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Subject: CFP CIbSE 2015 - XVIII Iberoamerican Conference on Software Engineering
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CIbSE 2015 - CALL FOR PAPERS

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XVIII Iberoamerican Conference on Software Engineering - CIbSE 2015

http://eventos.spc.org.pe/cibse2015/

22 - 24 April, 2015

Lima, Peru




SCOPE AND MOTIVATION
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CIbSE (formerly IDEAS) is the leading research forum on Software
Engineering in Ibero-America. The main goals of CIbSE are: promoting
diffusion of iberoamerican community research results and activities; as
well as to stimulate the dialogue and collaboration among scientists,
educators, students and software industry.

Building over the experience with 17 successful previous editions, CIbSE
2015 is organized by the Ricardo Palma University to be held in Lima, Peru.
The event will include research paper presentations, tutorials, doctoral
symposium, workshops, and keynote speeches by renowned iberoamerican
researchers.

The conference, in the 2015 version, has been organized around of different
thematic lines,  which is part of the effort made by the iberoamerican
Software Engineering community to consolidate and disseminate the progress
made by researchers and industry professionals. We invite contributions for
the following tracks:

§ Software Engineering Technologies (*SET'2015*).

§ Requirements Engineering (*WER'2015*).

§ Experimental Software Engineering (*ESELAW'2015*).

In addition, papers for Doctoral Consortium and Industrial Forum, as well
as Tutorials, Posters and Demos are part of CIbSE 2015.


SUBMISSIONS AND PUBLICATION
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We invite contributions in the form of papers, tutorials, and doctoral work
related to CIbSE's conference themes. Submissions are accepted in Spanish,
Portuguese or English.

Long papers should not exceed 14 pages in Springer-Verlag's LNCS format (
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). Submissions should be sent
via the EasyChair submission system considering a specific track. They will
be peer reviewed according to their relevance, originality, technical
quality, and adequacy to the conference topics.


IMPORTANT DATES
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Abstract submission: 8 December 2014

Paper submission: 15 December 2014

Paper notification: 11 February 2015

Paper camera-ready: 23 February 2015


CONFERENCE TOPICS
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The main topics of interest are, but not restricted to:


*Software Engineering Technologies Track (SET):*

§ Languages, methods, processes, and tool

§ Software Processes: Modeling and Management

§ Reverse engineering and software system modernization

§ Software evolution and maintenance

§ Model-driven engineering

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§ Proof, verification, and validation

§ Quality, measurement, and assessment of products and processes

§ Automatic software generation

§ Formal methods applied to software engineering

§ Integration with human-computer interaction

§ Software product families and variability

§ Software reuse

§ Ontology applied to software engineering

§ Software engineering  for Peer-to-peer (P2P) systems

§ Software and service-oriented architectures

§ Search-based software engineering

§ Web engineering and Web services

§ Software Engineering for Self-Adaptive and Autonomous Systems




*Requirements Engineering Track (WER):*

§ Requirements elicitation, analysis, and documentation

§ Requirements validation, and visualization

§ Requirements specification languages, methods, processes, and tools

§ Requirements management, traceability, prioritization, and negotiation

§ Requirements in agile methods

§ Requirements in Model-Driven Development

§ Non-functional requirements

§ Regulatory Compliance

§ Requirements engineering and software architecture

§ Aspect-oriented requirements engineering

§ Service-oriented requirements engineering

§ Requirements for Web-based systems and mobile applications

§ Requirements engineering for self-adaptive systems

§ Requirements for the agent-oriented paradigm

§ Requirements for product lines

 § Social, cultural, and cognitive factors in requirements engineering

§ Aligning requirements to business goals and processes

§ Requirements engineering education and training



*Experimental Software Engineering Track (ESELAW):*

§ Studies concerned with software processes and products

§ Evaluation and comparison of techniques and models (cost estimation,
analysis and design methods, testing)

§ Reports on benefits derived from using specific software technologies

§ Development of predictive models for software engineering

§ Experiences with research methods: measurement theory, experimental
design, qualitative modelling, analysis approaches, grounded theory,
protocol studies, families of experiments

§ Development, derivation and/or comparison of organizational models of
software development of industrial experience in process improvement

§ Quality measurement

§ Mining software repositories

§ Process modelling and applications in industry

§ Experience management

§ Systematic reviews and evidence-based software engineering

§ Simulation-based studies in software engineering

§ Education and training in experimental software engineering

§ Industrial experience, case studies and action-research

§ New ideas regarding measurement, evaluation, comparison and development
of empirical software methods

§ Infrastructures and novel techniques for conducting empirical studies


GENERAL CONFERENCE CHAIRS
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Hugo Vega, URP, Peru
Ernesto Cuadros, UCSP, Peru

GENERAL PROGRAM CHAIRS
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Joao Araujo, UNL, Portugal
Nelly Condori-Fernandez, VU, The Netherlands

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING TRACK CO-CHAIRS (SET)
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Nelly Bencomo, AU, UK
Toacy Oliveira, UFRJ, Brazil

EXPERIMENTAL SE TRACK CO-CHAIRS (12th ESELAW)
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Miguel Goulao, UNL, Portugal
Santiago Matalonga, Universidad ORT, Uruguay

REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING TRACK CO-CHAIRS (18th WER)
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Jose Luis de la Vara  Simula, Norway
Isabel Brito  IPB, Portugal

DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM CHAIRS
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Oscar Pastor, UPV, Spain
Luis Olsina, UNLPam, Argentina

TUTORIAL CHAIRS
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Leandro Antonelli, UNLP, Argentina
Ernesto Pimentel, UM, Spain

INDUSTRIAL CHAIRS
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Juan Jose Miranda, APESOFT, Peru
Marcos Kalinowski, UFRJ, Brazil

POSTER AND DEMOS CHAIRS
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Sergio Espana, UPV, Spain
Renata Guizzardi, UFES, Brazil

PUBLICITY CHAIRS
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Carla Silva, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Gladys Maquera, Universidad Peruana Union, Peru




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