1st ADAPT Summer School
26 Sep — 2 Oct, 2010, Koblenz, Germany
Software adaptation is a topic that crosscuts much of software engineering, programming languages, information systems, formal methods, and other major areas of computer science. The CS department at the University of Koblenz-Landau engages in a research focus on software adaptation founded by Rhineland-Palatinate's Research Initiative 2008-2011, and thereby connects scientists and teams in classical areas of computer science as much as application areas such as web-based systems, SOA, mobile systems, and robotics.
ADAPT 2010 was the first edition in a series of summer schools on software adaptation. The program of ADAPT 2010 appealed to PhD students and possibly specialized Master's students in computer science. Grants were available to cover most expenses of doctoral students.
We look forward to ADAPT 2011 next year.