6th IEEE International Workshop on 

Service Oriented Architectures in Converging Networked Environments (SOCNE2011)

in conjunction with

16th IEEE International Conference on
Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA'2011)
Toulouse, France, 05.-09. September 2011




Proceedings are available:

in the IEEE Xplore library


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Slides of the presentations:

OSAMI COMMONS - An open platform for dynamic services for ambient intelligence. Naci Dai (ETERATION A.S); Jesus Bermejo (Telvent); Felix Cuadrado Latasa (Univ. Politecnica de Madrid); Alejandra Ruiz López (Tecnalia); Isaac Agudo (Univ. de Malaga); Elmar Zeeb (Univ. of Rostock); Jan Krueger, Oliver Dohndorf (Univ. of Dortmund); Wolfgang Thronicke (Siemens); Christoph Fiehe, Anna Litvina (Materna)

Autonomic Enterprise Service Bus. Philippe Lalanda, Issac Garcia (LIG, Grenoble); Denis Morand (Schneider Electric)

A New Approach for Automatic Generation of Tests for Next Generation Network Communication Services. Marten Fischer, Ralf Tönjes, Rolf Lasch (Univ. of Applied Sciences Osnabrück)

Integration of Medical Equipment into SOA - enabling Technology for efficient Workflow Management. Lars Lindemann, Mario Thron, Thomas Bangemann (Institut fuer Automation und Kommunikation e.V.); Oliver Grosser (Universitaetsklinikum Magdeburg)

User-Generated Mobile Services for Health and Fitness. Alexandra Chapko, Marc Gräßle, Andreas Emrich, Dirk Werth (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence); Carsten Rust (Morpho e-Documents); Jürgen Tacken (Orga Systems GmbH); Stephan Flake (Orga Systems GmbH); Nico Laum (Univ. of Rostock); Christian Lerche (Univ. of Rostock); Alexander Weber (Deutsches Lauftherapiezentrum e.V.)

Towards self-organization of networked medical devices. Joachim Hänsel (Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Architecture and Software Technology); Matthias Hovestadt (Technische Universitaet Berlin); Michael John (Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Architecture and Software Technology); Odej Kao, Andreas Kliem (Technische Universitaet Berlin)

Service offloading in Adaptive Real-Time Systems. Luis Lino Ferreira, Guilherme Silva, Luis Miguel Pinho (CISTER Research Group/ISEP)

Requirements for Smart Home Applications and Realization with WS4D-PipesBox. Elmar Zeeb, Guido Moritz (Univ. of Rostock); Christian Beckel, Heinz Serfas (Robert Bosch GmbH); Frank Golatowski, Dirk Timmermann (Univ. of Rostock)

Adaptive and Reliable Binding in Ambient Service Systems. Jan Krüger, Oliver Dohndorf, Heiko Krumm (TU Dortmund Univ.); Christoph Fiehe, Anna Litvina, Ingo Lück, Franz-Josef Stewing (MATERNA Information & Communications)


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