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IIT.SRC 2017

 

 

 

Cesare Pautasso: Liquid Web Apps

(Faculty of Informatics, University of Lugano)

You are invited to meet a researcher focuses on building experimental systems to explore the intersection of model-driven software composition techniques, business process modelling languages, and autonomic/Cloud computing,
at the student research conference IIT.SRC 2017

April 27, 2017 at 8:45 am
in the Aula Magna

(room -1.61) FIIT STU in Bratislava, Ilkovičova 2

 

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The personal computing experience is changing. Users no longer run every application and store their data on a single computer. Instead they own and operate a complex multi-device ensemble made of desktop computers, laptops, phones, tables, watches, glasses and cars to accomplish their tasks and collectively manage their personal information. Existing approaches to achieve a liquid user experience whereby data and software can seamlessly flow between devices are starting to appear within the confines of proprietary platforms or may rely on centralized solutions, where data is stored in the Cloud, outside the control of the users producing and consuming it. In this talk we discuss how the open Web and emerging Web technologies can still play an important role to build next generation liquid Web applications.


Cesare Pautasso is an associate professor at the Faculty of Informatics at USI Lugano, Switzerland, where he leads the Architecture, Design and Web Information Systems Engineering research group. Previously he was a researcher at the IBM Zurich Research Lab and a senior researcher at ETH Zurich. His research interests cover Liquid Software Architecture, RESTful Business Process Management and Web Service Engineering. He was general chair of ICWE2016 and ECOWS2011, program co-chair of ICSOC2013, ECOWS2010, and Software Composition 2008. He started the Workshops on RESTful Design (WS-REST) at the WWW conference. He is co-editor of the IEEE Software Insight department. His latest book "Just send an email: anti-patterns for email-centric organizations" is available on LeanPub.