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Call for Papers

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Topics of Interest  The ECOWS 2007 program committee seeks high quality papers related to all aspects of Web Services, which constitute the current main technology available for implementing service-oriented architectures and computing. Topics of interest to the Research Track include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Life-Cycle of Web Services Implementations
  • Dynamic Web Services
  • Semantic Web Services
  • Economics and Web Services
  • Quality Requirements for Web Services
  • Web Services for Grids
  • Web Services in a Service-Oriented Environment
  • Web Services and Mobility
  • Frameworks for Building Web Service-Based Applications
  • Formal Methods for Web Services

Call for Papers

Research Paper Submission Guidelines  We solicit papers with a maximum of 10 pages, containing new material. Submissions must be in English, must be original, and must not have been submitted for publication elsewhere. There will be an award for the best paper and best student paper. Submissions should be made through the website.

As in the previous years, we plan to publish the ECOWS 2007 Proceedings with IEEE Computer Society Press. Technical papers must be conform to the IEEE paper guidelines   . Submit your paper in PDF or Postscript format via the electronic submission system which will be made available via the ECOWS 2007 web site.


Abstract Submission   June 22, 2007
Electronic Paper Submission   June 29, 2007
Acceptance NotificationJuly 28, 2007
Camera Ready VersionAugust 11, 2007

Call for Workshop Proposals

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Workshop Proposal Submission Guidelines   The ECOWS 2007 Organizing Committee invites proposals for one and two day workshops that will complement the main conference. The workshops should fall within the scope of ECOWS. Researchers and practitioners wishing to organize workshops should submit proposals in plain text or pdf-format. Proposals should include a workshop name and acronym, a technical description of the workshop topic area, a short description of the intended length, and format of the workshop, a brief statement of the relevance of the workshop to ECOWS 2007, the names and email addresses of the organizing committee, a list of proposed program committee members, and tentative dates for submission and notification of acceptance.

The proposals will be evaluated by the ECOWS organizing committee. The titles and brief information about accepted workshops will be included in the ECOWS 2007 web site as well as links to the call for papers and call for participation.


Proposal submissionMay 14, 2007
Acceptance notificationJune 5, 2007