SOAS2007

 

CfP

 

Committee

 

Program

 

Registration

 

Travel & Accomondation

3rd International Conference on Self-Organization and Autonomous Systems in Computing and Communications (SOAS’2007)

  

24-27 September 2007, Leipzig, Germany

 

submission extension to: 4th June 2007                 CfP flyer

 

Technical Co-Sponsored by

SIWN - the Systemics and Informatics World Network

IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society

SMCS TC on Self-Organization and Cybernetics for Informatics

 

SCOPE

 

SOAS 2007 solicits papers on theory, methodologies, technologies, and implementations in the following themes:

Theme 1: Principles and Methodologies for Self-Organization and Adaptation

Theme 2: Self-Organization/Adaptation of Multi-Agent Systems

Theme 3: Self-Organizing/Autonomic Grid

Theme 4: Autonomic Computing in General and Adaptive Transactional Environments

Theme 5: Autonomic Communications

 

Full lists of indicative topics in each Theme are downloadable.

 

PAPER SUBMISSIONS AND PUBLICATION


All manuscripts will be reviewed and judged on merits including correctness, originality, technical strength, quality of presentation, and relevance to the conference themes. Submitted papers must include original work, and may not be under consideration for another conference or journal.


For submission of a paper, you need to go to SABRE website

click "Paper Submission" on the top-left corner. Here is a How-To-Submit.


Submitted manuscripts should not exceed 20 double-spaced single-column pages, including figures, tables, and references. Submissions must be made electronically as Adobe PDF files through the conference web-site.


All manuscripts accepted by SOAS’2007 as regular or short papers will be formally published in the international journal:  System and Information Sciences Notes. After the conference, selected best papers will be invited to revise and extend for publication in a journal special issue in the International Transactions on Systems Science and Applications.


STUDENT AWARDS


A student best paper award will be presented. A student paper is defined as one in which the principal (not sole) author is a student. The student will be required to present the paper to receive the award.
 

TUTORIALS, PANELS AND INVITED SESSIONS


Tutorials, panels and invited-sessions will be held in conjunction with the conference. Please see the conference web page for details on how to submit a proposal of tutorial and panel session and how to organise an invited session. Please e-mail proposal to Program Chair
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Important Dates:


Submission:                                    
4th June 2007

Author notification:                            25 June 2007    delayed to 4 July
Invited-sessions, Tutorials, or Panels: 18 June 2007
Final version:                                    23 July 2007