[ecoop-info] IEEE WETICE'2016 - CSP track - June, 13-16, 2016 Paris

Bernard Coulette coulette at univ-tlse2.fr
Mon Dec 7 15:52:28 CET 2015

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Dear colleague

Please find below the cfp of the CSP'2016 track which will be held in 
Paris, June 13-16 in the context of the 25th IEEE WETICE conference.
Thank you to desseminate this cfp to  your colleagues and to encourage 
your PHD students to submit a paper for this track (CORE ranking = B).
Best regards
Bernard Coulette

*CALL FOR PAPERS     (http://www.irit.fr/CSP2016/)*

CSP'2016 - International Track on Collaborative Software Processes @ 
25th  IEEE WETICE Conference, June 13-16, 2016, Paris

WETICE is an annual IEEE International conference on state-of-the-art 
research in enabling technologies for collaboration, consisting of a 
number of cognate conference tracks. The aim of the CSP track is to 
gather researchers and industrial practitioners working in the field of 
Collaborative Process Support for Software Development. It will provide 
an opportunity for the community to exchange ideas and to present 
emerging new technologies and understanding in the field.


- Papers submission: February 15, 2016

- Notification to authors:March 28, 2016

- Camera ready papers: April 11, 2016


Bernard Coulette (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
bernard.coulette at irit.fr <mailto:bernard.coulette at irit.fr>

Yassine Jamoussi (ENSI, RIADI, Tunisia)
yassine.jamoussi at gmail.com <mailto:yassine.jamoussi at gmail.com>


Building complex and trustworthy software systems in the shortest 
time-to-market remains the challenging objective that competitive 
companies are facing constantly, and mastering the development process 
is a key issue towards this objective. Companies and software developers 
need to be able to formalize their development processes in order to 
analyze them, to enact them, and to assess them for quality measurement 
and efficiency improvement. In the context of complex software and 
systems development, there are many actors involved in the development 
who use different tools and heterogeneous modeling languages. So we can 
say that resulting processes are highly collaborative and must be 
described and enacted as such.

Most published papers propose innovative technical and human approaches 
to expand collaboration support, often backed up by theory brought from 
various disciplines including, management science, design science, 
cognitive sciences and social sciences. The track CSP’2016 mainly seeks 
papers with theory, models, design principles, methodologies, and case 
studies that contribute to better understand the complex interrelations 
between collaboration and technology for software and systems 
development processes. Considering the heterogeneity of research in 
collaboration and technology, researchers may address the validation of 
their work through multiple approaches including laboratory experiments, 
fieldwork, analytic evaluations, case studies, prototyping, and 
empirical tests.

We invite papers presenting mature research or work-in-progress in all 
areas of Collaborative Software Processes, including but not limited to:

*Collaboration engineering *

    Modeling and Meta-modeling software and systems processes for
    collaborative engineering
    Extension of standards for process modeling (SPEM, BPMN, ...)
    Collaborative process patterns for reuse: definition, repository,
    search methods, and application
    Process and Workflow patterns for collaboration
    Collaborative process models evolution for supporting ad-hoc
    Collaborative process enactment and simulation, collaborative
    process execution semantics
    Collaborative process resource management
    Quality aspects and metrics for collaborative processes (Evaluation,
    verification, monitoring, etc.)
    Management of distributed collaborative processes
    Model Driven Engineering approaches for collaborative processes
    Collaborative Process models refactoring and composition
    DSLs and DSMLs for modeling software and systems collaborative processes
    Management of collaborative aspects in Agile processes

*Collaboration technologies*

    Collaboration environments,
    Work-on-demand platforms,
    Design principles for collaboration support,
    Process-centred tools for collaboration
    Process-centred collaborative communication systems
    Collaborative processes for open source development

*Complementary aspects of Collaboration *

    Collaboration through social media
    Collaborative Processes and Ambient Intelligence
    Collaborative Processes for Product Line Engineering
    Descriptionof case studies and empirical studies based on
    collaborative process support

*/Program Committee/***

Bernard Coulette (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
Carine Souveyet (CRI, Univ. Paris1-La Sorbonne, Paris France
Chihab Hanachi (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
Flavio Oquendo (IRISA - Univ. Bretagne-Sud, France)
Hanh Nhi Tran (IRIT, Toulouse, France)
Henda Ben Ghezala (RIADI, Tunisia)
Ismael Bouassida-Rodriguez (LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse France)
Joel  Champeau (ENSTA, Brest, France)
Leon J. Osterweil (University of Massachusetts, USA)
Mahmoud Nassar (ENSIAS/SIME, Rabat, Maroc)
Naoufel Kraiem (ENSI/RIADI Tunis, Tunisia)
Ove Armbrust (Intel Corp., USA)
Reda Bendraou (Lip6, Paris, France)
Riadh Ben Halima (ENIS Sfax, Tunisia)
Samba Diaw (Ecole Sup. Polytechnique, Senegal)
Wided Chaari Lajoued (ENSI/SOIE, Tunis)
Yassine Jamoussi (ENSI/RIADI Tunis, Tunisia)
Youssef Ben Halima (ISAM, Tunisia)

*/Papers Submission/***

We are seeking papers of up to 6 pages, double column, including 
figures, tables and references, conform to the IEEE manuscript template 
<IEEE_manuscript_template.doc>. Papers should include a title, the name 
and affiliation of each author, an abstract of up to 150 words and no 
more than eight keywords. The papers should present original research 
work related to the above-cited topics and should not be published or 
submitted simultaneously to other workshops, conferences, or journals. 
Industrial papers are welcome. Each paper will be peer-reviewed by at 
least three members of the CSP Program Committee. Authors of accepted 
papers are expected to present their papers at the conference. Accepted 
papers will be published and distributed at the conference. They also 
will be made available online, through a digital support.

Please submit your paper in PDF format via the EasyChair system: 


- Yassine Jamoussi : yassine.jamoussi at gmail.com 
<mailto:yassine.jamoussi at gmail.com>

- Bernard Coulette : bernard.coulette at irit.fr 
<mailto:bernard.coulette at irit.fr>


Bernard Coulette
- Professeur en Informatique
   Département Mathématiques-Informatique
   Université de Toulouse - Jean Jaurès  31058 Toulouse Cédex 09
   Tél : 05 61 50 38 96 - Fax : 05 61 50 41 73
   bernard.coulette at univ-tlse2.fr
- Laboratoire IRIT
   bernard.coulette at irit.fr

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