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Workshop theme Eclipse was initially designed as an integrated development environment (IDE) for object-oriented application development. Today Eclipse is an open source community whose projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle. This workshop is the seventh yearly meeting of the Italian Eclipse Community which includes universities, public institutions and industries, researchers and practitioners, students and professionals, all joined by the interest in promoting, experimenting, extending, and supporting the Eclipse platform. The Eclipse-IT 2012 will host three tracks<br>• Technical track for research papers with a standard presentation at the workshop. <br>• Student track for practical experience report, plug-in and demo related to the Eclipse technology, with a presentation or live demo at the workshop. <br>• Public Institutions (P.A.), Industry and defense track with a short paper or demo and the presentation at the workshop.<br>Topics: <br>Eclipse Open source ecosystem and E-learning <br>• Eclipse intelligent resources<br>• Eclipse intelligent projects<br>• Eclipse intelligent environment<br>• Applications<br>• Case studies and best practice<br>• Eclipse community for e-learning<br>• Use of eclipse in education<br>Jazz ecosystem<br>• Projects managements <br>• Jazz and cooperative works<br>• Jazz intelligent knowledge management<br>• Intellectual capital management<br>• Case studies and best practice<br>• Jazz community for e-learning<br>Eclipse, Open source, PA, defense<br>• Intellectual property<br>• Open source and PA<br>• On-going projects<br>• Case studies and best practice<br>• Critical applications<br>Submissions. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee, on the basis of the contribution to the workshop theme, the novelty of the work, and the quality of presentation. Submission is open for all, including the PC members and organizers. Only relevant work will be accepted for presentation and publication. Accepted papers will be published with an ISBN code. Authors are invited to submit their contribution via electronic submission on the EasyChair Conference Management System at http://bit.ly/2012-eclipse-it<br>Manuscripts of all tracks should be formatted in the LNCS Proceedings style (see http://2012.eclipse-it.org).<br>IMPORTANT DATES<br> Technical track Student track Industry track<br>Paper submission: Jun 18, 2012 Aug 22, 2012 Aug 27, 2012<br>Author notification: Jul 18, 2012 Sep 03, 2012 Sep 03, 2012<br>Camera-ready copy: Aug 10, 2012 Sep 07, 2012 Sep 07, 2012<br>Registrations. Each participant is invited to register in advance at the workshop; the registration on the website does not require the payment of any fee.<br>

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Workshop theme Eclipse was initially designed as an integrated development environment (IDE) for object-oriented application development. Today Eclipse is an open source community whose projects are focused on building an open development platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle. This workshop is the seventh yearly meeting of the Italian Eclipse Community which includes universities, public institutions and industries, researchers and practitioners, students and professionals, all joined by the interest in promoting, experimenting, extending, and supporting the Eclipse platform. The Eclipse-IT 2012 will host three tracks
• Technical track for research papers with a standard presentation at the workshop.
• Student track for practical experience report, plug-in and demo related to the Eclipse technology, with a presentation or live demo at the workshop.
• Public Institutions (P.A.), Industry and defense track with a short paper or demo and the presentation at the workshop.
Topics:
Eclipse Open source ecosystem and E-learning
• Eclipse intelligent resources
• Eclipse intelligent projects
• Eclipse intelligent environment
• Applications
• Case studies and best practice
• Eclipse community for e-learning
• Use of eclipse in education
Jazz ecosystem
• Projects managements
• Jazz and cooperative works
• Jazz intelligent knowledge management
• Intellectual capital management
• Case studies and best practice
• Jazz community for e-learning
Eclipse, Open source, PA, defense
• Intellectual property
• Open source and PA
• On-going projects
• Case studies and best practice
• Critical applications
Submissions. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee, on the basis of the contribution to the workshop theme, the novelty of the work, and the quality of presentation. Submission is open for all, including the PC members and organizers. Only relevant work will be accepted for presentation and publication. Accepted papers will be published with an ISBN code. Authors are invited to submit their contribution via electronic submission on the EasyChair Conference Management System at http://bit.ly/2012-eclipse-it
Manuscripts of all tracks should be formatted in the LNCS Proceedings style (see http://2012.eclipse-it.org).
IMPORTANT DATES
Technical track Student track Industry track
Paper submission: Jun 18, 2012 Aug 22, 2012 Aug 27, 2012
Author notification: Jul 18, 2012 Sep 03, 2012 Sep 03, 2012
Camera-ready copy: Aug 10, 2012 Sep 07, 2012 Sep 07, 2012
Registrations. Each participant is invited to register in advance at the workshop; the registration on the website does not require the payment of any fee.