[ecoop-info] CFP: CSMR-WCRE 2014 Project Track

Krinke, Jens j.krinke at ucl.ac.uk
Sun Sep 29 15:47:25 CEST 2013

			    CSMR-WCRE 2014
Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering and Reverse Engineering

			*** Project Track ***

We invite national and international projects to submit project reports
to the Projects Track of the Conference on Software Maintenance,
Reengineering and Reverse Engineering CSMR-WCRE 2014,
February 3-7, 2014, Antwerp, Belgium.

Goals and Scope

Today’s projects try to bridge the famous gap between research (e.g.,
academia) and practitioners (e.g., industries). Projects, in fact, can
allow the research community to practice with their research ideas in
real industrial environment while, at the same time, can raise the
need for new and different research inspired by the needs of industry.
The Projects track of CSMR-WCRE 2014 provides an opportunity for
researchers involved in ongoing and recently completed research
projects (both national and international) related to the themes of
the conference to present their projects and disseminate the
objectives, deliverables, or outcome of these projects. Hence, on one
side, the Projects track offers the possibility to project
participants to share and disseminate their project results. On the
other side, it allows the CSMR-WCRE participants to get a better
insight in which research projects are currently going on within the
field of software maintenance and reengineering. The Projects track of
CSMR-WCRE represents a consolidated forum where projects, researchers
and industrial practitioners can share experience, ideas and


The topics of interested of the Projects track correspond to the ones
of the CSMR-WCRE 2014. All submissions describing projects that
involve aspects concerning the software maintenance and evolution are
welcomed. Special interest goes to submissions that describe how the
projects results have been assessed and evaluated.

Eligible Projects

The types of projects that are eligible for presentation in this track are manifold:

- Projects funded international, national or local funding
  organizations, or even by individual universities and industries;
- Projects focused on fundamental research, applied research or be
  more industry-oriented;
- Projects carried out by an international consortium of partners or
  projects might involve partners of the same country.

Paper Organization

Each submission should clearly indicate:

- The name and acronym of the project
- The source and amount of funding
- The list of participants (with names and affiliations) involved in the project
- The link to the official project web site
- The status and duration of the project
- Detailed description of goals of the project
- Description of the (expected) achievements and (expected) outcome of
  the project
- Detailed explanation of the relevance of the project (or one of its
  workpackages) to the themes of the CSMR conference
- References to related work or related projects

Paper Format

Each submission must be a 4-page paper formatted according to the IEEE
Conference Publishing Services formatting instructions (i.e., the same
used from the main CSMR-WCRE conference). All submissions must be in
English. All submissions will be peer reviewed by three members of the
international Program Committee of the Projects track. The reviewers
will assess the completeness, the quality of and the relevance of the
submission for the target audience. Please submit by 28th October 2013
(abstract by 21st October) via EasyChair (select “Project Papers”
track): https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=satcsmr18wcre21.

Each accepted submission will be part of the CSMR-WCRE conference
proceedings. At least one author of the accepted submission will be
registered at the conference and present the accepted submission
during the Projects track of CSMR-WCRE 2014.

Jens Krinke, UCL, UK
Rocco Oliveto, University of Molise, Italy

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