[ecoop-info] SERA 2013, Aug 7-9, Prague, Call for Papers - extended deadline

Petr Hnetynka hnetynka at d3s.mff.cuni.cz
Mon Feb 4 09:35:45 CET 2013


11th International Conference on
Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications

August 7-9, 2013, Prague, Czech Republic


                      FEBRUARY 15, 2013


The 11th International Conference on Software Engineering Research,
Management and Applications (SERA 2013) provides an international
forum where researchers, practitioners and advanced graduate
students are invited to share their experience and exchange new
ideas related to all aspects of software engineering research and
applications. The conference particularly welcomes contributions
at the junction of theory and practice, which serve to disseminate
research with an immediate impact on applications. Designed to
cover the complete software lifecycle from design through
deployment to maintenance and evolution, the conference is
structured around the following range of topics:

* Software Design and Modeling
  - Modeling with Objects, Components, Services, Aspects, Agents
  - Requirements Engineering
  - Model Driven Engineering
  - Unified Modeling Language
* Software Frameworks and Technologies
  - Frameworks for Objects, Components, Services, Aspects, Agents
  - Reflection and Metamodeling
  - Programming and Description Languages
  - Design Patterns and Framework Languages
* Software Deployment and Management
  - Deployment, Configuration Management
  - Runtime Software Monitoring and Management
  - Fault Detection and Localization, Autonomic Repair
* Software Maintenance and Evolution
  - Software Visualization and Program Understanding
  - Re-Use, Re-Factoring, Re-Engineering
  - Reverse Engineering
* Software Quality Guarantees
  - Formal and Semiformal Software Specifications
  - Software Verification and Model Checking
  - Quality of Service Modeling and Analysis
  - Software Testing and Benchmarking
* Software Engineering Processes
  - Process Models and Process Management
  - Software Quality and Software Metrics
  - Cost Modeling and Analysis
  - Process Support Tools
  - Product Lines and System Families
  - Software Engineering Education and Training
* Domain Specific Software Engineering
  - Applications, Case Studies, Technology Transfer
  - Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics
  - Embedded and Real Time Systems
  - Web Information Systems
  - Telecommunications Systems
  - Business Process Engineering
  - Parallel and Distributed Computing, GRID, P2P

Submission guidelines

The accepted papers will be published by the IEEE Computer Society
Conference Publishing Services (CPS). Selected quality papers will
be published by Springer in Studies in Computational Intelligence

Submissions to the conference will be judged on the basis of
originality, relevance, technical soundness and presentation
quality. Papers should be written in English and not exceed
ten pages in IEEE CS format (two columns). Length of the final
manuscript should not exceed eight pages. Up to two extra pages
(total of ten) can be purchased during the registration time.

Important dates

* Submission deadline: February 15, 2013 (extended)
* Notification deadline: March 22, 2013
* Camera-ready version: April 18, 2013

Conference Chair

* Roger Lee, Central Michigan University, USA

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