Accepted Workshops

The following workshops will be colocated with the European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing (ESOCC) 2020 and will take place in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, April 1st 2020:

1st International Workshop on Edge Adoption and Migration (EdgeWays 2020)

Description: Edge Computing reallocates part of the cloud resources to the edge of the network and therefore, close proximity to the data generating/consuming devices, which brings huge benefits in scenarios where the traditional cloud fails to meet certain quality requirements. As an increasing number of organizations are investigating the potential of extending their cloud environments by placing some of their services on the edge, it is mandatory to develop methods, tools and frameworks to help introducing edgification coupled with a clear process of edge migration.
The 1st International Workshop on Edge Adoption and Migration (EdgeWays 2020) aims to bring together cloud and edge computing experts from academia and industry from different IT communities, e.g., edge computing, cloud computing, IoT, software engineering, services computing, big data, information systems, etc. Its main goals are to promote discussions and collaboration amongst participants, to help disseminate novel edge computing practices and solutions, and to identify future edge computing challenges and dimensions. To this end, the workshop will foster a more interactive participation model, in which authors, invited speakers and attendees will be encouraged to socially engage beyond the planned workshop activities.

International Workshop on Data Driven Security and Intelligent Systems

Description: Data breaches are a daily occurrence, where adversaries attack consumers, corporations, and governments. Moreover, data breaches are growing tremendously due to the immense growth of the backbones of commerce and critical infrastructure, and interconnectivity of networks. The skills of adversaries are improving, and the number and severity of attacks are increasing, which make known security countermeasures suffer. While much research focuses on technical, business or compliance aspects, there is an increasing need for new security solutions to protect assists other than traditional approaches. This workshop focuses on new security techniques that use machine learning, data mining and statistics analytical techniques to solve nowadays security challenges.

Proceedings & Registration

Reviewed and accepted workshop papers are planned to be published with Springer Nature in the CCIS series as post conference proceedings, which will be produced by the conference.  The workshop chairs, presenters and participants will be required to register for the workshop through the ESOCC 2020 main registration page.


Please contact the organisers for issues regarding the organization of the above workshops:
– Christian Zirpins,
– Iraklis Paraskakis,