Approved SERVICES 2013 Workshops

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Scientific Workflows (SWF 2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Security and Privacy Engineering (SPE2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Performance Aspects of Cloud and Service Virtualization (CloudPerf 2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Formal Methods in Services and Cloud Computing (FM-S&C 2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Cloud Security Auditing (CSAW 2013)

IEEE 2013 SERVICES Workshop on Future Services (FS 2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Personalized Web Tasking (PWT 2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Service Security and Assurance Perspectives (WOSSAP)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on the Future of Software Engineering for/in the Cloud (FOSEC 2013)

IEEE 2013 International Workshop on Computational and Hybrid Intelligence For Service Computing (CHIS 2013)

Call for Workshop Proposal under IEEE 2013 Services

The topics of workshops are centered on services, information assurance and its applications. They cover not only Web Services, Services Computing and Cloud Computing, but also information assurance and security, service applications in various industry, government, healthcare, and scientific and engineering communities.

Since 2003, workshops within conferences have provided a platform for presenting novel ideas in a less formal and possibly more focused way than the conferences themselves. As such, they also offer a good opportunity for young researchers to present their work and to obtain feedback from an interest community.

Built upon the success of past workshops, we call for workshop proposal for the IEEE 2013 Services Workshops. There are some changes this time. We will invite academic and industrial leaders to organize workshops. But, we also welcome any proposals that fit the theme. For self-proposal, we ask the organizers should have at least Associate professor or equivalent rank in academia, or senior research staff with over four years of working experiences if from industry. The long term goal of workshops is to grow workshops and to have them continued every year, to graduate them for main conference if such needs arise. Moreover, Workshop organizers should have clear implementation plan. Workshop coordinators will work closely with workshop organizers closely.

If you are qualified and interested in organizing a workshop for the IEEE Services 2013, please Download the word file the workshop proposal template or the PDF file the workshop proposal template Please submit your proposal via the 2013 Proposal Submission and Review System. And cc to the workshop organizers.

Workshop proposal deadline is January 15, 2013. It is a firm date.

All the accepted papers by the workshops will be included in the Proceedings of the Seventh IEEE 2013 World Congress on Services (SERVICES 2013) which will be published by IEEE Computer Society

For all workshop organizers, if the workshop receives more than 50 valid submissions directly submitted to the dedicated online workshop submission system and accepts more than 10 quality regular papers from them, the workshop will receive one free registration, and up to three key workshop chairs will each receive a Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Services by Serving As Chair of "Workshop Title" from the 2013 IEEE 8th World Congress on Services (IEEE SERVICES 2013).

Contact Information

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