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Deadline has been extended from Feb. 01 to March 17 due to 
multiple requests

SERP4IoT 2019 : 1st International Workshop on Software 
Engineering Research & Practices for the Internet of 

Monday, May 27, 2017, Montreal, Canada

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IoT systems are composed of software systems that enable 
solutions for device connectivity, device management, data 
management, application development, and advanced 
analytics for/from connected IoT systems. Software 
engineering is vital for IoT to design systems that are 
secure, interoperable, modifiable, and scalable. However, 
there is no a consensus of crucial questions like what are 
the best practices for developing projects for IoT, how to 
select the best architecture, which communications 
protocols are the most suitable, and what are the best 
practices in terms of security. 

SERP4IoT 2019 aims to provide a highly interactive forum 
for researchers and practitioners to address the 
challenges of, find solutions for, and share experiences 
with the development, release, and testing of robust 
software for IoT devices. The workshop will consist of 
rocking keynote presentations (delivered by Enrique Alba 
from University of Malaga, Spain; Hausi A. Müller from 
University of Victoria, Canada , and Jerome Bedard from 
Kinova Robotics), long- and short-paper presentations, 
talks, poster sessions, working groups after each lighting 
session, and a fishbowl panel for semi-structured group 
discussions at the end of the workshop. 

Topics for papers and talks include but are not limited 

- Software engineering (SE) practices in IoT projects 
- Software security and reliability in IoT products 
- Architecture and design models and techniques in IoT 
- Software quality management in IoT projects 
- Usability aspects in IoT projects 
- Software development tools, platforms, and environments 
for IoT Teaching 
- SE practices in industrial IoT (IIoT) 
- SE practices in domain-specific IoT projects, e.g., 
smart city, retail, logistics, healthcare, transportation, 
- SE methods and techniques for IoT projects 
- Risk and valuation techniques for software development 
in IoT projects 
- Big data and analytics in IoT projects 
- Context-awareness 
- Model-based SE for IoT projects 
- SE practices for IoT projects 
- Software orchestration for IoT 
- IoT Communication protocols 
- Robotics 
- Green and eco-friendly software for IoT 
- Context-aware software for IoT 
- Local, edge, and cloud based IoT services 

Prospective participants are invited to submit long 
(8-pages), short(4-pages) or poster (2-pages) papers 
describing their work or ideas related to the workshop 
topics. Short and long papers should identify challenges, 
discuss opposing viewpoints, outline processes, or present 
solutions related to any aspects of software engineering 
for IoT. Authors will have the choice to publish or not 
their papers in pre- and post-proceedings. The workshop 
post-proceedings of accepted short and long papers will be 
published in IEEE Xplore Digital Library. 

Accepted papers and talk abstracts will have between 5 and 
10 minutes for presentation. 

Submissions should follow ICSE formatting guidelines and 
should be submitted through EasyChair 

The official publication date of the workshop proceedings 
is the date the proceedings are made available by IEEE. 
This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of 
ICSE 2019. The official publication date affects the 
deadline for any patent filings related to published 

Important Dates: 
Submission: 	Sunday, February 17, 2019 — AOE (extended)
Notification:  	Friday, March 01, 2019
Camera-ready:	Friday, March 15, 2019
Workshop:	Monday, May 27, 2019

Organizing Committee: 
- Danny Dig, Oregon State University, USA 
- Rodrigo Morales Alvarado, Concordia University, Canada 
- Rubén Saborido Infantes, Concordia University, Canada 
- Shah Rukh HUmayoun, Tufts University, USA 
- Yael Dubinsky, Technion, Israel 
- Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, Concordia University, Canada 

Program Committee: 
AKM Jahangir Alam Majumder, Miami University, USA 
Fabio Petrillo, UQAC, Canada 
Foutse Khomh, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada 
Francisco Chicano, University of Málaga, Spain 
Hamid Mcheick, UQAC, Canada 
Hausi A. Müller, University of Victoria, Canada 
Hironori Washizaki, WASEDA University, Japan 
Jamal Toutouh, MIT, USA 
Juan Carlos Herrera Lozada, CIDETEC IPN, Mexico 
Marios Fokaefs, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada 
Mathieux Bergeron, Kinova Robotics, Canada 
Mónica Pinto, University of Málaga, Spain 
Nobukazu Yoshioka, NII, Japan 
Roberto E. Lopez-Herrejon, ETS, Canada

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