4th International Workshop on Service- and Process-Oriented Software Engineering

Event Overview | Workshop Details | Speaker Profiles

Event Details

Date: September 21-25, 2009
Venue: Bangalore, India


Event Overview
Service- and Process-Oriented Software Engineering (SOPOSE) is an international workshop series. It is held in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2009). The event is dedicated to build a community of researchers and practitioners that focuses on the relationship between service and process oriented approaches to software engineering. They will discuss new and practical approaches to support the entire service and process management lifecycles.


Workshop Details
Infosys' Dr. Srinivas Padmanabhuni will chair a workshop at SOPOSE 2009. The research topics that will be addressed at the workshop include (but are not limited to):

  • Process/Service
  1. Modeling
  2. Description (and standards thereof)
  3. Identification
  4. Design Methodologies (Granularity)
  5. Composition
  6. Semantics
  7. Publication
  1. Discovery
  2. Dynamic Service Binding
  3. Evolution and Versioning
  4. Realization from Legacy
  5. Relation to Middleware and EAI
  6. Compliance Management
  7. Project Management
  1. Cost Estimation
  2. Testing
  3. Lifecycle Management
  4. Portfolio Management
  5. Software Reuse
  6. Relation to Component Models
  • Software Engineering Topics for Interplay of SOA and BPM
  1. Service Interfaces for BPM Models
  2. Composite Applications
  3. Service Orchestration
  4. Adaptation in Business Processes
  5. Adaptive Services
  1. Process and Service Level QoS
  2. BPM/SOA and relation to EA Formalisms
  3. Role of Rules in BPM/SOA
  4. Adoption of SOA/BPM Approaches in Legacy Environments
  • Relation to Existing Software Engineering Approaches
  1. SOA and MDA
  2. SOA and CORBA
  3. SOA, BPM and Agile Methodologies
  4. BPM and Requirements Gathering
  • The Implications of Current and Future Standardization Efforts
  • Tool Support
  • Other Service/Process Governance Issues


Speaker Profile
Dr. Srinivas Padmanabhuni, Principal Researcher and Head - Infosys Labs (formerly SETLabs), Infosys Technologies
Dr. Padmanabhuni’s areas of interest include Web Services, Service-Oriented Architecture, grid technologies, intelligent agents and enterprise architecture.

Dr. Sudeep Mallick, Senior Technical Architect and Researcher, SOA Center of Excellence, Infosys Labs (formerly SETLabs), Infosys' Research group
Dr. Mallick has several publications in international journals and conferences to his credit on service oriented computing, software engineering and enterprise architecture. He is also the author of a book on Enterprise IT Architecture.

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