Call for Industry Papers
|Industry paper submission:
||Monday, November 6, 2006
||Wednesday, December 6, 2006
||March 14-16, 2007
The AOSD.07 conference invites high-quality papers reporting on the use of
aspect-orientation in industrial settings. Industry papers provide an
opportunity for industry leaders in applying AOP and AOSD to share their
experiences with each other and the rest of the community.
Are you developing tools to support AOSD, or do you have experience applying
aspect-oriented techniques to a commercial project, product, or open source
solution? What problems did you tackle with AOSD, and what were the results?
How did your colleagues who were unfamiliar with AOSD respond? What level of
adoption has AOSD reached within your organisation or among your users and
customers? What technical, organizational and business issues did you face?
What are the main challenges facing industrial adoption of AOSD? What
priorities do you believe the community should address?
Industry papers form an important part of the AOSD conference. They not only
bring together leaders in industrial use of AOSD, they also inform
researchers about the key problems facing current users.
The Industry track at AOSD has been evolving as industrial use of aspects grows.
See the Industry Track Proceedings from 2006 for examples of Industry Track papers.
Industry papers should be submitted to email@example.com. The Industry
Program Committee will evaluate the submissions,and may contact you as
part of the review process. Therefore, your
submission must name a primary contact including postal address, telephone
and fax numbers, and email address.
Submitting a paper well in advance of the deadline will allow the committee
to provide early feedback that can help improve the paper.
Authors of accepted papers will be asked to give a 30-minute presentation at
the AOSD conference. The audience will include experts from both industry
and academia. Accepted submissions will also be posted on aosd.net.
Industry papers should be 3-10 pages in length, including an abstract not to
exceed 300 words. The authors' names, affiliations and e-mail addresses must
be clearly stated on the first page.
A references section should list all publications that have been referenced
in the report, and references should be complete and consistent in style.
References to resources only available via the Internet should mention a
valid URL and site name or project name. It is not a requirement to follow
the research paper submission guidelines, though you may do so if
convenient. A single column layout is acceptable if this better suits your
Please send submissions and any related questions directly to the Industry
Program Chair, Gregor Kiczales, at industryaosd.net.
Industry Program Committee
- Andy Clement, IBM
- Gregor Kiczales, University of British Columbia
- Ramnivas Laddad, Interface21
- Olaf Spinczyk, Friedrich-Alexander University
- Dean Wampler, Object Mentor, Inc.
- Lodewijk Bergmans, University of Twente
- Ron DiFrango, CapTech Ventures, Inc.
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