FASE: Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering

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Event When Where Deadline
FASE 2020 Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Apr 25, 2020 - Apr 30, 2020 Dublin, Ireland Oct 24, 2019
FASE 2019 Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Apr 8, 2019 - Apr 11, 2019 Prague, Czech Republic Nov 15, 2018 (Nov 7, 2018)
FASE 2018 21st International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Apr 14, 2018 - Apr 21, 2018 Thessaloniki, Greece TBD
FASE 2016 International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Apr 2, 2016 - Apr 8, 2016 Eindhoven, The Netherlands Oct 16, 2015 (Oct 9, 2015)
FASE 2014 17th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Apr 5, 2014 - Apr 13, 2014 Grenoble, France. Oct 11, 2013 (Oct 4, 2013)
FASE 2013 16th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Mar 16, 2013 - Mar 24, 2013 Rome, Italy Oct 14, 2012 (Oct 7, 2012)
FASE 2012 15th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Mar 24, 2012 - Apr 1, 2012 Tallinn, Estonia Oct 14, 2011 (Oct 7, 2011)
FASE 2010 Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Mar 22, 2010 - Mar 26, 2010 Paphos, Cyprus Oct 8, 2009 (Oct 1, 2009)
FASE 2009 Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering
Mar 23, 2009 - Mar 29, 2009 York, UK Oct 9, 2008 (Oct 2, 2008)
 
 

Present CFP : 2020


23rd International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering

FASE is concerned with the foundations on which software engineering is built. Submissions should make novel contributions to making software engineering a more mature and soundly-based discipline. Contributions should be supported by appropriate arguments and validation. Contributions that combine the development of conceptual and methodological advances with their formal foundations and tool support are particularly encouraged. We welcome contributions on all such fundamental approaches, including:

Software engineering as an engineering discipline, including its interaction with and impact on society and economics;
Requirements engineering: capture, consistency, and change management of software requirements;
Software architectures: description and analysis of the architecture, e.g. SOA, microservice architectures or software product lines;
Specification, design, and implementation of particular classes of systems: (self-)adaptive, collaborative, intelligent, embedded, distributed, mobile, pervasive, cyber-physical or service-oriented applications;
Software quality: (static or run-time) validation and verification of functional and non-functional software properties (including security and data privacy) using techniques such as theorem proving, model checking, testing, analysis, simulation, refinement methods, metrics or visualization techniques;
Model-driven development and model transformation: meta-modelling, design and semantics of domain-specific languages, consistency and transformation of models, generative architectures;
Software processes: support for iterative, agile, and open source development;
Software evolution: refactoring, reverse and re-engineering, configuration management and architectural change, or aspect-orientation.

Important dates and submission

See the ETAPS 2020 joint call for papers. Submit your paper via the FASE 2020 author interface of EasyChair.

The review process of FASE 2020 is double-blind, without a rebuttal phase. In your submission, omit your names and institutions; refer to your prior work in the third person, just as you refer to prior work by others; do not include acknowledgements that might identify you.
Paper categories

FASE 2020 solicits three types of submissions: research papers, empirical evaluation papers and tool demonstration papers.

Research papers clearly identify and justify a principled advance to the fundamentals of software engineering. Research papers should clearly articulate their contribution, and provide sufficient evidence for the soundness and applicability of the proposed approach. Research papers can have a maximum of 18 pp llncs.cls (excluding bibliography).

Empirical evaluation papers evaluate existing software challenges or critically validate current proposed solutions with scientific means, i.e., by empirical studies, controlled experiments, rigorous case studies, simulations, etc. Scientific reflection on problems and practices in the software industry also falls into this category. Empirical evaluation papers can have a maximum of 18 pp llncs.cls (excluding bibliography).

Tool demonstration papers present a new tool, a new tool component, or novel extensions to an existing tool. They should provide a short description of the theoretical foundations and emphasize the design and implementation concerns, including software architecture. The paper should give a clear account of the tool's functionality and discuss the tool's practical capabilities with reference to the type and size of problems it can handle. Authors are strongly encouraged to make their tools publicly available, preferably on the web. Theoretical foundations and experimental evaluation are not required, however, a motivation as to why the tool is interesting and significant should be provided. Tool demonstration papers can have a maximum of 6 pp llncs.cls (including bibliography). They should have an appendix of up to 6 additional pages with details on the actual demonstration.
Special issues

Special issues of the Springer journals Formal Aspects of Computing (FAC) and Int. J. on Software Tools for Technology Transfer (STTT) will be associated with FASE 2020. Authors of the best papers that fall into these journal’s scopes will be invited to submit significantly extended papers for journal review.
Invited speaker

Willem Visser (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
Programme chairs

Heike Wehrheim (Universität Paderborn, Germany)
Jordi Cabot (ICREA - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain)
Programme committee
Amel Bennaceur (Open University, United Kingdom)
Yu-Fang Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Maria Christakis (MPI-SWS, Germany)
Vittorio Cortellessa (Universita' dell'Aquila, Italy)
Jin Song Dong (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

Neil Ernst (University of Victoria, Canada)
Esther Guerra (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Reiko Heckel (University of Leicester, United Kingdom)
Soichiro Hidaka (Hosei University, Japan)
Rob Hierons (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)

Jennifer Horkoff (Chalmers & Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden)
Marieke Huisman (Universiteit Twente, The Netherlands)
Reiner Hähnle (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)
Valerie Issarny (Inria Paris, France)
Marie-Christine Jakobs (Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München, Germany)

Einar Broch Johnsen (Universitetet i Oslo, Norway)
Marjan Mernik (University of Maribor, Slovenia)
Arend Rensink (Universiteit Twente, The Netherlands)
Augusto Sampaio (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
Ina Schaefer (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany)

Ana Sokolova (Universität Salzburg, Austria)
Perdita Stevens (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Mariëlle Stoelinga (Universiteit Twente, The Netherlands)
Gabriele Taentzer (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
Wil van der Aalst (RWTH Aachen, Germany)

Manuel Wimmer (Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Tao Yue (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway)

Steering committee chair
Gabriele Taentzer (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
Steering committee
Jordi Cabot (ICREA - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain)
Marsha Chechik (University of Toronto, Canada)
Reiner Hähnle (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)
Reiko Heckel (University of Leicester, United Kingdom)
Tiziana Margaria (University of Limerick, Ireland)
Fernando Orejas (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)
Julia Rubin (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Alessandra Russo (Imperial College London, UK)
Andy Schürr (Technische Uniiversität Darmstadt, Germany)
Perdita Stevens (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Wil van der Aalst (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Andrzej Wasowski (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Heike Wehrheim (Universtät Paderborn, Germany)
 

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