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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 15
11:00-13:00
Organizer Meeting
15:00-17:00
PhD Advisor Meeting
Sunday, June 16
12:30-13:30
Lunch
13:00-17:00
Doctoral Programme Session – Chair: Ralf Küsters
13:00-13:30
"A Formal Security Analysis of Hyperledger Fabric",
Mike Simon (U of Stuttgart, SEC)
13:30-14:00
"Finding the Number of Clusters in Datasets: Accelerating the Exploration Process",
Manuel Fritz (U of Stuttgart, IPVS AS)
14:00-14:30
"Challenges in High Performance Cloud Computing",
Stefan Kehrer (HS Reutlingen, Parallel and Distributed Computing Group)
14:30-15:00
"Reinforcement Learning for IoT Interoperability",
Sebastian Kotstein (HS Reutlingen)
15:00-15:30
Coffee Break
15:30-16:00
"Methods and technologies to implement automation of process models",
Jürgen Krauß (HS Reutlingen, BPM)
16:00-16:30
"Application Modernization: Refactoring to Microservices",
Jonas Fritzsch (U of Stuttgart, ISTE SWE)
16:30-17:00
"A parallel approach for incremental entity resolution",
Leonardo Gazzarri (IPVS AS, U of Stuttgart)
Monday, June 17
09:00-09:30
Registration & Welcome
09:30-12:30
Quantum Computing Session – Chair: Frank Leymann
09:30-10:30
"Quantum Computing - Qbits, Gates, Robustness and NISQ",
Frank Leymann (U of Stuttgart, IAAS)
[Presentation]
10:30-11:00
"Hands-On IBM Q",
Michael Hahn (U of Stuttgart, IAAS)
11:00-11:30
Coffee break
11:30-12:30
"Quantum Networks & Quantum Clouds",
Stefanie Barz (U of Stuttgart, FMQ)
12:30-15:00
Lunch & Discussions
15:00-19:00
Cloud & Stream Processing Session – Chair: Norbert Ritter
15:00-16:00
16:00-16:30
Coffee Break
16:30-17:30
"Stateful distributed stream processing: state of the art and research challenges",
Kostas Magoutis (CSD, U of Crete), (ICS FORTH)
17:30-18:00
"Unicorn: A Novel Framework for Multi-cloud Services",
Manos Papoutsakis (ICS FORTH)
[Presentation]
19:00-20:00
Reception
Tuesday, June 18
09:30-12:00
IoT & Edge Session – Chair: Marina Bitsaki
09:30-10:30
"Edge Intelligence - The Convergence of Humans, Things, and AI",
Schahram Dustdar (TU Vienna, Distributed Systems Group)
[Presentation]
10:30-11:00
Coffe Break
11:00-11:30
"Smart Energy Systems",
Marco Aiello (U of Stuttgart, IAAS)
[Presentation]
11:30:-12:00
"Open Challenges in Modern Energy Systems",
Davide Poli (U of Pisa, CS Department)
[Presentation]
12:00-15:00
Lunch & Discussions
15:00-17:00
Advanced Manufacturing Session – Chair: Marco Aiello
15:00-16:00
16:00-16:30
"Analytical Challenges for Data-Driven Fault Diagnosis in End-of-Line Testing of Complex Products",
Vitali Hirsch (Daimler AG)
16:30-17:00
"Practical Machine Learning: A Use Case for Data Cleansing and Object Identification in Market Research",
Thomas Ruf (Kynetec Germany GmbH)
17:00-17:30
Coffee Break
17:29-17:30
Software Architecture Session – Chair: Frank Leymann
17:30-18:30
"The Architect Elevator",
Gregor Hohpe (CTO Office, Google Cloud)
Wednesday, June 19
09:29-10:30
Theory Session – Chair: Melanie Herschel
09:30-10:30
"Conceptual Foundations of Service Orientation",
Wolfgang Reisig (Humboldt Universität, Department of Computer Science)
[Presentation]
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-12:30
Privacy Session – Chair: Melanie Herschel
11:00-12:00
12:00-12:30
"Privacy Aware Workflows",
Irem Besik (Humboldt University, Berlin)
[Presentation]
12:30-15:00
Lunch & Discussions
15:00-16:30
Digital Humanities Session – Chair: Frank Hentschel
15:00-15:45
"CATMA – An Integrated Environment for Literary Text Annotation and Analysis",
Marco Petris (U of Hamburg (Institute for German Language & Literature))
[Presentation]
15:45-16:30
"Reconstructing musical experiences from historical texts",
Claes Neuefeind (U of Cologne, Institute for Digital Humanities)
[Presentation]
16:30-17:00
Coffee Break
17:00-18:00
Symposium Session – Chair: Guido Wirtz
17:00-17:10
"ASAP-DM: A Framework for Automatic Selection of Analytic Platforms for Data Mining",
Manuel Fritz
[Presentation]
17:10-17:20
"Towards task-based parallelization for entity resolution",
Leonardo Gazzarri
17:20-17:30
"A lightweight messaging engine for decentralized data processing in the Internet of Things",
Daniel Del Gaudio
17:30-17:40
"Transactional Properties of Permissioned Blockchains",
Ghareeb Falazi (Presenter: Michael Hahn)
17:40-17:50
"The Essential Deployment Metamodel: A Systematic Review of Deployment Automation Technologies",
Michael Wurster
[Presentation]
Thursday, June 20
09:30-12:30
Cloud Data Management Session – Chair: Bernhard Mitschang
09:30-10:00
"Scalable Cloud Data Management",
Norbert Ritter (U of Hamburg, VSiS)
10:00-10:30
"Cloud Polystores - Overview and Open Research Questions",
Daniel Glake, Mareike Schmidt, Felix Kiehn (U of Hamburg, VSIS)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-11:45
"Polypheny-DB: Towards a Distributed and Self-Adaptive Polystore",
Heiko Schuldt (U of Basel, DBIS)
[Presentation]
11:45-12:30
"NoSQL Schema Management and Big Data Migration in the Cloud",
Uta Störl (HS Darmstadt) (Hochschule Darmstadt)
[Presentation]
12:30-15:00
Lunch & Discussions
15:00-16:00
Symposium Session – Chair: Guido Wirtz
15:00-15:10
"RADON: Rational Decomposition and Orchestration for Serverless Computing",
Giuliano Casale
[Presentation]
15:10-15:20
"Requirements for a model-driven cloud-native migration of monolithic web-based applications",
Robin Lichtenthäler
[Presentation]
15:20-15:30
"Freezing and Defrosting Cloud Applications: Automated Saving and Restoring of Running Applications",
Lukas Harzenetter
[Presentation]
15:30-15:40
"Pattern-based Rewrite and Refinement of Architectures Using Graph Theory",
Jasmin Guth
15:40-15:50
"Where to Begin - On Pattern Language Entry Points",
Lukas Reinfurt
[Presentation]
15:50-16:00
"Design principles, architectural smells and refactorings for microservices: A multivocal review",
Davide Neri
[Presentation]
16:00-16.30
Coffee Break (at Poster Session)
16:30-18:00
Poster Session – Chair: Johanna Barzen
Friday, June 21
10:00-13:00
Advanced Technology & Applications Session – Chair: Holger Schwarz
10:00-11:00
"ANITA – (Cyber-)Crime Detection Exploiting (Big) Data",
Willem-Jan van den Heuvel (U of Tilburg)
11:00-12:00
"Building Resilient Space Exploration Missions",
Mike Hinchey (LERO & U of Limerick)
13:00-20:00
Excursion to Rethymon
Saturday, June 22
10:00-17:00
Ballerina (Hands-On & Tutorial) Session – Chair: Sanjiva Weerawarana
10:00-11:00
"Why Ballerina and how it's different",
Sanjiva Weerewarana (WSO2)
11:00-12:00
"Understand key language concepts",
Sanjiva Weerawarana
12:00-13:00
Lunch
13:00-14:30
"Standard library",
Kishanthan Thangarajah (WSO2)
14:30-15:30
"Experimental features",
Kishanthan Thangarajah
15:30-16:00
Coffee Breack
16:00-17:00
"Ballerina plans & timeline",
Sanjiva Weerawarana
Sunday, June 23
10:00-15:00
"PlanQK Architecture",
PlanQK Consortium (PlanQK Consortium)
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