[Beowulf] OTM 2007 Call for Participation

Zahir Tari zahir.tari at rmit.edu.au
Tue Oct 9 23:05:36 EDT 2007


*** Our apologies if you have received this more than once ***

This is to let you know that the selection process for the OTM 2007  
Federated event just finished. This event will be held in Algarve  
(Portugal) during the period of 25-30 November 2007, and it involves  
the following major conferences:
      - International Symposium on Distributed Objects and  
Applications (DOA'07)
      - International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems  
(CoopIS'07)
      - International Symposium on Grid computing, high-performAnce  
and Distributed Applications (GADA'07)
      - International Conference on Ontologies, Databases and  
Applications of Semantics (ODBASE'07)
      - International Symposium on Information Security (IS'07)

We are proud to announce you the four exceptional keynote speakers  
for the OTM 2007 event:
      - Donald Ferguson (Microsoft) on "The Internet Service Bus"
      - Mark Little (Red Hat) on "Transaction Processing in a Service  
Oriented Architecture"
      - York Sure (SAP) on "Towards the next Generation Value Networks"
      - Dennis Gannon (Indiana University) on "A Service Architecture  
for eScience Grid Gateways"
      - Whitfield Diffie (Sun Microsystems) on "Cryptography: Past,  
Present and Future"

Details about the list of accepted papers can be found at
     http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/index.html?page=accepted

In additional to the conferences, OTM 2007 is also running workshops  
covering various topics (e.g. agents in web services, privacy,  
context-aware mobile services...).

Hope to see you at OTM 2007 in Portugal! For any information, please  
send us an e-mail to fedconf at cs.rmit.edu.au

Regards,

Zahir [Tari] & Robert [Meersman]
-- OTM 2007 General Co-Chairs
-- http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/
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