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19th International Workshop on Engineering Service-Oriented Applications and
Cloud Services (WESOACS 2023)

In conjunction with ICSOC 2023
Roma, Italy, November 28th - December 1st, 2023


Key dates:
Submission Deadline: September 24, 2023
Author Notificacion Deadline: October 22, 2023
Early Registration Deadline: October 29, 2023
Workshop Day: November 28, 2023

Submission site:


The workshop will focus on software engineering issues in the context of
service-oriented systems and especially on modern trends of cloud native
microservices and associated s approaches, as well as their application in
challenging areas like, e.g., smart data processing, Internet of Things, 
service-enabled data spaces and products, and Industry 4.0. Our aim is to
facilitate exchange and evolution of ideas in service engineering research
across multiple disciplines and to encourage participation of researchers from
academia and industry. WESOACS 2023 continues a successful series of workshops
that started at ICSOC 2005 in Amsterdam. Over more than fifteen years WESOA/CS
has demonstrated its relevance by attracting a large number of participants and
producing high-quality papers that were published by Springer LNCS series. The
WESOACS series encourages new approaches that address challenges arising from
unique characteristics of service-oriented applications and cloud services,
focusing on principles, methodologies, techniques and tools that support a
service-oriented system development life cycle.


The WESOACS series encourages new approaches that address challenges arising
from unique characteristics of service-oriented applications and cloud services,
focusing on principles, methodologies, techniques and tools that support a
service- oriented system development life cycle.

The workshop is open to contributions that focus on the “broad” spectrum of
Services Software Engineering. We would like to solicit papers that explain and
exemplify relevant issues and open problems, papers that present established
solutions, and also papers that discuss success stories. In all these cases, we
expect well-focused contributions to help participants understand problems, open
issues, and available solutions, and also to foster rich and fruitful
discussions. Also, papers on work in progress or visionary papers are welcome. 


WESOACS encourages a transdisciplinary perspective and welcomes papers on topics
that include, but are not limited to the following:

General Software Service Engineering

- Software service development lifecycle methodologies and processes
- Distributed and collaborative software service development
- Service-oriented reference models and frameworks
- Architectural styles of software service systems
- Management and governance of service engineering projects
- Models, languages and methods for service-oriented analysis and design
- Requirements-engineering and specification for software service systems
- Service-oriented business process modelling
- Validation, verification and testing of software service systems
- Service assembly, composition and aggregation models and languages
- Services deployment, synthesis, and integration
- Services for smart data processing
- Tool support for software service engineering
- Case studies and best practices of service-oriented development

Software Engineering for Cloud Services

- Engineering of software services for the cloud
- Development issues of Cloud Services
- Cloud services frameworks and architectures
- Microservices and Microservices Architectures
- Engineering of reactive and event-driven service systems
- Engineering of data-intensive services
- Service Engineering with DevOps: Methodologies, Techniques, Tools and Case
- Services Automation: Testing, Reconfiguration, Deployment, Resource Management
- Engineering cloud and fog services for the Internet of Things
- Engineering services for smart data processing
- Fog and Edge computing

Application-oriented Software and Service Engineering
- Intelligent Distributed Services and Applications
- Smart Service-oriented Systems and Applications
- Mobile Service-oriented Applications
- Software-defined Distributed Networks and Applications
- Service–oriented Applications in Manufacturing, Healthcare, Logistics, etc.
- Service Engineering for Industry 4.0
- Autonomous  Systems and Applications
- Software-driven mobile Systems
- Sensor-based Distributed Systems and Applications
- Internet of Things Services and Applications


Authors are invited to submit original, previously unpublished research papers.
Papers should be written in English strictly following Springer LNCS style for
all text, references, appendices, and figures. Please, submit papers via For formatting
instructions and templates see the Springer Web page:

The following types of submissions are accepted:

- Full research papers and experience papers with a maximum length of 12
pages, including references and appendices.

- Short papers and position papers with a maximum length of 8 pages,
including references and appendices.

Each paper will be revised by three members of the Program Committee. Improved
versions of accepted papers will be published as part of ICSOC dedicated
post-workshop proceedings to appear in Springer LNCS series.


- Andreas S. Andreou, Cyprus University of Technology, CY
- George Feuerlicht, Prague University of Economics, CZ
- Professor Willem-Jan van den Heuvel, Jheronimus Academy of Data Science
- Winfried Lamersdorf, University of Hamburg, DE
- Guadalupe Ortiz, University of Cadiz, ES
- Christian Zirpins, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, DE

For questions please email to the workshop chairs:
wesoacs at wesoa dot org

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