Prof. Dr. Holger Giese

SEAMS 2010

Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS), Two-Day ICSE Workshop: May 3-4 (tentative), 2010 Cape Town, South Africa

With the rapid growth of web services and the continuous evolution from software-intensive systems to socio-technical ecosystems, the management complexity of these modern, decentralized, distributed computing systems presents significant challenges for businesses and often exceeds the capabilities of human operators. End-users increasingly demand from businesses that they provide software systems that are versatile, resilient, dependable, robust, service-oriented, meshable, inter-operable, continuously available, decentralized, self-healing, configurable, or self-optimizing.

One of the most promising approaches to achieving some of these properties is to equip software systems with feedback control to address the management of inherent system dynamics. The resulting self-adapting and self-managing computing systems are better able to cope with and even accommodate changing environments, shifting requirements, and computing-on-demand needs.


Call for Paper


Important Dates:

Submission deadline: 31 January 2010
Author notification: 22 February 2010
Camera ready copy:  28 February 2010