IEEE ICAC held in Würzburg with 130 participants22.07.2016
The 13th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing took place in Würzburg from July 18th to July 22nd, 2016 and has been organized by the Chair of Software Engineering (Informatik II) with Prof. Samuel Kounev serving as General Chair.
The 13th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing has been attended by 130 participants from 24 different countries and 82 organizations spread around the world. More than one third of the participants came from industry.
In cooperation with USENIX, SPEC and VDE ITG and Sponsors SAP, Huawei, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Google, Microsoft, IBM
The conference program is available at
* Prof. Betty HC Cheng:
Addressing Assurance for Self-Adaptive Systems in the Face of Uncertainty
* Prof. Karl H. Johansson:
Cyber-physical control of road freight transport
* Dr. Yixin Diao:
Building Autonomic Systems for IT Service Management
* Prof. Klaus Schilling:
ROSETTA: the challenge of escorting a comet and landing on its surface
Details can be found at http://icac2016.uni-wuerzburg.de/program/key-notes/
* 2nd Workshop on Distributed Adaptive Systems (DAS 2016)
* 3rd Workshop on Self-Improving System Integration (SISSY 2016)
* 11th Workshop on Models@run.time (MRT 2016)
* 11th Workshop on Feedback Computing (FC 2016)
* 1st Workshop on Self Organizing Self Managing Clouds (SOSeMC 2016)
* Annual Meeting of the SPEC RG DevOps Performance Working Group
Details can be found at icac2016.uni-wuerzburg.de/workshops/
ICAC is the leading conference on autonomic computing techniques, foundations, and applications. Large-scale systems of all types, such as data centers, computer clouds, smart cities, cyber-physical systems, sensor networks, and embedded or pervasive environments, are becoming increasingly complex and burdensome for people to manage. Autonomic computing systems reduce this burden by managing their own behavior in accordance with high-level goals. In autonomic systems, resources and applications are managed to maximize performance and minimize cost, while maintaining predictable and reliable behavior in the face of varying workloads, failures, and malicious threats. Achieving self-management requires and motivates research that spans a wide variety of scientific and engineering disciplines, including distributed systems, artificial intelligence, machine learning, modeling, control theory, optimization, planning, decision theory, user interface design, data management, software engineering, emergent behavior analysis, and bio-inspired computing. ICAC brings together researchers and practitioners from disparate disciplines, application domains and perspectives, enabling them to discover and share underlying commonalities in their approaches to making resources, applications and systems more autonomic.
Conference web site: http://icac2016.uni-wuerzburg.de
Call for papers: http://icac2016.uni-wuerzburg.de/calls/call-for-papers/