11th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2011)

Harbour of Pafos
Castle of Pafos
Petra tou romiou
Pafos sunset

June 20-24 2011, Paphos, Cyprus

Conference Schedule

You may download the program draft here.

Monday (June 20)

Multi-Dimensional Context-Aware Adaptation for Web Applications full-day from 9.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Breaks at 10.30 and 15.30 and Lunch at 12.30)
Jean Vanderdonckt and Vivian Genaro Motti
Engineering the Personal Social Semantic Web half-day afternoon from 14.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Break 15.30)
Fabian Abel and Geert-Jan Houben

Third International Workshop on Lightweight Composition on the Web (ComposableWeb 2011) full-day from 9.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Breaks at 10.30 and 15.30 and Lunch at 12.30)
First International Workshop on Search, Exploration and Navigation of Web Data Sources (ExploreWeb) full-day from 9.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Breaks at 10.30 and 15.30 and Lunch at 12.30)
2nd International Workshop on Enterprise Crowdsourcing half-day afternoon from 14.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Break at 15.30)

Tuesday (June 21)

Automating the Use of Web APIs through Lightweight Semantics full-day from 9.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Breaks at 10.30 and 15.30 and Lunch at 12.30)
Carlos Pedrinaci, Maria Maleshkova, Guillermo Álvaro Rey and Dong Liu
Improving Quality in Use of Web Applications in a Systematic Way half-day morning from 9.00 to 12.30 (Coffee Break at 10.30)
Luis Olsina and Philip Lew

7th Model-Driven Web Engineering Workshop (MDWE 2011) *
2nd International Workshop on Quality in Web Engineering (QWE 2011) *
The Web and Requirements Engineering (WeRE) *

*MDWE, QWE and WeRE workshops will be run as one consolidated workshop from 9.00 to 17.30 (Coffee Breaks at 10.30 and 15.30 and Lunch at 12.30).
PhD Symposium

Wednesday (June 22)
8:45 Opening Welcome
9:15 [Keynote] Dr. Stefano Ceri
Chair: Oscar Díaz
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Session: MASHUPS
Chair: Martin Gaedke
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Session: SEMANTIC WEB & SEARCH
Chair: Hiroshi Ishikawa
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Session: WEB SERVICES, SOA & REST (4)
Chair: In-Young Ko
16:00 Session: Demos I (Presentation)
Chair: Florian Daniel
16:00 Session: Posters I (Presentation)
Chair: Marco Winckler
20:00 Welcome Reception at Coral Beach Hotel - Terraces

Thursday (June 23)
9:00 Session: ADAPTATION
Chair: Gerti Kappel
9:00 Session: Demos I (Exhibitions)
9:00 Session: Posters I (Exhibitions)
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 [Keynote] Dr. Tim Furche
Chair: Sören Auer
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Session: WEB 2.0
Chair: Luis Olsina
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Session: WEB DEVELOPMENT
Chair: Daniel Schwabe
16:00 Session: Posters II (Presentation)
17:30 ISWE Member Meeting
20:30 Conference Banquet at Sea Crest Restaurant, Latchi

Friday (June 24)
Chair: Takehiro Tokuda
9:30 Session: Posters II (Exhibitions)
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Closing ceremony
12:30 Lunch

Wednesday (June 22)


  • Cinzia Cappiello, Florian Daniel, Agnes Koschmider, Maristella Matera and Matteo Picozzi. A Quality Model for Mashups
  • Prach Chaisatien, Korawit Prutsachainimmit and Tokuda Takehiro. Mobile Mashup Generator System for Cooperative Application of Different Mobile Devices
  • Cinzia Cappiello, Maristella Matera, Matteo Picozzi, Gabriele Sprega, Donato Barbagallo and Chiara Francalanci. DashMash: a Mashup Environment for End User Development


  • Luca Restagno, Vincent Akkermans, Giuseppe Rizzo and Antonio Servetti. A semantic web annotation tool for a web-based audio sequencer
  • Mauricio Henrique De Souza Bomfim and Daniel Schwabe. Design and Implementation of Linked Data Applications using SHDM and Synth
  • Adnan Abid and Marco Tagliasacchi. Multi-way Rank Join with Parallel Access


  • Ivan Zuzak, Ivan Budiselic and Goran Delac. Formal Modeling of RESTful Systems Using Finite-State Machines
  • Amal Alhosban, Khayyam Hashmi, Zaki Malik and Brahim Medjahed. Assessing Fault Occurrence Likelihood for Service-Oriented Systems
  • Hamdi Yahyaoui and Sami Zhioua. Bootstrapping Trust of Web Services based on Trust Patterns and Hidden Markov Model
  • Andreas Thor and Erhard Rahm. CloudFuice: A flexible Cloud-based Data Integration System


  • Matthias Heinrich and Martin Gaedke. WebSoDa: A Tailored Data Binding Framework for Web Programmers Leveraging the WebSocket Protocol and HTML5 Microdata
  • Davide Francesco Barbieri, Alessandro Bozzon, Marco Brambilla, Stefano Ceri, Chiara Pasini, Luca Tettamanti, Salvatore Vadacca, Riccardo Volonterio and Serge Zagorac. Exploratory Multi-domain Search on Web Data Sources with Liquid Queries
  • Christian Liebing, Marius Feldmann, Jan Mosig and Alexander Schill. Tool Support for a Hybrid Development Methodology of Service-based Interactive Applications


  • Alessandro Bozzon, Marco Brambilla, Laura Cigardi and Sara Comai. A Constraint Programming Approach to Automatic Layout Definition for Search Results
  • Alessandro Bozzon, Marco Brambilla, Luca Cioria, Piero Fraternali and Maristella Matera. Model-Based Dynamic and Adaptive Visualization for Multi-Domain Search Results
  • Christoph Trattner. NAVTAG - A Network-Theoretic Framework to Assess and Improve the Navigability of Tagging Systems
  • Evanthia Faliagka, Lefteris Kozanidis, Sofia Stamou, Athanasios Tsakalidis and Giannis Tzimas. A personality mining system for automated applicant ranking in online recruitment system
  • Enayat Rajabi and Mohsen Kahani. Designing a Step-by-step User Interface for Finding Provenance Information over Linked Data
  • Marcos Baez, Fabio Casati and Maurizio Marchese. Knowledge Spaces: Scientific Knowledge Meets the Web

Thursday (June 23)


  • Michael Nebeling and Moira Norrie. Architectural Support for Crowdsourced Adaptation of Web Interfaces
  • Morten Bohøj, Niels Olof Bouvin and Henrik Gammelmark. AdapForms: A Framework for Creating and Validating Adaptive Forms
  • Sergio Firmenich, Marco Winckler and Gustavo Rossi. A Framework for Concern-Sensitive, Client-Side Adaptation

WEB 2.0

  • Ilknur Celik and Fabian Abel. Learning Semantic Relationships between Entities in Twitter
  • Joni Radelaar, Aart-Jan Boor, Damir Vandic, Jan-Willem Van Dam, Frederik Hogenboom and Flavius Frasincar. Improving the Exploration of Tag Spaces Using Automated Tag Clustering
  • Fabian Abel, Samur Araujo, Qi Gao and Geert-Jan Houben. Analyzing Cross-System User Modeling on the Social Web


  • Bojana Bislimovska, Alessandro Bozzon, Marco Brambilla and Piero Fraternali. Graph-Based Search over Web Application Model Repositories
  • Philip Lew and Luis Olsina. Instantiating Web Quality Models in a Purposeful Way
  • George Papadakis, Ricardo Kawase, Eelco Herder and Claudia Niederée. A Layered Approach to Revisitation Prediction


  • Andrina Granic, Ivica Mitrovi and Nikola Maranguni. Development of the Evaluation Form for Expert Inspections of Web Portals
  • Rosa Romero Gómez, David Díez Cebollero, Susana Montero Moreno, Paloma Díaz Pérez and Ignacio Aedo Cuevas. Taxonomy for Rich-User-Interface Components: Towards a Systematic Development of RIAs
  • Jan Kasper Martinsen, Håkan Grahn and Anders Isberg. A Comparative Evaluation of JavaScript Execution Behavior
  • Irum Rauf and Ivan Porres. Validating Behavioral RESTful Interfaces using Semantic Web Technologies
  • Kevin Koidl, Owen Conlan and Vincent Wade. User-centric Cross-site Personalisation
  • Heiko Desruelle, Dieter Blomme and Frank Gielen. Adaptive Mobile Web Applications: A Quantitative Evaluation Approach

Friday (June 24)


  • Josip Maras, Maja Štula and Jan Carlson. Reusing Web Application User-Interface Controls
  • Shohei Yokoyama and Hiroshi Ishikawa. Parallel Distributed Rendering of HTML5 Canvas Elements
  • Kamara Benjamin, Gregor Bochmann, Mustafa Emre Dincturk, Guy-Vincent Jourdan and Iosif Viorel Onut. A Strategy for Efficient Crawling of Rich Internet Applications

* Instructions for poster/demo authors

Poster authors:
  • Presentation: authors will have 10’ to convey the main insights of their posters
  • Exhibition: PVC panels (1.20 x 1.00) will be provided for sticking your poster. Ideally posters should not exceed 1 meter in length
  • Please check the program to know exact date and location of your presentation/exhibition

Poster authors:
  • Presentation: authors will have 15’ to convey the main insights of their system during the session.
  • Exhibition: PVC panels, table, chairs and internet connection will be available at the demo room.
  • Please check the program to know exact date and location of your presentation/exhibition

PhD Symposium (June 21)
9:00 Welcome
9:15 Invited Talk (Sören Auer, Leipzig University)
9:45 Session "Web data engineering"
  • Katrin Braunschweig, Maik Thiele and Wolfgang Lehner. A Flexible Graph-Based Data Model Supporting Incremental Schema Design and Evolution
  • Peter Kalchgruber. ProLD: Propagate Linked Data
10:45 Coffee Break
11:00 Session "Web Application Engineering"
  • Philipp Katz. Causal Relation Detection for Activities from Heterogeneous Sources
  • Jakub Maly. XML Document Versioning, Revalidation and Constaints
  • Neil Mather and Samia Oussena. A Reuse-Oriented Product-Line Method for Enterprise Web Portals
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Invited Talk (Florian Daniel, Trento University)
14:30 Session "Web Service Engineering I"
  • Sergio Firmenich, Gustavo Rossi, Silvia Gordillo and Marco Winckler. A flexible architecture for Client-Side Adaptation>
  • Prach Chaisatien, Korawit Prutsachainimmit and Takehiro Tokuda. Applications of Mobile Application Interface Description Language MAIDL
  • Julian Eberius, Maik Thiele and Wolfgang Lehner. A Domain-Specific Language for Do-It-Yourself Analytical Mashups
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Session "Web Service Engineering II"
  • Ruslan Fayzrakhmanov. Information extraction from web pages based on their visual representation
  • Saeed Aghaee and Cesare Pautasso. End-User Programming for Web Mashups:Open Research Challenges


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