirements, analysis, conceptual modeling,
interface design, etc.) to meet the Web 2.0 paradigm are encouraged.
Additionally, discussions about the social Web 2.0 influence on the Web
Engineering field are suitable for the workshop. Finally, experiences in
the model-driven development, implementation or evaluation of Web 2.0
Applications are welcome also.


Paper submissions: April 6th 2009
Camera ready papers due: May 4th 2009
IWWOST Workshop: June 23th 2009
ICWE Conference: June 24-26th 2009


Original works are solicited in areas such as (but not limited to) the

* Accessibility issues in Web 2.0 applications
* Evaluations of User Experience with Web 2.0 applications
* Frameworks, development tools and technologies for the Web 2.0
* Methods for design and specification of user interaction with Web
* Modeling Content Quality for the Web 2.0 applications
* Modeling and Design Issues in the Web 2.0
* Models for supporting the design of collaborative Web applications
* New development processes for the Web 2.0
* Patterns for Web 2.0 applications
* Personalization and adaptation of Web Applications
* Re-Engineering Web Applications to the Web 2.0
* Social Web Applications
* User modeling
* Verification, Validation and Testing in the Web 2.0


Contributions should be written in English and adhere to the Springer
LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) format (up to 12 pages). They
should highlight general scientific contributions of the research and
practical significance.

All submissions will be screened by the scientific committee for
appropriateness with the workshop themes and format. The presentation of
each accepted paper will adhere to the following rules: a slot of 30
minutes will be allocated for each paper; while the paper could provide
extensive definition, detailed models, and some steps of the approach,
the presentation should demonstrate step-by-step how to proceed with the
approach that addresses the selected open question; the presentation
should pay attention to facilitate understanding first, without going
too much into details; the presentation could be interrupted at any time
for questions (clarification, discussion, debating, examining alternate
approaches, cross-referencing) ; all questions and their answers will be
recorded and made publicly available, along with reusable material.


* Birgit Bomsdorf, University of Hagen, Germany
* David Lowe, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
* Daniel Schwabe, PUC Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
* Fabio Paterṇ, ISTI-CNR, Italy
* Geert-Jan Houben, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The
* Gustavo Rossi, LIFIA, UNLP, Argentina
* Luis Olsina, University Nacional de La Pampa, Argentina
* Marco Winckler, LIIHS-IRIT, University Paul Sabatier, France
* Oscar Pastor, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
* Kris Luyten, Hasselt University, Belgium
* Simone Barbosa, PUC-RIO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
* Vicente Pelechano, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Further information on the web site:

Apologizes for cross-posting.

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