Joint demonstration evening ServiceWave, FIA and FIRE
Wednesday December 15th 2010 (18h30)
The Demonstration evening provides the possibilities to demonstrate tool support and automation of specific aspects related to service oriented computing originating from different application domains. The event will take place in an unconstrained atmosphere with lots of sandwiches, discussions and fun.
On site preregistration for the FIA conference will also be possible so as to enable you to dive straight into FIA Gent on the following morning!
With 24 demonstrations selected covering all Future Internet topics ranging from services to infrastructures, the demonstration track will start on Wednesday evening 15 December as the closing event for ServiceWave 2010 and FIRE. It continues during coffee breaks and lunches on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 December during the FIA event.
The ServiceWave conference series is a unique opportunity for academic researchers and industry practitioners to report on ground breaking research work and present industrial trends, strengthening the cross-community excellence in service oriented computing related domains. It is a place for sharing knowledge and networking between experts working on the
Service Revolution in Europe today.
The Future Internet Assembly – FIA – groups 100 projects which subscribed to the Bled Declaration. They agreed to coordinate their R&D activities to foster a strong European footprint on Future Internet. More than € 650 million are invested by the participants and by the European Commission to make this happen. FIA mobilises a community of some 400 experts active in shaping the European Future Internet vision.
FIRE promotes the concept of experimentally-driven research for the Internet of the Future, joining the two ends of academic-driven visionary research and industry-driven testing and experimentation. To make this approach a reality, FIRE aims to create a dynamic, sustainable, large scale European Experimental Facility, which is built by gradually connecting and
federating existing and new test beds for emerging or future internet technologies.
The Demonstration Program is intended to showcase innovative implementation approaches, technologies and tools related to service-oriented computing, FIRE or other aspects of the Future Internet addressed during the FIA (Internet Architecture, Internet of Things, Internet of Content, Trust and Security, Socio-economic aspects, FI Applications). The
program is an opportunity to discuss emerging technologies with key researchers and practitioners in the field. You are invited to apply for system demonstrations.
Demonstration Committee Chairs
Jennifer Pérez, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Julien Vayssière, Smart Services CRC, Australia
Demonstration Committee Members
Claudio Bartolini, HP Labs, USA
Markus Brunner, NEC, Germany
Zeta Dooly, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Keith Duddy, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Alexander Gluhak, University of Surry, United Kingdom
Michael Goedicke, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Miguel Jimenez, Technical University of Madrid
André Ludwig, University of Leipzig, Germany
Norman May, SAP, Germany
Ingo Weber, UNSW, Australia
For additional information, consult with Demonstration Chairs