SEW-34

34th Annual IEEE Software Engineering Workshop

Limerick, Ireland, 20-21 June 2011

 


SEW-34 CALL FOR PAPERS

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Co-located with the 17th International Symposium on Formal Methods (FM 2011).

Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, Technical Council on Software Engineering (pending).

The submission deadline has been extended to 1 March 2011

Background

The 34th IEEE Software Engineering Workshop, the longest continually running Software Engineering event in the world, will be held at the University of Limerick, Ireland, co-located with FM 2011.

Scope

The workshop aims to bring together all those with an interest in software engineering. Traditionally, the conference attracts industrial and government practitioners and academics pursuing the advancement of software engineering principles and techniques. The workshop provides a forum for reporting on past experiences, for describing new and emerging results and techniques, and for exchanging ideas on best practice and future directions.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Metrics and experience reports

  2. Software quality assurance

  3. Formal methods and formal approaches to software development

  4. Software engineering processes and process improvement

  5. CMM and CMMI

  6. Requirements engineering

  7. Software architectures

  8. Real-time Software Engineering

  9. Software maintenance, reuse, and legacy systems

  10. Agent-based software systems

  11. Self-managing systems

Publication

All accepted papers will be published in the conference post proceedings, published by IEEE CS Press. Some authors will also be invited to submit a revised version of their paper for inclusion in Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering: A NASA Journal (Springer).

Inquiries

Any program inquiries should be directed by email to James Rash or Christopher Rouff.

Any general inquiries should be directed by email to Mike Hinchey. For faster responses, please include "SEW" in the subject line.