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Web Engineers and researchers


Miramar Palace, San Sebastian, Spain


09:00 del Wednesday 24 de June de 2009


14:00 del Friday 26 de June de 2009



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ICWE 2009: 9th International Conference on Web Engineering

The Ninth International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2009) will be held in June 2009 in San Sebastian, Spain. ICWE 2009 aims at promoting practical and scientific excellence on Web Engineering and at bringing together practitioners, and researchers working in technologies, methodologies, tools, and techniques used to develop and maintain Web-based applications leading to better applications and systems, and thus to enabling and improving the dissemination and use of content and services through the Web.

The topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
    * Collaborative Web application development
    * Programming models for Web application development
    * Component-based Web Engineering
    * Web services-based applications
    * Service discovery and choreography
    * Infrastructure and models for service delivery over the Web
    * Rich Internet Applications
    * Web architectures and application frameworks
    * Web centric architectures for enterprise computing
    * Semantic Web Engineering
    * Hypertext models and their application on the Web
    * Reuse and integration
    * Web design patterns and pattern mining
    * Web content management
    * Web personalization
    * Adaptive Web applications
    * Web quality and Web metrics
    * Web usability and accessibility
    * Testing and evaluation of Web systems and applications
    * Deployment of Web applications
    * Performance modeling, monitoring and evaluation
    * Localization and internationalization of Web applications
    * Social Web applications
    * Empirical Web Engineering
    * Mobile Web application development and
       Device-independent Web delivery
    * Domain-specific approaches for Web-based applications and 
    * Migration towards Web 2.0
    * Model-driven reengineering of Web applications
    * Model-driven development in the Web domain
    * Requirement Engineering in the Web domain
    * Tool Enviroment in the Web domain