[Choose-news] [choose] Reminder: Service-oriented Computing

Harald Gall gall at ifi.unizh.ch
Tue Jan 10 17:37:53 CET 2006


Ein reminder fuer den kommenden CHOOSE SIGBeer Vortrag ueber SOC an  
der Uni ZH.
Bemerkung: Der Vortrag wird in deutsch gehalten werden.

Gruesse,
Harald Gall



> From: Igor Metz <metz at glue.ch>
> Date: 28. November 2005 17:01:00 GMT+01:00
> To: choose-news at iam.unibe.ch
> Subject: [choose] Service-oriented Computing - Fundamentals of  
> Modern Internet Technologies
>
> The CHOOSE executive board and the Institut für Informatik der
> Universität Zürich are pleased to invite you to a presentation.
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Service-oriented Computing - Fundamentals of Modern Internet  
> Technologies.
> ====================================================================== 
> ====
>
> When: Thursday January 12, 2006, @17h15
>
> Where:	Institut für Informatik (IfI), Universität Zürich,
> 	IfI H-25
>
> Travel instructions: http://www.ifi.unizh.ch/ifiadmin/wayToInst.html
>
> Speaker
> =======
>
> Schahram Dustdar, Prof. Dr, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
> http://www.infosys.tuwien.ac.at/staff/sd/
>
> Agenda
> ======
>
> 17h15 - 18h00 Talk
>
> Abstract
> ========
>
> Today we are experiencing a major paradigm shift in the way that
> software applications are designed, architected, delivered, and
> consumed. Service-oriented Computing (SoC) is a new emerging paradigm
> for distributed computing that has evolved from object-oriented and
> component computing to enable building agile networks of collaborating
> applications distributed within and across organizational boundaries.
> Services are autonomous platform-inde pen dent computational elements
> that can be described, published, discovered, orchestrated and
> pro grammed using XML artifacts for the purpose of developing  
> massively
> distributed interoperable applications. In this talk we will  
> discuss the
> current state of Service-oriented Computing and outline future  
> research
> challenges.
>
> Bio:
> ======
>
> Schahram Dustdar is Full Professor for Internet Technologies at the
> Distributed Systems Group, Information Systems Institute, Vienna
> University of Technology (TU Wien) where he is director of the Vita  
> Lab
> and Honorary Professor of Information Systems at the University of
> Groningen (RuG), The Netherlands.
>
> He received his M.Sc. (1990) and PhD. degrees (1992) in Business
> Informatics (Wirtschaftsinformatik) from the University of Linz,
> Austria. In April 2003 he received his Habilitation degree (Venia
> Docendi in Angewandte Informatik) for his work on Process-aware
> Collaboration Systems - Architectures and Coordination Models for
> Virtual Teams. His work experience includes several years as the
> founding head of the Center for Informatics (ZID) at the University of
> Art and Industrial Design in Linz (1991-1999), Austrian project  
> manager
> of the MICE EU-project (1993 - 97), and director of Coordination
> Technologies at the Design Transfer Center in Linz (1999 - 2000).  
> While
> on sabbatical leave he was a post-doctoral research scholar
> (Erwin-Schrödinger scholarship) at the London School of Economics
> (Information Systems Department) (1993 and 1994), and a visiting
> research scientist at NTT Multimedia Communications Labs in Palo Alto,
> USA during 1998.
>
> Since 1999 he works as the co-founder and chief scientist of Caramba
> Labs Software AG (CarambaLabs.com) in Vienna, a venture capital
> co-funded software company focused on software for collaborative
> processes in teams. Caramba Labs was nominated for several
> (international and national) awards: World Technology Award in the
> category of Software (2001); Top-Startup companies in Austria (Cap
> Gemini Ernst & Young) (2002); MERCUR Innovationspreis der
> Wirtschaftskammer (2002).
>
>
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> -
> This event is being run as part of the ifi Colloquium and is sponsored
> by CHOOSE. The participation is free for all interested parties. No
> registration is required, as there will be no drinks after the  
> talk :-(
>
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