May 17, 2017 / University of Bonn

4th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students

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May 17, 2017 / University of Bonn

4th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students

Submit Now

May 17, 2017 / University of Bonn

4th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students

Submit Now

About

CSCUBS is organized by PhD- and MSc-Students and aims to promote research in computer science and scientific exchange among students. The participation of researchers and practitioners of the field is also encouraged.

The 4th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students (CSCUBS):
  • For new research or development related to Computer Science, including University projects, theses, and outcomes of other professional activities.
  • Promotes scientific exchange among students.
  • Peer-reviewed.
  • Online publication of accepted papers.

  • The 4th Conference will be held on May 17, 2017 (Dies Academicus) at the University of Bonn. CSCUBS intends to provide the ability to connect with each other and engage in discussions about the participants’ respective research and development, and also to establish opportunities for knowledge and technology sharing. Submissions to CSCUBS should describe new research or development related to Computer Science, including University projects, theses, and outcomes of other professional or leisure activities.

    We welcome submissions from all areas of Computer Science (in English or German).

    Prizes and awards:

    • best paper (250 €)
    • best poster (150 €)
    • best lightning talk (100 €)

    Please submit via:
    https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cscubs2017.
    and follow the formatting instructions given at:
    http://cscubs.cs.uni-bonn.de/2017/index.html#submit

    Contact

    General Chair: Ioanna Lytra
    Program Chair: Gezim Sejdiu, Mohnish Dubey
    E-Mail: cscubs-chairs@lists.iai.uni-bonn.de.
    Homepage: http://cscubs.cs.uni-bonn.de/2017

    More info on Call for Papers

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    Important dates

    Submission Deadline Extended
    • Submission Deadline: (April 14) April 26, 2017 (Wednesday CEST 23:59).
    • Acceptance Notification: (April 28) May 9, 2017 (Tuesday CEST 23:59).
    • Submission of Final Version: May 12, 2017 (Friday CEST 23:59).
    • Presentation at CSCUBS: May 17, 2017 (Wednesday CEST 9:00).

    Submissions

    We welcome submissions from all areas of Computer Science. You can choose one or more of the following formats:

    • Posters (A1 format)
    • Short Papers (4-6 pages)
    • Full Papers (10-12 pages)
    • Lightning Talks (2-3 min talks without slides)

    Your submission may be based on seminars, labs, your thesis or a side project. While submissions in English are strongly encouraged, submissions in German are accepted as well. Submissions will undergo a peer review process that is coordinated by the program committee. The accepted papers are going to be published online.

    Please use the EasyChair system to make your submission. For anything except posters and slides, please strictly adhere to the following document template for writing:

    Every Student is invited to submit one or more of these formats: Posters, Demo Programs, Long Papers, Short Papers, Lightning Talks

    Examples of how to write papers :


    Important for PhD Students

    For PhD students (including students who are about to start a PhD) we are organising a dedicated poster and networking session. This will require a 2-page abstract on the topic of your PhD. Accepted submissions will be presented as A1 posters.

    In this poster session you will be able to network with other PhD students as well as identifying potential synergies.

    Committees

    Organization Committee
    Ioanna Lytra General chair
    Gezim Sejdiu Program chair
    Mohnish Dubey Program co-chair
    Said Abdelmaged Publicity chair
    Isaiah Mulang Publicity co-chair
    Christian Hemminghaus Local host
    Yvonne Omlor Sponsoring chair
    Gezim Sejdiu Webmaster
    Pascal Welke Proceedings chair
    Christoph Lange Senior Advisor
    Fabrizio Orlandi Senior Advisor

    Program Committee
    Joerg Unbehauen                    University of Leipzig
    Tommaso Soru University of Leipzig
    Mohamed Mami Fraunhofer IAIS
    Najmeh Mousavi University of Bonn
    Lavdim Halilaj Fraunhofer IAIS
    Kay Mueller University of Leipzig
    Diego Esteves University of Bonn
    Harsh Thakkar University of Bonn
    Diego Moussallem University of Leipzig
    André Valdestilhas University of Leipzig
    Fathoni Musyaffa University of Bonn
    Dr. Hamed Shariat Yazdi University of Bonn
    Dr. Christian Mader Fraunhofer IAIS
    Gustavo Publio University of Leipzig
    Diego Collarana University of Bonn
    Konrad Höffner University of Leipzig
    Afshin Sadeghi University of Bonn
    Kuldeep Singh Fraunhofer IAIS

    Sponsorship Packages

    Bronze - 100€
    • Your logo and short company description in the Sponsors section on the website and at the conference venue.
    Silver - 250€
    • Bronze + next points.
    • You can send company poster to put up at the conference venue.
    • You can send flyers/goodies to be distributed to participants.
    Gold - 500€
    • Silver + next points.
    • You can send company poster to put up at the conference venue.
    • You can set up a booth/stand at the conference venue.
    Platinum - 1000€
    • Gold + next points.
    • You can introduce your company to the audience by giving a short talk.
    • Largest logo.

    If your company is interested in becoming a sponsor for 4th Computer Science Conference for University of Bonn Students, please contact Yvonne Omlor at o...@cs.uni-bonn.de

    Sponsors

    Speakers

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    Program

    Abstract : Service-oriented computing is a key enabler for major trends such as cloud computing, Internet of things, and digital transformation. About a decade after the first wave of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts reached a plateau of maturity, microservices are currently emerging as a state-of-the-art implementation approach to SOA that leverages recent advances in software engineering such as domain-driven design, continuous delivery and deployment automation. However, (micro-)service interface design remains a challenge due to the fallacies of distributed computing. Service designers seek design guidance and reusable architectural knowledge for this problem domain.This presentation first derives the principles and patterns defining the SOA style from an industrial case study. Next, it establishes seven corresponding microservices tenets. The presentation then reports on the ongoing compilation of a service design pattern catalog and discusses tool support for pattern selection and other architectural decisions. It concludes with a reflection on research challenges and problems in service-oriented computing, potential contributions from other fields, as well as general lessons learned from industrial and academic projects. [Slides]

     

    Short CV:

    Prof. Dr. Olaf Zimmermann is a professor and institute partner at the Institute for Software at the University of Applied Sciences (HSR FHO) in Rapperswil, Switzerland. His areas of interest include Web-based application and integration architectures, SOA and cloud design, and architectural knowledge management. Previously, Olaf was a senior principal scientist at ABB Corporate Research and a research staff member and executive IT architect at IBM Research who investigated the role of architectural decisions in the design process. From 1999-2005, Zimmermann worked as a solution architect and consultant, helping international clients in multiple industries build enterprise-scale SOA/Web services and Java Enterprise Edition solutions on professional services projects. In the beginning of his career, he was a scientific consultant and developer in the IBM European Networking Center (ENC) in Heidelberg, Germany, focusing on industry-specific middleware frameworks for systems and network management. Zimmermann is a certified The Open Group Distinguished (Chief/Lead) IT Architect and a member of the editorial board of IEEE Software. He is a regular conference speaker and instructor. He also is an author of Perspectives on Web Services (Springer, 2003) and contributed to several IBM Redbooks, including the first one on Eclipse and Web services (2001).

    Abstract: In recent years a number of large-scale triple-oriented knowledge graphs have been generated. They are being used in research and in applications to support search, text understanding and question answering. Knowledge graphs pose new challenges for machine learning, and research groups have developed novel statistical models that can be used to compress knowledge graphs, to derive implicit facts, to detect errors, and to support the above mentioned applications. Some of the most successful statistical models are based on tensor decompositions that use latent representations of the involved generalized entities. In my talk I will introduce knowledge graphs and approaches to learning with knowledge graphs. I will discuss how knowledge graphs can be related to cognitive semantic memory, episodic memory and perception. Finally I will address the question if knowledge graphs and their statistical models might also provide insight into the brain's memory system.

     

    Short CV:

    I received a Diploma degree in physics from the University of Göttingen in 1984 and M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees from Yale University in 1986 and 1989, respectively. During my Ph.D., I worked in the Image Processing and Analysis Group (IPAG) at Yale. In 1990, I joined Siemens where I have been heading various research teams in machine learning. In 1994 I was a visiting scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Center for Biological and Computational Learning. Each summer I give a lecture on machine learning and data mining (since 2003). Lecture Material can be found here (under construction). In 2011 I was appointed professor in informatics at the LMU (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich).

    Each student of the University of Bonn is eligible to give a 2-3 min talk without slides. Interested students in giving lightning talks can sign up in the registration at 9:00-10:00.

    We also have 100€ for the best lighting talk.

    Event Location

    Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology
    Dahlmannstraße 2
    53113 Bonn

    How to get to the Conference Venue (from Bonn Central Railway Station - Bonn Hauptbahnhof)

    - go to the underground below Bonn Central Railway Station (Bonn Hauptbahnhof)

    - take underground lines 16 or 63, (destination: Bad Godesberg) or underground lines 66 or 68 (destination: Bad Honnef or Ramersdorf)

    - get off at station "Heussallee/Museumsmeile"

    - proceed to exit "Welckerstraße"

    For more details on how to reach the venue, please visit the B-IT website.
    Attendance: Please register here to confirm your attendance, so we know how much food to order!

    Previous Conferences

    CSCUBS 2016
    CSCUBS 2015
    CSCUBS 2014