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9:45AM - 10:00AM Opening remarks
10:00AM - 11:30AM Self-healing

Advanced tools for operators at Amazon.com [ Slides]
Peter Bodík (RAD Lab, University of California, Berkeley)
Armando Fox (Stanford University)
Michael I. Jordan, David Patterson (RAD Lab, University of California, Berkeley)
Ajit Banerjee, Ramesh Jagannathan, Tina Su, Shivaraj Tenginakai, Ben Turner, Jon Ingalls (Amazon.com)
Public Review by Thu D. Nguyen (Rutgers University)

CAPRI: A common architecture for autonomous, distributed diagnosis of Internet faults using probabilistic relational models [ Slides]
George J. Lee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Public Review by Ming Zhang (Microsoft Research)

Software error early detection system based on run-time statistical analysis of function return values [ Slides]
Alex Depoutovitch and Michael Stumm (University of Toronto)
Public Review by Emre Kıcıman (Microsoft Research)

11:30AM - 1:30PM Lunch (on your own)
1:30PM - 3:00PM Performance and Business-Driven

Walking toward moving goalpost: agile management for evolving systems [ Slides]
Richard A. Golding and Theodore M. Wong (IBM Almaden Research Center)
Public Review by Alistair Veitch (Hewlett Packard Laboratories)

Towards autonomic hosting of multi-tier Internet applications [ Slides]
Swaminathan Sivasubramanian, Guillaume Pierre and Maarten van Steen (Vrije Universiteit)
Public Review by Jeff Kephart (IBM Watson)

A research agenda for business-driven information technology [ Slides]
Jeff Kephart, Steve White (IBM Watson Research Center) Edith Stern (IBM Software Group, Tivoli)
Public Review by Karsten Schwan (Georgia Institute of Technology)

3:00PM - 3:30PM Break
3:30PM - 5:00PM Panel: Future Directions for AC - An Industry Perspective

Jeffrey O. Kephart (IBM Watson J. Research Center)
Emre Kiciman (Microsoft Research) [Slides]
Naveen Sharma (XEROX)
John Wilkes (Hewlett Packard Laboratories) [Slides]

This panel will discuss industry's research agenda for autonomic computing, both in the short and long term. What would we expect/like to see in HotAC in the coming years? Given this agenda, is academia on the right track?