[hpc-announce] CALL FOR PAPERS --> Software and System Engineering (SSE)

Marcin Paprzycki marcin at amu.edu.pl
Wed Mar 18 15:55:10 CDT 2020



Track 5: Software and System Engineering (SSE)

Organized within the framework of the Federated Conference on Computer
Science and
Information Systems (FedCSIS 2020)

Sofia, Bulgaria, 6-9 September, 2020



SSE is a FedCSIS conference track aiming at integrating and creating
synergy between technical sessions that thematically subscribe to the
discipline of software engineering. The track emphasizes the issues
relevant to developing and maintaining software systems that behave
reliably, efficiently and effectively. This track investigates both
established traditional approaches and modern emerging approaches to
large software production and evolution.

For decades, it is still an open question in software industry, how to
provide fast and effective software process, and how to come to the
software systems, embedded systems, autonomous systems, or 
cyber-physical systems that will address the open issue of supporting
information management process in many, particularly complex 
organization systems. Even more, it is a hot issue how to provide a
synergy between systems in common and software services as mandatory
component of each modern organization, particularly in terms of IoT, Big
Data, and Industry 4.0 paradigms.

In recent years, we are the witnesses of great movements in the area of
software and system engineering (SSE). Such movements are both of
technological and methodological nature. By this, today we have a huge
selection of various technologies, tools, and methods in SSE as a
discipline that helps in a support of the whole information life cycle
in organization systems. Despite that, one of the hot issues in practice
is still how to effectively develop and maintain complex systems from
various aspects, particularly when software components are crucial for
addressing declared system goals, and their successful operation. It
seems that nowadays we have great theoretical potentials for application
of new and more effective approaches in SSE. However, it is more likely
that real deployment of such approaches in industry practice is far
behind their theoretical potentials.

The main goal of Track 5 is to address open questions and real
potentials for various applications of modern approaches and
technologies in SSE so as to develop and implement effective software
services in a support of information management and system engineering.
We intend to address interdisciplinary character of a set of theories,
methodologies, processes, architectures, and technologies in disciplines
such as: Software Engineering Methods, Techniques, and Technologies,
Cyber-Physical Systems, Lean and Agile Software Development, Design of
Multimedia and Interaction Systems, Model Driven Approaches in System 
Development, Development of Effective Software Services and Intelligent 
Systems, as well as applications in various problem domains. We invite 
researchers from all over the world who will present their 
contributions, interdisciplinary approaches or case studies related to 
modern approaches in SSE. We express an interest in gathering scientists 
and practitioners interested in applying these disciplines in industry
sector, as well as public and government sectors, such as healthcare,
education, or security services. Experts from all sectors are welcomed.

Track 5 includes technical sessions (for more information check their
individual WWW sites):

* Advances in Software and System Engineering (ASSE'20)
* Cyber-Physical Systems (7th Workshop IWCPS-7)
* Lean and Agile Software Development (4th International Conference LASD'20)
* Model Driven Approaches in System Development (6th Workshop MDASD'20)
* Software Engineering (40th IEEE Workshop SEW-40)

There is a possibility of selecting extended versions of the best papers
from Track 5 presented during the conference for potential inclusion in
the journals: ComSIS, ISI IF(2018) = 0.620,  and COLA, ISI IF(2017) =0.971


Paper submission (sharp / no extension): May 15, 2020
Position paper submission: June 9, 2020
Author notification: June 30, 2020
Final paper submission and registration: July 15, 2020
Conference date: September 6-9, 2020


FedCSIS announces two separate calls for papers, with the deadlines for
submissions about three weeks apart: Call for Regular Papers and Call
for Position Papers.

Papers submitted within the Call for Regular Papers can be accepted, by
the event’s Program Committee, in one of the three categories: full
papers, short papers or communication papers.

Full and short papers constitute Proceedings of the FedCSIS conference –
they are published electronically in a volume of “Annals of Computer
Science and Information Systems” (ACSIS) and are submitted for inclusion
in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. ACSIS Volumes with Proceedings of
the FedCSIS conference are submitted for indexation in Web of Science,
SCOPUS, DBLP, Index Copernicus and other indexing services (see,
Indexation for more details). Communication papers and Position papers
are published in separate ACSIS volume(s) and they are not submitted to
the IEEE Xplore DL.

For paper submission instructions, please visit:


Ivan Lukovic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Geylani Kardas, Ege University International Computer Institute, Turkey
Manuel Mazzara, Innopolis University, Russia

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