COURSE: Web Services & Service Oriented Architecture . Prof. MIKE PAPAZOGLOU


May 21, 2012 10:00 AM to May 25, 2012 10:00 AM (Europe/Madrid / UTC200)


A4206 (except 25/05/2012 - A4204). Campus Nord UPC

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Course title: Web Services & Service Oriented Architecture

Instructor: Prof. Mike Papazoglou, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands

Dates: 4 sessions as follows:
- May 21st: 10-12
- May 23rd: 10-12
- May 24th: 10-13
- May 25th: 10-13

Room: A4206 (except 25/05/2012 - A4204). Campus Nord UPC

Nota: per motius de planificació, en cas d'assistència, contacteu amb Xavier Franch a abans del 14 de Maig.


Description: Web services have emerged as the next generation of Web-based technology for exchanging information over the Internet and, as part of the service-oriented computing paradigm, promise to revolutionize the process of developing and deploying distributed software applications. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a logical way of designing a complex, distributed software system to provide services to either end-user applications or to other services distributed in the Internet, via published and discoverable interfaces. Service Oriented Architecture and Web services hold the promise of moving to the concept of accessing, programming, and integrating application services that are encapsulated within old and new applications.

Course outline:
1. Web Service and SOA Fundamentals
2. Web Services Registration and Discovery
3. Workflow Systems and Business Processes
4. Enterprise Service Bus

Bio: Mike Papazoglou is BSc. Honours, MSc., PhD. in Electronic Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering from the Universities of Dundee, and Edinburgh, UK in 1978, 1979, and 1983, respectively. He is chair in Computer Science and executive Director of the European Research Institute in Services Science (ERISS), Tilburg University, Netherlands, May 1996 - todate. He is honorary professor or professional fellow in Universities of Trento, New South Wales, Claude Bernard Lyon, Rey Juan Carlos and Zayed. Member of several Advisory Boards and scientific advisor in different European committees. Scientific Director of the S-Cube NoE (FP7 programme). Approximately 250 papers published with more than 7.500 references altogether. Author of several classic books in service-oriented computing, including “Web Services: Principles and Technology", "Service Oriented Computing" and more recently editor of the book "Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet”.

Ha obtenido financiación de la Dirección General de Política Universitaria, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte, a través de las subvenciones para profesores visitantes en programas de masteres oficiales.