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e-Science 2010 : e-Science 2010

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Link: http://www.dcc.ufrj.br/~escience/
 
When Jul 20, 2010 - Jul 23, 2010
Where Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Submission Deadline Mar 8, 2010
Notification Due Apr 19, 2010
Final Version Due May 17, 2010
Categories    computer science   e-science   web
 

Call For Papers

IV e-Science Workshop
http://www.dcc.ufjr.br/~escience

(in conjunction with CSBC 2010)
Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil
July 2010

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IMPORTANT DATES
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Deadline for submissions (full papers and posters): March 8th, 2010
Notification of acceptance: April 19th, 2010
Camera ready due: May 17th, 2010

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MOTIVATION
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Over the past decades, we have seen a revolution in the way science
and engineering has been conducted. Specially, computation became an
established third brand of science alongside theory and experiment.
Scientists now need to access and exploit computational resources and
databases that are geographically distributed through the use of high
speed networks. Those resources must be modeled and managed in a
similar way we model software development and data through software
engineering processes and database techniques. In order to attack the
next generation of scientific problems, multidisciplinary and
distributed teams of scientists need to collaborate to make progress
on these new challenges.

Current advances in Software Engineering and Database research,
including ontologies, scientific process/workflow modeling, semantic
web services, software component management, grid computing, resource
modeling, process and data provenance, data curation, among others can
help to address these challenges. Several national and international
projects around the world have been initiated to carry out research
and innovation activities that will transform the goal of e-Science
and Grid computing into a reality.

The IV e-Science workshop aims at bringing together recent
developments in databases and software engineering towards a
computerized infrastructure to accomplish science in the large,
supporting the next generation of scientific research and experiments.
The definition, execution and management of scientific experiments can
no longer be developed in an ad-hoc manner. The topic of e-science or
cyberinfrastructure is part of the “Grand Challenges in Computer
Science Research in Brazil – 2006 – 2016” report from the
Brazilian Computer Society.

This workshop serves as a forum to present, discuss and establish new
partnership among scientists that participate in research and
product/tool developments, and highlights related activities from the
Brazilian and international community. The first three versions of the
event were co-located with SBBD/SBES, and showed that there is an
interesting audience on the theme. New projects are taking place,
based on partnerships on the database and software engineering area.
In this forth edition, we would like to extend the possible fields of
collaborations to other areas of Computer Science that have much to
contribute to e-Science.

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TOPICS OF INTEREST
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The topics of interest of the workshop include (but are not limited to):

- e-Science and Grid applications
- e-Science workflow management
- Ontologies and databases for e-Science
- Data and process provenance
- Collaborative Science Models and Techniques
- Data Access Management
- Virtual e-Science Organizations
- Service-Oriented Grid Architectures
- Grid economy and Business Models
- Autonomic, Real-Time and Self-Organizing Grids
- Web semantics for e-Science
- Enabling Technologies for e-Science: Internet and Web Services
- e-Science Experimentation Environments
- Experimentation processes for science in large scale
- Scientific Knowledge Management applied to science in large scale
- Arts, Humanities and e-Social Science
- Bioinformatics and Health
- Physical Sciences and Engineering
- Climate & Earth Sciences

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
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The workshop will accept submissions of technical papers and posters
written in either English or Portuguese. Technical papers must not
exceed 8 pages, and posters must not exceed 4 pages. Papers and
posters should be formatted according to the Brazilian Computer
Society paper format. All papers and posters must be submitted using
the JEMS conference system.

The technical papers and posters will be reviewed according to the
following criteria: adequacy to the workshop scope, relevance,
technical quality, clarity, and originality. Technical papers
describing preliminary work and ongoing research are also eligible.
Assessment of results is desirable but not a pre-condition for the
submission of the paper. All technical papers must present related
work. Technical papers and posters will be peer reviewed according to
recommendations of the committee.

Selected technical papers will be orally presented during the workshop
and published on the conference CD. Authors must prepare a poster that
will be presented during the poster section.

Selected posters will be presented during a poster section in the
event and published on the conference CD. Authors should be available
to discuss them with the audience during the poster section.

Submission site: https://submissoes.sbc.org.br



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WORKSHOP CHAIRS
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Vanessa Braganholo
DCC/UFRJ
braganholo@dcc.ufrj.br

Jonice Oliveira
DCC/UFRJ
jonice@dcc.ufrj.br

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STEERING COMMITTEE
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Fernanda Campos – UFJF
Jonice Oliveira - DCC/UFRJ
Leonardo Murta - IC/UFF
Maria Claudia Cavalcanti - IME
Marta Mattoso – COPPE/UFRJ
Vanessa Braganholo - DCC/UFRJ

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