Keynoting ECSA 2011
I feel honored to keynote with the subject "What Does it Really Mean to be an Architect?" the 5th European Conference on Software Architecture (ECSA 2011) in Essen, Germany. The conference takes place from 13-16 September 2011 to discuss the latest research and experiences in software architecture.
The range of topics includes service and component architectures, quality attributes of software architectures, product line architectures, management of architectural decisions, and enterprise architecture. Workshops on traceability and dependencies in software architecture, as well as software architecture variability, provide further opportunities for in-depth discussion.
Each day, keynote speakers from academic and industrial backgrounds will discuss perspectives on current trends and challenges in software architecture. The other keynotes are:
- Interactive Ubiquitous Computing Systems (Albrecht Schmidt, University of Stuttgart)
- Software Analysis as a Service (Harald Gall, University of Zurich)
- Enterprise Architecture (Jörg Koletzki, E.ON IT GmbH)
- Software Performance Engineering in Dynamic Environments (Raffela Mirandola, Politecnico di Milano)
- Balancing Long-Term Research with Industrial Applicability (Magnus Larsson, ABB Corporate Research)
The detailed program and registration information can be found at http://www.ecsa2011.org
- register online before August 14th to take advantage of the early registration rates!
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