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Congress Structure Sunday 22 August Tutorials for state-of-the-art and state-of-practice Workshops for on-going research Congress Structure Sunday 22 August Tutorials for state-of-the-art and state-of-practice Workshops for on-going research Plenary Keynote Addresses Monday 23 August To Thursday August 26 Friday 27 August Co-Located Topical Days Student Forum Conferences for high-level for accomplished results surveys and prospective views Workshops for on-going research doctoral research Exhibition for display of latest products and services

Congress Committees Congress Chair Jean-Claude Laprie, FR Programme Chair Reino Kurki-Suonio, FI Programme Vice-Chair Congress Committees Congress Chair Jean-Claude Laprie, FR Programme Chair Reino Kurki-Suonio, FI Programme Vice-Chair Michel Diaz, FR Partnership Chair Alain Costes, FR Local Organisation Chair Marie Dervillers, FR Publication Chair Leon Strous, NL Publicity Chair Karama Kanoun, FR Topical Day Chair. René Jacquart, FR Workshop Chair Michel Diaz, FR Tutorial Chair Ricardo Reis, BR Student Forum Chair Mohamed Kaâniche, FR Submission Handling Chair Jean-Charles Fabre, FR Ex-officio (IFIP President) Klaus Brunnstein, GE

Programme Committee Chair: Reino Kurki-Suonio, FI Vice-Chair: Michel Diaz, FR Algirdas Avizienis, LT Jacques Programme Committee Chair: Reino Kurki-Suonio, FI Vice-Chair: Michel Diaz, FR Algirdas Avizienis, LT Jacques Berleur, BE, TC 9 Peter Bollerslev, DK, HCE Max Bramer, UK, TC 12, AIAI Luis Camarinha-Matos, PT, PRO-VE Bernard Cornu, FR Yves Deswarte, FR, SEC Bernard Dubuisson, FR Olivier Gascuel, FR Marie-Claude Gaudel, FR René Jacquart, FR Mathai Joseph, IN Chandra Kintala, US Bernd Kleinjohann, DE, TC 10, DIPES Irena Lasiecka, US, TC 7 Jean-Jacques Levy, FR, TC 1, TCS Robert Meersman, BE, TC 2 Michele Morganti, IT Takashi Nanya, JP Gus Olling, US, TC 5 Philippe Palanque, FR, TC 13, HESSD Ramon Puigjaner, ES Jean-Jacques Quisquater, BE TC 8, CARDIS Ricardo Reis, BR Niko Schlamberger, SI Leon Strous, NL, TC 11 Volker Tschammer, GE, TC 6, I 3 E Jan Wibe, NO, TC 3

Local Organisation Committee Chair: Marie Dervillers Marie-Astrid Fourreau Loïc Marchi Joëlle Penavayre High Committee Local Organisation Committee Chair: Marie Dervillers Marie-Astrid Fourreau Loïc Marchi Joëlle Penavayre High Committee of Patronage § The European Commissioner for Research § The Mayor of Toulouse § The Minister of Economics, Finances and Industry § The Minister of Research § The President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Midi-Pyrénées Region § The President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Toulouse § The President of the Toulouse Metropolitan Area § The President of the Midi-Pyrénées Region

Support Committee § Marie-France Barthet, Director of Research and Technology for the Midi-Pyrénées Region Support Committee § Marie-France Barthet, Director of Research and Technology for the Midi-Pyrénées Region § Nicole Belloubet-Frier, Rector of the Toulouse Education Authority, Chancellor of the Universities § Yannick d’Escatha, President of CNES (National Space Agency) § Jean-Jacques Gagnepain, Director of Technology at the French Ministry of Research § Elisabeth Giacobino, Director of Research at the French Ministry of Research § Jean-Michel Hubert, Deputy President of the High Council of Information Technologies § Philippe Jurgensen, President and General Director of ANVAR (National Agency for Research Valorisation) § Michel Laurent, First Vice-President of the Conference of University Presidents § Gérard Roucairol, Scientific Director of the BULL Group § Jean Therme, Director of Technology Research of CEA (Atomic Energy Administration) § Jean-Marc Thomas, President of Airbus France § Dominique Vernay, Director of Research and Technology of the Thales Group § Pascal Viginier, Director of Research and Development of France Telecom

Publicity q Website (www. wcc 2004. org) § New version on-line since 4 February Publicity q Website (www. wcc 2004. org) § New version on-line since 4 February § More than 40, 000 visits § More than 4, 000 other web sites reference, and have a link to, the Congress site q Call for Contributions (30, 000 paper copies; messages to ~200, 000 addressees) q Flyer and Posters q Cube (5, 000) q Advertisements in IEEE Computer and in Communications of ACM § Call for Contributions: October issue of IEEE Computer; November, December, January, February, March issues of Communications of ACM § ‘Programme is set’ in May Issues q Programme-at-a-glance: on-line and downloadable since 9 April q Advance Programme § Planned to be available end of the month § Will be (pro-)actively advertised q 20 articles published in French newspapers or journals (including a special print of 30, 000 copies of ‘Toulouse passion’ by Air France)

Advertisement in IEEE Computer (October issue) and in Communications of ACM (Nov, Dec, Jan, Advertisement in IEEE Computer (October issue) and in Communications of ACM (Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, March issues) — back cover

Advertisement to appear in May issues of IEEE Computer and of Communications of ACM Advertisement to appear in May issues of IEEE Computer and of Communications of ACM — back covers

Subsidies and Partnerships q Subsidies § Notified: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Toulouse, Subsidies and Partnerships q Subsidies § Notified: Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Toulouse, City of Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées Regional Authority, Ministry of Research, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse Metropolitan Area § Pending notifications: CNES, Haute-Garonne Departmental Authority, CNRS, INRIA, Ministry of Industry, European Union q Partnership file § Available on the Web in English and in French § Paper version mailed to 400 companies and institutions, electronic version to 3, 500 q Partnerships § § Platinum, gold, silver, bronze Exhibition Partners’ forum Promotional inserts § …

Programme Overview Programme Overview

Programme Structure Programme Structure

Conferences q TCS: Theoretical Computer Science q TCS-Algorithms: Track 1 — Algorithms, Complexity and Conferences q TCS: Theoretical Computer Science q TCS-Algorithms: Track 1 — Algorithms, Complexity and Models of Computation q TCS-Logic: Track 2 — Logic, Semantics, Specification and Verification q SEC: Information Security § SEC. ISM: Information Security Management § SEC. ISE: Information Security Education § SEC. I-Net: Privacy and Aninimity in Networked and Distributed Systems q CARDIS: Smartcard Research and Advanced Applications q DIPES: Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems q AIAI: Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations § Symposium on Professional Practice in AI q HESSD: Human Error, Safety and System Development q PRO-VE: Virtual Enterprises q I 3 E: e-Commerce, e-Business, e-Government q HCE: History of Computing in Education

Paper Distribution — Conferences & Student Forum Subm TCS 177 Invited Panels Acad. Ind. Paper Distribution — Conferences & Student Forum Subm TCS 177 Invited Panels Acad. Ind. Ac-Ind 152 SEC Accept 35 1 27 5 SEC. ISM 6 1 6 SEC. ISE 8 2 8 SEC. I-Net 8 1 7 3 1 CARDIS 41 20 2 14 6 DIPES 53 32 1 27 3 2 AIAI 97 44 1 39 3 2 19 5 AIAI. Practice 42 HESSD 34 24 2 PRO-VE 112 61 2 1 49 6 6 I 3 E 82 27 2 1 25 1 1 HCE 32 21 1 19 2 Totals Selection 628 264 Totals (TCS not incl) 628 328 6 240 32 14 49 46 1 46 > 829 374 7 286 32 14 Student Forum Grand Totals 11 11

Geographic Distribution (45 countries) Conferences France Germany USA Brazil UK Australia Portugal Finland 35 Geographic Distribution (45 countries) Conferences France Germany USA Brazil UK Australia Portugal Finland 35 30 29 27 20 19 11 10 Spain Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland Canada Belgium, China, Poland Austria, India, Israel, Norway 8 7 6 4 3 Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Mexico, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Tunisia Algeria, Chile, Costa-Rica, Egypt, Estonia, Korea, New Zealand, Serbia-Montenegro, Taiwan, Ukraine 2 1 Student Forum France 14 India 4 Tunisia, USA 3 Brazil, Iran, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Russia, UK 2 Algeria, Australia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Serbia-Montenegro, South Africa 1

Schedule of Conferences and Student Forum Schedule of Conferences and Student Forum

Topical Days Top 1 Top 2 Top 3 Top 4 Top 5 Top 6 Topical Days Top 1 Top 2 Top 3 Top 4 Top 5 Top 6 Top 7 Top 8 Top 9 Top 10 Top 11 Top 12 Top 13 Top 14 Semantic Integration of Heterogeneous Data Virtual Realities and New Entertainment Fault Tolerance for Trustworthy and Dependable Information Infrastructures Abstract Interpretation Multimodal Interaction Computer Aided Inventing Emerging Tools and Techniques for Avionics Certification The Convergence of Bio- Info- and Nano-Technologies E-Learning Perspectives on Ambient Intelligence: Infrastructure, Governance, Applications and Ethics TRa. In: The Railway Infrastructure — A grand challenge for computing science: towards a domain theory for transportation Open Source Software in Dependable Systems Critical Infrastructures Protection Social Robots: Challenges for Machine Intelligence

Topical Day Schedule Topical Day Schedule

Workshops Ws 1 Grammar Systems Ws 2 Technology Enhanced Learning Ws 3 Certification and Workshops Ws 1 Grammar Systems Ws 2 Technology Enhanced Learning Ws 3 Certification and Security in inter-organizational e-services Ws 4 Formal Aspects in Security and Trust Ws 5 Edu. Tech Ws 6 Architecture Description Languages Ws 7 Broadband Satellite Communication Systems Ws 8 Challenges of Mobility Ws 9 High Performance Computational Science and Engineering Ws 10 International Summit on Computing Professionalism Ws 11 Prep-WITFOR 2005 Workshops

Tutorials Tut 1 Applications of Multi-Agent Systems Tut 2 Discrete-event simulation Tut 3 Service Tutorials Tut 1 Applications of Multi-Agent Systems Tut 2 Discrete-event simulation Tut 3 Service Oriented Computing Tut 4 Test and DFT of Mixed-Signal Circuits Tut 5 Software Rejuvenation - Modeling and Analysis Tut 6 Semantic Web Services Tut 7 Quality of Service in Information Networks Tut 8 Critical Systems Development with UML: Methods and Tools Tut 9 Interaction Design of Highly Automated Domain-Specific Systems Tut 10 Developing Portable Software Tut 11 Formal reasoning about systems, software and hardware Tut 12 Gene. Sy. S - an approach to distributed systems supervision

Schedule of Workshops and Tutorials Schedule of Workshops and Tutorials

Programme Highlights Programme Highlights

Social Events v Sunday, 22 August: Welcome Reception (check-in and dinner cocktail), La Mediathèque Social Events v Sunday, 22 August: Welcome Reception (check-in and dinner cocktail), La Mediathèque v Monday, 23 August: City Reception (cocktail), Le Capitole (city hall) v Tuesday, 24 August: Classical Ballet by ‘Ballet du Capitole’, La Halle aux Grains (concert hall of the Toulouse National Orchestra) v Wednesday, 25 August: Gala dinner, with a Toulouse-Lautrec inspired show

Registration fees Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP Registration fees Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP body (GA, TC, WG) 450 570 680 Non Member of an IFIP body 600 720 900 Students 300 380 450 Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP body (GA, TC, WG) 225 280 340 Non Member of an IFIP body 300 380 450 Students 150 190 225 Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP body (GA, TC, WG) 560 700 850 Non Member of an IFIP body 750 950 1125 Students 375 470 560 Congress (Monday to Thursday) Workshops (incl. 1 day congress) Congress & Workshops On-Site

Registration fees (cont’) Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an Registration fees (cont’) Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP body (GA, TC, WG) 170 210 250 Non Member of an IFIP body 225 280 340 Students 110 140 170 Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP body (GA, TC, WG) or student 150 200 250 Non Member of an IFIP body 180 240 300 Advance (before 30 June) Late (after 30 June) Member of an IFIP body (GA, TC, WG) or student 275 375 450 Non Member of an IFIP body 330 440 550 One day of congress Tutorials — Half-a-day Tutorials — Full day or two half-a-day (lunch included) On-Site

Next steps v Advance Programme distribution: end April - early May v Papers due Next steps v Advance Programme distribution: end April - early May v Papers due to proceedings editors: 30 April v Camera-ready proceedings volumes due to publisher: 21 May v Advance Registrations end: 30 June v Final Programme: July v Congress start: 22 August

As a matter of (provisional) conclusion The programme is set! It offers a wide As a matter of (provisional) conclusion The programme is set! It offers a wide variety of opportunities v 9 Co-Located Conferences (13 Tracks) whose topics range from theoretical informatics to the relationship between informatics and society, through hardware and software technologies, and nonfunctional aspects relating to our dependency on networked information systems v 14 Topical Days offering high-level surveys and prospective views on topics of dramatic interest for the emergence of Ambient Intelligence v 11 Workshops for on-going research that shapes and builds the Ambient Intelligence landscape v Student Forum for doctoral research presentation and interactions between students of differing environments and culture v 12 Tutorials for state-of-the-art and state-of-practice v Exhibition for display of latest products and services Toulouse possesses the right mix of qualities for making WCC 2004 a great success v Wide diversity of computing and communications activities, both in industry and in research or higher education v Strong involvement of local bodies v Friendly life style and a mild climate at that time of year v Prestigious sites for organising the social programme, a wide variety of places of interest, natural, historical and cultural sites, not to mention high quality, regional gastronomy F 22 -27 August 2004: Toulouse World Capital of Information and Communications Technologies and Sciences