The call-for-papers can be downloaded in (pdf) or (txt)
At least one of the authors of an accepted
paper is required to register to WSE, attend the symposium and
present the paper. Otherwise the paper won't be published in the
WSE 2010 will be held in Timişoara, Romania on September 17 and
18, 2010, co-located with the 26th IEEE International
Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM 2010). The technical
program of WSE 2010 will include invited talks, paper
presentations, panel discussions, working sessions,
and a Doctoral Symposium.
Topics of interest include, but
are not restricted, to the following aspects of Web systems
design, development, maintenance and evolution:
- Migration towards Web 2.0, SOA, and the Cloud
- Web systems with self-adaptive and autonomic features
- Novel Web paradigms and their impact
- Model-driven reengineering of Web systems
- Reverse engineering and analysis of Web systems
- Security and privacy in Web systems
- Testing and quality assessment of Web systems
- Accessibility of Web systems
- Multilingual Web systems
- Mobile Web systems
- Semantic Web
- Tools, environments, and technologies for Web systems
- Empirical studies of Web systems
A Doctoral Symposium
session for those who are currently working for or who
have recently completed (i.e. since 1st June 2009, not
before) their doctorate will be held at WSE 2010.
Submissions to Doctoral Symposium will be reviewed
separately from the main conference submissions and
should not exceed 3 pages, IEEE proceedings format.
Accepted submissions will be published in the
Doctoral Symposium papers may include thesis plans,
proposed research, as well as partial or complete
research results already obtained. Papers should clearly
state the stage at which the candidate is at in her/his
PhD (i.e. number of years of study completed).
The WSE Symposium solicits the
submission of full research papers or experience report, not
exceeding 5000 words (10 pages IEEE format using 10-point font
type), including figures and references. It also invites short
papers, which can present novel ideas and preliminary results.
Short papers should not exceed 3000 words (4 pages IEEE format).
Submission of papers for the Doctoral Symposium are open to all
Ph.D. students (3 pages IEEE format). Papers must be received by
May 30, 2010, and must be in Adobe PDF. Papers must be submitted
online via the EasyChair system. Authors of the best papers from
WSE 2010 will be invited to submit an extended version of their
papers for consideration in a special journal issue/section of The Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution:
Research and Practice (pending).
Abstracts and papers must be
submitted online in Adobe Acrobat PDF via the EasyChair
system at https://www.easychair.org/login.cgi?conf=wse2010