报告题目：How to write high quality research papers
It is difficult for new master and PhD students to write their own first research paper. High quality papers follow a set of criteria, not only in the contents/format of papers, but also in the process of preparing and writing papers. In the lecture, Prof. Sheng starts from his own experience and lessons learned on publishing the first paper during his PhD study, and then uses a set of “good examples” to explain step by step how to write high quality papers. Key points of this lecture include:
•Why Do We Write Research Papers?
•What is a High Quality Research Paper?
•What is the Process of the Writing?
•What is the Structure of a Research Paper?
•How to Deal with Conferences/Journals?
报告题目: A Service Computing Manifesto: The Next 10 Years
摘要：Over the past 15 years, service computing has been at the center of intense research and development. However, the very unfortunate reality is that service computing has not reached its full potential in the real world applications. A strategic challenge for the whole community is to analyze why this is the case and what needs to be done to change that in order to move service computing to a better future. In this presentation, I will share some recent thoughts from my collaborations with leading experts in the field on defining a 10-year roadmap for service computing research. I will particularly discuss four main research directions and also briefly introduce some related research projects being conducted in my research group.
报告题目：Managing the Web of Things: Experiences and Directions
主要内容：Introduce what is Internet of Things, Web of Things, then focus on introducing a few research activities around IoT/WoT they are doing now, finally discuss open issues/directions.
Dr Michael Sheng is a full professor and deputy head of School of Computer Science, the University of Adelaide. Prof. Sheng's research interests include Service-Oriented Computing, Internet of Things, Big Data Analytics, Smart Cities, and Pervasive Computing. Prof. Michael Sheng has published more than 260 publications in premier journals and conferences such as ACM Computing Surveys, VLDB Journal, TSC, ACM TOIT, IEEE TPDS, TKDE, Communication of the ACM, IEEE Computer, IEEE Internet Computing, VLDB, WWW, ICDE, CIKM, ICSE, ICWS, and ICSOC. His research has been frequently cited by other researchers. He is listed as one of the top-cited authors in the "World Wide Web" research area by Microsoft Academic Search (ranked 133 out of 49,332 authors, top 0.2%). The Self-Serv research prototype developed by Prof. Michael Sheng during his PhD study at UNSW is one of the most cited research on Web service composition in the world. Prof. Sheng is the recipient of several major awards including ARC Future Fellowship in 2014, the Chris Wallace Award for Outstanding Research Contribution in 2012, and Microsoft Research Fellowship in 2003.