SocioAware constituted the main track of SASOST, the newly introduced satellite workshop on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Socio-Technical Systems at IEEE SASO 2013.

09:00 amOpening Statement
[Socially-Aware Information and Communication Systems (SocioAware)]
09:15 amJean Botev, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Raising social awareness - implications, analysis and design of socio-technical systems
09:45 amJeremy Pitt, Imperial College London, UK
Social capital for self-organising Socio-technical systems
10:30 am- Coffee Break -
11:00 amGiuseppe Valetto (Drexel University, USA and Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy)
Exploit the technical to explore the social: the case of emergent virtual teams
11:30 amIngo Scholtes (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Topological and Temporal Complexity in Socio-Technical Systems
12:00 amJake Beal (BBN Technologies, USA)
The Importance of Asymmetry for Rapidly Reaching Consensus
12:30 pm- Lunch Break -
[Trust in self-organizing and autonomous systems (TSOS)]
02:00 pmJan Kantert (Leibniz University Hannover, Germany)
Application of learning to trust-adaptive agents
02:30 pmGerrit Anders (University of Augsburg, Germany)
Trust-based Algorithms and Decision Procedures for Power Management Systems
03:00 pmDiscussion Round I
Do we need SASO concepts in Socio-Technical systems?
03:30 pm- Coffee Break -
[Computationally Adapted {laws|policies|norms} for Self-Organising Systems (CA*OS)]
04:00 pmDidac Busquets (Imperial College London, UK)
Adapting rules and policies in open systems
04:30 pmMatteo Mordacchini (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Pisa, Italy)
Exploiting self-organising communities to improve recommendations in P2P systems
05:00 pmDiscussion Round II
Do we need social concepts in SASO systems?
05:30 pmClosing Statement