Workshops

These workshops will be co-located with the conference.

Please note that all the workshop participants are required to register for the conference.

Workshop on Accountability and Traceability in Global Software Engineering (ATGSE2007)

Summary:
This workshop will examine the status of efforts to collect and report software engineering metrics in various countries, and some possible approaches to extending the availability and use of this information to suit the global outsourced software engineering world.
Chairs:
Michael Barker (NAIST)
Katsuro Inoue (Osaka University)
Held on:
December 3, 2007
Call for papers:
CFP of ATGSE2007 (.pdf)
Important dates
Paper submission:September 30, 2007
Acceptance notification:October 10, 2007
Final camera-ready:October 29, 2007
Workshop:December 3, 2007
See Also:
ATGSE2007 Website

First International Workshop on Management and Economics of Software Product Lines (MESPUL)

Summary:
The first international workshop on management and economics of software product lines will bring together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and governments to report and discuss the challenges and opportunities of adopting and managing software product lines from managerial, organizational, and economics point of view.
Chairs:
Muhammad Ali Babar(University of Limerick)
Makoto Nonaka (Toyo University)
Held on:
December 3, 2007
Call for papers:
CFP of MESPUL (.pdf)
Important dates
Paper submission:September 30, 2007
Acceptance notification:October 21, 2007
Final camera-ready:November 2, 2007
Workshop:December 3, 2007
See Also:
MESPUL07 Website

1st International Workshop on Software Patterns and Quality (SPAQu'07)

Summary:
Although numbers of software pattern catalogues and languages have been published, it is little known about quality of patterns, quality by patterns and quality aspects of pattern activities. This workshop seeks to gain an improved understanding on the theoretical, social, technological and practical issues related to quality aspects of patterns including security and safety aspects.
Chairs:
Hironori Washizaki (NII)
Nobukazu Yoshioka (NII)
Held on:
December 3, 2007
Call for papers:
CFP of SPAQu07 (.pdf)
Important dates
Full and short paper submission:September 24, 2007
Acceptance notification:October 15, 2007
Final camera-ready:November 2, 2007
Workshop:December 3, 2007
See Also:
SPAQu'07 Website

Workshop on Service Oriented Architecture

Summary:
This workshop will focus on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Service oriented architecture is still an emerging approach. There have not been so many concrete implementations yet. More researches and practices are required in this area.
Held on:
December 4, 2007
Chairs:
William Cheng-Chung Chu (Tung Hai University)
Toshiro Takase (IBM)
Call for papers:
CFP of WS on SOA (.pdf)
Important dates
Paper submission:October 1, 2007
Acceptance notification:October 15, 2007
Final camera-ready:October 29, 2007
Workshop:December 4, 2007
See Also:
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Software engineering education

Summary:
The theme for the workshop is "Bridging the University/Industry Gap". It will provide a forum for the participants to undertake an examination of the many types of interaction that can occur between Universities and Industry within the field of Software Engineering (e.g. undergraduate projects with industry, staff exchanges, research with industrial partners).
Chairs:
Barrie Thompson (University of Sunderland)
Masami Noro (Nanzan Univ)
Held on:
December 4, 2007
Call for papers:
CFP of WS on SEE (.doc)
Important dates
Paper submission:September 30, 2007
Acceptance notification:October 15, 2007
Final camera-ready:October 29, 2007
Workshop:December 4, 2007
See Also:
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The First International Workshop on Software Productivity Analysis and Cost Estimation (SPACE'07)

Summary:
The goal of the workshop on software productivity analysis and cost estimation, SPACE 2007, is to bring together practitioners and researchers for discussion and presentation on the emerging aspects pertaining to software cost estimation, productivity analysis, prediction models and techniques, and lessons learned. The workshop provides a forum to present new ideas and to explore future directions in these areas for software engineering and software project management.
Chairs:
Jacky Keung (National ICT Australia Ltd.)
Ross Jeffery (National ICT Australia Ltd.)
Makoto Nonaka (Toyo University)
Held on:
December 4, 2007
Call for papers:
CFP of SPACE'07 (.pdf)
Important dates
Paper submission:September 30 (23.59PM, Apia Time), 2007
Acceptance notification:October 19, 2007
Final camera-ready:November 2, 2007
Workshop:December 4, 2007
See Also:
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Call for Workshop Proposals (closed)

APSEC 2007 invites submissions of workshop proposals. The workshops co-located with the conference should provide an opportunity for exchanging views, advancing ideas, and discussing preliminary results on software engineering research and applications.

Workshop proposals should be directly sent to Workshop chair Osamu Shigo, by e-mail in PDF format, not exceeding 3 pages, including

  • one page preliminary call for papers,
  • their relevance to the conference,
  • expected number of presenters and participants,
  • and a brief description of the workshop organizers.