IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Date: October 1st 2004

Notification of Acceptance: October 10th 2004

Workshop Date: October 27th 2004

 

 

Organizing Committee

Monica Scannapieco
Universita’ di Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy

Paola Velardi
Universita’ di Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy

Hervé Panetto
Université Henri Poincaré Nancy I, France

Martin Zelm,
CIMOSA Association, Germany

Program Committee

Tiziana Catarci
Universita’ di Roma “La Sapienza”,Italy

Hervé Panetto
Université Henri Poincaré Nancy I, France

Martin Zelm,
CIMOSA Association, Germany

Giuseppe Berio
University of Torino, Italy

Frank Walter Jaekel
IPK, Germany

David Chen
University of Bordeaux, France

Thomas Deproix
Graisoft, France

Michele Missikoff
CNR-IASI, Italy

Nacer Boudjlida
University Henri Poincaré Nancy I, France

Arne Berre
SINTEF, Norway

Colin Piddington
Cimmedia, United Kingdom

Maria-Jose Nunez
Aidima, Spain

Richard Stevens
Gruppo Formula, Italy

 

 

 

Interoperability Research for Networked Enterprises Applications and Software Network of Excellence

1st INTEROP NoE Dissemination Workshop

in conjunction with On The Move Federated Conferences 2004 (OTM 2004)

Cyprus , October 27 th 2004

 

The 1st INTEROP workshop is a forum where research results on interoperability issues, achieved by the INTEROP Network of Excellence, will be presented and discussed. The interoperability in enterprise applications can be defined as the ability of enterprise software and applications to interact. The possibility to interact and exchange information with internal and external collaborators is one of the most important preoccupations of each enterprise. It is indispensable in order to produce goods and services more quickly, at lower cost, while maintaining higher levels of quality and customisation. The interoperability is considered to be achieved if the interaction can, at least, take place at the three levels: data, applications and business enterprise through the architecture of the enterprise model and taking into account the semantics. It is not only a problem of software and IT technologies. It implies support of communication and transactions between different organisations that must be based on shared business references.
Results that are related to the “integration” of the possible perspectives on interoperability, namely architectures, enterprise modelling and ontologies, will be favoured.

The following non-restrictive list is given to illustrate items of particular interest for the INTEROP Dissemination workshop.

 

  • Data models and languages in Ontologies, Architectures and Enterprise Modelling
  • Process models and languages in Ontologies, Architectures and Enterprise Modelling
  • New architectural paradigms for interoperability, e.g. service oriented architecture, grid computing, model-driven architecture
  • Ontology issues in interoperability
  • UEML for Process models interoperability
  • Case studies on integration of Ontologies, Architectures and Enterprise Modelling

 

 

 

Joint Research Activities (JRA) workpackages are the main actors of this workshop. Each JRA workspace leader is required to coordinate the submission a one page abstract and one presentation, from partners of their workpackage.

All submissions must be in English, following the INTEROP template format (download the .ppt template). They must be emailed to Monica Scannapieco at monscan@dis.uniroma1.it .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Update: 30 July, 2004