We are glad to announce the following co-located events with ICSE 2015
MOBILESoft 2015: The 2nd International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems - May 16-17
In recent years, there has been exponential growth in both the development and use of mobile applications thus presenting new challenges to software engineering. Mobile platforms are rapidly changing, with the addition of diverse capabilities such as GPS, sensors, and touch or pen input modes. When running on mobile platforms, modern applications need to scale on demand according to the hardware abilities. During development, security and authorization processes for data flow are very important. However, the popularity of bring your own device (BYOD) policies in schools, universities and the workplace brings new possibilities of security data leaks. Developing robust mobile applications therefore requires advanced practices and tools. MobileSoft 2015 will bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss the state of the art in mobile software engineering, as well as the emerging and new research and practices to bring software engineering discipline into the development of mobile applications and systems.
MSR 2015: The 12th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories - May 16-17
The Mining Software Repositories (MSR) field analyzes the rich data available in software repositories to uncover interesting and actionable information about software systems and projects. The goal of this two-day working conference is to advance the science and practice of MSR. The MSR conference program will feature research and practice papers, invited talks, a data showcase, and a mining challenge.
OSS 2015: The 11th International Conference on Open Source Systems - May 16-17
Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) has had a disruptive effect on the commercial software industry and the ways that organizations and individuals create, distribute, acquire and use software and software-based services. In addition to the many standalone FOSS projects, FOSS is at the heart of modern network-based computing infrastructures and can be found in the vast majority of applications that run in these environments. OSS2015 will celebrate a decade of advances in the use of free and open source software by emphasizing areas and topics that will drive future use. This will be achieved through a combination of high-quality research papers, tutorials, workshops, demonstrations, and invited talks.
SST 2015: The 8th International Symposium on Software and Systems Traceability - May 17
Join us for SST 2015 - The 8th International Symposium on Software and Systems Traceability (former International Workshop on Traceability in Emerging Forms of Software Engineering, TEFSE). The event will bring together researchers and practitioners to examine the challenges of recovering, maintaining, and utilizing traceability for the myriad forms of software engineering artifacts. SST 2015 is intended to be a working event focused on discussing the main problems related to software traceability and propose possible solutions for such problems.
ICPC 2015: The 23rd International Conference on Program Comprehension - May 18-19
Program comprehension is a vital software engineering activity. It is essential to support reuse, maintenance, software inspection, reverse engineering, reengineering, migration and extension of existing components. ICPC 2015 provides an opportunity for researchers and industry practitioners to present and discuss the state of the art and the state of practice in the general area of program comprehension.
SEAMS 2015: The 10th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems - May 18-19
Self-adaptation and self-management are key requirements for many modern and emerging software systems to handle uncertain operating environments, resources variability, new user needs, intrusions, and faults. SEAMS brings together researchers and practitioners from many diverse areas to investigate, discuss, and examine thoroughly the engineering of self-adaptive and self-managing systems.
CSEE&T 2015: The 28th International Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training - May 18-21
The Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training seeks to answer the question: "As educators, how do we adjust our teaching to meet the personal preferences and technical challenges of the next generation of software engineers?". It was started in 1987 by Norm Gibbs at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), and has become the premier annual conference focusing on education and training in software engineering. CSEE&T offers an opportunity to educators and industry professionals to share and expand their knowledge of software engineering education, training, and professional issues. As such it has received the sustained support and sponsorship of IEEE - Computer Society, academia and industry. For 2015 its research paper track will be joint with the ICSE track on education, as the Joint Software Engineering Education and Training programme (JSEET).