Call For Papers

With the increasingly pervasive nature of embedded and ubiquitous software, our lives are increasingly dependent on software. Software engineering is facing challenges of safety, dependability, sustainability, and various other aspects in the development of such software or the provision of services using software. Over the next several years, all kinds of embedded, personal, and enterprise application software will be connected together with each other, and will cover the globe. This is expected to bring about a sea change in software engineering.

Submissions topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ubiquitous and Embedded Software
  • Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Software Architecture
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Domain Software Engineering
  • Software Product-Line Engineering
  • Component-Based Software Engineering
  • Aspect-Oriented Software Technology
  • Software Maintenance and Evolution
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Program Understanding
  • Software Metrics and Measurement
  • Empirical Software Engineering
  • Software Project Management
  • Software Process Improvement
  • Quality Management
  • Testing, Verification and Validation
  • Formal Methods
  • Global Software Development and Outsourcing
  • Software Engineering Education

Paper Submissions

APSEC 2007 will seek research papers and experience reports. All papers and reports must be prepared in IEEE format and must not exceed eight pages in length, including figures and references. Submission of papers will be carried out electronically via the Web in PDF or postscript format.

Submitted research papers will be reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical quality, and relevance to the conference. Submitted experience reports will be evaluated for impact, correctness, and lessons learned. Accepted papers and reports will be published in the proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society and its Digital Library.

Submission Deadline

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