COORDINATION: International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages



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Event When Where Deadline
COORDINATION 2024 26th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
May 18, 2024 - May 20, 2024 University of Groningen, The Netherlands Feb 9, 2024 (Feb 2, 2024)
COORDINATION 2023 25th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 19, 2023 - Jun 23, 2023 Lisbon (PT) Feb 18, 2023 (Feb 11, 2023)
COORDINATION 2022 24th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 13, 2022 - Jun 17, 2022 Lucca (IT) Feb 4, 2022 (Jan 28, 2022)
COORDINATION 2018 20th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 18, 2018 - Jun 20, 2018 Madrid Feb 23, 2018 (Feb 16, 2018)
COORDINATION 2017 19th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 19, 2017 - Jun 21, 2017 Neuchatel, Switzerland Feb 10, 2017 (Feb 3, 2017)
COORDINATION 2016 18th IFIP International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 6, 2016 - Jun 8, 2016 Heraklion, Crete, Greece Feb 8, 2016 (Feb 1, 2016)
COORDINATION 2014 16th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 3, 2014 - Jun 6, 2014 Berlin, Germany Feb 7, 2014 (Feb 1, 2014)
COORDINATION 2013 15th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 3, 2013 - Jun 5, 2013 Firenze, Italy Feb 11, 2013 (Feb 4, 2013)
COORDINATION 2010 12th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages
Jun 7, 2010 - Jun 9, 2010 Amsterdam, Netherlands Feb 12, 2010 (Feb 8, 2010)

Present CFP : 2024

Call For Papers
26th International Conference on Coordination Models and Languages

Dates: June 18-20, 2024
Location: University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Paper submission deadline: February 09, 2024
Submission Link:

Modern information systems rely increasingly on combining concurrent,
distributed, mobile, adaptive, reconfigurable, and heterogeneous components. New
models, architectures, languages, and verification techniques are necessary to
cope with the complexity induced by the demands of today's software development.
Coordination languages have emerged as a successful approach, in that they
provide abstractions that cleanly separate behaviour from communication,
therefore increasing modularity, simplifying reasoning, and ultimately enhancing
software development. Building on the success of the previous editions, this
conference provides a well-established forum for the growing community of
researchers interested in models, languages, architectures, and implementation
techniques for coordination.

Main Topics
Topics of interest encompass all areas of coordination, including (but not
limited to) coordination-related aspects of:

- Theoretical models and foundations for coordination:
component composition, concurrency, distribution, mobility; dynamic, spatial
and probabilistic aspects of coordination; logic, types, semantics.
- Coordination of multi-agent and collective systems:
models, languages, infrastructures, self-adaptation, self-organisation,
distributed solving, collective intelligence and emerging behaviour.
- Coordination and modern distributed computing:
web services, microservices, peer-to-peer networks, grid computing,
context-awareness, ubiquitous computing, mobile computing, reversible
- Session-based programming:
models, languages, behavioural types, and tools.
- Models, languages, verification techniques, and tools for
interacting smart contracts and (blockchain-based) decentralised
- Languages, methodologies, and tools for secure coordination.
- Cybersecurity aspects of coordinated systems, coordinated approaches to
- Nature- and bio-inspired approaches to coordination.
- Specification, refinement, and analysis of architectures:
patterns and styles, verification of functional and non-functional
properties, including performance and security aspects.
- Dynamic software architectures:
distributed mobile code, configuration, reconfiguration, networked computing,
parallel, high-performance and cloud computing.
- Coordination platforms for infrastructures of emergent new application
domains, like IoT, fog-, and edge-computing.
- Programming methodologies, languages, middleware, tools, and environments
for the development and verification of coordinated applications, including
DevOps approaches.
- Coordination in business process management:
coordination models for business process management, process mining
techniques and tools for coordination models.
- Industrial relevance of coordination and software architectures:
programming in the large, domain-specific software architectures and
coordination models, industry-driven efforts in coordination and case
- Interdisciplinary aspects of coordination.

Invited Speaker
Marieke Huisman, University of Twente, The Netherlands

Important dates
- Abstract submission: February 02, 2024
- Paper submission: February 09, 2024
- Paper notification: March 29, 2024
- Camera-ready: April 24, 2024

Dates are Anywhere on Earth (AoE).

We invite you to submit:

- Regular papers (7-15 pages, not counting references):
describing thorough and complete research results and experience reports. In
a clear case of need, as an exception, authors may ask for permission via
email to the PC co-chairs to exceed the paper's max length by at most 10%,
under the condition that last-minute shortening would really damage the
clarity of the paper or result in non-submission. The authors must make a
draft of the paper available to the PC co-chairs via EasyChair.

- Short papers (4-6 pages, not counting references):
describing research in progress or opinion papers on the past of
COORDINATION research, on the current state of the art, or on prospects for
the years to come.

- Survey papers (16-25 pages, not counting references):
describing important results and success stories related to the topics of

- Tool papers (4-15 pages, not counting references):
describing technological artefacts in the scope of the research topics of
COORDINATION. Tool papers should provide a clear account of the tool's
functionality, discuss the tool's practical capabilities possibly with
reference to the type and size of problems it can handle, and, when
applicable, report on realistic case studies (possibly providing a rigorous
experimental evaluation). Tool papers may also provide an account of the
theoretical foundations, including relevant citations, and present design
and implementation concerns, possibly including software architecture and
core data structures. Papers that present extensions to existing tools
should clearly describe the improvements or extensions with respect to
previously published versions of the tool, possibly providing data on
enhancements in terms of resources and capabilities. Papers may contain a
link to a publicly downloadable MPEG-4 demo video of at most 10 minutes

Following ACM's definition [1], an artefact is "a digital object that was either
created by the authors to be used as part of the study or generated by the
experiment itself. For example, artifacts can be software systems, scripts used
to run experiments, input datasets, raw data collected in the experiment, or
scripts used to analyze results".

To improve and reward reproducibility and to give more visibility and credit to
the effort of tool developers in the COORDINATION community, authors of
submitted papers are invited to submit publicly available artefacts (using
permanent repositories such as Software Heritage, Zenodo, etc.), which will be
associated with their paper for evaluation. Based on the result of the artefact
evaluation, one or more badges may be applied to a paper. Specifically,
COORDINATION uses the EAPLS badging scheme [2], which in its own turn is based
on and consistent with the ACM initiative.

Artefact submission is mandatory for tool papers and the result of the artefact
evaluation will be considered in the tool paper's acceptance decision. Instead,
artefact submission is optional for all the other paper categories and the
result of the artefact evaluation will not affect the paper's acceptance
decision but may affect the best paper selection.

Dates (AoE):
- Artefact submission: February 29, 2024
- Kick-the-tires phase:
- Problem reports from reviewers: 8 March, 2024
- Authors' response to reviewers: 15 March, 2024
- Artefact notification: March 29, 2024


The conference proceedings, consisting of accepted submissions from any paper
category, will be published by Springer in LNCS-IFIP volumes.

Special issues
After the conference, accepted papers (except for tool papers) selected from
COORDINATION and FORTE programmes will be invited to a special issue of the
Logical Methods in Computer Science journal. The paper submission deadline is
planned for October/November 2024, while the notifications for the first round
of reviews around February 2025. Selected accepted tool papers, instead, will be
invited to a special issue of a reputable journal with a track dedicated to
software, like the Journal of Science of Computer Programming's Software Track.

Programme Committee chairs
Ilaria Castellani (INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France)
Francesco Tiezzi (University of Florence, Italy)

Publicity chair
Saverio Giallorenzo (University of Bologna, Italy)

Programme Committee
Giorgio Audrito (University of Turin, Italy)
Laura Bocchi (University of Kent, UK)
Chiara Bodei (University of Pisa, Italy)
Marcello Bonsangue (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
Silvia Crafa (University of Padova, Italy)
Cinzia Di Giusto (Université Côte d'Azur, France)
Paola Giannini (University of Piemonte Orientale, Italy)
Hannah Gommerstadt (Vassar College, USA)
Heerko Groefsema (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Thomas Hildebrandt (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Sung-Shik Jongmans (Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands)
Dimka Karastoyanova (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Jean Krivine (IRIF, CNRS, France)
Eva Kühn (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Roland Kuhn (Actyx, Germany)
Alberto Lluch Lafuente (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Antónia Lopes (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Michele Loreti (University of Camerino, Italy)
Mieke Massink (CNR-ISTI, Italy)
Hernán Melgratti (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Maurizio Murgia (Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy)
Anna Philippou (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)
José Proença (Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal)
Violet Ka I Pun (Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway)
Barbara Re (University of Camerino, Italy)
Marjan Sirjani (Mälardalen University, Sweden)
Meng Sun (Peking University, China)
Carolyn Talcott (SRI International, USA)
Peter Thiemann (Universität Freiburg, Germany)
Mirko Viroli (University of Bologna, Italy)
Franco Zambonelli (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)

Artefact Evaluation Committee chair
Rumyana Neykova (Brunel University London, UK)

Artefact Evaluation Committee

Steering Committee
Gul Agha (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA)
Farhad Arbab (CWI and Leiden University, The Netherlands)
Simon Bliudze (INRIA Lille, France)
Laura Bocchi (University of Kent, UK)
Ferruccio Damiani (University of Turin, Italy)
Ornela Dardha (University of Glasgow, UK)
Wolfgang De Meuter (Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium)
Rocco De Nicola (IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy)
Giovanna di Marzo Serugendo (Université de Genève, Switzerland)
Tom Holvoet (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Jean-Marie Jacquet (University of Namur, Belgium)
Sung-Shik Jongmans (Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands)
Christine Julien (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
Eva Kühn (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
Alberto Lluch Lafuente (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Antónia Lopes (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Michele Loreti (Università di Camerino, Italy)
Mieke Massink (ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy) - chair
José Proença (CISTER, ISEP, Portugal)
Rosario Pugliese (Università di Firenze, Italy)
Marjan Sirjani (Mälardalen University, Sweden)
Carolyn Talcott (SRI International, California, USA)
Maurice ter Beek (CNR-ISTI, Italy)
Emilio Tuosto (Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy)
Vasco T. Vasconcelos (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Mirko Viroli (Università di Bologna, Italy)
Gianluigi Zavattaro (Università di Bologna, Italy)

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