[ecoop-info] Third International Software Architecture PhD School (ISAPS 2019)

Paris Avgeriou paris.avgeriou at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 10:08:20 CET 2019

Applications for ISAPS are open.
Application deadline is: March 3rd 2019.
Notification of acceptance: March 31st, 2019

Third International Software Architecture PhD School (ISAPS 2019)

The International Software Architecture PhD School (ISAPS) is a five-day 
intensive workshop that will provide young researchers following a PhD 
and practicing architects from industry the opportunity to learn from 
the leaders in the field the most recent methods, tools, and theories 
produced by top research groups around the world and in industrial 

For whom:
For young researchers and practicing software architects.

Monday June 17th to Friday June 21st (full time), 2019.

The school is hosted by the Lorentz center on the campus of the 
University of Leiden, in The Netherlands, a short 30 minutes west of 
3rd Floor Oort Building, Niels Bohrweg 2, Leiden, Netherlands 
https://www.lorentzcenter.nl/ <https://www.lorentzcenter.nl/>
School format:
The format combines lectures on cutting-edge software architecture 
topics (mornings) with hands-on sessions on industrial cases (afternoons):
Day 1: The decision-making process in Software Architecture design.
Day 2: Hyper-scalable Software Architectures; Pragmatic Software 
Architecture Evaluation
Day 3: Empirical Software Architecture research in collaboration with 
industry. Architecture in Agile Industrial Practice
Day 4: The role of the software architect; Technical debt at the 
architectural level.
Day 5: Software Architecture and DevOps.

- Len Bass was a researcher at the SEI, then at the National ICT in 
Australia. He is the co-author of the best selling book ‘Software 
architecture in Practice’, and ‘DevOps: A Software Architect's Perspective’.
- Ian Gorton is professor at the Northeastern University, Seattle, USA. 
His interest is in Architecture Principles for analyzing and designing 
complex, high performance distributed systems.
- Eoin Woods is an architect at Endava, UK
- Eltjo Poort is an architect at CGI, The Netherlands
- Ipek Ozkaya is a principal researcher at the SEI, where she focuses on 
software economics, software architecture, technical debt and software 
- Antony Tang is associate professor at the Swinburne University in 
Melbourne; his interest is in software architectural design and design 

Paris Avgeriou is professor of software engineering at the University of 
Patricia Lago is professor of software engineering at the Vrije 
Universiteit Amsterdam.
Philippe Kruchten is professor of software engineering at the University 
of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

At the Hotel Van der Valk, a few minutes walk from the Lorentz Center.
Haagse Schouwweg 14, 2332 KG Leiden, Netherlands 
https://www.hotelleiden.nl/en/ <https://www.hotelleiden.nl/en/>
For PhD students, attendance costs are absorbed by donations from 
various companies and organizations, such as SIKS and CGI. There may be 
the possibility of a travel grant (depending on industrial sponsorship). 
Needs for grants should be indicated in the application form (see 
Applications below).

For questions about sponsoring, please contact Prof. Patricia Lago 
p.lago at vu.nl
Interested attendees can apply online at: 
SIKS PhD-students working on the ISAPS topics are strongly encouraged to 
apply. However the number of seats is limited. Applications will be 
evaluated by the organizers based on need and fit in the ISAPS topics. 
All SIKS PhD-students will be informed about the decision as soon as 

The Lorentz Center
The Lorentz Center is a Dutch national center for international 
workshops in all scientific disciplines. Its guiding philosophy is that 
innovative research thrives on interaction between creative researchers. 
Lorentz Center workshops focus on new collaborations and on interactions 
in highly diverse groups of researchers – international and with 
different scientific viewpoints as well as seniority, gender, and culture.
The Lorentz Center receives structural financial support by Leiden 
University, and by the Dutch research councils Netherlands Organisation 
for Scientific Research NWO, Foundation for Fundamental Research on 
Matter FOM, and Technology Foundation STW.

In cooperation with SIKS (www.siks.nl <http://www.siks.nl/>). Sponsored 
by CGI (www.cgi.com <http://www.cgi.com/>).

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