[hpc-announce] SEAC 2020 CFP

Thomas Prantl thomas.prantl at uni-wuerzburg.de
Fri Mar 13 04:11:29 CDT 2020

Dear Colleagues,

We apologize if you received multiple CFPs for the Workshop on  
Self-aware Computing Systems 2020 (SeAC 2020) at the IEEE  
International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing  
Systems (ACSOS), August 17-21, Washington DC, USA

A short version of the CFP follows, the full version can be found  
here: http://seac2020.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de/


2020 Workshop On Self-Aware Computing (SEAC 2020)


Deadline for paper and talk submissions: 12 June 2020

The workshop on self-aware computing (SeAC) provides a forum to foster  
interaction and collaborations between the respective research  
communities, raising the awareness about related research efforts and  
synergies that can be exploited to advance the state of the art. The  
workshop was initiated by the 2015 Dagstuhl Seminar 15041 on  
model-driven algorithms and architectures for self-aware computing  
systems, which brought together 45 international experts.

This workshop is interested in all the topics concerning self-aware  
computing systems; however, for this year, we have a special theme on  
evaluation of SeAC systems. Please find below several examples of  
possible topics:

• Fundamental science and theory of self-aware systems
• Levels and aspects of self-aware systems
• Architectures for individual and collective systems
• Methods and algorithms for model learning (selfmodeling) and reasoning
• Self-adaptation in individual and collective systems
• Synthesis and verification metrics and benchmarks
• Tool support for evaluation and measurements, and quality assurance
• Open challenges and future research directions
• Applications and case studies: cloud computing, cyberphysical  
systems, data centers, dependable computing, industrial internet /  
industry 4.0, internet of things, mobile computing, service-oriented  
systems, smart buildings, smart city, smart grid / energy management,  
smart factory, traffic management, autonomous robotics, and space  

The workshop participants will be selected based on their experience  
and ideas related to the field of self-aware computing. There are two  
ways to participate: i) present a talk without a respective paper  
published in the workshop proceedings, ii) submit a paper to be  
presented at the workshop and published in the workshop proceedings.

• Full workshop paper limited to 6 pages (double column, IEEE format,  
including references)
• Short workshop paper limited to 4 pages (double column, IEEE format,  
including references)
• Talk extended abstract limited to 1 page (without formatting restrictions)

We kindly invite PhD students to unleash their creativity and submit  
their ideas about the application of the IT solutions in everyday life  
and in particular in autonomic and self-managing systems. All the  
papers must be written in English and must conform to the  
double-column IEEE formatting guidelines. At least three PC members  
will review each submission. The authors will be notified about  
acceptance before the ACSOS 2020 early registration deadline. At least  
one author of each accepted submission must register and present the  
paper. All workshop papers will be submitted for inclusion to IEEE  
Xplore. Submission can be done via EasyChair:  


Dr. Christian Krupitzer
Research Group Leader at the

Chair of Computer Science II - Software Engineering
held by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Samuel Kounev

University of Würzburg
Am Hubland, Informatikgebäude (M2), Room A110
97074 Würzburg, Germany

Phone: +49 (931) 31 83252, Fax: +49 (931) 31-83252

M.Sc. Thomas Prantl
Doctoral Researcher

Chair of Software Engineering
Department of Computer Science
University of Würzburg

Am Hubland, Informatikgebäude (M2), Room A118
97074 Würzburg, Germany

Phone: +49 (931) 31 80191

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