The Adaptive and Reflective Middleware (ARM) workshop series started together with the ACM/IFIP/USENIX International Middleware Conference, with which it has been co-located every year since this first edition.
ARM aims at providing researchers with a leading edge view on the state of the art in reflective and adaptive middleware, and on the challenging problems that remain unsolved. Past editions of the workshop have bring together experts involved in designing and reusing adaptive systems at different system layers, including architectural, OS, virtualization technology, and network layers, as well as in using techniques that are complementary to reflection. The workshop series also seek to provide an exciting environment in which to leverage cooperation among researchers.
The 15th edition of the ARM workshop will be organized jointly with the ACM/IFIP/USENIX Middleware 2016 in Trento, Italy.
ARM 2016 will follow on the success of previous editions in exploring how reflective approaches and associated techniques can support the life-cycle of adaptive middleware platforms.
A detailed description of the topics of interest to the ARM workshop and instructions for submitting a paper are given in the Call for Papers section of this website.
For any question about ARM 2016, feel free to contact the organizers directly.
Find below links to the previous editions of the workshop: