[aosd-announce] CFP: AOSD Workshop on Commercialization

Ron Bodkin rbodkin at pacbell.net
Mon Jan 6 23:24:33 EST 2003

                            CALL FOR PAPERS

         AOSD Workshop on Commercialization of AOSD Technology

                            March 18, 2003
                         Boston, Massachusetts

         A one-day workshop to be held in conjunction with the
                  Second International Conference on
           Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD 2003),
             March 17-21, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

The success of Aspect-Oriented Software Development technology has
resulted in increasing commercial use and the emergence of an AOSD
industry. This workshop will address the development of commercially
successful AOSD technology. It will address how to achieve a mature AOSD
industry that meets the needs of users and how consultants and vendors
can meet this opportunity.

Topics of interest for the workshop include value propositions,
requirements for adoption (technical, organizational, and standards),
business cases, business models, strategies, industry lessons from
experience in commercialization, selling, and likely customers. The goal
is to bring together practitioners, users, consultants, and vendors to
discuss the opportunities and challenges in delivering commercial
solutions using AOSD. These discussions are intended to improve market
opportunities and increase the scale and number of deployments of AOSD.
This workshop will also start a conversation about mechanisms for
cross-industry discussion and common initiatives to support market
awareness and support for AOSD.

The workshop will consist of structured discussions about topics drawn
from position papers submitted by interested participants. The workshop
will also address cross-industry communication and collaboration to
promote AOSD. Participants will be expected to have read the accepted
papers prior to the workshop, to ensure focused discussions.

There will also be break times for informal discussions. A concluding
discussion at the end of the workshop will draw together various
threads, discuss open issues, and reach conclusions.

Invitation to the workshop will be based on accepted position papers.
Interested parties are invited to submit a one to four page position
paper describing topics of interest in the general area of
commercialization of AOSD. Submitted papers should provide a clear
description of the submitter's experiences and interests in
commercialization of AOSD. Papers should provide a short summary of
lessons learned, challenges, opportunities, and techniques used to
address these. Those wishing to attend but unable to submit a paper
contact the organizer directly to explain why they are unable to submit
a paper and what their interest is.

Submissions should be formatted either as plain text, HTML, or PDF.
Submissions should be mailed to aosdcomm2003 at newaspects.com by February
10, 2003. Submissions will be reviewed by the workshop program
committee.  Papers will be evaluated based on relevant experiences,
insight into commercialization issues, and originality. Authors will be
notified of the acceptance or rejection of their submissions by February
17, 2003.

All accepted papers will be posted at the workshop Web site prior to the
workshop date, to give all participants the opportunity to read them
before the workshop.  In addition, the accepted papers will be published
in a Workshop Proceedings as a technical report.


  Submission Deadline:		February 10, 2003
  Notification of Acceptance:	February 17, 2003
  Workshop:			      March 18, 2003

  Ron Bodkin, New Aspects of Security, US
  Adrian Colyer, IBM, UK 
  Juri Memmert, JPMDesign, Germany 
  Arno Schmidmeier, Sirius Software GmbH, Germany 

  Ron Bodkin, New Aspects of Security, US
  Adrian Colyer, IBM, UK 
  Juri Memmert, JPMDesign, Germany 
  Arno Schmidmeier, Sirius Software GmbH, Germany

For any questions or suggestions, please email
aosdcomm2003 at newaspects.com

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Ron Bodkin
Chief Technology Officer
New Aspects of Security

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