[ecoop-info] ICSE 2014 (Hyderabad, India): Call for Technical Research Papers

Christoph Treude ctreude at gmail.com
Tue Jun 11 19:28:40 CEST 2013


                  Call for Technical Research Papers

                         I C S E    2 0 1 4

       36th International Conference on Software Engineering

      Advancing the Global Enterprise of Software Engineering

                         June 1 - 7, 2014
                         Hyderabad, India


The 36th International Conference on Software Engineering, ICSE 2014, will
be held June 1-7, 2014 in Hyderabad, India.  India is home to some of the
largest software companies in the world and Hyderabad is one of the main
centers for software development in India.

ICSE is the premier forum for researchers to present and discuss the most
recent innovations, trends, outcomes, experiences, and challenges in the
field of software engineering.

We invite high quality submissions of research papers describing original
and unpublished results, pertaining to all aspects of software engineering
and particularly topics relevant to today’s emerging practices and
realities.  We encourage all types of work, and especially encourage papers
that assess the state of the art in the field, its research trajectory, and
core assumptions that may or may not hold in the future.

ICSE is a selective conference, but welcomes innovative ideas that are well
presented, timely, and have high likely impact, even if the findings are
preliminary or not yet (fully) evaluated. Naturally, all submissions must
position themselves within the existing literature, describe the relevance
of the results to certain software engineering goals, and include a clear
motivation and presentation of the work.



To guide the authors in preparing their submissions and to establish a
consistent set of expectations in the review process, all authors are
asked, as part of the online submission process, to self-identify their
papers with one or more of the following categories:

- Analytical:  A paper in which the main contribution relies on new
algorithms or mathematical theory.  Examples include new bug prediction
techniques, model transformations, algorithms for dynamic and static
analysis, and reliability analysis.  Such a contribution must be evaluated
with a convincing analysis of the algorithmic details, whether through a
proof, complexity analysis, or run-time analysis, among others and
depending on the objectives.

- Empirical:  A paper in which the main contribution is the empirical study
of a software engineering technology or phenomenon.  This includes
controlled experiments, case studies, and surveys of professionals
reporting qualitative or quantitative data and analysis results.  Such a
contribution will be judged on its study design, appropriateness and
correctness of its analysis, and threats to validity.  Replications are

- Technological:  A paper in which the main contribution is of a technical
nature.  This includes novel tools, modeling languages, infrastructures,
and other technologies.  Such a contribution does not necessarily need to
be evaluated with humans.  However, clear arguments, backed up by evidence
as appropriate, must show how and why the technology is beneficial, whether
it is in automating or supporting some user task, refining our modeling
capabilities, improving some key system property, etc.

- Methodological:  A paper in which the main contribution is a coherent
system of broad principles and practices to interpret or solve a problem.
 This includes novel requirements elicitation methods, process models,
design methods, development approaches, programming paradigms, and other
methodologies.  The authors should provide convincing arguments, with
commensurate experiences, why a new method is needed and what the benefits
of the proposed method are.

- Perspectives:  A paper in which the main contribution is a novel
perspective on the field as a whole, or part thereof.  This includes
assessments of the current state of the art and achievements, systematic
literature reviews, framing of an important problem, forward-looking
thought pieces, connections to other disciplines, and historical
perspectives.  Such a contribution must, in a highly convincing manner,
clearly articulate the vision, novelty, and potential impact.

All papers are full papers, and papers may belong to more than one
category.  Note that papers from any research area can fall into any of
these categories, as the categories are constructed surrounding
methodological approaches, not research topics (e.g., one could write an
analytical paper on a new analysis technique, an empirical paper that
compares a broad range of such techniques, a technological paper that makes
an analysis technique practically feasible and available, or a perspectives
paper that reviews the state of the art and lays out a roadmap of analysis
techniques for the future).



Submissions that are not in compliance with the required submission format
or that are out of the scope of the conference will be rejected without

Submitted papers must comply with ACM plagiarism policy and procedures (
http://www.acm.org/publications/policies/plagiarism_policy).  Papers
submitted to ICSE 2014 must not have been published elsewhere and must not
be under review or submitted for review elsewhere while under consideration
for ICSE 2014.

All submissions that meet the criteria and fit the scope of the conference
will be reviewed by at least two members of the Program Committee.
 Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of originality, evaluation,
soundness, importance of contribution, quality of presentation, and
appropriate comparison to related work.

ICSE this year will adopt a program board model in order to better process
the increasing number of submissions that it has been receiving each year.
 The Program Board will work with the Program Committee to make the final
decisions about which submissions are accepted for presentation at the



All submitted papers must conform to the ICSE 2014 formatting and
submission instructions, and must not exceed 10 pages for the main text,
inclusive of figures, tables, appendices, etc.  References may be included
on up to two additional pages.  All submissions must be in PDF.

Papers must be submitted electronically by the stated deadline.  The
deadline is firm and not negotiable.  The submission website, along with
other details and updates, will be available at



Paper Submission: September 13, 2013

Notification: January 17, 2014

Camera ready: February 28, 2014



Pankaj Jalote, IIIT-Delhi, India

Lionel Briand, Univ. of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
André van der Hoek, Univ. of California, Irvine, USA

Joanne M. Atlee, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada
Luciano Baresi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Margaret Burnett, Oregon State Univ., USA
Gerardo Canfora, Univ. of Sannio, Italy
Betty H.C. Cheng, Michigan State Univ., USA
Vittorio Cortellessa, Univ. of L'Aquila, Italy
Arie van Deursen, Delft Univ. of Technology, Netherlands
Massimiliano Di Penta, Univ. of Sannio, Italy
Sebastian Elbaum, Univ. of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA
Mark Harman, Univ. College London, UK
Patrick Heymans, Univ. of Namur, Belgium
Jean-Marc Jezequel, IRISA-Univ. Rennes 1, France
Christine Julien, The Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA
Michele Lanza, Univ. of Lugano, Switzerland
Cristina Videira Lopes, Univ. of California, Irvine, USA
Gail Murphy, Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Kumiyo Nakakoji, Software Research Associates Inc., Japan
Alexander Pretschner, Technische Univ. München, Germany
Per Runeson, Lund Univ., Sweden
Wilhelm Schäfer, Univ. of Paderborn, Germany
Peri Tarr, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, USA
Paolo Tonella, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy
Willem Visser, Stellenbosch Univ., South Africa
Laurie Williams, North Carolina State Univ., USA

Daniel Amyot, Univ. of Ottawa, Canada
Giuliano Antoniol, École Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
Sven Apel, Univ. of Passau, Germany
Andrea Arcuri, Schlumberger and Simula Research Lab, Norway
Dirk Beyer, Univ. of Passau, Germany
Christian Bird, Microsoft Research, USA
Travis Breaux, Carnegie Mellon Univ., USA
Yuriy Brun, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Tsong Yueh Chen, Swinburne Univ. of Technology, Australia
Myra Cohen, Univ. of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA
Charles Consel, INRIA and Univ. of Bordeaux, France
Jonathan Cook, New Mexico State Univ., USA
Bojan Cukic, West Virginia Univ., USA
Krzysztof Czarnecki, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada
Rob DeLine, Microsoft Research, USA
Andrea De Lucia, Univ. of Salerno, Italy
Cleidson de Souza, Vale Institute of Technology and Federal Univ. of Pará,
Prem Devanbu, Univ. of California, Davis, USA
Laura Dillon, Michigan State Univ., USA
Juergen Dingel, Queen's Univ., Canada
Jin Song Dong, National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore
Robert France, Colorado State Univ., USA
Harald Gall, Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland
Carlo Ghezzi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Tony Gorschek, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Mark Grechanik, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Paul Grünbacher, Johannes Kepler Univ., Austria
Ahmed E. Hassan, Queen's Univ., Canada
Mats Heimdahl, Univ. of Minnesota, USA
John Hosking, Australian National Univ., Australia
Katsuro Inoue, Osaka Univ., Japan
James A. Jones, Univ. of California, Irvine, USA
Natalia Juristo, Univ. Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
Miryung Kim, The Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA
Moonzoo Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
Andrew Ko, Univ. of Washington, USA
Rainer Koschke, Univ. of Bremen, Germany
Ingolf Krueger, Univ. of California, San Diego, USA
Patricia Lago, VU Univ. Amsterdam, Netherlands
Yves Le Traon, Univ. of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Sam Malek, George Mason Univ., USA
Jonathan Maletic, Kent State Univ., USA
Andrian Marcus, Wayne State Univ., USA
Leonardo Mariani, Univ. of Milano Bicocca, Italy
Darko Marinov, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Phil McMinn, Univ. of Sheffield, UK
Tom Mens, Univ. of Mons, Belgium
Tim Menzies, West Virginia Univ., USA
Mira Mezini, Technische Univ. Darmstadt, Germany
Todd Millstein, Univ. of California, Los Angeles, USA
Audris Mockus, Avaya Labs, USA
Ana Moreira, Univ. Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Henry Muccini, Univ. of L'Aquila, Italy
Leonardo Murta, Univ. Federal Fluminense, Brazil
Nachiappan Nagappan, Microsoft Research, USA
Iulian Neamtiu, Univ. of California, Riverside, USA
Tien Nguyen, Iowa State Univ., USA
Manuel Oriol, ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland
Alessandro Orso, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Richard Paige, Univ. of York, UK
Victor Pankratius, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Marian Petre, The Open Univ., UK
Dorina Petriu, Carleton Univ., Canada
Martin Pinzger, Univ. of Klagenfurt, Austria
Lori Pollock, Univ. of Delaware, USA
Denys Poshyvanyk, College of William and Mary, USA
Björn Regnell, Lund Univ., Sweden
Roshanak Roshandel, Seattle Univ., USA
Carolyn Seaman, Univ. of Maryland Baltimore County and Fraunhofer Center,
Martin Shepperd, Brunel Univ., UK
Paul Strooper, The Univ. of Queensland, Australia
Eleni Stroulia, Univ. of Alberta, Canada
Lin Tan, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada
Suresh Thummalapenta, IBM Research, India
Richard Torkar, Chalmers Univ. of Technology and Univ. of Gothenburg, Sweden
Kapil Vaswani, Microsoft Research, India
Michael Whalen, Univ. of Minnesota, USA
Jon Whittle, Lancaster Univ., UK
Andreas Zeller, Saarland Univ., Germany
Charles Zhang, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, China
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