Call for papers, tutorials, workshops -- ICFEM 2004, Seattle, USA

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From: "Hongjun Zheng" <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 2 Mar 2004 11:06:32 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP
Posted-Date: 02 Mar 2004 11:06:32 EST


Sixth International Conference on
Formal Engineering Methods (ICFEM 2004),
November 8-12, 2004, Seattle,USA

Important Dates:
      Submission of paper: 15th May 2004
      Notification of acceptance: 1st July 2004
      Final copy for Proceedings: 1st August 2004
      Conference: 8-12 November, 2004

Tutorials, Workshops:
      Submission of Proposals: 1 June 2004
      Acceptance notification: 30 June 2004

Formal engineering methods are changing the way that systems are
developed. With language and tool support, these methods are being
used for semi-automatic code generation, and for the automatic
abstraction and checking of implementations. In the future, they
will be used at every stage of development: requirements,
specification, design, implementation, testing, and documentation.

ICFEM 2004 aims to bring together those interested in the
application of formal engineering methods to computer systems.
Researchers and practitioners, from industry, academia, and government,
are encouraged to attend, and to help advance the state of the art.
We are interested in work that has been incorporated into real
production systems, and in theoretical work that promises to bring
practical, tangible benefit.

Any submissions whose content is relevant to the field of formal
engineering methods will be considered, but submissions whose subject
matter is related to one of the following themes will be
particularly welcome:

    * applications in
            o model-based development and code generation
            o testing and test-case generation
            o real-time, hybrid, and critical systems
            o service-based architectures
    * techniques for
            o verification and validation
            o model checking
            o theorem proving
            o automatic abstraction and refinement
    * links with
            o object modelling and the model-driven architecture
            o development methodologies
            o tool environments
            o emerging technologies

Since ICFEM addresses a heterogeneous audience, potential authors are
strongly encouraged to make their ideas as accessible as possible.
In addition, reports of case studies should have a conceptual message,
theory papers should have a clear link to application, and papers
tools should include an account of practical results. The ICFEM 2004
Committee selects original technical papers for publication in the
proceedings of the conference to be published by Springer in its
Lecturer Notes in Computer Science series.

Important Dates:
      Submission of paper: 15th May 2004
      Notification of acceptance: 1st July 2004
      Final copy for Proceedings: 1st August 2004
      Conference: 8-12 November, 2004


Conference Chair
Dines Bj°rner, DK

Program Co-Chairs
Jim Davies, UK
Wolfram Schulte, US

Local Organization
Mike Barnett, US

Satellite Event Chair
Hongjun Zheng, US

Program Committee
Adnan Aziz, US
Richard Banach, UK
Egon B÷rger, IT
Jonathan Bowen, UK
Manfred Broy, GE
Michael Butler, UK
Ana Cavalcanti, UK
Dan Craigen, CA
Jin Song Dong, SG
Matthew Dwyer, US
John Fitzgerald, UK
David Garlan, US
Thomas Jensen, FR
Jim Larus, US
Mark Lawford, CA
Huimin Lin, CH
Peter Lindsay, AU
Shaoying Liu, JP
Zhiming Liu, UK
Brendan Mahony, AU
Marc Frappier, CA
William Bradley Martin, US
David Notkin, US
Jeff Offutt, US
Harald Ruess, US
Augusto Sampaio, BR
Thomas Santen, GE
Doug Smith, US
Graeme Smith, AU
Paul A. Swatman, AU
Sofiene Tahar, CA
T.H. Tse, CH
Yi Wang, SE
Farn Wang, Taiwan
Jeannette Wing, US
Jim Woodcock, UK

Hongjun Zheng
Semantic Designs, Inc.
12636 Research Blvd, C214
Austin, TX 78759

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