The 2nd European Young Researchers Workshop on Service Oriented Computing

11-12 June 2007, Leicester, UK

Co-Located Events
Invited Speakers
Important Dates
Accepted Papers
Author Instructions

Provisional Programme

All events happen inside the Facilities Building of New Hall. Unless otherwise stated, all talks will be in the Rothley Suite and all posters will be displayed in the Oakham Suite, both of which are upstairs. Lunches take place in the dining area downstairs.

Monday 11 June

08:00-09:00Registration (in the downstairs bar area)

Delegates in accommodation can pick up their room keys during this time. Registration will also be available during scheduled breaks.

09:00-09:15Workshop Opening

09:15-10:15Opening Keynote: Mark Little (JBoss) (slides)

10:15-10:45Coffee break

10:45-12:15Session 1: Service Discovery and Selection
Marco Comerio. A Novel Approach to Web Services Discovery. (slides)
Helge Janicke and Monika Solanki. Policy-Driven Service Selection. (slides)
Hong Qing Yu and Hernan Molina. A modified Logic Scoring Preference method for dynamic web service evaluation and selection.


14:00-15:00Session 2: Service-oriented Computing Development Practise
Qing Gu and Patricia Lago. A Model for exploring the Service-oriented Software Engineering (SOSE) challenges.
Sven De Labey and Eric Steegmans. Advanced Language Constructs for Developing Intra-organisational Service Architectures.
Annapaola Marconi, Marco Pistore and Paolo Traverso. Automated Web Service Composition in practise: from Composition Requirements Specification to Process Run. (slides, AstroBookStore BPEL file)

15:00-15:30Poster Session 1
Clive Jefferies. Reengineering Systems for Multi Channel Access – Systematic Literature Review Protocol.
Tuvshintur Tserendorj. Mapping BPEL4WS Processes into CSP.
Philip Woodall and Pearl Brereton. Inference Security Threats in Service-Based Systems.
Francesco De Angelis, Alberto Polzonetti and Flavio Corradini. Verification of WS-CDL Choreographies.

15:30-16:30Keynote: Steve Ross-Talbot (Pi4 Technologies) (slides)

16:30-17:30Session 3: Service Orchestration and Choreography
Simon Foster. Modelling Compensation with Timed Process Algrebra. (slides)
Gero Decker, Oliver Kopp and Frank Puhlmann. Service Referrals in BPEL-based Choreographies. (slides)

19:00-23:00Workshop Dinner (Shimla Pinks)

Tuesday 12 June

09:00-10:00Keynote: Martin Wirsing (LMU, Munich) (slides)

10:00-11:00Session 4: Service-oriented Systems Development
Erwin Ramollari, Dimitris Dranidis and Anthony James Howard Simons. A Survey of Service-oriented Development Methodologies.
Laszlo Gonczy. Methodology for a Precise Development Process of Service Oriented Applications.

11:00-11:30Poster Session 2
Sven De Labey and Eric Steegmans. Typed Abstractions for Client-Service Interactions in OSGi.
Connie Haoying Bao and Nicolas Gold. Aspect Oriented Web Service Composition and Choreography Analysis.
Howard Foster. WS-Engineer: Tool Support for Engineering Web Service Compositions and Choreography.
Marian Mohr and Nicolas Gold. Using Enhanced Causal Paths based on Passive Tracing in Determining a Web Service Topology.

11:30-13:00Session 5: Business Processes
Peter Wong and Jeremy Gibbons. Verifying Business Process Compatibility. (slides)
Ganna Frankova and Artsiom Yautsiukhin. Service and Protection Level Agreements for Business Processes. (slides)


14:00-14:30Invited Talk: Luis Andrade (ATX Software)

14:30-14:45Sosornet: Nicolas Gold (Kings College London) (slides)

14:45-15:15Coffee break

15:15-16:45Session 6: Case Studies of Service-oriented Systems
Tianxiang Lu and Carsten Ullrich. Course Generation as a Web Service for E-Learning Systems.
Maurice ter Beek, Corrado Moiso and Marinella Petrocchi. Modelling and Analysis of an Identity Federation Protocol for Web Services: The Case of Federated Network Providers. (slides)
Mousa Al-Akhras and Hussein Zedan. Quality Estimation for Steamed of VoIP Services.

16:45-17:00Workshop Closing