The AIMS conference is a single-track event integrating
normal conference paper sessions, tutorials, keynotes, and
a PhD workshop into a highly interactive event. One of the
goals of AIMS is to look beyond borders and to stimulate
the exchange of ideas across different communities and
among PhD students.
AIMS 2008 focusses on resilient networks and services and in
particular on novel technologies that can provide resilience in
a scalable, economic, secure, and autonomic way. To achieve
resilience, new techniques such as autonomic and fully
distributed algorithms, virtualization techniques, or
self-organizing overlays must be explored. Modelling, analysis,
and visualization is essential in order to understand the
emerging overall system behaviour.
The slides from the PhD workshop
tutorial are online now.
The slides from the keynote talk are
The registration material for AIMS attendees is now available at
the porter's office next to the main gate. Please pickup your
registration material when you enter the campus.
All AIMS attendees who happen to be on campus already on Sunday
29th are welcome to join us watching the Euro 2008 final (Germany :
Spain). The viewing will take place in the University Club,
people will be picked up at College III at 20:00.
During the AIMS event, the biggest yearly cultural open air
event called the Breminale
will start in downtown Bremen.
The EMANICS workshop on the Vision and
Management of the Future Internet is taking place at Jacobs
University directly following the AIMS conference.
The registration and accomodation details are online and
registration has started. The early bird registration ends
The advance program is online including information about the
tutorials and the keynote talk.
The PhD workshop paper selection process has been completed.
Many thanks to all PhD track authors and reviewers.
The full track paper selection process has been completed. Many
thanks to all authors and reviewers.
Due to a failure of the JEMS paper submission server, we decided
to keep the abstract registration open. The paper
registration/submission deadline is Sunday Feb 24,
2008. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Springer formally approved the publication of the AIMS
proceedings in the LNCS series.