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Conference Programme Overview

 The Conference Programme includes a Scientific Programme, an Industrial Programme, a Social Programme as well as a range of Pre Conference Workshops.

 An overview of the conference activities can be found in the programme outline as well as a 'Day by day' information.

Scientific Programme

 The Scientific Programme will consist of plenary and parallel oral sessions as well as poster sessions, some with life demos. The oral sessions will be organized in the following tracks:

    1. Status Report on Projects
    2. Process Tuning, Automation and Synchronisation
    3. Security and Other Major Challenges
    4. Hardware Technology Evolution
    5. Software Technology Evolution
    6. Development Approaches
    7. Operational Issues
    8. Dealing with Evolution
 
Industrial Programme

 The Industrial Programme will consist of an exhibition complemented by a series of seminars and presentations which together will allow an exchange of information on existing products, future developments and the needs of researchers. The Exhibition is held on three days, Tuesday to Thursday, and the seminars and presentations will be held on all five conference days, Monday to Friday. Please refer to the "Industrial Programme Guide" for full details of the exhibitors and the seminars.

 
Social Programme

 A Social Programme consisting of a Welcome Reception, an Organ and Brass Concert, a Gala Dinner and a Technical Visit is offered to the conference participants and the accompanying persons. An attractive Companion Programme has also been prepared.

 
Pre & Pro Conference Workshops
 

 A range of Pre Conference Workshops and tutorials will be arranged in conjunction with the conference. These include an EPICS Workshop, an ACS Workshop, a TANGO Workshop, a Joint ECLIPSE Workshop and a Tutorial on "Model-driven Development of Distributed Systems".

 
 
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