quinta-feira, setembro 22, 2011

[Evento] 7th International Conference on Open Source System (OSS2011) em Salvador dias 5 a 8 de outubro de 2011 - Inscrições abertas

Nos dias 5 a 8 de outubro acontecerá em Salvador a 7th International Conference on Open Source System (OSS2011). 

A OSS é a Conferência Mundial de Software Livre da International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), uma das mais conceituadas sociedades científicas do planeta.

Não fique de fora acesse o site http://ossconf.org/.

                     Call for Participation


           7th International Conference on Open Source Systems

                5-8 October 2011 in Salvador, Brazil



Don't miss this opportunity to attend the most important academic and scientific
 on Free and Open Source Systems in the vibrant and culturally-rich city of
Salvador, in Brazil.

The conference will feature research paper presentations, doctoral consortium,
workshops, tutorials, panels, and social events with great opportunities to meet
researchers, practitioners, educators, and communities working around Free and
Open Source 

Important Dates
Early bird registration: September 10th
Doctoral consortium presentations: October 5th
Tutorial presentations: October 5th
Poster presentations:  October 5th
Panel presentations: October 6th
Research paper presentations: October 6th and 7th
Workshop presentations: October 8th

Keynote Speakers
Linda Northrop, Software Engineering Institute
- The Impact of Scale

James Herbsleb, Carnegie Mellon University
- From Openness to Transparency: The Role of Social Media in

Christiana Freitas (University of Brasilia) and
Corinto Meffe (Ministry of Planning, Brazil)
- The Brazilian Public Software

Research Papers
The main track (research) program will consist of 32 papers. The papers will be
presented in 10 sessions covering important and timely topics such as OSS
quality and reliability, OSS Products, Review of technologies of and for OSS,
Knowledge and research building in OSS, Industrial cases of studies
 on modelling
and health, OSS reuse, integration and compliance, Industrial perspectives on
OSS policy, OSS value and economics, OSS adoption in industry, and Mining OSS

Doctoral Consortium
The OSS doctoral consortium provides an environment in which PhD Students can
share and discuss their goals, methods and results of their research. During
the doctoral consortium students will give a presentation of their current
progress. The doctoral consortium provides students with feedback
 on their work
from other students and faculty members, allowing them to enhance their own
research proposal. OSS'2011 doctoral consortium will have 7 presentations of
PhD Students from Brazil, USA, and Finland.

Towards Sustainable 
Open Source An OSS 2012 Warm Up Event: October 8th
- Keynotes: Imed Hammouda and Bjorn Lundell

Technology Acquisition & Development with Open Source: October 8th
- Keynotes: Guy Martin and Aaron Lippold (Improving US Department of Defense)

Conference Registration
Registration fees include all technical sessions, conference materials,
refreshments, meals and receptions, doctoral consortium (October 5th), and
workshops (October 8th). The early registration deadline for discounted
fees is September 10th (more information: 

International attendees are advised to start the process for their registration
and application for a travel visa as soon as possible

Conference Organizers

General Chair
Scott Hissam, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon, US

Program Chair
Barbara Russo, Free University of Bozen - Bolzano, IT

Organizing Chairs
Fabio Kon, University of São Paulo, BR
Manoel G. de Mendonça Neto, Federal University of Bahia, BR

Proceedings Chairs
Bruno Rossi, Free University of Bozen - Bolzano, IT
Imed Hammouda, Tampere University of Technology, FI

Industry Chairs
Rafael Prikladnicki, PUC-RS, BR
Stefano De Panfilis, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, IT

Doctoral Consortium Chairs
Alberto Sillitti, Free University of Bozen - Bolzano, IT
Charles M. Schweik, University of Massachusetts, US
Paula Bach, Microsoft, US

Publicity & Social Media Chair
Greg Madey, University of Notre Dame, US

Workshops Chair
Roberto Di Cosmo, University of Paris, FR

Tutorial Chairs
Hyrum Wright, University of Texas at Austin, US
Stefan Koch, Bogazici University, TR

Panels Chairs
Jay Kesan, University of Illinois, US
John Noll, University of Limerick, US
Marcos Sfair Sunyé, Federal University of Paraná, BR


At 2:15 AM, Blogger Artus said...

Evento pequeno e caro. Não vai trazer nenhum ícone do software livre, nem alguma empresa que esteja investindo pesado no mesmo.

Sinceramente, não vejo muitos ganhos neste evento.


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