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Program

The Symposium and Summer School on Service-Oriented Computing program of lectures is typically categorized into four thematic sessions: Foundations of SOC, Computing in the Clouds, People in Services, and Emerging Topics. When finalized, you will be able to hover your mouse pointer over the table to see brief descriptions of the lectures. Scrolling down on this page there will be a detailed version of the program.

Saturday, June 20
11:00-13:00
Organizer Meeting
15:00-17:00
PhD Advisor Meeting
Sunday, June 21
11:00-17:00
Doctoral Programme Session
13:00-14:00
Lunch
15:30-16:00
Coffee Break
Monday, June 22
09:00-09:30
Registration & Welcome
09:30-12:30
Quantum Machine Learning Session – Chair: Frank Leymann
09:30-10:30
"Near Term Quantum Computing and Beyond",
Frank Leymann, Johanna Barzen (U of Stuttgart, IAAS)
10:30-11:00
"Quantum-Computing and Industrial Applications",
Wilfried Reimann, Wolfgang Mergenthaler (FCE)
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:30
"Quantum computing: from physical principles to quantum hardware",
Stefanie Barz (U of Stuttgart, FMQ)
12:30-15:00
Lunch
15:00-18:00
Engineering of Services Session – Chair: Wolfgang Reisig
15:00-16:10
"Design principles and abstraction techniques for composed service oriented systems",
Wolfgang Reisig (HU Berlin)
16:10-16:40
Coffee Break
16:40-17:20
"Architectural abstractions for large scale cooperative cyber-physical systems",
Heinz Schmidt (RMIT University)
17:20-18:00
"Privacy aware data access in a service oriented environment",
Christoph Freytag (DBIS, HU Berlin)
19:00-20:00
Reception
Tuesday, June 23
09:30-12:30
Advanced Data Management Session – Chair: Norbert Ritter
09:30-10:30
"The Future of Cloud Data Protection Services",
Sangeetha Seshadri (IBM Almaden Research Center)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-11:45
"How to evolve the architecture design of ECM Systems to embrace the cloud",
Cataldo Mega (U of Stuttgart, IPVS)
11:45-12:30
"Open Discussion on Polyglot Persistance Services",
Heiko Schuldt, Norbert Ritter (U of Basel, U of Hamburg)
12:30-15:00
Lunch
15:00-18:00
Advanced Technology & Applications Session
15:00-16:00
"Component-Oriented Synthesis",
Jakob Rehof (TU Dortmund)
16:00-16:30
Coffee Break
16:30-17:00
"Qurator.ai – AI Platform for Digital Curation Services",
Adrian Paschke (Fokus Fraunhofer)
17:00-17:30
"Empirical Software Engineering",
Stefan Wagner (U of Stuttgart, ISTE)
Wednesday, June 24
09:30-12:15
Edge & Cloud Session – Chair: Schahram Dustdar
09:30-10:15
"A step over for the Osmotic Computing: the new paradigm for the convergence of challenging IT technologies",
Massimo Villari (FCR Lab, U of Messina)
10:15-11:00
"Data stream processing and querying at the edge",
George Pallis (U of Cyprus)
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:15
"Reducing Road Casualties with Intelligence at the Edge",
Claudio Casetti (Politecnico di Torino)
12:15-15:00
Lunch
15:00-18:00
Data Services Session – Chair: Willem-Jan van den Heuvel
16:30-17:00
Coffee Break
Thursday, June 25
09:30-12:30
Industrial Analytics Session – Chair: Christoph Gröger
09:30-10:15
"Data Challenges in Industrial Analytics",
Christoph Gröger (Bosch)
10:15-11:00
"Industrial Analytics Pipelines: Challenges and Approaches",
Holger Schwarz (U of Stuttgart, IPVS)
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:00
"Data Science Approaches to Quality Control: Problems, Challenges and Architecture",
Ulf Schreier (Furtwangen University)
12:00-12:30
"Combining Data Analytics and Knowledge-Based Approaches for Fault Detection and Fault Diagnosis",
Yannick Wilhelm (Festo)
12:30-15:00
Lunch
15:00-16:30
Symposium Session
16:30-17:00
Coffee at Poster Presentation
16:35-18:00
Poster Session – Chair: Johanna Barzen
Friday, June 26
09:30-12:30
Smart Systems Session – Chair: Marco Aiello
09:30-10:15
"Scalable Architectures for Smart Spaces",
Alexander Lazovik (U of Groningen)
10:15-11:00
"Smart/IoT for Cybercrime-fighting",
Damian Andrew Tamburri (TU Eindhoven)
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:00
"Electric Vehicles on the Smart Grid",
Marco Aiello (U of Stuttgart, IAAS)
13:00-20:00
Excursion