|Start||End||Monday, December 1, 2008|
|9h00||10h30||Session 1: Presentations (Session chair: Rick Schantz)|
|30'||Reliable Framework for RFID Devices (Nova Ahmed, Umakishore Ramachandran)|
|30'||Optimistic Parallelization Support for Event Stream Processing Systems (Andrey Brito)|
|30'||TimeAdapt: Timely Execution of Dynamic Software Reconfigurations (Serena Fritsch, Siobhan Clarke)|
|11h00||12h30||Session 2: Presentations (Session chair: Sam Michiels)|
|30'||Designing Middleware for Context Awareness in Agriculture (Kristian Ellebæk Kjær)|
|30'||To Happen or not to Happen - Towards an Open Distributed Complex Event Processing System (Jarle Søberg, Vera Goebel, Thomas Plagemann)|
|30'||A Dynamic OSGi-based Data Stream System (Bernhard Wolf, Martin Rosjat)|
|12h30||14h00||Lunch: Salons Georges|
|14h00||15h30||Session 3: Training on how to give scientific presentations (Part 1)|
|90'||From Research to Reality: Effective Presentations (by Jan Van der Vurst)
In this interactive training, you will learn how to convince your audience of your most brilliant research ideas.
Jan Van der Vurst is founder of Kenaz, a training agency geared towards increased performance of organisations and individuals within these organisations. He received his Master in Adult Education from K.U.Leuven (Belgium) and a PhD from Utrecht University (The Netherlands). He has taken extensive postgraduate training in behavioural and attitude change methods, both in Europe and the US. As a specialist in leadership development, Jan Van der Vurst worked as a trainer and consultant for major international companies throughout Europe, North America and Asia, since 1985.
|16h00||17h15||Session 4: Training on how to give scientific presentations (Part 2)|
|75'||From Research to Reality: Effective Presentations (by Jan Van der Vurst)|